Adam has been a practicing massage therapist since 2009, and is certified in a range of massage techniques including Swedish/holistic, deep tissue, Thai massage, and onsite chair massage.
Adam’s interest in massage began with his wish to help his father who suffered with chronic back pain for many years, and ever since he has been firmly committed to helping people live a healthier and more active life. As a therapist, his primary focus is on delivering the best possible treatment tailored to each client’s specific needs, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism and courtesy.
Adam Schamroth is a General Osteopathic Council certified osteopath with a Masters of Osteopathy degree from the British School of Osteopathy in addition to Bsc in Environmental Sciences from the University of Manchester.
Having previously worked with both Chiropractors as well as Osteopaths he now specialises in postural correction and posture related conditions such as back, neck and shoulder pain. He is skilled in a variety of techniques including spinal manipulations, joint articulation, medical acupuncture, kinesio taping and soft tissue techniques.
Originally from North London and now living in Dulwich he is a keen runner and swimmer. He is also a passionate skier and snowboarder as well as rock climbing and playing squash. With all this activity he is no stranger to sporting related injuries with experience both treating and being treated. When not exercising he also volunteers his osteopathic skills at Stanmore orthopaedic hospital working with the Disability foundation, a registered charity providing complementary therapies for people living with disabilities.
Damian was awarded his Masters in Osteopathy from the renowned British School of Osteopathy, which has an excellent reputation, particularly for what is called ‘Structural Osteopathy’. This is the best known form of osteopathy and concentrates on understanding the interplay of forces through joints muscles and soft-tissues. Treatment uses articulation (Movement of joints to gradually increase range of motion), soft-tissue work (forms of massage type treatment to muscles and other soft-tissues) and manipulation (very small but fast movements of a joint which may result in an audible pop or click).
As an osteopath Damian is interested in why the dysfunction has occurred and will undertake a holistic review of the patient to address any asymmetries or imbalances, this will encompass more than just the musculoskeletal system and we may discuss any lifestyle factors which may contribute to your presentation.
Elayne is an exceptionally experienced and qualified practitioner who has been offering massage treatments since first becoming certified in 2001. She has always been passionate about complimentary heath and her approach is truly holistic. She has extensive training in a variety of massage techniques and in addition to many other qualifications she holds a Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy for Injury Prevention and Management from St Mary’s University.
Elayne is a member of the Complimentary Therapists Association (CThA).
Laetitia is a qualified and insured sports and holistic massage therapist. She is also a performer and barre fitness instructor. One of the highlights of her career has been performing at The Royal Albert Hall. Being a professional dancer has made Laetitia very aware of the human body especially in terms of posture and alignment.
After breaking her leg four years ago in a road accident and going through a long recovery process and two operations, Laetitia was inspired to do something to help others. She wanted to make others feel better and reduce their pain. During her recovery she decided to do a module in human biology with the Open University. She had always been interested in the human body and this enabled her to study from home.
Laetitia then went on to train at St Mary’s University earning ITEC Level 3 in both holistic and sports massage.
Nuno graduated from the University of Pretoria with both a degree in BSc: Human Physiology in 2010 and a BPhysT: Physiotherapy Honours degree in 2014. He then went on to complete a Sports Physiotherapy certification. Nuno is passionate about CrossFit, himself being an athlete who has competed at several events. He set up a clinic back in South Africa treating CrossFit clients before moving to the UK. His focus is mostly on sports injuries and he believes exercise is medicine. Nuno focuses on evidence- based practice and progressing outcome measures. He is multi-faceted in his treatment approach and incorporates several modalities to reach his client’s goals. His interest into developing networks and business have been peaked since moving to London.
He believes in constant progress and never looking back. “If you are standing still, you are moving backwards”. In his spare time, Nuno loves to travel and learn new cultures and understand different people’s perspective. He religiously follows most Motorsports and Football. And dare we forget his training…
Senior Beauty Therapist
Ricardina is originally from Portugal. From a young age she knew she wanted a career in beauty so immediately after finishing her A Levels she trained as a beauty therapist and soon gained her CIDESCO diploma. Her first position was with Estée Lauder during which time she progressed her training further by qualifying in Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Pregnancy Massage. She has also completed an Honours degree in Nutrition and is a true Skincare specialist. Over the years she has worked with many beauty and spa brands including ESPA, La Prairie, Phytomer, Crème de La Mer and Sisley.
In 2003, after almost 14 years with Darphin at Estée Lauder companies, Ricardina accepted the prestigious position of Spa Manager for La Prarie in Cascais on the coast near Lisbon. She moved to England at the end of 2009 where she worked as a Spa Manager for Urban Retreat at Harrods before joining the team at Embody. For Ricardina, being a beauty therapist is hugely rewarding, and one of her greatest pleasures is meeting new people and seeing them leave her treatment room feeling happy, relaxed and refreshed.
Ruby’s background is in the casino industry where she worked as a Croupier for 15 years. During this time she always felt that something was missing and had a real desire to do something that would bring health and happiness to others. In 2010 Ruby embarked on a journey with Reiki energy that further fuelled this desire. In 2013 Ruby trained in massage therapy gaining ITEC Level 3 qualifications in Holistic Massage and Manual Lymphatic Drainage before moving on to do further training in Deep Tissue and Natural Facelift Massage.
In 2016 Ruby suffered a traumatic brain injury which led to an incredibly challenging period in her life. Recovering from this injury whilst having to care for her one year old son, started a very profound healing journey. It was coming through this experience that gave her the courage to leave her casino industry career and fulfil her heart’s desire of working with others, helping them to nurture their full potential physically, mentally and spiritually.
Through her own experiences of ill-health, Ruby has a keen interest in pain management and helping her clients to manage their stress and anxiety. She is always learning and developing her skill set to enable this, including training in Myofascial Release, Pregnancy Massage and On-site Acupressure. She views each of her clients as individuals with individual needs and will often use a combination of therapies within one session to ensure maximum benefit for her clients. Ruby is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, the largest and leading professional association for therapists in the UK and Ireland.
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