Susan has over twenty years experience as a dedicated and passionate professional. After qualifying in 1990 in ITEC Physiatrics & Massage Therapies and ITEC Aromatherapy she suffered a serious health problem. This propelled her to further understand the therapeutic health benefits of massage and associated therapies. Since 1992 she has gained extensive knowledge, hands on experience and insights into understanding the link between attitude and the role of mind, body and wellbeing.

Alongside Massage Susan has qualified in Reflexology,  Aromatherapy,  Craniosacral and Myofascial Release Therapy, she incorporates these skills and training into her treatments. She has a keen interest in chronic pain management and long-term health conditions and how these therapies can be hugely supportive. Susan has previously worked with the NHS, Fountain Centre in Guildford for patients living and recovering from cancer.   Susan is fully insured and a member of CNHC, (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council,  FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapies).

In her spare time she enjoys travel, reading, yoga and studying the mindfulness movement

“I was recommended by Rosie following a course of physiotherapy, as I was struggling with pain and movement in my knee after an operation.  I have been to see Sue 3 or 4 times now and the difference in my knee after I have seen her is great, I have much more movement and less pain. She is great.” NK from Horsham

“I came to your practice having suffered years of neck pain when turning my head and having been dissatisfied with a visit to a chiropractor. As a man well into my sixties, my hope was simply that I might achieve a little more painless movement. However, after just two sessions of massage with Sue and a few weeks of keeping to an exercise regime under her instruction, I was delighted with the improvement. Further progress since has been such that I now feel well on the way to regaining most of the movement I had when young. I have no hesitation in thoroughly recommending your practice.” Mr P from Horsham