Mary's background is in nursing and had a career in the NHS but gave this up after starting a family.  Discovering the benefits of massage therapy for her self, Mary decided to study an HND in Complementary Therapies.  Keen to learn more completed a Level 4 Diploma in Sports Massage soon after.  During the COVID pandemic and with lots of free time Mary put the time to good use and qualified as a Level 3 Pilates instructor.

Mary is a keen runner with an interest in health, fitness and nutrition and is a member of PH Racing Club in Dunfermline.

The most rewarding part of Mary's work is successfully treating people  involved in sports, working or simply from the stresses and strains of daily life. However, she also enjoys providing the more relaxing treatments such as reflexology or therapeutic massage which can calm the mind as well as relax the body, helping to reduce stress and tension.


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Mary studied an HND in Complementary Therapies at Fife College, Kirkcaldy. Then undertook further studies with the Scottish School of Professional Massage and gained a Diploma in Sports Massage in 2007.

During the COVID pandemic Mary had a lot of free time and took the opportunity to train as a Level 3 Pilates Instructor.

Mary enjoys learning and regularly undertakes CPD and advanced training courses to keep up-to-date and add new skills to her practice.



The professional bodies Mary is registered with include:

  • CThA and the CNHC

These organisations exist to guarantee the public high standards of practice and ethics when using the service of its members.