I am a pelvic care provider and shiatsu practitioner specialising in women’s pelvic health. I work in private practice, with clinics in both London and Dorset, offering holistic and integrated solutions to pelvic health problems.
Having completed a three-year professional diploma in Shiatsu with The Bristol School of Shiatsu, training with Keith Philips, I set up my private practice focusing on women’s health. I am currently working towards my post-graduate Shiatsu diploma with Suzanne Yates of Well Mother; an internationally renowned shiatsu teacher and pioneer in the field of pregnancy and birth
I entered medical school as a mature student whilst maintaining a busy private women’s health shiatsu practice. After three years of training I decided to take time out of my course in order to pursue further specialist training abroad in pelvic health and to further develop my private practice. I am due to qualify as a doctor in the summer of 2018.
It was in 2012 I completed further post-graduate training in the USA in Holistic Pelvic CareTM with Tami Kent, MSPT, a specialist in women’s health physiotherapy. This was coupled with completing my professional training in yoga therapy in the USA in order to further develop body-centered therapeutic counselling techniques to further complement my work with clients.
I worked as a Shiatsu Practitioner at The Aurora Health Foundation- a specialist therapy centre for people who have been abused in childhood.
I am a member of the Shiatsu Society and hold full insurance. I continue to receive professional supervision and guidance from mentors in order to provide a safe, up-to-date and ethical practice.
I have trained with many inspirational teachers: Keith Philips, Paul McNicholls, Thea Bailey, Suzanne Yates, Dr Sarah Buckley, Wataru Ohashi, Elissa Cobb and Tami Kent.