Rebecca Hawtin

Rebecca Hawtin

Sports Therapist BSc (Hons)

Rebecca is a Sports therapist, graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2021 and registered with the Society of Sports Therapists. In the last two years Rebecca has worked within clinics and in Rugby and Football, so has gained experience both in clinic and pitch side settings.
Rebecca has always had a passion for Sports, particularly athletics high jump to which she competed to National standard. It was through having injuries requiring Sports Therapy treatment and rehabilitation plans that drew Rebecca in to working as a Sports Therapist, helping others with injuries to get back to full fitness. As a sports therapist Rebecca can provide sports massage, injury assessments and exercise based treatment.

Thomas Newfield

Thomas Newfield, MOst, BSc, BA

Tom Newfield graduated in 2016 from the London School of Osteopathy and in 2012 from the European School of Osteopathy. Before studying osteopathy he practiced massage.

Tom is experienced in treating children and adults using an approach at once constitutional and focussed on the patient’s needs.

He looks at nutrition and other factors, seeking lasting results for his patients.

Tom sees patients with back and neck pain, joint problems and other problems, sports injuries, nerve pain, also babies with colic and ladies to help with problems around pregnancy.

 

He’s a Dad, loves being with his family, reading, gardening and woodwork, music and travel.

Shelley Hyam

Shelley Hyam

I have worked as a receptionist for many years and at some prestigious companies including Jack Barclay Bentley in London. I pride myself on being highly organised, approachable and helpful.

Julia Webster

I qualified as a Matwork teacher with Body Control Pilates® in 2009. I first discovered Pilates trying to overcome an imbalance in my pelvis from giving birth. I liked it so much, I decided to make a career of it! I'm passionate about continuing to expand my knowledge and attend a number of courses each year, becoming a qualified Reformer teacher in 2019. In my classes, we focus on getting the best we can from our bodies. Whether a client has had an injury or just feels unfit, we work towards understanding movement, gaining strength and control, and therefore confidence in our ability to move.

Conor Aaron

Conor graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science. During his degree he completed multiple modules in Strength and Conditioning, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology and focused his final dissertation on Nutrition. He also gained his Personal Training Level 3 (REPS) qualification at this time.

 

Conor is very passionate about helping others achieve their fitness and recovery related goals and has worked with a variety of people from all walks of life. He offers individual and small group personal training alongside online coaching.

 

He has previously worked at PureGym and alongside the England and Wales youth football teams.

Tom Doe

A sports management graduate Tom became a fully qualified personal trainer in 2007, and his passion and professionalism have since enabled him to build up a huge range of clients – from complete newcomers to fitness to high level athletes.

Tom is also a Strength and Conditioning coach and has worked with Arsenal Ladies FC, Team GB footballers and professional boxers. He loves Olympic lifting, high fives and having a boogie.

Marianne Williams

After 15 years in the fitness industry, Marianne began to study Ashtanga yoga before qualifying to teach, having gained her RYS at "It's Yoga" in San Francisco under the tutelage of Larry Schultz in 2005. Ever since then, Marianne has been a big believer in practicing under as many esteemed teachers as possible in order the gain the most well rounded knowledge of yoga. Countless retreats and workshops have not only served to deepen her practice as a student, but also her knowledge as a yoga teacher.

 

In 2016, Marianne gained the prestigious Senior Yoga Teacher qualification having clocked up over 4000 hours teaching. With Marianne you can expect a physically strong, direct class with a hands on approach to alignment and posture correction. Prepare to challenge yourself and test your practice to the sounds of everything from Cafe del Mar to funky house, a nod to her misspent youth.

Susan Reynolds

Susan first discovered Body Control Pilates as a client, in just a few sessions she felt the benefits and came to appreciate the precise and controlled approach that the method uses. The deep postural exercises allow the body to reset and the mind to refresh. In 2018 Susan qualified as a Body Control Pilates Teacher so she could share the advantages of Pilates with others.

Susan has further qualifications in Bone Health and Pilates for Pregnancy and takes regular courses to keep updated eg Back4Good (Pilates for Low Back Pain).

Susan’s classes focus on increasing core strength to protect the spine, the alignment of the body for joint stability and using breath patterns to facilitate the movement.  They offer clients a range of levels to accommodate differing abilities and are taught in a friendly and supportive environment.

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.