About Me & How I Massage

People have been exploring the benefits of massage for thousands of years; one of the oldest healing therapies, it has been used to help a wide range of ailments.

I began my massage training within the holistic realm where relaxation was the aim. I have retained this perspective throughout my practice and relaxation is still a very important quality of my treatments. This is back up with evidence that we heal better in relaxed states.

I have since completed an advanced diploma in remedial & sports massage at one of the most reputable massage colleges in the UK, Bristol College of Massage & Bodywork (BCMB). Having deepened my knowledge of anatomy and physiology, I am continually broadening my repertoire of techniques, I will tailor my treatments to exactly what you are looking for.

I then continued my bodywork studies by undertaking a 250hr yoga teacher training certificate in Hatha Vinyasa Tantra at Yogasara Bristol under the guidance of Christopher Gladwell and Sarah Harlow. I have a strong daily practice and continue to deepen my understanding on the roots of yoga and how the body and mind are interwoven.

I have had the pleasure of working with clients with a spectrum of reasons for seeking massage. Whatever your reasons for seeking massage therapy, we can work together to allow you to feel better, brighter and very well looked after.

I work holistically in all of my treatments, taking the whole body into consideration - I think about your daily patterns, the person you are and I aim to work on the cause of a particular ailment rather than simply focusing on the symptoms.

I moved to the Chamonix Valley in December 2019 to realise a dream of living in the mountains, to get better at snowboarding (slowly but surely!), and to improve my French. I love exploring new areas of the French Alps in order to visit and treat my clients.

​​I am a full member of the Massage Training Institute (MTI) ensuring my clients receive the highest quality treatments, in a safe, comfortable and calming environment.