Buddha in the therapy roomThe spiral is a frequently occurring design in nature and one of the oldest and most sacred images in the history of human creative expression. In contemplation of its mysterious circles in both nature and art, myriad individuals and societies have identified an understanding of human creation and spiritual progression. Simple yet complex, intriguing and enigmatic, the spiral has an uncanny resonance with the human heart. An early massage teacher of mine, demonstrating a technique to the shoulder, commented that tension in the shoulder then “unwinds like a spiral beneath my hands”. This idea captured my imagination and became a guiding motif in my work, reaching its deepest exploration in the unwinding of the body in Craniosacral Therapy. I offer it to you as an expression of what you may experience in a session, and as a model of self-inquiry.


I bring my eighteen years of experience and education in massage and bodywork to provide a place of healing and deep rest, of practiced and intuitive touch and compassionate insight. My style is built on the foundation of Remedial Massage Therapy and incorporates numerous other techniques such as Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Positional Release and Lymphatic Drainage. It has evolved and is evolving as an integrated bodywork, providing deep relaxation, relief from many musculoskeletal pain conditions, and an improvement in structural integration and movement of the body.

“Everything that circles, comes from the centre” Jallal al’Din Rumi