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Beyond Health Location In Parsons Green

Parsons Green

3rd Floor Brigade House
8 Parsons Green
London
SW6 4TN

Beyond Health Location in Queen's Park

Queen's Park

2nd Floor
105-109 Salusbury Road
London
NW6 6RG

Beyond Health Location in Queen's Park

Jesse's House

8-10 Heathmans Road
Parsons Green
London
SW6 4TJ

About Us

At Beyond Health, you’ll experience a positive, caring and knowledgeable team who work together to achieve your goals.

We have a right person, right time philosophy. We are committed to ensuring you are cared for by the clinician or clinicians with the perfect skills and attributes to achieve your goals. Should we ever think additional opinion or intervention might be valuable, we have an unmatched external network with London’s top consultants and diagnostic facilities to call on.

Aarie Verwey

Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

Aarie hails from Dunedin New Zealand and has moved to London in September 2023 after travelling for 7 months.

He has always loved living an active life, playing high-level hockey in New Zealand as well as enjoying other activities like golf, surfing, hiking and triathlon.

Through this love and the rehabilitation of his own injuries, Aarie was drawn to physiotherapy and completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2019.

Since then Aarie has worked in private practices in New Zealand over the past 3 years working with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions finding particular interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of hockey and running injuries.

In his spare time Aarie still plays hockey, enjoys running and plans to continue travelling to new and exciting places around the UK and Europe.

Adam Ouston

Physiotherapist

Location: Queen's Park

Adam graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a degree in Sport and Physical Activity, followed by a Masters in Physiotherapy from The Robert Gordon University. His studies have deepened his knowledge of clinical assessment, treatment techniques, and understanding of musculoskeletal conditions.

Two years of experience in rotational roles within the NHS helped build a solid foundation of knowledge in various physiotherapy settings. Additionally, he served as a semi-professional team physiotherapist for a well renowned rugby team in Scotland, ensuring positive outcomes in acute injury management. His clinical interests include running-related injuries and lower limb injuries, though he enjoys a challenge from all areas of the body.

Adam’s diverse experience also includes working in clinics in New Zealand, where he sharpened his skills in managing sports injuries, and at an international ski resort based in Japan, where he deepened his understanding of ski and snowboard-related injuries. Through hands-on practice in these settings, he managed to cultivate a comprehensive approach to injury management and prevention, ensuring the well-being of athletes and enthusiasts alike.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys an active lifestyle, regularly participating in outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, and snowboarding. He maintains his fitness through gym sessions and long-distance running, having completed both the Edinburgh Half and Full Marathon. Adam values the role of physical activity in preserving a high quality of life. He looks forward to exploring his new found home in London whilst continuing his passion for adventure sports.

Adam Ouston

Alex Fugallo

Osteopath / Co-Founder

Location: Parsons Green

Alex has 33 years of experience in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal problems. He is dedicated to providing high quality and innovative treatments for his patients and the desire to be at the cutting edge of his chosen field.

Alex has taught osteopathic technique at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine MSc course for 25 years and guest lectured on the MSc Manipulative Physiotherapy course at UCL. He regularly teaches and examines for the London School of Sports Massage and runs his own myofascial release course. He has a passion for learning and colleagues frequently refer patients with complex musculoskeletal problems to him.

As a former international sprinter for 10 years, he has a special interest in elite sport, which has led to him consulting for UK Athletics, West Ham FC, Saracens RFC as well as working on the ATP tennis tour and at the Paralympic Games. He still trains and coaches, evaluating new ideas and approaches, which informs his practice.

Alex Mason

Physiotherapist / Clinical Manager

Location: Parsons Green

Originally from New Zealand, Alex graduated with a physiotherapy degree from the University of Otago School of Physiotherapy in 2010. He worked in the private sector for the first three years of his career treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions, developing a sound knowledge base and critical understanding of injury presentation. While still in New Zealand, Alex’s passion for sports rehabilitation led him to work with regional and national rugby teams and the New Zealand youth football academy, in a physiotherapist-sport medic role.

In 2014 Alex moved to London where he has continued his physiotherapy career working in various private clinics around the city and studying the latest evidence-based approach to treatment. This lead to Alex completing his training in Shockwave Therapy, which he provides at Beyond Health.

Alex is also an avid golfer and is studying swing/body movement biomechanics with the Titleist Performance Institute. He offers a golf-specific biomechanical screen here at Beyond Health for those looking to improve their form on and off the course.

After fifteen years in the industry, Alex firmly believes the best results are achieved when both injury-specific and contributing personal lifestyle factors are addressed throughout the treatment journey. He has a very hands-on style to treatment – employing several techniques including myofascial release, neural mobilisation, spinal manipulation, and postural correction.

Christos Stefanadis

Massage Therapist

Location: Parsons Green

Christos graduated with a Bachelor in Kinesiotherapy from the National Sports Academy of Bulgaria in 2000. He has gained experience in various hospitals working with patients from orthopaedics, cardiovascular, respiratory, neurology, paediatrics and Sports medicine departments.

Since 2002 Christos focused his practice on sports rehabilitation, treating professionals including the Greek National team of Athletics, the Greek National squad of Gymnastics. He also participated in the 2004 Olympics as a member of the Greek National Gymnastics team. He also worked within various professional volleyball clubs.

Christos also tutored soft tissue therapy and sports massage for 8 years in Athens.

Since 2010 Christos is based in London working in various Clinics, treating a wide range of individual clients from elite athletes, as part of their training build-up, to City workers, Bankers and those needing to maintain flexibility and mobility to enable them to get through each day. Christos has outstanding experience and expertise in sports massage treatments and sports rehabilitation.

Cameryn Titus

Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical Pilates Instructor

Location: Parsons Green - currently on maternity leave

Prior to pursuing a career in physiotherapy, Cameryn trained as a classical ballet dancer. She spent summers training with schools such as American Ballet Theatre, Boston Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, and Alonzo King LINES Ballet. During this time, she was introduced to physiotherapy and Pilates. Cameryn’s pursuit of combining her passion for dance with the science of movement and rehabilitation began.

In 2013 Cameryn received her Doctorate in Physiotherapy from the University of the Pacific, California. She began working at Enloe Medical Centre, running the Total Joint Replacement Program, and as the primary physiotherapist in the trauma surgery and orthopaedic ward. Cameryn then transitioned to homecare physiotherapy, treating patients with various diagnoses, including generalised weakness, chronic pain, cancer, neurological conditions, orthopaedic rehabilitation and cardiopulmonary diseases.

Cameryn has worked with dancers in Northern California and recently, in the West End, progressing them through injury rehabilitation and helping them train safely and more effectively by providing education on dance injury prevention and movement and technique analysis.

Cameryn has continued her education in this field by participating in the Dance Medicine Practicum Series at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and becoming certified as an APPI Pilates mat and large equipment instructor.

As a result of her ongoing education, professional experiences and passion for dance, Cameryn is a highly motivated practitioner who loves to help dancers and non-dancers alike reach their fitness, health and wellbeing goals.

Gerard Garrote Sayo

Massage Therapist

Location: Queen's Park & Parsons Green

Gerard’s interest in massage therapy stems from his sporting background having been a long-distance runner since his childhood, he has also recently completed ultramarathons in UTMB World Series. From his own experience, he became interested in how the body reacts to certain techniques following injury. Throughout Gerard’s career, he has worked with a variety of clients from athletes suffering from recurrent injuries to desk workers suffering from muscular pain.

Harriet Gaudin

Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

After growing up in rural New Zealand, Harriet obtained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree through the University of Otago in 2019. She then worked in a private practice for three years in Mount Maunganui, where she encountered a range of different musculoskeletal conditions across a vast population group.

During this time, Harriet enjoyed working extensively with regional rugby and hockey teams. These roles consisted of being side-line as a medic, liaising with team management and facilitating player rehab from injury right to return to play.

Arriving in the UK in May last year, Harriet has since been working as a locum in the NHS. Predominately these roles have been in MSK outpatient departments, working with patients with acute and chronic injuries, as well as those who are post-op.

Harriet values the numerous benefits an active lifestyle provides. She herself enjoys running and strength training, both in the gym and Pilates studio. Within her physio management, Harriet aims to appreciate what is most important for her clients and facilitate their rehab physiotherapy accordingly.

In addition to keeping fit, Harriet loves to watch rugby, travel, surf and explore great coffee spots when out of the clinic.

James Lee

Physiotherapist / Clinical Manager

Location: Parsons Green

James has a wealth of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the NHS, elite sport and private practice. He started his journey studying a Sport Rehabilitation degree before completing a Masters in Physiotherapy.

James’ passion lies within endurance sport and has seen him work with recreational to professional athletes in triathlon, running and cycling.  In summer 2022, James worked at the Commonwealth games supporting the athletes with physiotherapy provision working some of the worlds best athletes.  James has supported novice athletes from injury to first time marathon, ultra distance events and up to Ironman distance triathlons.  He also works with GB Age group athletes providing physiotherapy support and performance strength programmes. James has worked in both academy football and rugby.

James is a keen skier and therefore has a good understanding of the strength requirements and preparation for skiing. He regularly works with patients returning to skiing following injuries such as ACL reconstructions.

James has an eye for detail within the rehabilitation process.  He focuses on objective outcome measures to ensure the process is data-driven and accurate, setting a baseline and constantly re-evaluating in the injury journey ensuring no stone is left unturned.

Outside of work you’ll find James training for a triathlon, weight training and skiing.  Along with watching sport and attending live music gigs with friends.

Joseph Lawrence

Co-Founder / Managing Director

Location: Queen's Park & Parsons Green

Joseph’s passion for sport and fitness across the board, dove-tailed with his clinical interests in injury rehabilitation, strength & conditioning, nutrition and wellness have earned him the reputation of a thought leader in the musculoskeletal health and fitness industries.

With 20 years experience at the leading edge of physiotherapy and a hunger for continual acquisition of knowledge and best practice, Joseph is highly respected in the sports medicine community. The quality of this professional network is critically important for the top quality care of his clients.

Joseph has a huge client following based on excellent advice and excellent results. Whether it be quick fixes of pain or a complete overhaul of people musculoskeletal health, he loves solving your problems.

When Joseph is not busy in the clinic he is either sneaking a good coffee, exercising, on the south coast kitesurfing or in the alps skiing.

“I have real passion for problem solving complex presentations. I believe broad, integrative knowledge and advice based on good science is the key to long lasting solutions. I also firmly believe that exercise is medicine for the body and the mind!”

Katy van’tSchip

Physiotherapist / Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

Originally from Canada, Katy graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia after completing a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She developed a passion for both musculoskeletal and pelvic health physiotherapy early on in her career, and underwent further course work to specialise as a pelvic health physiotherapist to integrate her interests into practice. Katy employs a holistic approach to assessment, tying in her knowledge of the pelvic floor to form a uniquely comprehensive treatment style for her clients.

Katy particularly enjoys treating pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, peri and postmenopausal symptoms, diastasis recti and bowel dysfunction. She strives to help her pelvic health patients get back to their sport and exercise goals and has a particular passion for the return to running process. Katy also sees a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and has an interest in running and sports injuries, post-surgical rehab, upper and lower limb conditions, and spinal injuries. Katy strives to make her sessions goal-oriented and individualised, and to understand everyone’s “why” behind their recovery journey.

When not in the clinic, Katy can be found traveling, hiking, strength training, or eating her way through London.

Katy is a member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapist (POGP) and of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP).

Katherine Amps

Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

Katherine Graduated from Loughborough University in 2019 with a first class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science, before completing her Physiotherapy MSc at Brunel University.

Katherine has spent a year working with the British Army and is now splitting her time between Beyond Health and Harlequins Rugby Club where she works as a Physiotherapist covering a variety of MSK related conditions, post operative rehabilitation, concussions and emergency life support.

Katherine played hockey for both Reading hockey club and Loughborough university, before taking up triathlon and has recently returned from the ironman 70.3 world championships as well as representing Great Britain in the recent Middle Distance European Championships.

Katherine’s approach to physiotherapy is holistic, taking into account each patients unique needs and goals. She uses a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to help her patients recover from injury, manage pain and improve their overall physical function.

Lauren Castledine-Wolfe

Physiotherapist / Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

Originally from South Africa, Lauren graduated in 2006 from Oxford Brookes University with a 1st class honours degree in Physiotherapy. She has since worked as a Senior Physiotherapist within the NHS, and also within the private sector for over 16 years.

Possessing a wide range of clinical skills, Lauren is trained in Acupuncture and has also trained with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute since 2007, where she achieved her Matwork instructors qualification.

Lauren is passionate about treating a variety of conditions, including those of upper and lower limbs as well as spinal injuries. She is particularly interested in sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation as well as Women’s health whereby she is trained through the POGP in treating female urinary incontinence, prolapse, as well as ante-and post-natal. Over and above this, she is committed to her patients overall health and wellbeing, striving to improve their quality of life through encouraging healthy lifestyle choices. This is strengthened through her study in Health Coaching with the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Lauren uses many treatment techniques to ensure optimal benefit for all her patients. Such treatments include acupuncture, soft tissue work, joint manual therapy, taping, electrotherapy, clinical Pilates & strength and conditioning training. Part of every consultation with Lauren involves educating about your condition, informing about its root cause and empowering you to manage it as well as possible.

Keeping fit is very important to Lauren. She has swum competitively in the past and played lacrosse for Kent. She goes to the gym regularly, swims, cycles and of course practices what she preaches with regular Pilates and Yoga.

Kenzy Cooper

Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical Pilates Instructor

Location: Parsons Green

Hailing from Wellington, New Zealand, Kenzy Cooper relocated to London in September 2023.

Kenzy studied at Auckland University of Technology, where she earned a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Since then, she has amassed extensive experience in both private and public healthcare settings, managing a spectrum of injuries from acute to chronic, and pre- to post-surgical care.

A former national-level netball player for New Zealand, Kenzy’s active lifestyle extends to running, hiking, water skiing, and Pilates. Her journey into Pilates began as a personal remedy for her own injuries during her studies, igniting a passion that propelled her to become a certified instructor alongside her physiotherapy training. Additionally, Kenzy is a certified sports massage therapist.

Kenzy combines her expertise in physiotherapy with a fervent passion for Pilates to help individuals achieve their peak physical potential. She has taught at multiple Pilates studios across the United Kingdom and New Zealand. She adeptly caters to individuals of all skill levels.

With a keen interest in pelvic and women’s health, Kenzy is passionate about empowering individuals to achieve optimal functionality and strength, ensuring they lead healthy, robust lives. Whether guiding a novice through their first Pilates session or helping an athlete recover from injury, Kenzy is committed to elevating her clients wellness and performance by integrating first class physiotherapy and Pilates into their lives.

Madi Dillon

Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical Pilates Instructor

Location: Parsons Green

Madi graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2017 and has spent the last five years working in a private practice in Auckland, New Zealand. She worked with a variety of injuries from acute to chronic, post-surgical and sport-related.

Madi was an assistant teacher on dry needling courses in New Zealand for a year before making her move to London, in April 2023. She has been an APPI Pilates Instructor for four year and loves teaching and helping others connect to their bodies. A highlight in her career was being a technical consultant and presenter for Les Mills Shapes which is inspired by Pilates, Power Yoga and Barre.

She strongly believes in a holistic and goal orientated approach and uses a range of techniques including manual therapy, myofascial release, dry needling, lymphatics and breath-work to help clients achieve their goals.

Throughout her own journey with injuries, she has found valuable life lessons, and also about how to connect to her body. Connecting the mind to the body and using a holistic approach changed her own life in profound ways and she uses this holistic approach and her own insight to guide and help others.

Marcus Mangan

Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical S&C Instructor

Location: Queen's Park

Originally from Ireland, Marcus graduated from Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy in 2015. He completed an internship at the world-renowned Stanford University in California, working in the sports medicine department with Division 1 collegiate athletes competing in their American football, wrestling, baseball, lacrosse, and swimming teams. Following that he worked in private practice before making the move to London to undertake his MSc in Physiotherapy at Kings College.

Marcus is devoted to developing his understanding of the human body so that he can help patients to achieve their best possible outcomes. His passion is promoting physical activity for people of all ages, abilities and ultimately optimising human performance. Marcus has a particular interest in knee injuries and uses an evidence-based approach to strength and conditioning for athletes returning to sport. He is currently writing his dissertation on and developing a clinical framework for movement retraining after ACL reconstruction.

Marcus played his native Gaelic football to an elite level and understands injury rehabilitation, from both the player’s and therapist’s perspective. When Marcus isn’t in the clinic you can probably find him at Gaelic football, in the gym or practicing BJJ with his friends.

Melanie Byrant

Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical Pilates Instructor

Location: Parsons Green

Melanie qualified as a Physiotherapist with a BSc Honours degree in South Africa over 20 years ago. She has worked in private practice throughout her career, specialising in treating back and neck pain, sports injuries and ante- and post-natal musculoskeletal conditions.

Melanie has worked with Esher Rugby club and England Touch Rugby to gain valuable experience on the sporting pitch. She herself was a keen hockey and tennis player, and more recently was involved in triathlon.

She has a clinical interest in rehabilitation for pelvic, back, and neck pain and postural correction, incorporating her Pilates-based knowledge into her programs to allow patients to achieve more efficient movement patterns and return to function. She also enjoys doing post operative rehabilitation, especially knees and hips including ACL rehabilitation. She is a fully certified APPI Mat and Equipment Master Trainer, and has a passion to use this knowledge to re-educate movement and improve fitness.

Mel is also interested in helping pregnant ladies with any musculoskeletal issues they may develop, and helping in the rehabilitation and recovery postnatally, including diastasis recti rehabilitation. Her goal is to allow you to return to your full functional capacity following injury or deconditioning.

Mick Habgood

Biomechanical Podiatrist

Location: Parsons Green

Mick Habgood MChS is an Australian (Sydney) trained Podiatrist who specialises in treating biomechanical and orthopaedic injuries of the lower leg. Having always been involved heavily in sports, Mick initially completed a degree in sports science but soon moved into the more specialised field of Sports / Biomechanical Podiatry after working alongside the sports medicine team at the Sydney Swans Australian Football Club.

Arriving in London in 2007, it was the exposure to working with world-class orthopaedic foot & ankle surgeons as well as the beginnings of a long professional collaboration within the European ski industry that directed Mick towards his current interests. The techniques learned from optimising the “static foot posture” within the rigid ski boot, combined with those of post-surgical orthotic management has lead to his current involvement within the UK’s cycling elite. The Londoner’s continued passion for recreational running however, has ensured an ever-evolving interest in running / foot biomechanics and the huge importance of optimising running technique to improve performance and being injury-free.

Mick has also recently launched Mík.Fit. Mík.Fit produces 3D printed, carbon-fibre laid, fully customised cycling shoes and cycling specific foot orthotics – the finest fully customised foot orthotics for cycling in the world.

Mick is currently the Biomechanical Podiatrist of the professional UCI team EF Pro Cycling. He is working with Team GB’s track and road squads across both the able-bodied and Paralympics as well as USA Cycling’s Men’s and Women’s Track teams. Over the years, Mick has worked with athletes from British Sprint Kayaking, the Long-Track Japanese Olympic Cycling team as well as an increasingly long list of individual cyclists right across the Grand Tours.

Mick Habgood Podiatris

Samuel Harry

Physiotherapist

Location: Parsons Green

Sam graduated from St. Mary’s University with a degree in Sport Rehabilitation in 2015 and gained invaluable experience working in multidisciplinary clinics before returning to study for his Physiotherapy MSc. This study further deepened his knowledge of clinical assessment, treatment techniques, and understanding of chronic conditions.

“Injuries are commonly caused by underlying compensations, which can be easily missed. Understanding and pairing these compensations with bespoke exercises to strengthen an individual’s weakened areas is vital to ensure a full recovery and enhanced quality of life.”

Sam’s clinical interests are running-related injuries, lower limb injuries and lower back pain in clients from all walks of life, from Olympic athletes to office workers.

He believes in a healthy and balanced lifestyle and the importance of being able to move to maintain an excellent quality of life. Sam practices what he preaches with his love for cooking good food and staying active by running, going to the gym and taking a ski trip (at least!) once a year!

Yasmin Milne

Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical Pilates Instructor

Location: Queen's Park

Choosing Sports Physiotherapy as a career was no surprise. Yasmin graduated with a First-Class Honours degree in Physiotherapy and is also a qualified APPI Pilates Instructor and acupuncture practitioner. She has worked with multiple sports teams and has a particular interest in treating running and CrossFit athletes (as well as taking part in both of these sports herself).  She has competed at national, international and Commonwealth levels holding the honour of Scottish Sprint Hurdle champion multiple times.

Yasmin brings together years of training, competitive experience, study and clinical care into the practical approach for you that focuses on positive outcomes.

Yasmin Milne Physiotherapist & moveBeyond clinical pilates instructor

Sara Baccino

Massage Therapist

Location: Parsons Green

Sara is a keen runner and cyclist who firmly believes in the importance of massage for the wellbeing of muscles and mind.

Sara qualified as a Soft Tissue Therapist Level 5 at the London School of Sports Massage. She has also trained in dry cupping, Indian head massage, manual lymphatic drainage, pregnancy and labour massage. Sara is also a qualified Reflexologist and is certified for IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation). Sara is currently studying craniosacral therapy and manual maxillofacial therapy.

She has been working for many of the major London sporting events such as the London Marathon and London-Surrey 100.

Sara has a very caring personality. Her traits of kindness, passion and helpfulness are ever-present.

Carrie Lawrence

Operations Director

Carrie has worked in healthcare for the duration of her working life, primarily in oncology and bone health research. Today she leans heavily on her legal training and project management skills to ensure Beyond Health runs as smoothly as possible – so the outstanding practitioners and customer services team she works collaboratively with can focus on what they do best, and deliver the best possible service to their clients!

Ella Gwynne-Evans

Client Services Team

Ella recently completed a degree in Music Performance at the University of Chichester Conservatoire – specialising in violin and classical singing – and regularly performs in venues across the UK, in between working as part of the Client Services Team at Beyond Health. She also has a keen interest in music therapy.

Ella played hockey throughout school and university, and also enjoys running and hiking (she’ll tell you Switzerland is her favourite place to hike). In July 2021, she completed the 306km UK Coast to Coast, alongside her parents and 9 year old cocker spaniel, Poppy.

Erin Parker

Client Services Team

Erin is originally from Hamilton, New Zealand but also spent time growing up and schooling in the Cotswolds. After graduating with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and a Bachelor in Oral Health Therapy, Erin worked as an Oral Health Therapist in the New Zealand public health system treating dental decay in children and adolescents.

Erin splits her time working on the Client Services Team at Beyond Health as well as at the NHS as an Oral Health Educator.

In her spare time, Erin enjoys getting outside and exploring London and Europe as well as frequenting cafes for some good coffee.

Hannah Blackwood

Client Services Team

Calling Cambridge, New Zealand home, Hannah moved to London in January 2023. She has always held an interest in movement and has represented New Zealand in Open Water swimming.

Outside of Beyond Health, Hannah loves discovering London and venturing into Europe, especially with a coffee in hand!

Laura Turner

Operations & Client Services Manager

Laura moved to London in 2019 and joined the Beyond Health team not long after. She is passionate about health and loves to try out the amazing range of gyms and classes London has to offer – you’ll find her at Barrys Bootcamp or on a spin bike when she’s not at the clinic.

She has completed  350 hours of yoga teacher training and has taught power vinyasa from surf clubs on the beach in Sydney to boutique studios around London. She loves sipping an espresso, spending time in nature, and exploring Europe on the weekends.

Le Eaton

Finance Associate

Le joined our team in summer 2019 after a two-year career break to complete a 360 trip around the world.

Le was born and grew up in Fulham and has always worked in the Parson’s Green area. She knows the area very well and welcomes in a lot of client’s whom she knows from her previous roles in the community.

Le had a complete change of career on return from her travels and prior to joining Beyond Health was a Nursery Manager in a popular Nursery in PG. After working with children for 15 years, she decided to come into the world of health.
Since joining Beyond Health Le has developed a newfound love for the gym, yoga and is overall attempting a healthier lifestyle. She enjoys travelling, summer months and will tell you that Turkey and Las Vegas are two of her favourite places.

Le Eaton Beyond Health

Rosie Parton

Client Services Team

Alongside working on the Client Services team, Rosie is a yoga, meditation and breathwork facilitator. She has been sharing these practices in London and worldwide in classes and retreats with her wellness brand Funky Cactus Yoga.

Her passion is creating beautiful, holistic and mindful experiences combining ancient practices and modern science.

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