I have always been fascinated by the natural ways of maintenance physical and mental health.
I qualified in Remedial Massage in 2015 and in Manipulative Therapy in 2016 in Nottingham at the Midlands School of Massage&Manipulative Therapy. I have experience in trigger point therapy, relaxation, deep tissue, sport and lymphatic massage.
My approach is to work broadly and slowly with the muscles and tissues. I also aim to build great, reliable and trustworthy relationships with my clients going forward.
Book with us to keep your body healthy and your mind calm.
Why a psychologist becomes a physical therapist? I always had equal interest for both, the physical body as well as the mind. As a psychologists, I have an interest in happiness and well-being. I strongly believe that physical well-being plays a huge role in happiness and psychological health. For that reason, I took modules on Nutrition and Human Biology during my first degree and, during the last year doing the undergraduate, I started my studies in remedial massage and sports therapy, injury and rehabilitation. I graduate as a Therapists a month after graduating as a Psychologist.
Phoenix Therapy, which I founded in 2016, is the result of my passion for health, happiness and well-being. As a physical therapist, I can help my clients to deal with pain, stress, lack of mobility and injury, and to get them back to their normal activity and full potential as soon as possible.