Physiotherapist, Pilates and Yoga instructor
Bethan graduated from The University of Nottingham with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy in 2010. Since then she has gained an extensive range of experience working within the NHS, MoD and in private sports clinics. Having always taken a keen interest in sports injuries Bethan has completed a ski season as a physio, worked as a pitch side for a local rugby team and has had the privilege of serving as a physio at the summer London 2017 Athletic and Para-athletics World championships. She has gained extra qualifications in acupuncture and is a certified APPI Pilates instructor as well as being a certified yoga instructor after completing her yoga teacher training in India. This broad range of experience that Bethan has gathered has lead her to believe in a holistic approach to treatment where she focuses on the patient as a whole and not just on your injury making sure that the improvements gained are sustainable.
Bethan is also a Cat A ACPAT equine physiotherapist, gaining a Post Grad Diploma from the prestigious University of Liverpool School of Veterinary Science. Having evented at CIC2* level Bethan has gained invaluable insight into the management of competition horses and enjoys treating and rehabilitating leisure and competition horses working closely with vets, trainers, farriers and other members of the team. She also offers rider treatments and pilates and yoga classes specifically for riders to make sure that the whole team is working in perfect harmony.
Pilates Instructor and Physiotherapist
Louise joined the team in September as an APPI Pilates Instructor. She is a Chartered Physiotherapist and has been working in the NHS in a variety of settings for a number of years. Louise graduated from the university of Brunel as a physiotherpist in 2015 and also gained an honours degree. She has a keen interest in fitness and helps lead at a local running group. She completed the London marathon for the first time this April. Louise is looking forward to using her skills as a physiotherpist to help you get the most out of your pilates sessions.
I bend so I don’t break… my daily mantra
I have been practicing Yoga on and off for 20 years. I love how good you can feel after a class, how revived and refreshed I feel.
Yoga was something I always came to when I was suffering in some way be it stress or illness. I noticed how I would always turn to a class at these times and afterwards noticed how amazing I would feel. I would feel happier in my mind but also at ease in the body. The fact this was all connected didn’t even cross my mind then. Years later I decided I wanted to help others experience what I do in my practice.
I qualified as a Yoga teacher in July 2017 and have been teaching ever since. I love the way in creating space in the body we can free up hidden emotional tensions that are stored in the body. When we release these tensions we ultimately feel so much happier.
Helping others to find the light in themselves and create space in the body and mind; giving them the tools to lead much happier, healthier lives is why I love teaching.
Physiotherapist, Pilates and Yoga Instructor
Kelly Palmer has been a qualified Physiotherapist for 13 years with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Coventry University. Kelly also has a PGCE from Oxford Brookes University lecturing in the following subject specialisms in Sports Science, Health & Fitness and Sports Therapy.
Kelly has worked with a variety of Musculoskeletal patients and specialises in Low Back Pain and Chronic Pain. Kelly also has a keen interest and is qualified in Pilates, Yoga, Sports Massage and Holistic Therapies. She has worked in the Health & Fitness Industry for over 20 years.
Debbie is a motivated and caring physiotherapist, who has a passion for delivering up to date, evidence based treatments to her patients. She has been a qualified sports therapist since 2011 and graduated from Coventry University in 2017 with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy receiving a certificate of excellence for her clinical placement results.
Debbie has significant experience working with athletes in the sporting environment, having worked within rugby teams at both at club and county level. She is currently also working as a physiotherapist at Bedford hospital, where she has gained range of experience working with a variety of patients including those with musculoskeletal injuries and orthopaedic conditions.
Her skills include the use of combining manual therapy techniques with exercise rehabilitation. She has a keen interest in taping and how the application of tape using specific techniques can facilitate recovery. She also has considerable experience in the application of sports massage, which she will be offering as a treatment on it's own or combined with your physiotherpay session.
Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor
Nikki represented Great Britain on numerous occasions over 6 years on the World cup circuit, World Championships and European Championships in bobsleigh. Alongside her athlete and physiotherapy career Nikki is a keen rider. Since taking a break as an athlete, she has worked closely with riders both in rehabilitation, injury prevention and improving rider performance. She is also studying for her MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy at the University of Hartpury. Nikki wants to help all patients whether you are an athlete or have low back pain to reach your full potential using knowledge and skills from both her athletic career, and work as an MSK physiotherapist.