About Me

I am an experienced, mindful instructor with a strong background in hands-on healing prior to earning the 4-year qualification in the Feldenkrais Method. I am now a certified Feldenkrais practitioner and guild member, with three decades of experience in healing and a passion for helping others through guided, hands-on methods.

I practise Yoga and Mindfulness regularly as part of my own health regime. I spend my leisure time walking my dogs, appreciating nature and watching the changing of the seasons. I am a strong believer that healing comes from the inside out, through providing the mind and body what they need to self-heal.


My Story

I have always been interested in how the mind and body work together I believe that it all started when I was taught at a young age how to use deep breathing and meditative techniques to calm myself when I had an Asthma attack.
I have experienced many different types of complimentary practices, but like most people I was looking to be fixed so I could go back to my habitual and comfortable way of living.

I discovered the Feldenkrais Method late in life after a lower back injury caused by carrying too many things and being in a rush. Other methods were helpful, but usually the effect was temporary. I had heard of Feldenkrais but didn’t really understand what it was about, in searching for a teacher, I realised that there was a gentleman in the next street to where I live, with years of experience. Serendipity at work.

The first lesson was such a revelation to my nervous system that I was lost for words. I was intrigued by how such a little could produce such a lot. I continued my lessons for a good while before deciding to enrolled in training to become a teacher of the Feldenkrais Method. Four years later, and with constant amazement, I continue to learn and practise as I teach.



'When I let go of what I am. I become what I might be.'

Lao Tzu