Registered Osteopath, Naturopath and Kinesiologist.
Jasi qualified from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy (now The British College of Osteopathic Medicine) in 2000 with a degree in Osteopathic Medicine and a Naturopathic Diploma.
She has since worked as an associate in four well established practices in Brighton, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and Hove as well as the sports division at Brighton University and a GP practice before starting up at the Physio Therapy Centre in Haywards Heath.
She now works from the Avondale House clinic on Sydney Road.
Jasi's naturopathic approach to osteopathy means that she takes a more holistic viewpoint to treatment and is able to advise on nutrition/diet, exercise and lifestyle matters in relation to the presenting condition.
She is a qualified kinesiologist and is certified to use acupuncture. Jasi is also a fully trained cranial osteopath with a wide range of experience in treating babies, children and adults. She is a member of the General Osteopathic Council and the Institute of Osteopathy (previously British Osteopathic Association).
Anjy graduated from The London School of Osteopathy in 2016. She gained 5 years of clinical experience as part of her training which enabled her to treat a wide variety of presenting conditions and she attended specialist clinics for children, pregnant women and the elderly.
She has a keen interest in cranial osteopathy and in treating headaches. As a headache sufferer herself, she understands how debilitating they can be and found osteopathy invaluable in relieving her symptoms and as a result, she is very passionate about helping patients resolve these same issues.
Anjy takes a holistic approach in both the treatment and management of a patient. She will fully investigate patient’s complaint with specific emphasis on highlighting all the potential contributing factors that may cause their presenting condition. Anjy understands the stresses people face in their day to day life and how this can impact on their wellbeing. Her treatment approach places special attention on the importance of encouraging patients back to their optimum health and usual activity as soon as possible.
Anjy is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
Abi worked in an office and experienced first hand how poor posture at a desk and sitting for long periods of time can have a negative affect on the body. This prompted a want to learn massage therapy.
In 2013 Abi qualified in Swedish Body Massage, since then she has qualified in level 3 Anatomy and Physiology, Deep Tissue Massage and Seated Acupressure Massage.
Abi has been involved in charitable events offering Seated Acupressure Massage for school fairs, the Carers Association and has provided vouchers for massage therapy for local raffles.
Registered Osteopath and Sports Injury Specialist.
Meg Graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2015, since then she has worked in both the UK and Australia. Meg takes a patient centred approach to therapy and utilises a wide range of techniques within her treatment protocol. These include dry needling (medical acupuncture), mobilisation and manipulative techniques, sports taping, cranial osteopathy, sports massage and exercise rehabilitation.
Meg's passion is helping her patients reach all of their health and wellbeing goals, with support and step by step guidance using osteopathic treatment with prehab and rehab exercise to enable you to optimise your health and quality of life. When not working you will find her playing hockey, at a CrossFit gym or enjoying the countryside with her dog- Humphrey. She is also currently studying her Masters degree in Sports Medicine.
I have been receiving treatment from Jasi for back and neck problems as well as for postural alignment and have found her to be very helpful and understanding. I would recommend her to anyone needing osteopathic treatment without any hesitation.
Following a difficult birth, Jasi treated my six week old son with cranial osteopathy and helped to relieve his colic, transforming a very difficult first baby into a manageable one. So as a matter of course, I took my second child who had her own set of problems following a caesarean birth to Jasi for treatment and she straightened those out too. Jasi has also treated my husband, who after years of heavy physical work and motorcar racing as a hobby suffered bad migraines and a painful back. After the initial intensive treatment course, he now goes for maintenance and is problem free. Jasi has also treated him for his sleeplessness and tiredness through kinesiology and has also helped me get rid of my candida. All in all, Jasi has helped every member of my family through her vast knowledge and technical understanding of the human body and how to manipulate it.
I originally went to Jasi, on recommendation from a friend, because I was in pain in my lower back, neck and shoulders. Jasi was able to assess immediately what my problem was. Her treatment eased the pain and made me mobile, this often included cranial osteopathy, which I have found to be excellent in coping with tensions caused by stress etc… Jasi has also given me nutritional advice which has helped my skin and health. My wife and son also see her for treatments and I would very happily recommend Jasi to others.
I have been going to see Jas for the last 12 years. I was a professional motocrosser until I retired 3 years ago. Every year I was in the top 10 in Great Britain. During that time I sustained various injuries. Jas managed to keep me racing every week. I had various operations and she was able to get me up and running again as quickly as possible. I now go to her for regular maintenance and would recommend her to anyone.
I started seeing Jasi in the summer of 2011. I had been extremely ill for a year and no one could give me any answers. Within 15 minutes of kinesiology work, Jasi had sussed what was wrong and put me on a special diet and told me that I needed to take certain supplements. I cannot recommend anyone more highly, within 1 month, my chronic fatigue amongst other problems were finally going and I now go for regular check ups so Jasi can keep my health and well being on track. Kinesiology is a very powerful healing method and Jasi is the one to go for it!
I would thoroughly recommend going to see Jasi (and I already have to many people). She has treated me as an osteopath when I was pregnant and had back pain from an injury, she treated my son when he was very small following a difficult birth (and although he couldn't speak he was clearly comfortable with her - she is great with kids!). More recently she has been treating me as a kinesiologist for a number of things that conventional medicine can't do. Jasi is obviously highly skilled and very responsive, and her lovely manner puts people at ease. An excellent practitioner in every way!
Jasi has a holistic approach and gives great advice on matters such as diet and lifestyle to help improve ailments and conditions for babies, children and adults. I have recommended Jasi to friends and family who have been really pleased with results they have had from her services. We talk about her 'magic hands!'.
Jasi has a lovely manner with babies and children, she is calm and confident – would thoroughly recommend her to any parent.
Jasi has used a variety of techniques to solve the many problems I have presented her with….physical manipulation, cranial osteopathy, advice on diet and exercise and an amazing sense of humour! Her dedication and professionalism are without question and I would recommend her unreservedly.
I am a long term sufferer of low back and neck pain which often leads to headaches and feelings of nausea. Jasi keeps my problems manageable, has good analytical skills and uses a variety of techniques including deep massage, cranial osteopathy and occasionally manipulation to relieve my pain. She is always friendly and I know that I can trust her, I highly recommend her.