Sadly I am not a naturally flexible, strong, balanced or graceful individual!

Add in a good dose of sporting injuries, too much desk time, limited exposure to any form of exercise that didn’t involve a ball (or a horse) and a ‘just get on with it’ attitude instilled from a very young age and I found myself in my twenties with varying degrees of back, neck and shoulder trouble twinned with some nasty headaches and migraines.

I have always loved sport, especially dressage, but felt frustrated that essentially I couldn’t get my body to perform as I wanted it to.

To address my varying challenges I sought help from the physiotherapy team at Back into Action, this, along with Cranial Osteopathy helped to ease my problems, but essentially I needed to address the underlying issues myself.

So, I started Pilates and I have not looked back.

Wind back the clock…..I have always been interested in the human body and in 2004 I completed my Physiotherapy degree at Kings College London. Sadly the constraints of the NHS did not appeal, various events took me in a different direction and I did not go into practise.

I am a strong believer that things happen for a reason - which often only becomes clear at a later date. My degree has enabled to me to train with the APPI and become a certified Pilates Mat Work Instructor. I have completed my Equipment Training on Reformer, Cadillac, Stability Chair and am working towards certification for this also.

I am so grateful for the way Pilates has helped me to regain control over my body, alleviate my migraines and develop my seat and position for riding. I truly believe that my personal experiences are invaluable when it comes to working with clients.

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This is ME!

I’ve put this website together myself and if you have any feedback (spot any mistakes!) please do let me know.