Clotilde Chereau moved from France to Edinburgh in 2002. She then studied osteopathy at SIOM (Surrey), and Oxford Brookes University, where she focused on classical and structural osteopathy. She also studied the cranial and visceral fields, which are of particular interest to her. She has practiced these different types of osteopathy on a wide range of people from infants to elderly.
She has completed her Acupuncture foundation course and is registered with the BMAS (British Medical Acupuncture society) since November 2011.
She has completed the fourth level of paediactric course with the Integrate Osteopathic Studies in 2014.
She has completed The Nutrition and Health course with Nutrigold Education service, which is inspired by Rudolph Ballentine M.D. holistic approach to nutrition. And she is currently undertaking a course with the College of Naturopathic Medicine, in view to obtain a Diploma in Naturopathic Nutrition by August 2018.
Clotilde is fully GOsC (General Osteopathic Council) registered since August 2009.