From an early age I have been a highly active person, from cycling and swimming to skateboarding. As I have got older, this has also translated into an interest into the body’s ability to recover from exercise, illness or injury. With four children, I need to be able to keep up the pace!
A passion for wanting to do ‘something with my hands’ in a field I was truly interested in and fascinated by, led, after some research, directly to sports and remedial massage therapy. In this I have found a career I am absolutely dedicated to, and am motivated to become one of the best in my field. I trained in Loughborough and gained my btec diploma level 5.
I have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of human anatomy, physiology, sports massage and sports injuries. I have acquired the skills and knowledge to treat a wide variety of conditions through my career to date, achieving successful outcomes with a broad variety of presenting conditions from runners, cyclists, triathaletes, skaters and even musicians.
As a Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist, I can help individuals achieve their short and long term goals. I firmly believe that providing clients with massage and therapeutic exercises is a vital component in improving the efficacy of movement and aiding recovery between activities. In addition an awareness of their gait, postural sets and way they complete any form of activity can give clients insight into ways to improve or adapt their approach.
Training, qualifications & experience
BTEC level 5 Sports and Remedial massage therapy
Federation of Holistic Therapists
FHT is the largest multi-disciplinary therapy organisation in the UK and has been representing holistic, beauty and sports therapists for over 45 years.
There a number of different membership categories (including Fellows, Member, Student, Associate and Non-Practitioner) which are dependent on qualifications and experience.
FHT enforce high professional standards, and all Members, Fellows and Student Members are required to follow a strict Code of Ethics and Professional Practice.
Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage
The Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage works to support the interests and development of those within the profession.
To join the ISRM as a member, applicants must have a BTEC Level 5 qualification or similar and must have valid insurance to practice. In addition to this members must also agree to adhere to the associations code of ethics and conduct and must also carry out continued professional development.
Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
The Accredited Register Scheme was set up in 2013 by the Department of Health (DoH) as a way to recognise organisations that hold voluntary registers which meet certain standards. These standards are set by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).
This therapist has indicated that they belong to an Accredited Register.
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