Originally from France, Beatrice is a registered Osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy (now known as UCO).
She offers a unique approach to health by combining functional, cranial and biodynamic Osteopathy, considering the influence of daily activities to guide her patients to physical health and meet their individual needs.
She specialises in women’s health, pregnancy and paediatrics through courses at the Molinari Institute, Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy and the Family Centred Program with Averille Morgan.
Beatrice is also an experienced practitioner in Tui Na Massage since 2010. She completed a three-year course at the Shao Yang Institute in Lyon (France).
This massage style originates from the Traditional Chinese Medicine, combining Therapeutic Massage and Acupressure. Her knowledge of the body meridians and their influence on health is a unique skill in her current practice.
Since 2015, she has been a therapist at the Women and Girls Network in West London as part of their holistic recovery program for women who survived or are at risk of violence. This has strongly enhanced her understanding on how the body expresses past traumas and what self-regulatory mechanisms can be supported to allow healing on a body, mind and spirit level.
Beatrice currently attends postgraduate courses in Trauma Healing (Somatic Experiencing) from Dr Peter Levine's research.
Outside the practice, she is an experienced vocalist and performer, enabling her to provide specialised advice to performing artists.