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Physical Project

Physical Project

Show Phone NumberSt James Clinic, 2nd Floor, Staple Inn Buildings South, Holborn, London, WC1V 7PZUK
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday09:00 - 18:00
Thursday09:00 - 18:00
Friday09:00 - 18:00
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Mr David Wells

"Following a BSc in Human Physiology from UCL, I qualified in Sports Massage Therapy in 1999. This took me to Chamonix in the French Alps during the summers of 1999 and 2000 as a MTB guide by day and sports massage therapist at night. Since Autumn 2000 I have been building a sports massage business in London, developing a fantastic team of therapists and working with a huge variety of clients from royalty and rock stars to triathletes and tri-hards . At Physical Project we love helping people realise their goals, be them cycling without neck pain or getting that fitness edge to get back a Strava KOM or achieve a marathon PB."

Ms Jess Davies

"I qualified as a Sports and Remedial Massage therapist in 2013 after completing a diploma at the London School of Sports Massage. My background is in Occupational Therapy (OT) and since 2002 I've worked in various settings helping people with recovery and rehabilitation, many with complex disabilities. I now split my time between Sports Massage and working as an OT for children with special needs. Since qualifying in Sports Massage I've pursued several exciting opportunities from being a regular at London Irish Rugby club to many sporting events both in the UK and abroad. I aim to deliver a high quality massage through good communication and utilising a variety of techniques in order to target your particular problem areas or to maintain your level of function. I am also certified in kinesiology Taping and Medical Acupuncture (dry needling)."

Ms Kelly Thomas

"Having qualified from NLSSM with a BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy I went straight into work at a local multi-disciplinary clinic and started working with my own personal clients as a self-employed therapist in Fleet, Hampshire. When I am not in the clinic helping my clients, I am out swimming, running or cycling. Hitting the trails for a run in the sunshine or going for long cycle rides to seek out new places is my idea of a great weekend. As a keen triathlete, I am really interested in human movement and how to optimise performance through soft tissue therapy. I love the challenge of finding the root cause of a client’s discomfort and helping them to get back out the door pain-free and moving freely. It gives me a huge sense of fulfilment to see my clients getting out there and doing what they love most, because they no longer have to worry about pain or dysfunction."

Ms Maria Kozikowska

"As a keen recreational athlete, I have long developed an interest into human body movement in sport. My quest for optimal fitness and injury prevention has led me to yoga, Pilates and ultimately the sports massage therapy and corrective exercise field. I qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist at London Sports Institute, Middlesex University. I’m a member of the Sports Massage Association (SMA), a Corrective Exercise Specialist and hold an MSc in Sports Massage, Therapy and Rehabilitation (Middlesex University). I continue to expand my skills and knowledge by regularly attending workshops at The North London School of Sports Massage. I have supported both recreational and professional athletes at various sporting events including the London and Brighton marathons, triathlons and the pro-am cycling race, the Trois Etapes, in the French Alps and Pyrenees. To meet my clients’ needs and goals, I employ a variety of soft tissue techniques in my treatments, including soft tissue release, muscle energy techniques and trigger point therapy and, where necessary, advise on stretching and corrective exercises. I also assist in teaching Sports Massage Therapy to undergraduate students at Middlesex University."

Ms Katie Hiscock

"I specialise in sports massage, personal training, medical acupuncture and a number of holistic therapies such as reflexology. I love what I do and I get a lot of satisfaction helping people get to the start line of a race – especially when just a few months earlier they thought they never would due to niggling injury or a lack of self belief. When I'm not massaging I'm writing or shooting video in my 'other' career as a multimedia journalist."

Ms Joanna Celer

"I qualified from Loughborough College in 2011 as a VTCT Level 3 Sports Massage Practitioner. Since then I've worked with athletes from a multitude of sports – triathlon; cycling; swimming; running; rowing; cricket; football; rugby; martial arts; athletics; tennis, from amateur to Team GB and elite level. An important and probably the most enjoyable part of my working life, is the buzz of working 'in the field' at events, offering pre and post race sports massage to the competitors. You'll regularly see me at races, with the emphasis on Triathlon, Duathlon and Cycling. I love my work and my life and get a huge amount of satisfaction from being part of The Team, doing my part to help athletes to stay fit and healthy through to their big race and beyond. I'm a very keen, rather than very gifted, triathlete, a member of The Leicester Triathlon Club and have raced in sprint and olympic distance triathlons both at home and abroad. I have also dabbled with the odd sportive, mainly because I've found cyclists can always justify a good cake stop."
Show Phone NumberSt James Clinic, 2nd Floor, Staple Inn Buildings South, Holborn, London, WC1V 7PZUK