Hannahs interest in complementary therapies came from her mother; her arthritis meant she needed different forms of pain and stress relief other than medications that wouldn't always work for her.
Hannah decided then that she wanted to be one of the people her mother turned to for help. She applied for the BSc (Hons) Complementary Therapies at UWIC in 2006. The course included diplomas in Massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology.
Hannah has continued with her therapies since then, as well as working as a nurse assistant from 2009-2010 in the Bristol Royal Infirmary on a medical ward.
In 2016 Hannah started a 4 year course in Amatsu, she recently completed her final year so she is now a qualified Amatsu Orthopath.
This has helped her to evolve into a therapist with the experience of working alongside allopathic/conventional medicine, with all kinds of illnesses, and has set her up to work with medication side effects.
Hannah now only offers Amatsu in Cardiff, and uses her knowledge of anatomy and physiology from her degree, and her experiences of working with all types of physical and emotional ailments from her work in the hospital to provide a well-rounded treatment.
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc (Hons) Complementary Therapies
Diploma in Holistic Massage
Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy
Diploma in Reflexology
The International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists
The International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (IFPA) is a UK registered charity and practitioner-led professional aromatherapy association.
The IFPA aim to maintain a high standard of knowledge and professional practice in all individual members and regulate the practice in a way that ensures high standards of professionalism and safety.
Initial treatment 1 hr and 15 mins inc. consultation
Further treatments 1 hour