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About me.


I think I might be one of craniosacral's biggest fans, but life had me starting off by qualifying as a McTimoney chiropractor in 2004, after five years of training, then in 2005, after another two years of training,  I qualified as a McTimoney animal chiropractor.

As a busy chiropractor working for myself, I treated both humans and animals, so I am very used to working with all different kinds of people, bodies, problems, issues, and ages ranging from babies (and foals!) to people in their 90s.

I worked mostly in Liverpool and the north-west of England.​

My decision to train in Integrative craniosacral in 2021 came after greatly benefitting from craniosacral myself. I trained with Thomas Atlee at the College of Craniosacral therapy, one of the oldest and most established colleges in the UK which is also recognised by the Craniosacral Association UK, and it is with this technique that I now work.

I de-registered as a chiropractor from the General Chiropractic Council in 2022, so I am not allowed to suggest or imply that I am a chiropractor. 

I decided to deregister to concentrate on working with craniosacral therapy. 

I am fully insured and am a member of CSTA, the Craniosacral Therapy Association. I have regular supervision and partake in continued professional development, which I find fascinating as I think craniosacral can be just wonderful, combining all my knowledge of bodies with a more spiritual-emotional-psycho-somatic approach.

​​My interests include spending time with my horses, meditation, being by the sea, creativity, organic vegan living, and living a more natural, healthy lifestyle, remembering how important it is to be kind to our bodies and minds.

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