Welcome to my website I am 23 years old, Sports Massage Therapist, Fitness instructor and competitive road cyclist.
I was led into my current field of work through my cycling, through racing on the road and being brought up in a sporting environment, I have always had a keen interest in health and wellbeing. I completed my Sports Massage training in 2017, I later went on to complete my fitness instructor course. As I continue to expand my modalities and knowledge, both in manual therapy and exercises I am continually excited by how many different directions I can take to help people. One of my favourite ways to work and to look at the body is through the fascia – an amazing structure of connective tissue that can affect movement and manipulate the body’s structures. Fascial release is definitely a modality I believe everyone can benefit from.
My cycling has, and continues, to take me too many beautiful places, enabling me to experience so much and learn from so many people. I currently race for Velo Performance Women’s Road Cycling Team this is a Portuguese based team. It is a fantastic supportive environment to develop as a rider. I hope to help people with my experiences, to keep them moving and to become aware of how their body can work for them. The body is an interesting and complex system – there is always more to learn.
When I’m not on my bike you can often find me in the press area at races. I work for cycling media website CyclingShorts.cc where I write, report and interview as part of their team.
For more information on my work see the Mobility in Motion section. To see my life on the bike please see the cycling section.
Amy on CyclingShorts.cc
My interview with Jack Cruden before Round 2 of the Revolution in Glasgow. https://www.cyclingshorts.uk.com/2016/10/08/interview-jack-cruden-revolution-round-2/
My interview with Emily Nelson for CyclingShorts.cc https://www.cyclingshorts.uk.com/2016/09/17/interview-emily-nelson-revolution-series-round-1/
Read my choices for christmas gifts by clicking the link below to CyclingShorts.cc https://www.cyclingshorts.uk.com/2015/12/11/cycling-santas-christmas-shopping-guide-2015/