Hi, I'm Amy

I empower people through movement and mindset.  

I help people who have persistent pain, injuries or illness using a psychological approach and movement where necessary.  I assist people with issues ranging from severe back pain, recurring infections, depression, childhood trauma.  I simply help people to help themselves by reframing an issue and turning it to your advantage. 

I've always been into movement, from dance to parkour and and know how frustrating it is to be injured for a long time.  I used to be an osteopath but switched to yoga because it was a more fun and effective way of getting people in pain better, and adding in a psychological approach tackles stressors that often contribute to pain.  

 

My own injuries and my futility with treating chronic pain patients led me to spend the last 9 years studying persistent pain, the mind-body connection and change the way I work, incorporating brain training and

up-to-date research on pain and mental health.

 

I am trained in the Demartini Method, which I use to help people in courses and workshops on pain, illness, injuries and movement. 

I love to move and have a laugh (at myself) in the process.  If you are into that too and want the group exercise vibe, check out my classes.  I also love handstands and teach people how to do them. I have been teaching fun yoga classes since 2013.  FlowMotion developed as a way to combine all of the movement styles I enjoy in one class.  Plus the spiritual stuff isn't my bag.  

So if you want help overcoming a physical or emotional difficulty and you're prepared to do some hard work, get in touch and let's get you sorted.