About me

I'm a Cornish lass, but I've just moved to London, because the city was calling me. 

I've been a professional massage therapist since 2007, and registered yoga teacher since 2013. 

My work is about helping people live their full, pain-free potential. I’ve worked with thousands of people, from all ages and walks of life. I'm experienced with physiotherapy clinics, sporting events, luxury spas, super yachts, and running my own private practice in Cornwall.

I got into natural health care after a University degree in Development Studies. 

My thesis on Medicine, Health and Development led me to a passionate enquiry into all natural means of living well. I've invested thousands in my various trainings, and I'm always continuing to learn and hone my skills.

I like to be heartfelt, intuitive and responsive with my work. 

I trust in the healing power of lightheartedness, awareness and ease. Contrary to the idea of struggling towards health - I believe that getting healthy and happy can be an enjoyable journey of discovery and satisfaction. 

I understand and respect pain, because trust me, I've been there. 

I ignored and numbed my own pain for years. I was dealt the consequences - digestive disease, chronic back pain, and exhaustion. There were just niggles at the beginning - but those aches and pains were telling me something - that I needed to change my habits, and treat myself with more kindness. 

Both yoga and massage have both been central to my healing - but so has music, travel, cardio exercise, good food and company. 

When I'm not massaging or yoga-ing...

You'll often find me playing the saxophone, practicing handstands, learning Italian and dreaming of the sea. In my life and my work, I intend to embody freedom, fluidity and adaptability, and to inspire this within others.

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around" 
-Leo Buscaglua