Traditional AcupunctureTui Na MassageAnatomy In Motion Therapy
I'm originally from Switzerland and moved to London to follow a dream of dancing. In 2003 I had a severe break through my right Tibia whilst snowboarding. After surgery I successfully rehabilitated with Pilates, I then continued with my studies and finally graduated from Laine Theatre Arts with a National Dance Diploma Qualification (Trinity London).
Inspired by my own personal journey, I started to build up a second career teaching Pilates, Dance and Corrective Exercise. I have over 10 years of teaching experience to clients of all abilities. I completed the BASI Comprehensive Teacher Training Course and continue to attended various workshops to expand my knowledge including Pilates for Dancers (BASI), Pilates for Skiers (APPI), Pre and Post Natal Pilates (The Centre for Women’s Fitness), Anatomy in Motion, NKT (Neuro Kinetic Therapy) and Aerial Yoga
The Anatomy in Motion training course completely changed the way I move, teach and think which led me into the beautiful world of Chinese Medicine. I started going for Acupuncture treatment for to muscular-skeletal issues relate back to my leg fracture all those years ago. I went to Acupuncture for muscular pain issue, yet it changed my life. It released emotional baggage I have carried with me for years. What amazed me was that I never even brought those issues up in the session. I was curious... how could this be? It was as if my body has found balance and peace in which there was no room for the destructiveness of my past. I was fascinated by how Acupuncture works and found myself researching and reading about Chinese Medicine.
Two years after my first acupuncture session I decided to embrace the journey of studying Acupuncture, as I simply fell in love with this powerful medicine.
My days at the Lodge are Mondays 10am to 5pm and two Sundays a month 10am to 7pm
To book your appointment, please call Reception on 020 7231 1088, find us on the MindBody app or email the head therapist at: firstname.lastname@example.org