Why I Massage
Through my own mental health journey, I have learnt that we all deserve to feel accepted so that we can heal from our traumas - everyday and more significant.
Through massage and creating a safe and non-judgmental space, I hope to offer that healing and acceptance to others, just as I try to offer it to myself. Physical touch can help soothe pains and aches, but it can also help work through trauma.
I actively encourage people of all marginalised identities to come as they are to my treatment room.
My Training & Qualifications
I come to Massage Therapy equipped with a strong background in Psychology and mental health and an interest in science. I have learnt and read a lot through my own personal journey, and those of my loved ones.
I value learning and growing immensely, and I'm always looking for opportunities to become a wiser person and a more skilful therapist.
Here are some of my qualifications:
Jan 2022, Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork - Professional Training in Holistic Massage
Dec 2021, First Aid Certification
July 2018, University College London - Graduate Certificate in Counselling Psychology
July 2017, University of Bath - BSc Psychology
Continuous Professional Development:
March 2022, Becoming a Trauma Savvy Practitioner - Sheffield Centre for Massage Training