Sundip Balraj Singh Aujla - Osteopath (M.Ost)
Sundip is a registered Osteopath and director of BODY - a clinic specialising in pain management, Osteopathy and Pilates.
He specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and management of muscular & skeletal injuries and post-operative rehabilitation, using a gentle and effective approach to treatment. He is also an expert in the subject of pain psychology.
He has been studying human anatomy & physiology for 10 years and has over 7 years clinical experience in treating a diverse range of patients such as city office workers with postural-dysfunctions, professional ballet & contemporary dancers, artists and high-profile musicians from across the world.
His particular interest is in posture, injury rehabilitation, chronic pain and pregnancy, combining Osteopathic care with clinical Pilates to provide 360-degree care for every client. He is dedicated to helping you gain an in-depth understanding of your body whilst providing advanced solutions for synchronising body and mind.
Aside from working as a clinician, Sundip also teaches workshops on posture, nutrition, movement and health maintenance to the wider public and advanced level courses in Anatomy & Physiology to Yoga and Pilates teachers.
Rebecca Evans - Pilates Teacher
Originally from the States, Rebecca began training in her teens with a contemporary ballet company whilst struggling with scoliosis and asymmetry in the body. It was Pilates that allowed her to develop and maintain essential core strength and alignment, and after moving to London to train in contemporary dance at the Laban Centre in 2004 (and throughout her professional career since), Rebecca has continued her Pilates training and practice.
Rebecca undertook her Pilates teacher training with Nikki Chrysostomou at Balanced Body University. She carries her passion and knowledge for helping people move in alignment with strength and fluidity into her Pilates teaching, and takes great pleasure working with her students to develop technique and body awareness that can support them in every aspect of their lives and activities.
Mathilde Pasco - Pilates Teacher
Mathilde has a background in athletics, tennis, gymnastics and yoga. As an ex-heptathlete, Mathilde's knowledge of the body and love for movement led her to discover Pilates. After practicing for a few years and having seen the benefits of regular practice on her own body, she decided to undertake her training to become an instructor with BASI Pilates®.
Mathilde's classes focus on clinical elements such as injury prevention, joint stability, flexibility and muscular strength by combining traditional Pilates exercises with elements of techniques found in athletics. She also aims to provide students with a strong anatomical understanding of their own bodies.
She currently works alongside leading Osteopaths to enhance her knowledge of human anatomy & movement.