Jenny Doe: M.Ost
Clinical Director, Osteopath, and Sports Massage Therapist
Jenny qualified from Oxford Brookes University with a Masters degree in Osteopathy in 2011. She also has post-graduate training in Cranial Osteopathy and has a diploma in Sports Massage. Jenny lectures two days a week on an Osteopathy degree course at Marjon University where she passes on her knowledge and expertise.
Jenny works with international ultramarathon runners, competative national level weight lifters, paralympic athletes, desk workers and everyday non-athletes, helping people out of pain and into a life of motion.
As well as hands on therapy, Jenny provides professional advice and exercises for continued results between consultations.
You can follow her adventures on Facebook.
Edward Tatangelo: M.Ost, BTEC level 5
Osteopath and Sports Massage Therapist
My approach to treatment focuses on individuals as a whole and also incorporates how lifestyle factors, including stress, can impact physical conditions and recovery. I have a special interest in sports-related injuries and rehab.
I found my passion after a terrible car accident. Osteopathy was the only thing that helped after months of agony.
From a young age, I practiced numerous sports such as swimming, football, kickboxing, boxing, and weight lifting, some at a high level.
When I was a teenager, I studied biology at school because I wanted to become a medical practitioner, but after finishing my studies, due to my love for exercising, I became a Level 2/3 personal trainer. I worked as a PT during the day and in restaurants in the evenings, all to pay for my studies. Personal Training was not fulfilling, so I went to the best school in the UK to become one of the best masseurs around. Then I decided to continue and sign up for a sport remedial massage course in Oxford (BTEC Level 5). Even if with this course I was really busy and full of clients, I wanted to expand my knowledge and decided to enrol in Osteopathy (4-year Master's Degree). I graduated with 1st-class Honours. After university, I continued my development with courses such as Dry needling (Western Acupuncture), shock wave therapy, ultrasound, dry cupping, etc. I now practice in Plymouth and Exeter and treat a variety of conditions and people. My knowledge allows me to treat elderly people, teenagers, sportsmen, and many conditions.
No matter how big or small your issue may be, I will be sure to get you on the road to recovery.
Natasha Delamar: Pilates Diploma (Level 3)
Natasha has a special interest in the interaction between physiology and mental wellbeing. She is a qualified Pilates instructor and Cognitive Behavior Therapist. She is aware of the connection between how we feel in our body and the effect it has on our outlook.
Natasha's enthusiasm for Pilates stems from the variety of benefits it offers for strength, posture, energy and breath. She believes in an approach which offers clients an enhanced awareness of their body so that mobility becomes easier and more intuitive.
Natasha works as a 1:1 Personal Trainer for a gym specialising in 20-minute sessions on optimal breathing, rhythm and pace of exercise, rather than heaviest weight. She also has a keen interest in principles from Yoga and Mindfulness. Both of these have informed her style of Pilates, which can be described as a blend of strengthening, stretching and thought for movement.
Natasha loves being outdoors hiking, running, climbing and wild swimming. She has a special love for the Alps in both summer and winter! Natasha has coached herself back to fitness from two operations, which has cemented her belief in Pilates as a tool for recovery.