Charlene trained at the North London School of Sports Massage and Body Control Pilates and is a full member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage (ISRM) and the Body Control Pilates Association (BCPA).
Having sustained a long list of injuries during professional Dance training in the 1990's, Charlene understands the frustration and restrictions caused by injury and pain.
Charlene is passionate about the use of Clinical Pilates for both injury prevention and rehabilitation. She qualified as a Certified Pilates Teacher at Body Control Pilates in London, and has since undertaken further training in Pilates for Breast Cancer, Pilates for Hypermobility, Pilates for Scoliosis (spinal curvature); and Pilates for the Older Person (incorporating Hip/Knee arthritis/replacement and Neurological Conditions). She also holds additional Level 3 qualifications in Pregnancy & Post Natal Pilates and Pilates for Bone Health (Osteoporosis/Osteopenia).
Since graduating in Sports/Remedial Massage in 2006, Charlene has practised sports massage at Chelmsford Chiropractic Clinic, Bannatynes Health Club, Topnotch Gym Blackfriars and at various sporting events including the London Marathon.
Charlene teaches Pilates classes on Tuesday mornings and evenings and on Thursday mornings, and is available for private appointments on Mon & Weds early afternoons.
Eleanor graduated as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2014. She then went on to train at the London School of Sports Massage and is a member of the Institute of Sport & Remedial Massage. She first became interested in Sports Massage after finding it aided her recovery after running, and it became apparent how well it would complement her skills as a Physiotherapist.
Eleanor takes a person centred approach and tailors her treatment to the individual. She is very committed to continuing professional development and regularly attends courses to help expand her knowledge and develop her skills further.
During the day Eleanor works as a Physiotherapist for a rehabilitation company.
Eleanor is available here as a Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist on Wednesday evenings from 6.20pm.
Neil trained at the North London School of Sports Massage and STOTT Pilates and is a full member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage (ISRM),
With a background in Athletics, Gymnastics and Martial Arts followed by a career as a Firefighter, Neil understands the strain put on the body both in physical training and in day to day life and work.
Neil is fascinated by the body’s ability to produce compensation patterns very quickly following injury, or over a period of time from poor postural habits. He holds an additional qualification as a Biomechanics Coach™ and is able to screen for a number of ‘hidden’ compensations which can cause injury and pain elsewhere in the body. This enables him to target specific problem areas and prescribe simple ‘take home’ exercises to help rebalance the body, thus in many cases facilitating a quicker and longer lasting recovery and aiding the prevention of further injuries.
Neil qualified as a Certified Pilates Teacher with Stott Pilates in London, and enjoys bringing the benefits of Pilates to the male population with his 'Men Only' class in addition to his mixed classes. Since qualifying, Neil has undertaken further training in Pilates for Osteoporosis/Osteopenia, and Pilates for Pregnancy and Post Natal. In addition to Pilates, Neil will be offering Personal Training later in 2017.
Since graduating in Sports/Remedial Massage in 2006, Neil has practised sports massage at Fore Street Osteopathic Clinic, One Addison Complementary Health Clinic, Fitness First Leyton and at various sporting events including the London Marathon and 24 hour endurance event Spitfire Scramble.
Neil teaches Pilates classes on Monday mornings and evenings, Wednesday morning and evenings, Thursday evenings, and Friday mornings, and is available for private appointments on Tuesday mornings, Wednesday early morning and mid afternoon, Thursday all day, Fridays from 11am through to evening and Saturdays 7am-1pm.