Beatrice trained for 4 years at the European School of Osteopathy, qualifying in 2020. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
What influenced you to become an osteopath?
Due to my mother’s interests, I have been exposed to manual therapy since a young age. I originally trained in Yumeiho, a Japanese form of treatment, before studying philosophy at university. I then discovered osteopathy, which for me is a perfect blend of both manual therapy and a philosophical approach for helping people back to health.
When did you join the team?
I joined North Beds Osteopaths in July 2023.
What do you enjoy most about your role at North Beds Osteopaths?
What I most enjoy about my role is being able to support others, help them gain more understanding of their own bodies and ultimately achieve a better state of being.
What specialist areas of practice are you particularly interested in?
I enjoy treating people of all ages and a wide range of conditions.
I have taken postgraduate courses exploring women’s health conditions including pelvic ultrasound scanning, and pelvic floor and abdominal rehabilitation.
I particularly enjoy treating families and young ones. I have also taken courses in dry needling and shock-wave therapy, and a one year long diploma in neuro-somatic psychotherapy.
How do you like to spend your spare time?
My passions are reading – anything from philosophy and psychology to poetry and fantasy. I also love exercise and movement and have a background in martial arts (Aikido and MMA).