“I work technically with the body to enhance quality of life in terms of both physical comfort and performance, and mental and emotional clarity. My aim is to help alleviate pain, tension and stress and to increase potency and energy.”

Jo has been working as a therapist since 1998. She trained at the London School of Sports Massage and developed her skills by working with highly skilled physiotherapists, chiropractors and other bodyworkers. She studied Thai Massage at the Institute of Thai Massage, Chiang Mai, Thailand, which she incorporates into her work.

Jo has been particularly inspired by the results of Craniosacral Therapy. She graduated from the Craniosacral Therapy Education Trust, London in 2004 and is a member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association and the International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings. In 2013 Jo joined the teaching team at CTET on their Living Anatomy and Craniosacral trainings.

After graduating with a Business Studies degree I spent over 10 years working on boats and in ski resorts. I qualified as a day skipper, dinghy instructor and skiing instructor. It was a physically demanding time that has given me first- hand experience of what has benefited me in terms of recovery from strain and injury, and my body’s response to a variety of therapeutic modalities. I now enjoy tennis, tango, yoga, retreats and spending time with my daughter.

Post Grad Qualifications:
Hands on Trauma – Katherine Ukleja
Making Trauma Therapy Safe – Babette Rothschild
Spiritual Narratives in Psychological Therapies – Confer
Birth From A Baby’s Perspective – Matthew Appleton
Stress, Cortisol & The Sympathetics – Steve Haines
Breath of Life – Franklyn Sills
Primary Respiration & The Midline – Michael Shea