Meet The Team
At Butterfield Osteopathy all of our practitioners are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the Institute of Osteopathy (iO).
MSc, BOst, DPO, PgC ACE (clin.ed.) Osteopath
Maria Larrain graduated in 2009 and is the owner of Butterfield Osteopathy. Maria is a qualified Paediatric Osteopath from the Osteopathic Centre for Children and has a particular interest in biodynamic osteopathy. Maria welcomes and treats people of all ages. She specialises in the osteopathic care of babies, children and women who have pain and issues related to pregnancy and childbirth.
She is currently undertaking a PhD examining the subject of tongue-tie and breastfeeding at University College London
Maria incorporates mindfulness, pilates-based exercises and breath work when helping people along their healing journeys.
BSc (Hons) Ost, BSc (Hons) Psych, DPO, Osteopath.
Karina is 2001 graduate of the British School of Osteopathy. She is a qualified paediatric osteopath, having completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy at the Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC) in 2011. She continues to work at the OCC clinic treating babies, children and expectant and post-partum women.
Karina is experienced in diagnosing and treating a wide spectrum of musculo-skeletal problems, in particular shoulder problems.
She gained professional development in the Niel-Asher Technique, having trained and worked at a specialist shoulder clinic.
In treatment, Karina uses structural approaches such as soft tissue massage, special stretches and gentle joint articulation, together with cranial and biodynamic cranial osteopathy.
She aims to relieve pain and restore musculo-skeletal health, function and a sense of well being for people of all ages.
Butterfield Osteopathy accepts most insurance companies except AXA. Julia and Maria are additionally registered with BUPA. Most insurance companies have excess on their policy, which must be paid directly to the practitioner. Please check your policy with your insurance company before booking.
BSc, BOst, MSc Paediatric Osteopathy, MSCCO
Julia Finlay is a 2007 graduate of the British School of Osteopathy and completed her Masters in Paediatrics at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in 2009. She maintains strong links with this centre and is currently part of the teaching team for Cranial Osteopathy at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Julia has a broad range of clinical experience, working through the NHS in the UK, a project in India and running her own home practice.
She is particularly interested in cranial and biodynamic osteopathy, a gentle and deep acting treatment. Her specialist skills lie in the treatment of babies, children and women both in pregnancy and post birth.
She employs a wide range of osteopathic techniques with the aim of helping to reduce pain and improve function quickly. Julia has additional interests in psychosomatic health and the treatment of athletes and sportspeople.
Elodie Bridelance is a 2012 graduate of the Institut Supérieur d’Ostéopathie d’Aix-en-Provence in France and relocated to London in 2013. She has a postgraduate diploma in paediatric and perinatal osteopathy.
She has experience working in a multidisciplinary clinic near Geneva, Switzerland, working closely with a private pediatrician, physiotherapists, and doulas. She continues to improve her skills and knowledge in biodynamics, ergonomics, k-taping and Chinese medicine.
She is experienced in musculoskeletal, cranial, fascial and visceral techniques in the treatment of a wide range of patients including babies, children, pregnant women, athletes and also the elderly. Her treatments are always tailored to each individual and is supported with advices on posture, lifestyle, nutrition, exercise.
Inès Laï Su Maine
Inès Laï Su Maine graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2017.
Inès is originally from France where osteopathic care for women post-partum is highly valued and is integrated alongside women’s medical care after delivery. She underwent specialist postgraduate training in Belgium to better understand women’s health issues after delivery and this is her area of specialism.
She enjoys mixing structural and cranial approaches in her treatments and is particularly interested in the effects of emotions on the body.
Inès is currently undertaking postgraduate training relating to pelvic pain after birth.
Butterfield Osteopathy is Wheelchair Accessible