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.

Adele Cole

Soft Tissue and Remedial Sports Massage Therapist

Adele is qualified in Sports Massage (VTCT) as well as Prevention and Management of Sports Injuries (VTCT Level 3) and has been practising since 2013.

Adele has recently been accepted into the University of Hertfordshire to study Physiotherapy and for the past 9 months has been working as part of the Multi-Disciplinary Team

at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow.  Other experience includes working at Neo Massage Clinic Harley Street, working with Barnet FC and providing massage support to a Cycling tour from London to Cologne.

Adele is a keen sportswoman with a passion for yoga, running and netball and is experienced in strength and conditioning training.

One of her biggest achievements was running the Brighton Marathon in a time of 3hrs 37mins.  It is her passion for sport that led Adele into the world of sports massage therapy.

Using her first hand experience through sport, Adele is skilled in understanding and establishing the root cause of problems to be able to effectively work with clients to build a treatment

plan incorporating massage techniques, rehabilitation, exercise  and advice to ensure a full recovery and future injury prevention.

Sam Chapple

Osteopath

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

Physiotherapist

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.

Peter Dipple

Soft Tissue and Remedial Sports Massage Therapist.

Peter is qualified in Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage and Soft Tissue Therapy (BTEC level 5) and studied at the renowned London School of Sports Massage, he is also qualified in Deep Tissue, Acupressure, Thai, Swedish and Indian Head massage and has trained all over the world including Thailand, Hawaii, Arizona and most of Europe.

Peter’s unique blend of skills and techniques has led him to practice throughout the UK, Europe and the United States. He has worked extensively with Olympic, Paralympic and athletes from a variety of sports, including tennis, rugby, running, boxing, football, swimming, hockey as well as. He also has a breadth of experience treating people from non-sporting backgrounds with years of experience of working in a clinical environment.

Peter was head of sports massage and managed a number of massage therapists across 7 London clinics, lead therapist for Harpenden RFC and also currently works with the academy players for the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).

A key part of Peter’s work is establishing the root cause and muscle groups affected by injuries, providing massage and assisting with rehabilitation and future injury prevention. Peter believes that massage is a necessity, not a luxury and, as such, his technique often involves a bespoke approach, producing an individual and personal programme of treatment.

Chenine Bruley

Chenine Bruley BSc(Hons) MOst

Osteopath

Chenine graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Masters of Osteopathy. 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 cranial osteopathic techniques, which are particularly effective on children and in the treatment of headaches.

In her spare time Chenine enjoys swimming, cycling, pilates and is a keen dancer, participating in modern jive dancing in London and Hertfordshire.

Satu Jackson

Satu Jackson MSc Personalised Nutrition, DipION, mBANT, reg.CNHC

Nutritional Therapist

Satu has Masters in Personalised Nutrition with distinction from Center of Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Management, an arm of University of Middlesex, after previously dedicating 3 years to the programme pioneered by Patrick Holford, world-renowned nutritional guru, at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition. Satu applies Functional Medicine principals into her practice and is further completing certification to become a Certified Gluten Practitioner.

Nutrition and lifestyle choices play a critical role in recovery and sustainable wellbeing. Satu uses evidence-based personalised dietary and lifestyle recommendations to help the individuals to improve their health, sports performance, energy levels, and overall wellbeing for improved healthy longevity.

Knowing what to eat to suit our individual body needs and to satisfy our chosen lifestyle can be life changing and it can help you to take a step toward healthier you!