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Our Practitioners



Sports Massage 

Medical Acupuncture 

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Sports Massage 


Medical Acupuncture 



Sports Massage 

Medical Acupuncture 


Sports Massage 

Medical Acupuncture 


Sports Massage 



Matt Charlton (M.Ost)

Matt graduated with a Masters of Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy. After graduating he worked in the Wellness centre of the BodyHoliday resort, St Lucia. He treated a wide range of people from varying background. Here he became fascinated with the mind-body connection and its affects on healing.


Over the following two years Matt combined work with travel and learnt from a variety of different living masters. He studied Yoga Nidra with Daizan Skinner and Medical Acupuncture with Doctor A. Campbell in London. He traveled to Nepal to study Meditation, learnt Yoga in India, was taught Thai Massage by the legendary Ajan Pischet in Thailand and traveled to New York where he trained to teach Yoga with one of the most revered yoga teachers of our time, Sri Dharma Mittra.These unique lessons and experiences developed Matt’s practice to a completely different level; refining his approach to the treatment, both philosophically and practically.


Matt’s treatments are built on solid Osteopathic foundations, however, they incorporates many different skills from around the globe. This allows Matt to provide bespoke treatment sessions giving you the best chance of a smooth and swift recovery.


The Yoga classes that Matt teaches are primary Vinyasa flow. The classes are based on his deep understanding of anatomy combined with his exposure to such iconic teachers as Sri Dharma Mittra and Sharath Jois. This combination allows Matt to finely attune each class to the students in the room while maintaining a strong base in Yogic tradition.

Matt is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), the British Osteopathic Association (BOA) and the Yoga Alliance UK.


“Ultimately, my goal is to help my patients become more aware of their bodies; to use this awareness to consciously and actively assist the body in healing itself.”

Matt Charlton

Tali Rayner (M.Ost)

Tali graduated from the British School of Osteopathy obtaining a Masters degree in Osteopathy. Since graduating she has also completed a course in Medical Acupuncture, lead by Dr. Anthony Campbell. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) as well as the British Osteopathic Association (BOA).


Tali uses a structural approach in her osteopathic and postural assessments and uses a variety of treatment techniques including soft tissue stretching and gentle functional releasing techniques, combined with joint articulation, direct joint mobilisation and medical acupuncture. She believes it is important to tailor her treatment approach and management to the individual.


She is keen to address lifestyle issues (for example work related ergonomic issues or sport related training techniques), which may be contributing and maintaining injuries and pain. Tali often prescribes specific exercises allowing clients to take an active role in their own recovery and stabilisation of an injury or longer term postural complaint.


Tali has experience working in a variety of speciality clinics, treating a wide range of people with a broad spectrum of conditions. She is particularly interested in working with those suffering from postural or sport related issues to address underlying biomechanical problems.

Tali Rayner

Isabella Clark (M.Ost)

Isabella graduated from the British School of Osteopathy where she obtained a masters in Osteopathy followed by a diploma in medical acupuncture. She is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of the British Medical Acupuncture Society. Isabella has since gained diverse and extensive experience from working in various clinics throughout Australia, Indonesia and London.


Isabella treats in a structural but holistic manner, taking into account all external lifestyle factors that contribute to pain and injury. She has a particular interest in how stress affects our body and have previously specialised in treating headaches and TMJ (jaw) pain, sports injuries and anything spinal related.


She enjoys working with a variety of different patients, from pregnant women to elite athletes, and has experience treating a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal complaints. Isabella focuses on educating and empowering patients so they are able to take back control over their injury, health and wellbeing.

Teddy Brookes

Vicky Jones (M.Ost)

Victoria began her training at the British School of Osteopathy in 2006 and completed the integrated Master degree with distinction in 2010 


She particularly loves the variety that her job brings her every day and likes to treat a wide range of patients with a diversity of problems. 


Victoria has completed a postgraduate acupuncture course which she uses alongside Osteopathy where needed. She has also completed multiple courses covering a variety of pediatric and obstetric topics and has particularly enjoyed this line of work with mums and their babies at a specialist clinic based in Kent. 


The importance of addressing all aspects of someone’s health is a priority for Victoria. In particular the importance of diet, nutrition and tailored health supplementation which she has also studied and the benefits of stress management and meditation. She also uses cranial osteopathy to compliment her treatments in many of these cases. 


Victoria is officially registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) as well as the British Osteopathic Association (BOA).

Vicky Jones

Freyah Tidswell (M.Ost)

Freyah gained her Masters of Osteopathy in 2015 from the British School of Osteopathy.

Since then Freyah has completed further training in visceral techniques which has enabled her to influence fascia, muscles and structures in the chest, abdomen and pelvis if appropriate, for example for abdominal complaints. She also uses cranial techniques, soft tissue massage, medical acupuncture where appropriate and manipulation techniques. Explaining the cause of the problem forms an important part of her treatment, as does advice on home exercises, stretches nutrition and mindfulness techniques.

Freyah moved from Brighton to London, where she has continued to work in Osteopathy but has further developed her interest in fitness, she has recently qualified as a personal trainer and uses clinical Pilates alongside osteopathy in order to maintain progress. In her spare time Freyah is training for a triathlon, does weight training, obstacle course racing and bouldering.

Freyah Tidswell
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