Philippa Lock


Philippa is a qualified Sports Therapist and a registered Osteopath with a Master’s degree from the London School of Osteopathy. She is a Certified Running Technique Specialist.

Philippa has worked extensively with both private clients and professional teams including the Fulham Football Team and the England Womens Rugby Squad. She has taught Sports Massage at the Raworth International College of Nutrition and Sports Therapy. Philippa uses the knowledge she has acquired through her extended study to enable her to treat a wide range of problems from the first niggle to more complex injuries. In the Run Lab she analyses running technique and offers unique training sessions to improve efficiency and reduce the risk of injury for runners of all abilities regardless of previous achievements or goals.

Ben Holland


Ben originally qualified as a Sports Therapist before completing his BSc (Hons) degree in Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy, becoming a fully qualified osteopath registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) in 2008.

Ben has focused large parts of his career on the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, but he also enjoys working with injuries from outside of a sporting environment - in particular helping those suffering with chronic headaches and neck pain.

Ben has been fortunate to work within a variety of clinical environments over the years, including professional sport. These collective experiences have enabled him to tailor his approach to help patients achieve a full and speedy recovery by adapting his treatment methods and advice for each individual, whatever their background or nature of their injury.

Theika Botterill


Theika is a sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from Southampton University. Working for over twenty years, she has a wealth of post-operative rehabilitation experience and a strong sporting background.

Theika has developed her sports and rehabilitation expertise by working in the NHS, with private clinics and sports teams. She has travelled in Europe and the UK with premier league hockey teams, and her experience of working directly with athletes has given her a deep understanding of the frustrations caused by injuries.

Theika’s philosophy places prevention above cure. Her approach focuses on optimising function and movement of your entire body to reduce injury. She offers a full range of physiotherapy  treatments including manual techniques, acupuncture and exercise advice to get you fully functional in as little time as possible.

Dani Forshaw


Dani is a Registered Dietitian graduating with a First-class BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Surrey.

Through her own training in endurance sport, Danielle became fascinated with the scientific interactions between nutrition, exercise and health. She is currently extending her knowledge by studying a MSc in Applied Sports Nutrition at St Mary’s University, London.

Danielle has worked with coaches, recreational and competitive endurance athletes to provide nutritional support that optimises training adaptations and performance.

As a clinical Dietitian in the NHS, Danielle has supported individuals with various conditions, including weight management, IBS and cardio-metabolic syndrome. By providing guidance on how to create a healthy, well-balanced diet and offering support from regular nutritional counselling, she helps individuals improve their health and wellbeing.

Helen Turner


Helen is a BASI qualified comprehensive Pilates teacher.  

Helen started practising Pilates after an accident in 2013 in which she fractured 7 vertebrae. Pilates formed an important part of her rehabilitation and she was able to return to running less than a year later. Having experienced the restorative benefits of Pilates first-hand, she was keen to share her enthusiasm and began teaching.  

Helen appreciates the importance of a strong and balanced body to maintain good form and endurance when running. But she also recognises the importance of this strength throughout our lives and daily activities, whether we spend our days predominantly sitting or standing. She believes everyone can benefit from a weekly dedicated core-strengthening routine to help restore the body, relieve back ache that so many suffer from and to prevent injury.