I decided to train in Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy after using it myself for many years to keep a long-standing and severe back injury under control. As one of very few female motor racing drivers in Europe and an experienced equestrian, I know the pressures of competing at the top levels of sport, both mentally and physically!
Over the years I have also consulted Sports & Remedial Therapists for other injuries including a badly broken arm and severe knee injuries.
In every case, I found Sports & Remedial Therapy to have many benefits, both for the initial problem and for prevention. I have used Sports &Remedial Therapy in conjunction with regular or intermittent treatment from physiotherapists and osteopaths, so know first-hand the benefits of different therapy systems working together.
My equine background
I have been practicing equine massage for almost 20 years and have over 25 years’ experience of working with horses in many different spheres/disciplines and up to Olympic level. I have also had the privilege during these years of spending time with many of the world’s top horses, riders and trainers, resulting in a good understanding of training and the associated problems.
- Trained at the London School of Sports Massage (LSSM), the global leading School for Sports & Remedial Therapy
- Advanced Medical Acupuncture at Osteon Manual Therapy Training
- Member of the Institute of Sports & Remedial Massage (ISRM)
- Member of the Sports Massage Association (SMA)
- Member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
- Regularly attends workshops for various techniques as part of Continued Professional Development