Zoë originally trained as a teacher, graduating with a BEd (Hons) in 1989. During her time in education, she specialised in working with children with additional needs gaining a Masters Degree in Special Education.

Zoë’s interest in Sports Therapy and massage was sparked following a skiing accident in 1997, when massage was used as an integral aspect of the recovery programme. She trained at the London School of Sports Massage under Mel Cash and was awarded a BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Sport and Remedial Massage. Following this Zoe went on to complete a Diploma in Sports Therapy with Sport Rehab and Education, the educational wing of The Society of Sports Therapists.

Zoë passionately believes that massage can support the optimal functioning of every person, in addition to supporting the prevention of and recovery from soft tissue injuries. She works with a wide variety of clients from busy mums to office workers, musicians to sportsmen and women. Zoë has a particular interest in the use of massage with pre and post-natal clients.

Zoë is constantly furthering her skills, knowledge and understanding by attending professional development courses and working with professionals from other disciplines. She is a member of the Society of Sports Therapists and the Institute of Sport & Remedial Massage (ISRM).

Zoë is qualified in Pitchside Sports First Aid and is available to provide First Aid support at sports events and matches.