I’m delighted to hold industry recognised qualifications and to be able to work combining these different holistic modalities. The aim being to produce an enhanced therapeutic outcome for all the horses I treat. Improving their health, wellbeing, and performance.

I have always had a love of animals and was lucky to grow up in rural Oxfordshire with family dogs, cats, horses, and other farm animals. I have had my own ponies and horses for over 30 years. In the early days I show jumped, hunted, team chased and qualified the point to pointers for a local farmer. I still very much enjoy riding my horse Spirit regularly, although a little slower nowadays.

I thoroughly enjoyed my time as a mature student completing my McTimoney Animal Practitioner Master's Degree in Animal Manipulation with Distinction. The training included learning a range of McTimoney chiropractic techniques and the academic study and research required to back this up.  I am a member of the McTimoney Animal Association (MAA) the professional body for McTimoney Animal Practitioners and passed my advanced equine practitioner course in June 2023. 

My dissertation looked at the synergistic effect of combining the two manual holistic therapies of Myofascial Release and McTimoney Chiropractic techniques.  I was delighted to present my work and receive the award for the best equine research poster at the eleventh symposium of the International Association of Veterinary and Rehabilitation Physical Therapy (IAVRPT) 2022 in Cambridge.

I hold a Graduate Certificate in Animal Therapy qualifying me to use massage and myofascial release techniques.  My first degree was BSc in Animal Physiology and Nutrition. For the past six years I have been successfully using Masterson Method body work and was lucky to have been trained by Jim Masterson as a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner (MMCP).

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