Joy Gill DC MAMP RGN (Rtd)
Our Consultant McTimoney Practitioner, Joy, has vast experience in the health professions. She started her training as a Nurse in 1980, and worked for 20 years both in the NHS, and abroad. In 1993 she started her complementary therapy training, and gained qualifications in massage & aromatherapy before going on in 1994 to start her training at the McTimoney College in Oxford. She qualified in 1998, and immediately opened up The Joy of Chiropractic Clinic, the McTimoney Way in Trowbridge, Wilts.
Joy relocated to Ayr in South West Scotland in 2007, where she set
up A Joy of Health and has now completed over 10 years as a McTimoney
Practitioner in Scotland . In 2017 Joy took the decision to join the
Association of Classical Manipulation, now the Association of
McTimoney Practitioners, as she felt that they embodied the
philosophy that she is most happy working with. The philosophy that
the body is a self healing organism which requires optimal spinal
alignment to express optimal health. Joy believes that by listening
to what the physical body is saying, then we can work out what the
Soul is trying to say, to bring about health and harmony in the
At the end of 2017 Joy took the decision to voluntarily
de-register from the GCC. Joy has studyied with Rev Jude Wills in
Mystical Healing and is part of the Mystic Healing Community, which embodies the spiritual aspect of health,
as well as the physical.She rebranded in 2020 as a result of the lockdown, or Spring Retreat @ Home as she preferred to call it to "Aligned with Joy".
Joy has a special interest in working with pregnant women and children. See in the drop down menu "Treatments"
Joy is currently writing a book to help people find more Joy in their lives.
This came about after spending more time away from the clinic in 2020. News as it happens can be found on her facebook, twitter and instagram accounts. Snippets of it may be found on her blog. Click on the Blog button below to be taken to it.
Due to the nature of my business, I endeavor to be able to offer an appointment within 48 hours of initial contact. This means that I require notification of any appointment needing to be cancelled to be done with at least 24 hours notice. Failing to give 24 hours notice will be met with a request for payment in full, to cover the appointment .Any further appointments may need to be secured with pre-payment made via bacs transfer. I regret having to bring in this policy, but the number of late cancellations, and'or no shows recently, has meant that people are made to wait for an appointment longer than is necessary.