Before I was a reflexologist and foot health practitioner, I worked as a litigation lawyer. I had some foot health problems myself when my little toe locked up and I needed orthotics. The more I learned about how important your feet are to your overall health, the more I wanted to help other people, particularly as I understood what it was like to experience foot pain.
Professional care for your feet
I’ve been practicing as a foot health practitioner since 2012 and I know that your feet are precious. I hold a diploma in foot health practice (DipCFHP MPSPract), I’m registered with The Alliance of Private Sector Practitioners and you’ll find me listed on a register accredited by the Professional Standards Authority. I'm proud to be bound by their professional and ethical standards, and continuing professional requirements. You can rest assured that your feet are safe in my hands.
I continue to expand my professional expertise and practice. I’ve trained in low level laser light therapy with Omega Laser Systems Ltd, and I became a reflexologist in 2016. I’m now a member of the Association of Reflexologists and The Association of Reproductive Reflexologists.
This means that I can offer a range of services for foot health and overall wellbeing, including foot health care, fertility reflexology, remedial lower limb massage, orthotics and low level laser light therapy, which can help to improve conditions such as ulcers or soft tissue injuries like plantar fasciitis.
Foot care treatment and reflexology in your home
I make it easy for you to look after your feet. I cover many areas of Gloucestershire and Staffordshire, and I'll come to your home to give your feet the care and attention they deserve. I can help to benefit your overall health, relieve stress, and even support you through problems like sleep and fertility issues.
I’m fully insured for all of the services I offer and I believe it’s important to maintain high levels of professionalism and ethical standards.
Contact me if your feet – or the feet of someone you look after – need some care.