- Lindsey Turner
Lindsey is a fully qualified and experienced Sports Therapist, BTEC level 5 Clinical Sports and Remedial Therapist, Kinesio Taping Practitioner and Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist.
She became interested in musculoskeletal problems whilst competing on horseback and experienced firsthand the benefits of therapeutic manual therapy.
She is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). She is also on the Sports and Remedial Therapists Council directory for members of the British Athletes Commission (BAC). She specialises in a soft tissue approach to help anyone who is no longer functioning pain free, chronic musculoskeletal problems and maintenance sports massage for injury prevention.
Lindsey is a keen equestrian enthusiast and road cyclist and is continuing her professional development working towards and Osteopathy degree.
For more information: www.turnertherapy.co.uk
- Cai Elias-Schofield (M.Ost)
Cai is a graduate from the European School of Osteopathy where he completed his four year training and gained registration to the General Osteopathic Council. He is also a member of the British Osteopathic Association.
As well as Osteopathy, he acquired a Sports Injury and Massage diploma in 2009 and a diploma in Myofascial Acupuncture in 2011. He is registered with the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists.
Cai has previously worked in England and Wales before returning to Scotland. He is a keen sportsman, playing football, rugby and basketball and a keen musician, playing the saxophone.
- Kirsten Sturman BSc (Hons) MBAcC
Kirsten is a graduate from the University of Salford where she completed her three-year Acupuncture training and gained registration to the British Acupuncture Council in 2003. She has also completed a post-graduate training course with a teaching hospital in China.
Throughout her time training and practicing she had the opportunity to experience other complementary therapies. She was taught Swedish massage while at university as part of the course, this was the standard knowledge she needed to pursue other types of therapies including Reflexology, Indian head massage and Hopi ear candling.
- Elaine Cairney RSHom
Elaine graduated in 1997 from The Edinburgh College of Homeopathy after completing her four year training and gained her license to practice Classical Homeopathy. She then went on to sit the external exams set down by The Society of Homeopaths to enable her to become a registered member of the society, the largest governing body of homeopaths in Britain. Elaine adheres to the strict code of ethics set down by The Society and is committed to a programme of CPD in order maintain registration standards.
Elaine conducts regular information evenings and courses from her home town of Arbroath as well as running her busy practices in Perth and Aberdeen.
- Joyce McQuilken (MA Hons.,Cert Ed.)
Joyce is an International Coach Federation Associate Certified Coach and holds a certificate in Professional Coaching Practice and an Advanced and Workplace Coaching Certificate. She is also an experienced trainer and facilitator giving seminars , workshops and short courses on coaching related topics.
Joyce runs her own Life Coaching Practice from her home in Blairgowrie Perthshire, and is also an internal coach for Perth and Kinross Council, and a member of the NHS Scotland Executive Coaching Register.
“Joyce enabled me to explore what has true meaning in my life. I feel empowered to face my future with clear direction and renewed focus” F. Murray
- Alisa Wilson
Alisa is a qualified Naturopathic Nutritionist gaining a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2010. She has a special interest in children’s nutrition and sports nutrition.
- Carey Shah (BTAA)
Although the majority of Carey’s professional life has not been in the field of complementary medicine, she has always had an active interest in health, fitness and wellbeing.
Carey was drawn to Bowen Therapy, not only because it had helped her personally (especially when suffering with a bout of Sciatica) but also because of the way it works as a gentle non-manipulative, non invasive, holistic and natural therapy.
Having successfully completed the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia (BTAA) course in Edinburgh, Carey is a fully qualified practitioner and a member of the Bowen Association, UK & CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council). The Bowen Association UK ensures that its practitioners regularly attend CPD courses and adheres to a strict code of professional conduct.
- Shona Adam (MRSS)
Shona is a qualified Shiatsu practitioner who graduated from the Glasgow School of Shiatsu in 2004 and has been an MRSS accredited practitioner since 2008 signifying compliance with all criteria as set out by the Shiatsu Society (UK).
She delivers home, workplace and clinic Shiatsu treatments via her own business, elementals… holistic living, which supplies a range of services including Shiatsu, holistic interior design and healthy living seminars - all aimed at keeping life in perfect balance.
She currently provides regular Shiatsu treatments to the local Parkinson’s UK group and to carers via the Princes Royal Trust and Perth Council’s complimentary therapy scheme.
- Wendy Drysdale (BA Hons., MFHT)
Wendy qualified in Complementary Therapies in 2010 and is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists. She specialises in aromatherapy massage but also practices reflexology, hot stone therapy as well as relaxing facial treatments.
Wendy produces her own range of natural and organic skincare products – Woodland Aromatics, which are available in the clinic as well as online. She also provides a personal aromatherapy service where she can make up an individual product such as an ointment, cream or shampoo to treat minor ailments.
For more information: www.woodlandaromatics.co.uk
- Carole Reid
Carole is a Podiatrist registered with The Health Professions Council. She graduated in 1979 and has worked in her own private practice since 1984. She started her practice in Aberfeldy, moved to Auchterarder and subsequently settled in Perth in 2006. Carole is a keen singer and chairs “Just Singin” a local choir in Birnam. She is also passionate about equality in disability.
Carole has 2 sons, Kim and Rory who also live in Perth.
- Bryony Richardson BSc Ost
Bryony completed her 4 year BSc at the European school of osteopathy. This comprehensive training includes 2 years of clinical experience, as well as a thorough grounding in cranial osteopathy. She then went on to do a postgraduate year in equine and canine osteopathy.
She has previously worked in England in private practice; both in the setting of a GP practice and a multidisciplinary clinic.
She enjoys working with all age groups, and has a particular interest in treating children and babies using gentle cranial osteopathy. She also travels throughout the area to treat horses, and is a keen rider when she gets the chance!
Bryony has recently settled just outside Perth, where she lives with her husband and young son.
She is registered with GosC and a member of the British Osteopathic Association.