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A bit of background on me
I graduated with a distinction in remedial massage from The London College of Massage in January 2006 and launched my business a year later. I have been practicing full time since 2007 having clinics at Siobhan Davis Dance Company, London and currently Sheen Physio & Sports Injury Clinic, fronted by Mark Edgar principle physiotherapist for team GB rowing.
Prior to being a physical therapist in 2000 I re-trained in events management working for Tate Britain and Tate Modern. As part of a team I managed the logistics for all their exhibition receptions and dinners including the Turner Prize award broadcast live on Channel 4. I went on to be head of events for University of the Arts, London continuing to work within development to raise the profile of the University brand.
I am also a practicing artist working collaboratively with my partner Mark Rennison working in film, video, performance and sound as well as recently forming a new collective NAME (working title). Click sueglasgow.com to see recent work and forthcoming events.
Being a therapist has its’ personal bonuses having helped me recover incredibly fast from a horse riding accident. In February 2009 I broke my back, an injury that can have irreparable consequences. However, due to sheer determination coupled with my knowledge of bodies, bones and muscles I’ve made a complete recovery (albeit 1/2” shorter). The plus side is that I’ve got a much deeper understanding of body mechanics, which my clients can only benefit from. A bit of an extreme way to learn and a painful one!
I’m a member of the Complementary Therapists Association and fully insured.