KAT LOVE   BSc (Hons) Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, MBAcC    Whilst working in Asia with the VSO, the oriental approach to health and well being made a huge impact on Kat's views. On returning to the UK she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of Westminster.    She graduated 9 years ago and since then has been practicing in a variety of settings providing experience in a broad spectrum of conditions. During the period between 2007 and 2009 she focused mainly on women's health and fertility issues.    Whist maintaining her general practice Kat notes a particular interest in the treatment of insomnia, depression and mental health conditions.    She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and comfortably meets their requirements for continued professional development.    Kat can be contacted direct on 07904 953304, or via kat@katlovesacupuncture.co.uk

KAT LOVE

BSc (Hons) Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, MBAcC

Whilst working in Asia with the VSO, the oriental approach to health and well being made a huge impact on Kat's views. On returning to the UK she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of Westminster.

She graduated 9 years ago and since then has been practicing in a variety of settings providing experience in a broad spectrum of conditions. During the period between 2007 and 2009 she focused mainly on women's health and fertility issues.

Whist maintaining her general practice Kat notes a particular interest in the treatment of insomnia, depression and mental health conditions.

She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and comfortably meets their requirements for continued professional development.

Kat can be contacted direct on 07904 953304, or via kat@katlovesacupuncture.co.uk

  CAROLYN LINDSAY    BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc, MCSP, HCPC    Carolyn graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2001 and currently works in the NHS, private practice and as Associate Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam. Alongside treating general musculoskeletal problems, she has a special interest in spinal and pelvic conditions. This includes back, neck and pelvic girdle pain and dysfunction and problems related to the pelvic floor, bowel and bladder.    Postgraduate training has included; western medical acupuncture, fitness instructor training, spinal and pelvic manual therapy, massage and pelvic floor assessment and treatment. She also gained her MSc in Rehabilitation (Pelvic health) in 2013 from Bradford University.    She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She belongs to the organisations governing physiotherapy in acupuncture (AACP) and pelvic physiotherapy (POGP, formerly ACPWH). Further details about her specialist work can be found under the women's health physiotherapy tab, or on her personal website www.womenshealththerapy.co.uk    Carolyn can be contacted directly on 07722 897799, or via cflphysio@gmail.com

CAROLYN LINDSAY

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc, MCSP, HCPC

Carolyn graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2001 and currently works in the NHS, private practice and as Associate Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam. Alongside treating general musculoskeletal problems, she has a special interest in spinal and pelvic conditions. This includes back, neck and pelvic girdle pain and dysfunction and problems related to the pelvic floor, bowel and bladder.

Postgraduate training has included; western medical acupuncture, fitness instructor training, spinal and pelvic manual therapy, massage and pelvic floor assessment and treatment. She also gained her MSc in Rehabilitation (Pelvic health) in 2013 from Bradford University.

She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She belongs to the organisations governing physiotherapy in acupuncture (AACP) and pelvic physiotherapy (POGP, formerly ACPWH).
Further details about her specialist work can be found under the women's health physiotherapy tab, or on her personal website www.womenshealththerapy.co.uk

Carolyn can be contacted directly on 07722 897799, or via cflphysio@gmail.com

  PENNY DEMBO    BSc Nutritional Medicine, mBANT, CNHC registered    Penny, an experienced Nutritional Therapist, works closely with her clients to optimise their health though individual dietary programmes and support to make sustainable changes to meet their individual health goals.    Penny has always had a passion for cooking and eating delicious healthy food. Having worked for many years in the NHS as a Speech and Language Therapist, she decided to combine her interest in health and wellbeing with her love of food, by training as a Nutritional Therapist. She completed a degree course in Nutritional Medicine, graduating in 2009. She continues to update her knowledge and skills though regular continuing professional development (CPD) activities.    Penny has experience of nutritional approaches to a wide range of health problems, and has a particular interest in digestive and bowel health, and female health issues.    Penny is registered with Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC, the UK regulator set up by the Government to ensure that registered Therapists are fully trained), and follows the code of practice of her professional association, the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).    You can contact Penny direct on 0114 258 0901, visit www.lifelong-nutrition.co.uk or email nutrition.lifelong@googlemail.com

PENNY DEMBO

BSc Nutritional Medicine, mBANT, CNHC registered

Penny, an experienced Nutritional Therapist, works closely with her clients to optimise their health though individual dietary programmes and support to make sustainable changes to meet their individual health goals.

Penny has always had a passion for cooking and eating delicious healthy food. Having worked for many years in the NHS as a Speech and Language Therapist, she decided to combine her interest in health and wellbeing with her love of food, by training as a Nutritional Therapist. She completed a degree course in Nutritional Medicine, graduating in 2009. She continues to update her knowledge and skills though regular continuing professional development (CPD) activities.

Penny has experience of nutritional approaches to a wide range of health problems, and has a particular interest in digestive and bowel health, and female health issues.

Penny is registered with Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC, the UK regulator set up by the Government to ensure that registered Therapists are fully trained), and follows the code of practice of her professional association, the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).

You can contact Penny direct on 0114 258 0901, visit www.lifelong-nutrition.co.uk or email nutrition.lifelong@googlemail.com

 
  CAROLINE WEEKS - Integrative counsellor and Psychotherapist   MSc Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, PGDip, MBACP BA (Hons) Education  Caroline is a fully qualified, experienced integrative counsellor/psychotherapist who works creatively to tailor therapy to the unique needs and personality of the individual. She is a warm, empathic and approachable person who provides a safe space for client’s to explore their challenges, at their own pace with respect, openness and without judgment.  Caroline has worked with young people and adults from sixteen to seventy five years of age, with full time carers, as well as adults with learning difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and physical disabilities. Clients have presented with a range of personal issues including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, childhood and adult trauma, domestic abuse, identity issues, low self-esteem & low confidence, self-injuring behaviour, loss, stress and burnout, and alcohol and substance misuse.  Caroline is a member of the BACP, working towards BACP accreditation, with several years counselling experience. She has an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (distinction level) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology, as well as a BA Hons in Education. She is developing her expertise in the area of resilience in health care professionals and continues her professional development by attending regular training.  Caroline can be contacted direct on: 07866757033 c.weekspsychotherapy@outlook.com

CAROLINE WEEKS - Integrative counsellor and Psychotherapist

MSc Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, PGDip, MBACP
BA (Hons) Education

Caroline is a fully qualified, experienced integrative counsellor/psychotherapist who works creatively to tailor therapy to the unique needs and personality of the individual. She is a warm, empathic and approachable person who provides a safe space for client’s to explore their challenges, at their own pace with respect, openness and without judgment.

Caroline has worked with young people and adults from sixteen to seventy five years of age, with full time carers, as well as adults with learning difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and physical disabilities. Clients have presented with a range of personal issues including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, childhood and adult trauma, domestic abuse, identity issues, low self-esteem & low confidence, self-injuring behaviour, loss, stress and burnout, and alcohol and substance misuse.

Caroline is a member of the BACP, working towards BACP accreditation, with several years counselling experience. She has an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (distinction level) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology, as well as a BA Hons in Education. She is developing her expertise in the area of resilience in health care professionals and continues her professional development by attending regular training.

Caroline can be contacted direct on: 07866757033
c.weekspsychotherapy@outlook.com

  RACHEL DAVISON - SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST   BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Sports Massage Therapist. MCSP, HCPC  Rachel qualified from Sheffield Hallam University in 2012. An enthusiastic road cyclist and trail runner she has a keen interest in the manipulation and management of soft tissue and it’s benefits towards the physical condition of those who lead an active lifestyle. She also offers treatment to non-sporting individuals who recognise and value the physical, physiological and psychological benefits of massage, and can adapt techniques to suit individual requirements.  Since qualifying as a Physiotherapist she has gained further postgraduate training as a Sports Massage Therapist. Rachel is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.  You can contact Rachel direct on 07737 031583, visit www.rsdsportsmassage.com or email rachel.davison@outlook.com

RACHEL DAVISON - SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Sports Massage Therapist. MCSP, HCPC

Rachel qualified from Sheffield Hallam University in 2012. An enthusiastic road cyclist and trail runner she has a keen interest in the manipulation and management of soft tissue and it’s benefits towards the physical condition of those who lead an active lifestyle. She also offers treatment to non-sporting individuals who recognise and value the physical, physiological and psychological benefits of massage, and can adapt techniques to suit individual requirements.

Since qualifying as a Physiotherapist she has gained further postgraduate training as a Sports Massage Therapist. Rachel is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

You can contact Rachel direct on 07737 031583, visit www.rsdsportsmassage.com or email rachel.davison@outlook.com

  SARAH GILBERTSON - SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST & PILATES INSTRUCTOR   LLB, HDipSal, MFHT, YMCA Pilates, REPs  Sarah started out with the intention of practicing Law, however, her love of sport and the outdoors led her to the Alps for ten years, and later on to qualifying as a ski instructor.  More recently she has become a keen trail runner, starting with the Couch to 5k programme, of which she is a strong advocate.  Sarah has experienced first hand the therapeutic and physical benefits of Sports Massage and Pilates, using them both over the years and in particular after undergoing back surgery. This led to her qualifying as a Sports Massage Therapist as well as a Modern Pilates Instructor and she now works full time in the beautiful Peak District.  Since qualifying Sarah has worked alongside some amazing Physiotherapists in private practice, providing soft tissue massage as part of the patient’s overall treatment plan.  Sarah treats a broad range of people from octogenarians who run half marathons to triathletes and those suffering from functional or occupational aches and pains, to keep everyone injury and pain free during their day to day activities.  During the summer months she can be found supporting a variety of sporting events, providing massage at IronMan competitions, Superhero Tri and Dark and White Events.  Sarah is committed to her continued professional learning and has recently completed courses in Sports and Deep Massage for the Neck, Spinal Diagnostics, Trigger Point Therapy and Kinesiology Taping.  She is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and the Register of Exercise Professionals and holds an Outdoor Emergency First Aid Certificate and Enhanced DBS Disclosure.  Sarah can be contacted directly on 077202 58878, email sarah@sgsportsmassage.com or visit www.sgsportsmassage.com

SARAH GILBERTSON - SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST & PILATES INSTRUCTOR

LLB, HDipSal, MFHT, YMCA Pilates, REPs

Sarah started out with the intention of practicing Law, however, her love of sport and the outdoors led her to the Alps for ten years, and later on to qualifying as a ski instructor.  More recently she has become a keen trail runner, starting with the Couch to 5k programme, of which she is a strong advocate.

Sarah has experienced first hand the therapeutic and physical benefits of Sports Massage and Pilates, using them both over the years and in particular after undergoing back surgery. This led to her qualifying as a Sports Massage Therapist as well as a Modern Pilates Instructor and she now works full time in the beautiful Peak District.

Since qualifying Sarah has worked alongside some amazing Physiotherapists in private practice, providing soft tissue massage as part of the patient’s overall treatment plan.  Sarah treats a broad range of people from octogenarians who run half marathons to triathletes and those suffering from functional or occupational aches and pains, to keep everyone injury and pain free during their day to day activities.

During the summer months she can be found supporting a variety of sporting events, providing massage at IronMan competitions, Superhero Tri and Dark and White Events.

Sarah is committed to her continued professional learning and has recently completed courses in Sports and Deep Massage for the Neck, Spinal Diagnostics, Trigger Point Therapy and Kinesiology Taping.

She is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and the Register of Exercise Professionals and holds an Outdoor Emergency First Aid Certificate and Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

Sarah can be contacted directly on 077202 58878, email sarah@sgsportsmassage.com or visit www.sgsportsmassage.com