I am a practising Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and a registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA).
My childhood in Kenya provided me with an acute awareness and respect for the fragility, the beauty and the balance of our natural world. This unique experience inspired me to want to make a difference to people's lives and influenced my decision to complete a BSc (Hons.) in Crop Technology which I then put into practice on my return to Africa as a volunteer on a grass roots development project in rural Tanzania. The project focused on the empowerment of women within their communities.
On my return to England and reflecting on my Tanzania experience I chose to explore how I could make a difference from a different angle and context; supplying imported vegetables to the UK supermarkets. This fast-paced, competitive and commercial environment further developed my awareness of the global forces which affect our lives, whether they be environmental, economic or political.
Raising and nurturing my three boys and receiving and benefiting from complementary therapies myself, I developed a deep respect and resonance with the therapeutic potential and power of touch.
Combined with practising yoga, which deepened my awareness of our body, mind and spirit continuum, I was inspired to embark on the practitioner training at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust, London.
I feel privileged to be a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. My appreciation and connection to myself and particularly to our natural world and the universal forces that organise it and us has further deepened.
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking in the beautiful surrounding countryside, swimming, yoga, gardening and crocheting.