I am passionate about women’s health and have been studying this field for many years using a multi-disciplinary approach.

I enjoy using my clinical skills side by side with an empathetic and spiritual approach to offer a truly holistic experience for my patients, students and clients. My aim is to support, educate,  and empower women who wish to reconnect to their vitality, their bodies and feminine wisdom. I also believe we are stronger together and foster community by organising monthly Women’s circles. 

 Osteopathic training: 2012 to 2017

I hold a Master’s degree in Sciences (M.Sc) from the University of Greenwich as well as a Diploma of Osteopathy (D.O) from the European School of Osteopathy (MAIDSTONE, UK). 

I am also a member of the Svenska Osteopatförbundet which regulates the profession in Sweden.

In the UK, (where I have trained) osteopaths are trained to degree level, taking a minimum of four years, including over 1000 hours of contact time with patients at undergraduate level. 

Doula training: 2020

Trained by Susanna Heli and her team through FÖDA UTAN RÄDSLA / Trygg förlossning, Stockholm.

Prenatal yoga training: 2020

Womb yoga prenatal teacher Training with Uma Dinsmore Tuli and her team, Independent yoga Network, London, UK

Yoga training:

I have done most of my yoga training in total immersion in India. This has allowed me to study and experience the physical, spiritual and philosophical facets of the practice. I have also completed several Yoga Alliance approved teacher trainings.

Mysore Intensive practice immersions: 2009 to 2017

Practice under the guidance of Yoga Master Vinay Kumar (Prana Vashya Yoga Shala)

2009, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2017

Practice under the guidance of yoga Master teacher Vijay Kumar (Ashtanga Sadhana Yoga Shala) 

2011, 2015, 2017

Yoga Teacher trainings: 2009 to 2011

Greenpath Yoga, Ashtanga Teacher Training 200h, San Francisco, California, U.S.A

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Teacher Training 200h, Kerala, India

Prana Vashya Yoga Teacher Training, 300h, Mysore, India

Massage therapy training:

After completing my initial massage training in the United States, I have furthered my studies in Asia to add more focus to Eastern types of bodywork such as Traditional Thai Yoga Massage, Ayurvedic and Balinese Massage.

Massage therapy Certifications: 2007 to 2012

Massage therapist and health Educator (750h)

National Holistic Institute, Emeryville, California, U.S.A 

Thai Yoga Massage (120h)

Sunshine Massage School, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Ayurvedic Acupressure (30h) 

Auroville, India

Balinese Massage (30h) 

Jamu Massage School, Bali, Indonesia

About me: I have known from a very young age that I wanted to be a therapist and have always been fascinated by the body’s ability to heal. I was introduced to yoga in my early twenties which provided me with an amazing tool to heal and know myself as a young woman. After getting my education in massage and yoga, I spent my twenties travelling the world and working at luxury hotels and on yachts. Eventually I felt like I needed to gain a deeper understanding of the body and moved to England to get my education in osteopathy. These four years of study were transformational and I emerged from this time with a completely different understanding of the body’s own intelligence and innate ability to rebalance itself. I’ve always considered myself as an instrument, a fulcrum which can be used by my patients and students to find health within themselves.

After the birth of my first child I naturally gravitated towards perinatal yoga and osteopathy and have become truly passionate about supporting women through their transition to motherhood. I have become specialised in prenatal and postnatal yoga and have educated myself as a doula to have even more tools to help women prepare for and recover from birth. Giving birth is such a life changing event that it has made me an advocate for a respectful, empowering, and gentle birth. My highest intention for my clients is to support, nurture and educate each one of them so that they can access their inner power and welcome this new chapter of their lives with grace and confidence.


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