Rosalie Segal graduated with first class honours in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture from Westminster University in 2008 and was awarded the Nutri Centre Prize for ‘best overall performance’ for the last two years consecutively of her degree course.
Rosalie has taken additional Tuina massage courses at Westminster University with Rosey Grandage (internal and external conditions) and finds patients love the hands-on approach it brings to the treatment.
She was also privileged to undertake her Alexander Technique training with renowned first generation teachers Walter Carrington (who took over FM Alexander’s training course) and his wife Dylis Carrington at the Constructive Teaching Centre and has been in practice now for over 23 years.
Rosalie has a special interest in womens’ health (including pregnancy, infertility and gynaecological issues) and has completed extensive post-graduate Chinese Medicine training in this field including an obstetrics and gynaecology diploma with Dr. Trevor Wing (where she is an associate practitioner). Rosalie is on the steering of the Acupuncture Childbirth Team London (ACT), a dedicated group of acupuncture practitioners working in London committed to supporting women’s experience through all stages of conception, pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal.
She has undertaken Ilana Machover’s intensive specialist training to teach Alexander Technique for pregnancy and birth, offering both individual sessions and classes for small groups.