Lisa qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1988 and has been in private practice since in Cheshire, London and Somerset. She set up the Manor Lodge Practice in 2000.
Lisa gained a post graduate qualification in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field in 2007.
She has taught at undergraduate level at the BSO developing a Care of the Elderly module and through her association with the Rollin Becker Institute at a post graduate level in the cranial field.
Lisa lives in the village with her husband, James, children and Labradors. She is a keen horse rider and cyclist.
Gabriella spent four years training at the European School of Osteopathy in the UK and then moved to New Zealand where she worked both in the north and south islands. Recently returned to settle in Somerset with her partner and baby, she is looking forward to treating individuals from all walks of life – from new-born babies to our slightly older patients. Having worked for a New Zealand National League women’s football team, Gabriella is also well placed to treat and rehabilitate acute sports injuries.
“I have been involved in the osteopathic profession for more than 30 years and my practice has evolved to encompass both structural and cranial techniques.
I can offer patients a wide and far-reaching approach to health, bringing spinal balance and equilibrium.”