Since a very young age I discovered my passion for horses and I immediately knew I wanted to spend my life with them. I have been riding for twenty five years and the trigger occurred at the age of 10 when I discovered the profession of Animal Osteopath. Since that day, this passion has not left me.
Fifteen years ago Animal Osteopath therapy was not very popular in France but I finally found a 3 year course. After completing the course I wanted to complete my knowledge and started a 5 year course as an Osteopath for humans and had my own private surgery in France for two years.
I became the lucky owner of my two Spanish horses in 2011. I got them when they were one years old and they taught me almost everything. They are my source of inspiration.
In 2015 I decided to move to the UK with my horses and my cat. In the UK, there is no such profession as Animal Osteopath, as Osteopath can only be referred to when treating humans.
I am qualified with Distinction in Equine Sport Massage Therapist and confirmed as member of IAAT in June 2018.
The International Association of Animal Therapists expects a high standard of work and commitment from its members and to that end requires them to maintain their skill base by completing Continued Professional Development or CPD.