During his previous career as a landscape gardener Jamie suffered from lower back, shoulder and knee pain as well as other niggles that affected his health and well being. All that changed after he went for an Amatsu treatment. Jamie was amazed at how it worked and how much better he felt. Jamie knew then that he had to change career and train as an Amatsu Practitioner.
Jamie qualified in Anma, the first level of Amatsu, in November 2012 and a year later passed the second level, Seitai, to become a fully qualified Amatsu Practitioner. He trained at the accredited Amatsu Training School in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire and then set up Herts Clinic in February 2014. Jamie is a member of The British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP) and affiliated with Amatsu Therapy International (ATI).
In 2016 Jamie qualified in acupuncture for structural dysfunction and cupping for pain management. Along with Amatsu these additional treatments work well on their own or combining the different treatments together, depending on the individuals problem, having some amazing results.