Steve – Osteopath
Steve qualified with a Masters degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (2010) and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and Institute of Osteopathy.
Post graduate studies have led Steve into a very holistic and functional approach to injury and health. Steve recognises that there is a lot more to health than generally seen, his interests deepens to understand that light, environmental factors, circadian rhythm, the types of nutrition, the types of exercise, sleep and stress all play parts of the complex puzzle that is the human body. By understanding and implementing these factors can have huge benefits to people.
Steve encourages and empowers his patients to a better understanding and help people take control of their health issues, to prevent injury, gain mental clarity and to help them enjoy an active healthy lifestyle.
Natasha – Physiotherapist
Natasha started her physical therapy career as a professional Sports Therapist (BSc) in 2009, working at various sport events providing sports massage and rehabilitation.
She then worked in a rehabilitation physiotherapy assistant post and enjoyed helping adults recover from cardiothoracic surgery or helping them to keep fit and prepared before surgery. Natasha was part of a team who set up an in-house sports therapy clinic for NHS staff which went on to win an award.
From there Natasha completed her Masters in Physiotherapy (2013) at Essex University. In 2017/18 Natasha gained a post graduate certificate in paediatric physiotherapy at University College London.
Natasha has worked with adults and children with bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendon injuries (musculoskeletal and sports) and children with neuro-developmental conditions in Private, Occupational Health and NHS practice.
Benjamin Franklin said ‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’.
We’ve all heard prevention is better than cure and we are here to show you how you can achieve this. It starts with the mindset. Your thoughts create your behaviours and your behaviours create your actions. Simply by learning and being open to what we will share with you, you can discover the tools to progress your health for the better. In order to do this you need to be proactive. Taking the first step can be difficult but it makes for the second step to become so much more easier. With this in mind we can empower ourselves and our children for the future. This is what we are about…
Who is a Pro-Active Being?
A person who wants to take responsibility for their health.
A person with an enquiring mind who is eager to learn new strategies.
A person who is open to changing lifestyle habits.
A person who doesn’t want to accept negative advice and will seek alternative options.
A person who is willing to work hard, no matter their age or physical ability, for their health
A person who is inspired to live a healthier lifestyle.
A person who is looking for long term health rather than short term quick fixes.
A person with a belief that they can always get better.
Pro-Active Being Health Values
We have consulted with so many different people from all backgrounds and ages, however our message will always be the same. To create pro-active attitudes and mindsets for health and life.
Our goals are to:
- Encourage a proactive mindset
To see the world a better place by everyone improving themselves, one person at at time, physically, mentally, nutritionally, spiritually.
To create a change for the positive is another building block for prevention.