Over the past 8 years I have explored a variety of somatic practices and modalities. With particular interest and experience in Contact Improvisation as well as the Feldenkrais Method, I’ve developed embodied sensitivity which is fundamental to the way I practice massage.
I work in an intuitive and creative way, listening to the individual needs of my clients. While my approach is strongly rooted in sensing and responding to the body in the present moment, it remains grounded in the tried and tested techniques of thai yoga massage.
My training includes:
-Advanced chair massage with Gladwell Massage (accredited by FHT) (2023)
-Anatomy, physiology and pathology (Federation of Holistic Therapists) (2023)
-Traditional Thai yoga massage course with Betty Papadopoulou (Sunshine Network) (2022)
-Thai massage 1:1 tuition with Justin Philpott (2021-ongoing)
I am fully insured.
In personal life, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking in nature and painting.
About Thai massage
Thai massage is believed to have originated in Northern India and founded by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha, a physician to king Bimbisara more than 2500 years ago. Traditionally it uses a map of body lines called Sen to follow with a treatment that restores balance and flow.
-helps with common musculoskeletal problems like back or neck pain
-helps with headaches and migraines
-enhances blood and lymph circulation
-helps to relieve chronic pain
-stimulates internal organs
-supports healthy fascia
-facilitates a better body posture
-helps the receiver to let go of tension and stress and promotes relaxation
-aids deep rest and nervous system regulation
Feel free to get in touch to find out more and check whether thai yoga massage is right for you.