Beatrice has a bone or two to pick
A former North School farm manager has taken on a new role. Beatrice Boyle is now working as a McTimoney Animal Association practitioner.
Beatrice, from Ashford, now spends her time treating musculoskeletal problems in horses, dogs and farm animals across Kent, Surrey, Sussex.
The McTimoney technique involves a holistic, rebalancing of the skeletal system, and is very effective for animals that are stiff or sore.
Beatrice has spent many years studying to secure the McTimoney qualification.
Her typical day now involves visiting stables and homes and treating a variety of animals – including point-to-point and competition horses.
She said: “My clients range from horses to Crufts dogs, house pets and cattle. Every day is busy.”
Beatrice was previously the farm manager at the North School, where she taught GCSE and post-16 courses, ran the Young Farmers’ club, set up the equestrian unit and managed the working livestock unit.
For more information on the service call her on 01303 813767 or 07947279396, email bsboyle@ btinternet or visit http:// animalmctimoneykent.weebly. com/