I opened The Colonic Clinic because I realised that good gut health is paramount in our overall well being, especially when 80% of our immune system is in there!

I love my job. There’s a lot of satisfaction when a client’s health has improved in a short space of time, just because they’ve altered a few things that may have seemed insignificant initially. I enjoy looking at a client’s health history, pinpointing areas of their health that could be improved, taking note of what’s happening during the colonic process and then making recommendations, it’s all very rewarding.

My journey into natural health began in my 20s when I spent many years backpacking around the world. I was lucky enough to experience a variety of cultures and their particular health disciplines which gave me an excellent insight into natural healing generally.

Over the years I have changed the way I eat, my approach to everyday life, the way I exercise and I always consider stress levels! These changes have made a profound difference to my health and the way I feel. In order to enjoy life to the full we should feel energetic, positive and be free of pain.

I trained with Milo Siewert and Roger Groos at The Natural College of Hydrotherapy and I am a member of the Association of Registered Colonic Hydrotherapists (ARCH).

I also hold a Master Herbalist Diploma, have a background in Reiki and I am a qualified Tai Chi/Chi Kung instructor. I am also a founding member of a local cancer charity based in Northamptonshire called Integrated Cancer Therapies which offers complementary therapies free of charge to those diagnosed with cancer.

As a member of ARCH I attend regular training sessions to keep my knowledge up to date and I always have a keen interest in the latest research.

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I qualified in Colon Hydrotherapy in 2021. I am registered with ARCH, who are the Association of Colonic Hydrotherapists, as well as the GNC, the General Naturopathic Council.

Following my own health diagnosis of Ulcerative Colitis 20 years ago, I began a holistic journey to recover without medical intervention. This subsequently prompted a career change from teaching to working as a holistic therapist, as I understood first-hand the need to understand health in a whole person context. Ie, the medical diagnosis is a symptom, but not the root cause of illness. I wanted to understand health in a holistic, natural way.

After training and working as a Personal Trainer and Lifestyle advisor in Australia, I returned to the UK and the calling to work as a holistic therapist was finally answered. I began some further courses to follow my passion and it has been an incredible journey so far, learning a variety of different massage modalities, as well as Reiki energy healing and I find great satisfaction in helping others to find balance through a holistic approach to their health.

When working with clients, I take a whole person approach, not just looking at what they eat and bowel function in isolation, as there are many factors that affect how our digestive system functions.  Having lived the discomfort of my own digestive issues in the past, I feel passionate about helping others to overcome their own health challenges and find homeostasis.

If you are ready to take back control over your health and wellbeing, I would love to support you on your journey back to wellness.