I believe it is easier to prevent disease and maintain good health than it is to repair it and for the last 20 years I have followed a holistic approach to my health and the health of my family. My interest in homeopathy and reflexology developed after seeing the effects of these holistic treatments on the overall health of myself and my children. The use of homeopathic remedies has supported us through all of our illnesses and I have found that receiving reflexology treatments creates a state of relaxation and balance within the body.
Having previously owned a retail florist shop for many years, I gained invaluable experience, which little did I know, would become of great benefit to me in the future. Serving customers on a day to day basis during some of the most difficult times of their lives such as weddings, births and the death of a loved one, I developed a caring nature to listen with empathy in times of emotional difficulties for them. This has now become the focus of my career as a homeopath and reflexologist.
I studied a 3 year degree course in homeopathy with Middlesex University at the Centre of Homeopathic Education in London where I learnt different homeopathic methods and remedies, a good base of anatomy, physiology and pathology, flower essences and undertook clinical training at Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden.
For my reflexology training I attended the London School of Reflexology in Regents Park College and gained an ABC level 3 diploma in reflexology. I further went on to study a reflexology diploma in preconception, pregnancy and postnatal care as well as a first aid course for therapists. In 2020 I completed facial reflexology, advanced facial reflexology and Zone Face Lift with Ziggie Bergman at the London School of Reflexology.
I am registered and insured through the Society of Homeopaths, the UK’s largest group of registered homeopaths.
I am also registered with the Association of Reflexologists, which strives to maintain high standards of practice within the industry for its members and the public.
Continued professional development is an important part of my responsibilities of being a healthcare practitioner and for that reason I regularly attend CPD courses to enhance my knowledge and expertise in my continuing development as a practitioner.