Terry continues to be inspired by the profound nature of this work, in the body’s drive towards health and in its innate ability to heal itself.
After graduating in Edinburgh as Physiotherapist in 1972, Terry has had articles published, presented conference papers and lectures and taught for most of her professional life in Edinburgh, the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Almost from the beginning Terry developed a keen interest in working with babies, children and families and she was a teacher with the Childbirth Education Association and consultant to the Nursing Mothers Association for many years.
Terry is also a Reiki practitioner and deeply acknowledges her teacher, Barbara McGregor, and the practice of Reiki to the beginnings of her consciousness of the metaphysical causation of disease, the mind-body connection and felt sense of how the body heals. Subsequently this led to her own development of a biodynamic and resonant way of being, and being with the patient’s system. The same was happening in the UK with Franklyn Sills’ development of Craniosacral Biodynamics and Paul Vick’s move to develop the Resonance Principle.
Terry is a registered member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, the Pacific Association of Craniosacral Therapists and the Craniosacral Therapy Association, UK and a Supervisor for CSTA in Australia. She is Course Director and Senior Tutor with Stillness Trainings, which teaches Introductory, Practitioner Diploma level training and Postgraduate training in Australia & New Zealand.