I first encountered Amatsu therapy when my daughter saw her scholarship with a ballet company threatened by an ankle injury. I was so astounded by the treatment and the way Amatsu helped her to take up the opportunity, that I decided to begin training.
It didn't take long to reach another life changing decision - to give up teaching and become a full time Amatsu therapy practitioner.
I qualified in 2004 and have since studied with the influential and inspirational Dennis Bartram, completing advanced visceral and cranial training and continuing to work with him to develop and enhance my skills.
In 2013 I was awarded 'Sekkotsu' status, Master level, which was an incredibly proud moment for me and enabled me to become a registered Orthopath.
I was a member of the executive committee/ board of directors of the Amatsu Therapy Association from 2003-2012 holding the post of Education Officer.