About me

A native from France, I graduated from the Paris Institut Supérieur d’Ostéopathie in 2012, after having studied full time for 5 years. I wrote my graduating essay on Dicke’s method regarding the diagnosis and treatment of pathologies with the help of the skin.

After graduating, I worked as a self employed home visiting osteopath. I replaced various persons, including my essay supervisor in Taverny near Paris. I also replaced colleagues near Reims or in the centre of France. 

I settled in Ireland in February 2014. After collaborating with Anne Poulhiès in Blackrock in her practice in the multidisciplinary Newtownpark Clinic,  I then took over Anne’s practice starting July 2014. 

I am applying a wide range of techniques including soft and deep tissue, cranial, visceral, fascial and structural techniques. My objective is to always have you come back as little times as possible, so usually 2 sessions, sometimes 3 are needed.  I always treat the body as a whole. I adapt my techniques according to the age of the patients, their needs and what they want.

I am a member of the Osteopathic Council of Ireland.