Danielle Kempton

Danielle started her career as a professional dancer after attending Bird College of Performing Arts, gaining ISTD teaching qualifications in Ballet and Modern. A few years later followed a complete career change to the LIFFE trading floor in the city and the launching of a new business.
She has recently returned to her love of movement, training with the renowned Body Control Pilates and gaining a level 3 matwork qualification.
Danielles classes are for everyone, whether you are recovering from injury, exercise regularly, or are a beginner, her classes are small and tailored to the specific needs of the clients with a friendly encouraging atmosphere.

Charlotte Murray

Level 3 Body Control Pilates Matwork Teacher

Level 3 Award Pre and Postnatal Pilates

Charlotte first came to Pilates postnatally, after discovering she had abdominal separation. Through regular postnatal Pilates practise, Charlotte was able to bring strength and functionality back to her core. Pilates became an essential part of Charlotte’s postnatal rehab and she came away with a newfound interest in human anatomy and biomechanics, feeling compelled to learn more and to bring the many benefits of Pilates to others.

Going on to train in London with Body Control Pilates, the most comprehensive teacher training course of its kind and widely recognised as an international benchmark. She has since gained her Level 3 Award in Pre & Postnatal Pilates and is currently training to become a Low Back Pain Specialist.

There is no need to be super fit or flexible for Charlottes classes; all exercises are tailored to the individual for maximum benefit.

Pam Morgan

Soft Tissue and Remedial Sports Massage Therapist

Pam qualified from the london school of sports massage in 2017 with a BTEC level 5 qualification in soft tissue therapy. This encompasses all aspects of clinical and sports massage techniques, therapeutic stretching and muscle energy techniques.

Since qualifying, Pam has continued learning and studying all aspects of massage therapy.

She enjoys treating a wide range of sporting and occupational injuries as well as maintenance sessions for long term issues arising from occupation or postural issues.

Pam is also a qualified Sharon wheelers ScarWork therapist.  This is a new and specially developed form of scar therapy. ScarWork helps reconnect and promote healing on the scar surface and reduce adhesions in the underlying tissues. ScarWork can help normalise sensitivity and increase pliability, function and appearance. Treatment is given without oils or creams, to help post operative, injury or burn scars

When not working, Pam can often be spotted out running with her dog.

Sam Chapple


Sam Chapple graduated with a Masters degree in Osteopathy from Oxford Brookes University in 2015.
He developed a keen interest in Osteopathy at an early age following exposure whilst playing Football for most of his teenage years. This influenced his decision to step away and pursue a career as an Osteopath.
Since graduating, Sam has continued his development as an Osteopath by completing qualifications in Sports Massage Therapy and Medical Acupuncture. He has developed a keen interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, whilst also continuing to successfully treat a wide range of ages and conditions with his holistic and structural approach.

Sam Jenkins

Sam Jenkins Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy


Graduated in 2016 from Oxford Brookes University. Currently working in an NHS practice as well as HPO, treating a variety of Musculoskeletal conditions. Has a particular interest in sporting injuries, injury reduction and rehabilitation through exercise therapy.

Previously worked at Spire Bushey Hospital treating predominantly pre and post surgery patients.

Chenine Bruley

Chenine graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Masters of Osteopathy in 2012. Chenine’s first degree was an honours degree in Human Biology at King’s College London where her interest in anatomy and physiology and the way the body works and functions grew.
As well as working structurally, Chenine treats using the gentler techniques of cranial osteopathy which is suitable for all ages, and particularly in treating children and babies and in the treatment of cervicogenic headaches and migraine prevention.

Chenine has undergone post graduate training in Specialist Paediatric Osteopathy which is a specialist area of osteopathy in treating young children, from new-born babies to school age. Muscular tensions and strains can occur in new-born babies; from the birthing process, to difficulty in feeding, lying positions and congestion/difficulties with digestion. Specialist Paediatric Osteopathy combines cranial osteopathy and gentle fascial techniques as a safe and gentle way to help relax and relieve tension in your baby/young child to help make them more comfort.

In her spare time Chenine enjoys swimming, cycling and is a keen dancer, particularly modern jive dancing.

Colin Wareham

Running Coach, Gait Analysis and Sports Massage Therapist.

Colin has been offering Sports Massage VTCT, Personal Training CYQ, Running Coaching EA, Gait Analysis and Custom Sidas Orthotics for 7 years in Harpenden and throughout Hertfordshire.

Colin is very passionate about the services that he offers to clients and not only wants to help them work through their injury or pain but also help with their general health and wellbeing. Following on from this Colin is keen to help with setting and developing plans to help clients reach their individual fitness goals.

Colin also is cofounder and President of ‘Harpenden Arrows’ Running Club with whom he continues to run with, in the last 12 years he has have completed numerous races including endurance events, half marathons and 6 marathons.

Amanda Pountney

Pilates and Yoga

Certified Master Pilates Teacher with the Body Control Pilates™ Association, Europe’s leading professional body for teachers and REPs Level 4 Specialist Exercise Instructor – Lower Back Pain and a Back Care Professional.
She has over 20 years teaching experience in both Mat and Machine Pilates.
Amanda is also a RYS 200 hour Yoga Teacher, teaching Vinyasa Flow Yoga.

Amanda Pountney is the director and owner of 8 Pilates and a highly qualified Pilates instructor with over 20 years of experience.

She trained and qualified with Body Control Pilates in 2003 and then went on to further develop her knowledge with Pilates equipment and opened her first studio in Harpenden in 2010 teaching both Mat work and private sessions.

Amanda is a certified Master Teacher with the Body Control Pilates™ Association, Europe’s leading professional body for teachers and REPs Level 4 Specialist Exercise Instructor – Lower Back Pain and a Back Care Professional.

She is also a RYS 200 hour Yoga Teacher, teaching Vinyasa Flow Yoga and is a supervising teacher for Body Control and helps to mentor and train student teachers.

Amanda helps clients increase their mobility, strengthen their bodies as well as addressing joint and back issues. She believes that to have a perfectly functioning body that all joints need to move through their full available range and she will work with clients to achieve this. She is known for her attention to detail, offering each client a high level of individual focus to ensure goals are achieved. Her classes are renowned for their inclusivity, warmth and relaxed atmosphere.

Alison Cole


Alison graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2002 and specialises in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal problems.

Extensive work in the NHS, as well as in the private sector has enabled her to gain expertise in treating a broad spectrum of clients. Her special interests in shoulder conditions and spinal rehabilitation stems from working alongside Orthopaedic Specialists at Imperial College NHS Trust, one of London’s top teaching hospitals. Alison uses a combination of manual ‘hands on’ therapy, acupuncture and specific exercise therapy to fine tune muscle function.