Hannah has a background in contemporary dance and a combined self-practice and yoga teaching experience of over 15 years. She discovered osteopathy while recovering from her own injury and was instantly intrigued by the osteopathic treatment approach. When it became time for a career change, osteopathy seemed to be the natural choice.
Hannah’s Master’s research explored the relationship between movement and stress, and she brings her knowledge on this topic to aid her patients’ stress management journey. She looks forward to working with patients to facilitate movement that makes them feel good, that is most suited to who they are as a person, and that allows them to achieve whatever is most important to them.
Hannah loves working with people of all ages, backgrounds, and movement experiences. In particular, Hannah is passionate about providing respectful and high-quality primary healthcare to the LGBTQIA+ community, and as a Pākeha practitioner in Aotearoa, strives to incorporate the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi into her osteopathic practice. She lives in West Auckland with her dog Pickles.