• Patricia Mackrell

    Patricia Mackrell - Infinite Tai Chi and NIA Instructor: Originally employed in the performing arts sector & later worked in the media, primarily for Granada TV on their daily network program This Morning. She embarked on a change of career when she suffered a stress-related illness & wanted to heal in a more natural & self empowering way. This led her to study the healing practices of various holistic therapies, which carried through to an in depth study of nutrition and whole food and studied at the college of Naturopathic medicine and whole food macrobiotic cookery with Monste Bradford, as well as the Kushi institute of Europe and Japan, plus meditation and various holistic movement forms, these include the Nia Technique (Neuromuscular Integrative Action) and the gentle, powerful arts of Infinite Tai Chi and Chi Kung and Meditation as taught by Master Jason Chan (www.theinfinitearts.com)

  • Jamie Clough

    Since her training, Jamie has realised that Pilates can bring more than just physical strength, but also mental wellbeing and a feeling of control and empowerment that is so easily lost in today’s modern working environments.

  • Lynn Owen

    Lynn Owen- Studio Manager - Hatha Yoga - Traditional Chinese Acupuncture. A bit about myself, I have been practising yoga for 30 years, mostly Hatha, Iyanga and Ashtanga Yoga. I am very passionate about using yoga to improve health and well being and particularly like to focus on back and neck care All my classes have an emphasis on correct alignment and awareness including breathing techniques/pranayama to calm the nervous system. Acupuncture: I qualified in 1999 (Traditional Chinese Acupuncture). After three years of training, I then went on to spend a month in Hongzhou China, on a study trip. I am also a Remedial Massage Therapist and often use massage during my acupuncture sessions, especially when treating muscular skeleton problems.

  • Heartstart training
    Tattenhall First Responders

    Tattenhall First Responders are unpaid volunteers who respond to certain 999 emergency calls in the local area. They also provide training for the general public

  • Jane Blackburn

    The healing and relaxation people get after a Gong Bath never fails to delight me and although not always credited, it’s amazing how peoples’ lives begin to change after a couple of sessions

  • Emma Malone
    Emma Malone

    'Purely by accident I discovered Pilates and since then, I now live a pain-free lifestyle of which I never thought would be possible – all thanks to Pilates.’