Founder of both Ten-Point: The Hub of Efficient Running & Cycling and Perpetual Forward Motion Ltd. Co-founder of Barefoot Audio. Dedicated to the understanding and teaching of biomechanically efficient forward motion.
Presented with the Sash of Honour at the Queen’s Annual Royal Air Force Awards, 1982.
Following over 6 years serving in the Royal Air Force as an Air Traffic Control Officer, retrained as a fitness instructor and remedial massage therapist.
Continuing therapist training evolved into a specialisation in vascular and lymphatic circulations through Doctor Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage and Professor Leduc Medical Lymph Drainage.
Working with lymphoedema patients then athletes led to progressing my already long-term focus on biomechanical movement – with reference to walking and running technique – to the road and triathlon cyclist.
Specialist in the treatment of neck, shoulder, back, hip, knee, ankle & foot pain, walking, running and cycling-related injuries.
Efficient Running Master Coach and on-line coach for multi-sport athletes.
Author and instructor of YMCAfit Barefoot/Efficient Running course and manual.
Coach to the inov-8 Natural Run programme.
Endurance athlete: minimalist ultra-distance runner and 6 times Ironman. Credited with being the world’s first ‘barefoot’ Iron(wo)man.
- Anatomy in Motion AiM Level 4 Practitioner.
- Corrective High-Performance Exercise Kinesiology CHEK Practitioner Level 2.
- Corrective High-Performance Exercise Kinesiology CHEK Exercise Coach.
- CHEK Golf Performance Specialist.
- Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 2.
- Fully qualified Level 3 Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage therapist.
- Fully qualified Leduc Medical Lymphatic Drainage therapist.
- World’s first female F.I.S.T. Tri & Road bike fitter, trained by Dan Empfield of Slowtwitch and Europe’s only female F.I.S.T. Advanced Tri & Road bike fitter.
Proudest sporting moment
Completing ‘the hardest Ironman in the world’, Ironman Lanzarote, in 2011 with a 41 min PB over Ironman Austria, 7 loo stops and a “I think it’s all over” moment in the swim, hanging off a course marker buoy for a while – the stubborn Yorkshire streak won!
If you think you can do it – you probably can.