Meet our dedicated team of therapists and instructors
Our team of physiotherapists, massage therapists, yoga and Pilates instructors and exercise specialists work together to formulate the most effective treatment protocols to get you back doing what you love as quickly as possible.
Anthony Causton - Physiotherapist
MCSP, HPC, Certified GUNN IMS Practitioner
With over a decade’s worth of experience in the musculoskeletal and orthopaedic field of physiotherapy, Antony has a wealth of knowledge. Over the years, Antony has worked with professional football teams and Olympic athletes, treating patients of all ages, activity levels, and abilities.
The motto at Reach Physiotherapy is ‘Helping you reach your goals’. With a team of fully-qualified and experienced physiotherapists, massage therapists, exercise specialists, nutritionists, and yoga and Pilates instructors, Reach Physio’s specialists work together to help develop an effective treatment plan for each individual.
It is this treatment plan and the dedication of the team at Reach Physio that helps many people reach their goals safely and effectively with long-lasting results.
Levi Moore - Physiotherapist/ Pilates instructor
Levi is a senior physiotherapist working within the NHS and the private practice. Since graduating she has gained experience in orthopaedic, musculoskeletal and paediatric physiotherapy.
Levi is an APPI Pilates instructor and can apply her clinical knowledge to make her Pilates sessions bespoke to you. She is qualified in Ante & Post natal Pilates and can help you with returning to your goals throughout and after pregnancy. Levi has worked internationally in Verbier, Switzerland to treat acute injuries. She enjoys working with patients from a variety of different backgrounds.
Hannah Johnson - Physiotherapist
Hannah is a chartered physiotherapist who qualified in London in 2012, since then she has gained extensive experience in rehabilitation specialising particularly in neurology. Whilst working in London she worked in conjunction with some of the leading neurological services and has recently completed a masters module for the specialist management of multiple sclerosis.
Hannah has a passion for the assessment and treatment of movement disorders that have resulted from injury or disease to the brain or spinal cord. Hannah has a wide range of skills which can be applied to assist an individual to regain or maintain their maximal movement and functional independence.
Hannah currently works as a senior physiotherapist for the NHS and the private sector and believes that a holistic approach to physiotherapy works best. As well as Hannahs experience in neurology she has also worked in the private sector seeing a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Through this experience Hannah has gained a vast variety of skills in assessing and treating musculoskeletal disorders whether the cause be due to a new injury or as a result of a long term condition.
In the past Hannah has run falls groups, modified pilate classes, provided pre/post natal therapy advice and offered acupuncture. She has a personal interest in aromatherapy, holistic care and mindful movement. Hannah believes in working collaboratively with all of her clients and will always offer evidence based practise that is specific to you and your therapy goal.
Nic Williams - Physiotherapist
Nicola Williams is one of our Chartered Physiotherapists and utilises the latest evidence and research to constantly update her practice. Nicola is passionate about facilitating movement health to help you to achieve your movement goals, big or small. Nicola specialises in acute and chronic muscle and joint pain, movement analysis, sports performance (in particular running analysis and technique rehabilitation) and is a skilled hands on therapist, clinical acupuncturist and clinical Pilates teacher.
Nicola has a keen interest in her own fitness, which stemmed from her spell in the Royal Air Force, in particular adventure sports such as kayaking and climbing. What is important to note is that she is not particularly good at any of these things but understands the significance of giving it a go anyway!
Nicola has previously worked in NHS hospitals, private sports clinic’s and running schools and has experience treating a wide variety of patients, from post-surgical, sports injuries to chronic pain. Nicola values movement retraining and kinetic control and tries to apply this to her assessments to help find the reason behind pain and discomfort, and prevent future episodes. Where possible Nicola involves lots of manual therapy to her treatments through clinical acupuncture or hands on muscle and joint release.
Cosimo - Physiotherapist
Cosimo is a senior physiotherapist, who started his physiotherapy training in Italy. He is passionate about sports and is currently completing a masters degree in sports physiotherapy, at the highly accredited Bath University. He has experience working in a variety of physiotherapy settings, that has allowed his holistic approach to rehabilitation, to be formulated.
Cosimo started his physiotherapy career in 2011, through Sport Science training, for one year at The University of Chieti Italy. He then continued his training, by completing a degree in Physiotherapy, in 2013 at University University of Bari. After his graduation in 2016, he developed his skill set through attendance of courses related to The Souchard method of Global Postural Reeducation, at the University of Rome.
He specialises in manual and trigger point therapy, spinal manipulation and rehabilitative exercise prescription.
Beyond his true passion for learning, Cosimo enjoys photography and enriching his soul through time spent with friends and family.
Nina Hultier - Massage
Nina is one of Reach’s experienced in house sports massage therapists. Working closely with the Physio team – she helps alleviate specific muscular tightness/imbalances to help clients get back to full health.
Alongside working in the clinic, Nina also works as a martial art instructor teaching Brazillian jiu-jitsu and self defence. This teaching combined with her own martial art training- has meant Nina has come into contact with a variety of injuries! Experience in which she certainly draws upon this to help offer the best possible treatments to her clients.
Will Preston - Massage
Ultrarunner and general outdoors enthusiast. Will enjoys running, hiking and climbing in the British countryside and mountains, especially Scotland, with an earlier background in martial arts and parkour. His approach to training is centred on the belief that being able to move easily, without pain or apprehension plays a significant part in improving the quality of life for many people, and that body confidence rooted in learning new skills and capacities is more enduring and rewarding than that based on appearance.
A serious ankle injury and surgery in 2014 sparked an intense interest in the processes of recovery and the mechanics of running. Will self-coached his way back to fitness and two years later was back racing the 38 mile Downslink Ultra.
As a personal trainer, Will is GP referral qualified, with additional qualifications in strength and conditioning, and gait analysis, and is a UK Athletics certified Leader in Running Fitness.
He is also a qualified Sports Massage Therapist trained in injury recovery, pre and post competition
massage and neuro-muscular release (trigger point therapy).
Beatrice Leone - Sports Massage / Yoga
Beatrice is a Holistic, Deep Tissue and Clinical Massage Therapist. She first qualified with Jing Advanced Massage Training and has continued on with the Advanced Clinical Massage Training. She uses a combination of techniques including Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release and Advanced Sports Stretching.
She is also a Yoga Teacher with over 300hrs of training – including Hatha and Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Pre and Postnatal, Postural Assessment, Meditation and Pranayama. She has been working as a yoga teacher full-time since January 2019.
Beatrice came to yoga after years of competitive skiing as she needed something to relieve back pain due to scoliosis and various injuries. Yoga helped her find mindful, controlled movement and the attention to the breath relieved her stress. Her passion for anatomy and helping people relieve pain and anxiety has influenced her decision to become a Clinical Massage Therapist.
Halleli Nenner - Pilates / Yoga
Halleli had a passion for dance and movement skills from an early age, she loves meeting people and sharing knowledge of Pilates and healing through movement.
After graduating from the Sandcial School of Dance and Circus Skills, she went on to study at the Prestigious Nissan Nativ School Of Acting in Tel Aviv. It was here that she discovered that Pilates would combine her love of yoga and movement which led her to pursue her path as a teacher.
Louise Boussemart - Pilates
Louise first discovered Pilates a few years ago now, and got hooked when she felt the huge
benefits of this method, not only physically, but also on her general wellbeing and stress management. The mat has been her happy place ever since. After completing her masters degree, she decided to follow a dream and qualified as a Pilates instructor at Tula Training. Since then, Louise has been fond of teaching and sharing the many physical and mental benefits of Pilates with all fitness levels.
Her approach is highly focused on creating mindful flows whilst encouraging participants to reach their fitness goals. Above all, she is genuinely passionate about offering participants an opportunity to take a
break from their hectic and stressful lives, self-care, breath deeply, and truly connect their
mind and body for the time of a Pilates session.
Sophie Thwaites - Occupational Therapist
Sophie has over 5 years experience working with children with varying learning differences in Australia, USA and England. She has developed a broad understanding of how best to work with children, and how to help them establish greater connections with their surrounding environment. In order to help a child focus, concentrate, improve their handwriting, develop relationships, and create more effective communication skills, a child must work in unison with their body. Only once a child develops this, can the brain move its focus away from the body, and instead on to higher cognitive functioning.
Sophie has personal experience of the struggles and challenges school life can have on a child, and has a great passion to minimise this and to help other children reach their full potential.
Drea Campos Little - Acupuncture
Drea is a certified Acupuncturist and Naturopath, completing her train at The College of Naturopathic Medicine in London that required four years of study and 430 hours of clinical practice. She is a registered member of both the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP). Drea has also undertaken post-graduate training in Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture, Acupuncture for Fertility & IVF support, and Acupuncture for Common Conditions in Pregnancy.
Drea strives to give every one of her patients the time and attention they need to find their own healing path whether this is to support them with a specific complaint or simply to help keep everything in balance. She combines the art of Acupuncture with Naturopathic Principles to create a treatment plan that is tailored to each person.
Brodie McBride - Clinic Co-ordinator
Brodie has a background in performing arts and music. She started her training at LABAN age 14 where she studied contemporary dance, which led her to join The BRIT School, and later the Arts Educational Schools London gaining a degree in musical theatre. She has previously performed in the West End and has since discovered her passion for songwriting, artistic collaboration and continues to develop music both for shows and as an artist.
In 2017 Brodie qualified in her Barre teacher training with Barrecore founder Niki Rein and has recently completed her training in Children’s Yoga under Jessica Wingate. She continues to develop her knowledge and understanding around the benefits of yoga, specifically for performers and artists by studying for her 200hr yoga teacher training in Vinyasa.
Anna Moy - Clinic Co-ordinator
Anna has always had a keen interest in health and wellbeing, she started her working life as a salon receptionist, and went on to complete her level 3 qualification in hairdressing.
After a few years traveling overseas, Anna returned to the UK and began working for Reach Physiotherapy as a member of the clinical team.
Finding herself drawn to the health industry and job roles where people are the heart of the business, she has extended her professional knowledge by completing her personal training qualification.
Joe Cave - Personal Trainer
He brings a wealth of experience and expertise to Reach Physiotherapy Clients and offers 1-2-1 Personal Training Sessions from our exclusive training Studio.
Through working with Joe you will set achievable goals and start taking simple steps towards a fitter and healthier body.
Whether it’s injury rehabilitation,weight loss,increased strength or improved fitness Joe can help you progress and obtain results.