Sarah has been a practitioner for 35 years, the last 20 as an acupuncturist, and more recently as a Craniosacral Therapist as well.
She was in the first group to train with the well known aromatherapist Robert Tisserand and qualified as a holistic aromatherapist, incorporating training in massage, therapeutic massage, kinesiology, reflexology, nutrition and stress management.
She left a successful practice in London to set up a retreat centre in the South of France, hosting courses in health, personal development and stress management. Sarah’s personal journey in seeking understanding of the mind, body and spirit, has taken her all over the world to train and study with many remarkable men and women and this personal journey greatly informs her practice.
Since 1994 she has been a student of Zhixing Wang, a highly respected Qigong Master, known for his healing ability. It was her experience of the benefit s of qigong and the philosophy of Chinese Medicine that inspired her to return to the UK to study acupuncture at the prestigious College of Integrated Chinese Medicine 18 years ago. She practises both Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and Five Element Acupuncture.
Over the years Sarah has completed many different post-graduate courses including obstetrics with Zita West, gynecology, patent herbal remedies and facial rejuvenation. She has practised in several different clinics, including Selfridges, and Oeuf clinic which specialised in women’s health and fertility.
She has also worked for World Medicine, a charity that sends practitioners to treat in areas of the world in trauma and strife. Sarah herself treated in a home in India for children rescued from the slave trade.
She now practises from home in Ladbroke Grove, and also offers home visits. She also treats in a local project for homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded people.
Sarah is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and the Craniosacral Therapy Association and as such holds professional insurance and is bound by these organisations' Codes of Professional Conduct and Good Practice.