The intention of biodynamic massage is to bring the nervous system into balance between excitement and relaxation, release habitual holding patterns to ease movement, tone and strengthen tissue, restore breathing to become free and spontaneous, and make the body a stronger container for emotional and energetic charge.
How I work: As a biodynamic massage therapist, I offer a private space where I invite clients to engage in a deeper relationship with themselves. We work together in an atmosphere of curiosity, awareness and acceptance seeking a natural movement towards balance and well-being.
Benefits: The benefits of biodynamic massage may include deep relaxation, letting go of tension and worry, improved emotional balance to cope with life’s ups and downs, relief from chronic symptoms such as headaches, tension, pain, digestive problems and insomnia, a greater connection with, and trust in, our bodies increased energy and zest for life.
My background: I have always used the creative arts from music and art, movement, breath and vocal sound, to bring solace and balance to my own sense of well-being. The desire to share and communicate the contentment I feel from this has grown into teaching voice one-to-one and directing community choirs, and was the impetus in my decision to train in biodynamic massage and body psychotherapy. From this personal space of exploration and change, I aspire in my practice to work with the uniqueness of each client, to support their exploration and personal sense of well-being.
Training and qualifications: I am a qualified Biodynamic Massage Therapist. I am supervised and adhere to the ABMT Code of Ethics. I hold a BA in Law with Spanish from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. I am a member of the Natural Voice Network for voice and choir teachers and I am an accredited Community Mediator through Mediation UK and the West Midlands Open College Network.
Association of Biodynamic Massage Therapists (ABMT)
Natural Voice Network (NVN)
Community Mediator, Mediation UK, West Midlands Open College Network
Student member UKCP