The Team

James Harvey, B.Ost - Osteopath

James graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2004. Since then he has owned and run several large osteopathic clinics in Yorkshire. James specialises in the treatment of Frozen Shoulder using the Neil Asher technique along with having a keen interest in problems arising from the neck.

Liz Connors, B.Ost - Osteopath

Liz graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2008. Liz has worked in a variety of private and NHS clinics in Yorkshire and London. She has a keen interest in using clinical acupuncture in her treatment along with some of the more traditional osteopathic techniques.

Mireille - Alexander Technique

Mireille is a STAT registered Alexander Technique teacher, having completed 3 years full- time training at Brighton Alexander Technique College.

Alexander Technique is a gentle, detailed approach to how you move and react that helps with pain, stress and movement issues. It is an educational tool, not a therapy, so you don’t need to have a health problem to benefit from it. You can also use it to improve performance in an activity you enjoy, or to feel more ease of movement and calmness.

Mireille has a particular interest in chronic pain, and her work is informed by latest evidence on what really works long-term for persistent pain.

To learn more about the Technique and Mireille see

One-to-one or one-to-two lessons available.  

Leanda Hughes - Stott Pilates Advances Matwork & Stotts Pilates Reformer Instructor

Leanda has been teaching dance and fitness since she was 18 which is unbelievably 31 years!  She has previously taught aerobics, aqua, gym work, Pilates, power walking, outdoor fitness, dance classes and movement through the KFA. She has taught in the UK and around the world. Her initial training was with the KFA ( Keep fit association) and then the YMCA.

She discovered Stotts Pilates when she first moved back to Norfolk in 2007. Known as the ivy league of Pilates STOTT PILATES education method is unparalleled in the industry for its thoroughness and quality. The training has often been called the “Ivy League” of Pilates education.It uses a contemporary approach to the original Pilates method based on modern principles of exercise science and rehabilitation. 

Training through them increased my knowledge and understanding of the body and the positive effect pilates has on it.

"I can’t praise the benefits of pilates enough. I have seen so many individuals resort movement to their spine and body, it has been life changing for some. I would recommend everyone to take a pilates class alongside their daily fitness routine or as part of their working week."

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