“Passionate about the human body since a young age, I discovered osteopathy while I competed in athletics in my teens. Since then, my interest in osteopathy has never stopped growing.
I decided to start my studies in France at the CEESO in the beautiful city of Lyon where I learned about classical osteopathy. During my third year of study, I moved to England and joined the European School of Osteopathy, where I graduated. I trained for two years in different specialties, such as sports clinic, women’s health and pregnancy, babies and young adults, as well as in the headache clinic. Being able to practice osteopathy in English gives me the chance to work in any country and discover how osteopathy is practiced abroad.
While studying, I solo traveled as a woman in twenty different countries. Discovering the world’s diversity of cultures has been a life-changing experience and has gotten me to know many different people from all over the world. In the future, I wish to promote osteopathy around the world and create an association that could bring together osteopathic practitioners.
Throughout my life, I have practiced 20 different sports, including 12 years of ballet and 15 years of horse riding. I learned the discipline required in sports and will support anyone having a sports goal.
After graduating in England, I chose to practice in Ireland to be close to nature and have the ability to go on long hikes around the beautiful countryside. Ireland has attracted me because of the warm and welcoming population and the Irish heart full of kindness.
It will be a pleasure for me to welcome you to the Mallow and Fermoy Osteopathic clinics.”