Find out a little about our practitioners, and which is the best fit for YOU.
. Clinical Director .
Ewen gained a strong interest in all matters therapy after competing internationally in cycling from a young age. He learned the importance of physical maintenance and wellbeing in staying on top of your goals, and carried this philosophy into his practice. Ewen is a fifth year Osteopathy student and has a great interest and understanding in sports & occupational injury assessment, treatment, prehabilitation, rehabilitation, and all steps in between.
Ewen specialises in analysing your functional or sports specific movement, before implementing Osteopathic techniques such as massage and Joint mobilisation to treat your pain.
Once you are pain free, Ewen continues by setting an achievable and progressive rehabilitation programme in order to get you back on your feet stronger & more empowered than you ever were before.
Connie Masini Amena
. Osteopath .
Connie is a recently graduated Osteopath, having studied a Bachelors of Osteopathy at The College of Osteopaths Staffordshire on their 5 year BSc Hons course.
Varied in her approach, Connie believes in emotional stress creating physical symptoms throughout the body, a somatic response. Her biodynamic approach not only relieves pain and discomfort but promotes increased movement and function throughout the body as a whole.
When not studying or working, Connie enjoys hiking, swimming, bike riding, travelling and hanging out with her pet terrapin, Mushy Pea!
. Sports Massage Therapist .
Ryan has surrounded himself with sport from an early age, with a particular love for football and golf. His growing interest in maximising sports performance led him to completing a degree in Sport and Exercise Science.
In a bid to further his education, Ryan has gone on to qualify as a personal trainer, as well as a massage therapist, and is now studying to qualify as an exercise referral specialist.
Ryan works with clients from elite level athletes, to those aiming to extend their years enjoying their daily activities such as gardening or walking their dog, and strongly lives by the old fashioned adage of ‘prevention is better than cure’.