ABOUT OUR PRACTITIONERS
Mulberry House brings together a team of highly experienced, independent practitioners. All our practitioners* are affiliated with recognised professional bodies related to the therapies they practice. This ensures that each practitioner follows a code of professional conduct as prescribed by their registering body. All practitioners also hold their own professional indemnity insurance.
Mulberry House actively encourages all practitioners and teachers to be involved in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to ensure that they are continually updating their practice skills.
*All practitioners based in Mulberry House are self employed and are not employed by Mulberry House.
Chris Greathead first learnt Transcendental Meditation (TM) in 1971 and subsequently spent many years studying with Maharishi’s TM organisation in Switzerland, France, India and the UK. He qualified as a TM teacher in 1977 and has now been teaching Transcendental Meditation in Edinburgh for several years.
Dr. Susan Ellis is a compassionate Clinical Psychologist and Geropsychologist with over nine years of experience working in private practice and hospital settings. She has worked extensively with people experiencing a wide range of mental health concerns and has a special interest in working with people experiencing psychological issues in the context of long-term medical conditions.
Elizabeth McCarron trained at the prestigious London Esthetique School of Beauty under the formidable Beryl Barnard, who is synonymous with the beauty industry in the UK. After qualifying, Elizabeth worked in South Kensington and Knightsbridge for a number of acclaimed salons before returning home to Edinburgh in 2000 to set up on her own.
Fiona Gilbraith CST-D-MCSS, works with clients of all ages, from new born to the elderly. She is passionate about treating the whole person and finding the origin of an issue in the body, rather than treating symptoms. Fiona believes that the body has a natural tendency towards self-correction and healing, given the right conditions.
Jane Beazley joined Mulberry House in 2016, after completing her Masters degree in osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, Kent, in 2015.
Prior to this, she worked in the facilities and health and safety sector in the South West of England. Whilst Jane prefers to treat using structural techniques such as soft tissues release, joint mobilisation and joint manipulation, she has learnt a wide range of techniques and so has something up her sleeve to suit everyone.
Polly Rewt qualified as a yoga teacher in 2008, she hails from Colorado and has lived in Edinburgh for over 30 years. During this time she did a post-graduate degree in English Literature, married a Scot, and developed her own yoga practice, enjoying learning from different yoga traditions. She and her husband are devoted, outdoor enthusiasts.