Bridget is not only a cultivated world traveller, but she has a lifetime of experience and curiosity for working with human bodies.
At a young age she was a skilled artistic gymnast. During these years she had her first glimpse of yoga in a book about gymnastics and was interested in the feeling she had after just a few sun salutations. The heavy training and competition led her to explore various healing and recovery techniques in the sports medicine field (chiropractic, physiotherapy, water resistance, and a form of pilates for example).
Bridget went on to study Biomedical Sciences and Pathology. She graduated from Otago University (New Zealand) in 1995 and worked in hospitals in NZ and UK for the next 16 years.
However, her love of the philosophy behind alternative healing arts (and the convincing results) led her to study Chinese Medicine at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (UK). She graduated with a BSc (honours) in Acupuncture in 2008.
Today Bridget puts this wealth of experience and knowledge to good use by creating unique therapy programmes and retreats for those that need it.
BSc (honours) Acupuncture – CICM (Kingston University) UK – 2008
BSc Biomedical Science – Clinical Biochemisty & Clinical Haematology (Otago University) – 1995
Watpo Traditional Thai Massage School – Bangkok, Thailand – 2011
Yoga Teacher Training – Tribe Yoga (200 hours, Yoga Alliance certified) – Goa, India – 2009
Aerobics Instuctor – 1987 -1991
Gymnastics Coach for disabled and intellectually handicapped children – 1985 -1989
Artistic Gymnast – NZ junior development training team – 1985 – 1988
Member of the British Acupuncture Council and NZ Acupuncture Standards Association