• Linda Knight

    I originally trained for a career in business (BSc Accounting and MBA) and for ten years I worked within the fields of Accounting, Finance and Trading (Crude Oil).  In 1996 my eldest child became critically ill and that changed my life.  I decided to put the health of my family at the centre of my more about Linda Knight >

  • Physiotherapy

    Chris Rawson

    I have always had a keen fascination with the body’s uniqueness and complexity and growing up have always needed physiotherapy for a variety of sporting injuries. Deciding to fulfill a career in physiotherapy for me was a no-brainer and something which I thoroughly enjoyed training for.   I am a graduate of the University Of Read More..

  • Nick Jordan

    Nick graduated with a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine at Surrey University, during his degree he worked as a sports massage therapist for 4 years getting an in-depth understanding of the causes of musculoskeletal pain.   Nick is also qualified in dry needling, and can apply this within his treatments too if appropriate and with permission. Using a Read More..

  • Chiropody Bookham

    Rikki Surey-Aves

    I am Rikki Surey-Aves and  I love what I do! I worked previously as a Foot Health Assistant in the NHS for 4 years, I knew working so closely with the Podiatrist’s there that this is what I wanted to do. I then took a break and worked as a carer for 2 years, realised Read More..

  • Pippin Hackett Physiotherapist Physiotherapy

    Pippin Hackett – Physiotherapist

    I graduated from the University of Southampton in 2002 with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy.  I spent 5 years working in NHS hospitals in Brighton and London.  I gained experience across a wide range of specialities all of which contribute to my understanding and amazement of how the body works and how we can Read More..

  • Cycling injury

    Jonathan Ellsmore

    Jonathan has been working as a fully qualified Sports Therapist since 2007; treating a variety of people from football players, runners, golfers and cyclists, to those suffering from work-related conditions. He is also a qualified Personal Trainer. I am a keen cyclist and in my spare time I can often be found whizzing along Surrey’s more about Jonathan Ellsmore >

  • Gail Pope

    I qualified as a Personal Trainer and Sports Therapist with Premier Training International in 2002 and have been working as a self employed Personal Trainer since then. In 2007 I decided to move into Pilates as well. In my work as a trainer I had realised the importance of ensuring the strength of our core more about Gail Pope >

  • Owen Rist

    OWEN RIST  (M.Ost) Owen  was awarded a distinction on graduating from the British School of Osteopathy with a ‘Master of Osteopathy’ (M.Ost) degree. He also achieved a BSc (Hons) degree in Exercise Science from Sheffield Hallam University, and holds a level 3 diploma in Sports Massage Therapy. He has a passion for natural health and more about Owen Rist >

  • Children's Osteopathy

    Jan Conheeney-Budleigh

      Jan is a Registered GOsC Osteopath. She trained in classical and structural osteopathy, qualifying with a first class honours degree in osteopathic medicine. She followed this with post-graduate training in the specialisms of paediatrics at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London and in cranial osteopathy via the Sutherland Cranial College. She was awarded more about Jan Conheeney-Budleigh >

  • Rachel Lambert

    Rachel first became interested in osteopathy after being impressed by a practitioner who helped get her better after she sustained a netball injury to her lower back. So when she decided to change her occupation, after having worked in the City for many years, she wanted to pursue this interest further and go back to more about Rachel Lambert >

  • Helen Bullen Osteopath Fine Fettle

    Helen Bullen

    Helen Bullen BSc (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine Managing Director and Owner of Fine Fettle Multi-healthcare I am a fully qualified GOsC registered Osteopath, Lecturer and Owner of Fine Fettle Multi-healthcare. Over the last 14 years I have gained much experience teaching Osteopaths, Sports therapists and Sports Masseurs. As well as owning Fine Fettle I own another more about Helen Bullen >

  • Hypnosis with Sue Ford at Fine Fettle Bookham

    Sue Ford

    Sue Ford C.Hyp, D.Hyp, CNLP I qualified from the Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy as a clinical hypnotherapist. I am also member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH). Since practising full time as a hypnotherapist and NLP coach my clients and their presenting problems have been varied and interesting, but they all have one more about Sue Ford >

  • Brett Harris

    Brett Harris M.A.R, D.Hyp, C.Hyp, CNLP Practitioner. After a decision back in 2000 to ‘learn something new’, Brett trained as a Reflexologist through the AoR   Association of Reflexologists  Having also successfully trained in Clinical Hypnotherapy, Brett is currently specialising in Reflexology, aiming to help promote relaxation and balance of the mind and body through an more about Brett Harris >

  • Alastair Hay

    Homeopathy Who is Alastair Hay aka ‘homeopathical’? When I get ill, and let’s face it, I’m human too, I try humour first. I feel that laughter is the best medicine. For me a close second is homeopathy. In my home we have no aspirin, no paracetamol, no antihistamines, no Alka Seltzer, no Piriton, no Calpol, more about Alastair Hay >

  • Ann James

    Ann James completed a three-year course of Alexander teacher training in 1998 and belongs to STAT (the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique – STAT members are bound by a code of professional conduct, hold professional indemnity insurance, and are CRB-checked. For ten years Ann was on STAT’s governing Council, editor of the more about Ann James >