Meet our practitioners Wellbeing made simple

Kirsten McCarron

As Kirsten knows from personal experience, Pilates is so much more than just a workout. When tailored correctly, it can act as a preventative and rehabilitative method for different types of injuries e.g. back, hip and neck pain. If you have a specific injury or goal in mind, Kirsten will create regimes aimed at assisting you on the road to recovery, modifying exercises to ensure accessibility for all levels. When healed, you can then join in on one of Kirsten’s group classes for a more general, rather than targeted, session.

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18th march 2022

Pilates, the what, the why and how small movements can make a big change...

Originally introduced in the 1920’s by physical trainer Joseph Pilates, Pilates is now an engendered form of exercise around the world. Despite being initially designed to assist injured athletes and…

6th january 2022

An Introduction to Osteopathy: The Practice and its Benefits

The system of techniques osteopaths use is all designed to aid your body in healing itself. Practitioners use massage to release and relax muscles, joint articulation to improve range of motion, stretching to increase flexibility in muscles and joints, and high-velocity thrusts to adjust (or crack) and realign the spine.