I qualified as a reflexologist in 2017 from the Complementary Therapy School with a Diploma in Clinical Reflexology with Merit.
This university credit rated diploma is the highest reflexology qualification available in the UK.
I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists and adhere to their Code of Practice ensuring I practice to the highest professional standards.
I am also a qualified Community Development Worker and have many years of experience developing opportunities and providing support for women, young people and children to enable them to make best choices in their lives to reach their fullest potential.
Why did I train to be a Reflexologist?
I became interested in reflexology accidently when I was offered a taster session. Along with a couple of follow up sessions I was amazed at how much each session relaxed me, relieved my stress and cleared my thinking. I felt the effects of this non-invasive and enjoyable experience was so powerful that I decided to take this forward by training to become the therapist I am now.
I continue to be amazed at how my clients respond to treatments and report positive changes in their health and overall wellbeing.
Continuing Professional Development
As part of my practice I continue to train to develop and increase my skill as a reflexologist.
I have already trained to provide reflexology treatments during pregnancy and for the postnatal period.
I have also undertaken additional training and can provide treatments that are enhanced by the use of aromatherapy oils.