Jason’s interest in the field of bodywork and healthcare came about purely through a chance conversation with a friend, which inspired him to explore the field further. It soon became apparent that Jason was fascinated by how the human mind and body interacted together, and how it could be affected by touch and movement.
Jason’s training started in 2004 at the local college where over a two year period the disciplines of massage, reflexology and sports therapy were learnt which gave him the basis to further his knowledge upon. Subsequent short courses and workshops were undertaken intensively for two years at venues all around the country to hone and refine his skills and understanding. A four year, full time degree course in Osteopathy was finished in 2012, culminating in the award of a First Class Honours degree [and a prize for outstanding achievement in his dissertation] from Oxford Brookes University. His goal has always been to gain the most comprehensive understanding he can so as to provide you with the best quality service he possibly can.
Jason is severely visually impaired and although this does not affect his ability to practice as an autonomous, professional Osteopath, your understanding and acceptance of his disability is appreciated.