Clinical Pilates and Massage Therapist
Kerrie is a Postural Stability Instructor specialising in Clinical Pilates and Fall Prevention. She is also a level 5 Remedial Massage Therapist. She has over 15 yrs experience in postural correction working closely with osteopaths, chiropractors, physiotherapists and GPs. She is passionate about finding the right path for her clients and specialises in adapting exercise and therapy to fit the individual.
Kerrie suffered from back pain throughout her teenage years and eventually found Pilates in the early 90s in the very first Body Control Pilates studio in South Kensington. It transformed her life, greatly reducing her pain and giving her the freedom to finally exercise without injury. She developed a life-long passion for Pilates and eventually trained as an instructor with Michael King in the early 2000s. Once an instructor, she quickly realised her passion for rehabilitation and further trained as a GP referral and Postural Stability Instructor. She later trained in advanced massage therapy with Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage & School of Natural Therapies in London, which completed her rehabilitation skill set. She has never stopped developing her knowledge and training and now offers a unique and holistic blend of specialised exercise and soft tissue therapy.
When she is not working, Kerrie is usually found in her garden, playing with clay or on the wetlands with her two German Shepherds and family.
Kerrie’s classes specialise in balance, strength and core stability. She uses varied equipment and a mixture of Pilates, physiotherapy and balance exercises to ensure a dynamic approach to postural stability which can be tailored to all in her small classes and in 121 sessions.
Her massage clinic offers remedial massage which is a mixture of many soft tissue techniques including massage, STR, MFR, MET and Trigger Point Therapy. These are fantastic for alleviating stubborn postural pain, RSIs, and promoting injury recovery. She is also trained in sports massage which is key to a good training regime!