Justine is a Senior Physiotherapist and Cranio-Sacral Therapist. She also offers Full Body Therapeutic Massage, Kinesiology , Deep Tissue Sports Massage and teaches Ante-Natal Exercise and Relaxation classes. She qualified as a Cranio-Sacral Therapist in 2006 in London and has been integrating these skills with her musculoskeletal out-patients, paediatrics , neurology  and orthopaedic rehabilitation. In July 2006 she started working as a tutor at the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy (UK), which was very rewarding and a current focus for her continued professional development. She has taught Introductory Cranio-Sacral Therapy courses for the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy and held study groups, private tutorials and lead teaching clinics.

Justine is currently working in private practice. As a result of her own pregnancy and empowering natural water birth experience, Justine thoroughly enjoys working with babies and children.  Cranio-Sacral Therapy is great for babies as it is an exceptionally gentle, yet powerful form of treatment with the ability to resolve restrictions and promote a balanced, healthy nervous system and symmetrical spine and cranium. Justine works with adults in healing conditions such as migraines, tension headaches, lower back pain, whiplash injuries, sports injuries , TMJ problems, alignment issues, chronic fatigue and does post trauma emotional balancing with an appropriate combination of Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Physiotherapy, Kinesiology and Massage.

She completed her Physiotherapy degree in South Africa followed by work in Lydenburg Hospital (South Africa ), Llwynypia Hospital, South Pembrokeshire Hospital, West Wales General Hospital, Didcot Community Hospital, Hillside Intermediate Care centre and Nightingale House (United Kingdom). She worked at the Benenden Hospital in Kent as the Physiotherapy Manager, she then worked in general private practice in Johannesburg after returning from the UK.

During her employment in the NHS (UK) and private sector she has provided physiotherapy treatment in a variety of areas: Orthopaedics, Neurology, Paediatrics, Oncology, Out-patients, Sports and Occupational injuries (combined with Kinesiology and Sports Massage) and General Medicine/Surgery. During this time she has been responsible for managing the physiotherapy service provision and supervising students, assistants and junior staff.