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Susan Hagan

Instructor Profile


I am very excited about teaching this remarkable therapy that has been formulated by Alastair McLoughlin.  


As soon as I heard about it I made an appointment with Alastair for his Skype class and I began to use my new skill the following day.  

My first client, who had a walnut tree fall on his back resulting in a broken spine, 1 year before, and sporting a 12 inch long spinal scar, walked out of my clinic without any pain and a full ROM. It was so impressive that it took my breath away. I have used MSTR® in clinic, on holiday, with family and friends and neighbours with similar stunning results. 

Imagine my joy when I was asked by Alastair to teach this technique! 

I am a Complementary Therapist and have been working in this field my whole life. I have been teaching therapies internationally for 40 years and look forward to many more years of sharing MSTR® to as many students as I can.

I have relocated and now live and work in Portugal.

With best wishes


Based in Portugal

Also teaches in UK

Student feedback:
"She is nice and has good interaction with the students. Clear and easy to understand." ~ M.L. - Hong Kong

"Su is knowledgable and amiable and she put across the lesson very well." ~ S.M. - United Kingdom

"Susan was very thorough, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and I found it to be an excellent course - I enjoyed all of it. The work is amazing and looking forward to using it. An excellent day. Great technique taught by a superb teacher."

~ L.A. - United Kingdom

"Su is a great teacher and the day flew by in all honesty but there was a lot of material covered. I absolutely love the technique, it's right up my street." ~ P.L. - Bulgaria



Director: International Bowen Therapy Foundation Bowen Therapist and Tutor
Anatomy and Physiology Tutor ITEC
Clinical Aromatherapist, Examiner and Tutor MIFPA
Ayurvedic Practitioner: DIP.Mana Vajracharya. 1978 Nepal
Qualified Teacher: St Katherines College, Liverpool, Cert Ed 1968
McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release® Practitioner and MSTR® instructor
Importance of Symmetry: Graham Pennington
College of Applied Myoskeletal Therapy: John Garfield

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