Meet the Team


Martina Mukerji
BA (Hons) Counselling
Registered Member BACP

Following an early career in nursing and having graduated in Counselling from Greenwich University, Martina pursued her long held ambition to become a counsellor driven by her passion for people and the belief we are all unique. She believes that establishing the right counselling relationship is paramount in enabling you to explore your feelings and emotions, identify choices and take steps towards positive change.

Martina works with individuals of all ages including young people aged 11 and above. Issues she works with include: Anger, anxiety, behavioural problems, chronic illness, depression, low self esteem, grief, bereavement, relationships, stress, self harm, identity, loneliness, low self-confidence and major life events such as redundancy.

Martina has extensive experience working with young people in the charity sector and has also worked for many years at the Fountain Centre in the Royal Surrey County Hospital, helping both patients and their relatives with the emotional impact of living with cancer as well as bereavement counselling.

As an Integrative counsellor, Martina draws on a range of approaches such as person centred, psychodynamic and existential, which she can tailor to you as a unique individual. She offers warmth and genuine acceptance in a safe space where you can feel heard and understood in a non-judgemental way. You will have the chance to express yourself in your own way and at your own pace in total confidence.

Martina offers a half hour initial session, giving you the opportunity to discover whether working together feels right for you.

Reflexologist & Reiki

Zoe Brown

Zoë has a wealth of experience and knowledge within the health and wellness industry, having trained at Guildford college some 20 odd years ago! Having previously been a corporate trainer for the International Dermal Institute and Dermalogica Zoë firmly believes in education and knowledge. Zoë has been lucky enough to train with some of the greats in the industry and travel with her career. Once Zoë returned from her adventures she went on to study Reflexology at the Maureen Burgess school of Reflexology in 2009, as she wanted to deepen her knowledge and understanding of the power and benefits of reflexology. Whether you are interested in reflexology as a wellness treatment or simply for relaxation, after a consultation Zoë will customise the treatment for your individual needs. Zoë continues to learn around her two young daughters and last year completed her Reiki Master at the Surrey School of Reiki.

Foot Health Practitioner

Sarah Moroney

Sarah trained at the SMAE institute in Maidenhead in 2014.

Since qualifying she has been treating patients in care homes and the comfort of their own homes until joining our team. She prides herself on making sure her patients leave as comfortable as possible after their foot treatment, whether it be callus removal, corn removal, nail cutting, nail reduction, verrucae treatment or just general advice on foot health.

She is continuing to develop her skills and knowledge and aims to complete 2 extra training courses per year.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her young children & holidaying in Cornwall.

Sports Massage Therapist

Yvonne Morris
Diploma in Sports and Remedial Massage
Cert in Sports Stretch

Since Qualifying in1999 Yvonne has attended several seminars furthering her knowledge, which has helped in improving clients care and achieving great results.

She has treated a wide range of people from professional sports athletes to full time mothers. She has worked in a number of environments including Health clubs, polo club, offices, theatres, sporting events. Yvonne considers herself a sympathetic adaptable and effective therapist achieving great results.

Sports Massage Therapist

Jon Head

Jon gained his Degree in Sport Rehabilitation from St Mary's University, Twickenham. A blends of both hands on and exercise therapy.

Since qualifying, Jon has worked in many different areas from elite professional athletes to the more sedentary aches and pains. He has treated international and premiership rugby teams, currently working with Harlequins. He has also worked with Premiership football referees and RAAM cycle race supporting a British team in 2016 to name a few career highlights.
He has also worked in private practice and the military using his skill set as a therapist.

He is a firm believer in continual personal development is key to being a good therapist and continues to update his own professional development to make sure treatment stays up to date and relevant.

Outside of work, Jon has completed 2 Marathons and numerous half marathons and is also keen to lift heavy weights from time to time.

Whether sporting or not, a treatment with Jon is tailored to the individual.

Sports Massage Therapist

Fiona Tyson BTEC-Dip Clinic Director
ISRM registered
Babtac registered

Fiona is a qualified Remedial Sports and Soft tissue therapist. She graduated from the Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage with BTEC Level 5, the highest level attainable in the UK.
She has worked in corporate settings and within a chiropractic clinic before setting up her rapidly expanding private business.

Clients include GB Olympic rowers, Paralympic swimmers, Oxford rowers, elite players of Wasps Rugby Union Club and the members of the Territorial Support Group of the Metropolitan Police.
Fiona is a hands-on therapist and focuses on treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of occupational and sport related injuries. Her treatment clientele include children with growing conditions, sports injuries for all ages and people with occupational aches, pains and tension headaches.

Her treatments use a variety of specialised techniques such as soft tissue release, neuro muscular technique, post isometric relaxation, reciprocal inhibition, connective tissue massage, trigger points, general sports and deep tissue massage.

Fiona has also been trained in holistic massage which gently manipulates the soft tissues of the body.


Kathryn Edwards
GCC Registered

Kathryn graduated from McTimoney College of Chiropractic in 2007 with a keen interest in enabling optimal function in patients ranging from children to the elderly. Growing up working in her father's pharmacy Kathryn decided to train in chiropractic after seeing so many people reliant on painkillers for biomechanical issues.
Having always had a keen interest in all ranges of sporting activities and now a passionate horse rider, Kathryn is well aware of the physical traumas that can happen throughout life and has always been focused on finding a way to use chiropractic care as a way to allow patients to continue to lead an active life.
Kathryn uses McTimoney techniques, manipulation, muscle testing, soft tissue techniques and rehabilitation exercises.


Kanika Basra MChiro
UCA registered
GCC registered

Kanika graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic with a Master's degree in Chiropractic.She joined our team in December 2016.

Her desire to become a chiropractor stemmed from the notion of delivering a naturalistic way of healthcare, as she believes that people are now far more aware of the benefits that complimentary treatments can offer. She is passionate about helping people that require Chiropractic care, which utilises
natural and safe methods without the use of drugs and surgery. Kanika believes that the power of using a simple tool such as one's hands to relieve pain through Chiropractic treatment, is the very thing that drives her passion for natural medicine.

As a Chiropractor, Kanika uses a variety of techniques to relieve your pain and to restore normal joint function including Diversified Chiropractic manipulation, basic activator technique and muscle rehabilitation. She has worked in various clinics in West London and treats both children and adults.


Gina Lear MChiro DC LRCC Clinic Director
GCC registered
British Chiropractic Association Registered
Member of the Royal College of Chiropractors

Gina graduated from the Anglo-European Chiropractic College with a Masters degree. Her passion for chiropractic was driven by her own interests in health, exercise and wellbeing allowing her to provide a holistic approach to treatment.

She has worked in several successful clinics in Bristol, Cardiff and London. She has treated a wide range of patients including the general public, Paralympic bronze medalists, premiership footballers and worked pitch side for a regional rugby team. In addition to sports injuries, Gina has studied further in the treatment for babies, children and pregnant women. Nevertheless she enjoys treating all other conditions such as neck and back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, foot pain, sciatica and headaches.

Gina is consistently improving her skills and learning new skills. She uses a variety of techniques such as manipulation, Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT), kinesiotaping, dry needling, activator technique, rehabilitation, muscle testing and cranial techniques.

Gina's overall aim is to provide the best possible treatment and believes that prevention is better than cure.