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Sharon Fergusson

Sharon is an accomplished massage therapist, who has a vast experience in treating adults, pregnant women and babies enhancing their health and well being with her relaxing massages.

Her expertise and qualifications extend not only from aromatherapy to baby massage and massage in pregnancy but also to remedial and sport massage.

Her interest in holistic therapy and massage started with her first  pregnancy and qualified  in body massage and aromatherapy in 1999 and gained an upgrade diplima in Aromatherapy in 2000. In 2000 she also gained her remedial massage diploma which incorporates pre and post sport massage. Sharon helped the runner of the Great North Run offering post sport massage. Her skills also this came in handy with her sporty family over the years.

In 2001 Sharon gained her Massage in Pregnancy certificate and also went to Glasgow to attain a Certificate in Slavic Massage. She has experience with corporate work treating office staff on site with seated acupressure massage.

Sharon has now attained her baby massage instructor certificate with the Hands on babies organisation and she will attend the baby yoga course at the end of May.

In the past she has worked in a Unit for adults with learning disabilities offering taster aromatherapy sessions and also volunteered at the Breast Care Support Group with taster sessions of aromatherapy and has attended Open Days promoting holistic therapy.

What Sharon says about her work:
"I feel privileged to work in a field I enjoy so much."

Other interests

Sharon has a City & Guilds Certificate Level 3 in Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

Pregnancy massage: this is a lovely session working with expectant mums and it's great to be able to offer the baby massage to follow on.

Qualifications

Member and insured though the International GPP. The GPP is now known as the CTha & Embody.
Member and insured through the CTha.  As a member of the CTha you have to gain CPD points each year.