I qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2013 and since then have been regularly attending post grad courses with the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy, exploring the richness and depth of this way of working. I also completed a diploma in women’s health with the Molinari Institute in 2015, which has led to a special interest in treating pregnant and post natal women. It’s very rewarding working with midwives, doulas, women’s health physios, acupuncturists and yoga teachers to provide the comprehensive care that women can benefit from during this transformative time.
I love that osteopathy provides an opportunity to explore what’s going on for each person in many different spheres of life, including the physical and emotional, and how that is impacting their body. This enables changes to be made outside of the treatment room too to support health and a sense of ease, which we’re all capable of accessing.
I completed a yoga teacher training last year, so am always happy to suggest poses that can be helpful, and enjoy incorporating the huge body of wisdom from yogic traditions into my work as an osteopath.