With over twenty-five years experience as an educator, leader and health practitioner, I have witnessed growth and change. Observing a client to move freely with less pain, to watching a new parent gain more confidence; and students achieving success and going on to share their new-found knowledge and skills.
Both personal and professional experiences were the catalyst behind becoming an author. Unable to work face-to-face during the pandemic I embarked on a journey of research and discovery.
I had found, like many practitioners that physical ailments and discomforts often result from poor posture and lack of movement. Given we all have one thing in common – being bipedal and using our feet to transport ourselves this is where my curiosity lay. However rather than looking at the mature foot it seemed to make sense to go to the beginning.
’Finding Their Feet’ is about starting the journey, creating a solid foundation for a more resilient and healthy approach to life. And it is so much more than about feet, read more here
With ‘Finding Their Feet’ informing individual parents, carers, health practitioner and educators I am on a mission to spread the word further with speaking to audiences who are passionate about the first 1000 days and early development.