Rosie Taylor Bsc ( hons ), Msc Physiotherapy , MCSP
Rosie has over 10 years experience of working as a physiotherapist with mums and babies within the NHS, private practice and at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice. She is also a Specialist Musculoskeletal and Children’s Physiotherapist, a 500 hr Yoga Alliance qualified teacher, an APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) instructor with additional qualifications in Prenatal/Postnatal Pilates, Yoga, Baby Massage and Baby Swim teaching. Rosie is a Mummy MOT practitioner which includes physiotherapy assessment for mums and pelvic floor assessment and has training in Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapy including training in Advanced Pregnancy and Postnatal Fitness Prescription with Burrell Education.
Rosie is a new mum herself and during her recent pregnancy, she immersed herself in hypnobirthing and taught pregnancy yoga all the way through her pregnancy. With these active and natural birthing methods, Rosie gave birth quickly, safely and with minimal pain in the birthing pool at the local midwifery led unit.
Beth Cullen BSc (hons) , MSc Physiotherapy, MCSP
Beth Cullen joined the team in 2018 as a rehab physiotherapist, pregnancy yoga teacher and mum and baby yoga teacher. Beth qualified as a physiotherapist in 2013 and has worked in physio roles in the NHS, NHS provider company, government and private practice. Beth has over 13 years experience in teaching fitness, is a qualified personal trainer and is a fitness guru! As a Chartered Physiotherapist with a fitness and sports science background Beth brings a wealth of knowledge and resources to the team. Beth recently trained in pregnancy and postnatal yoga with the wonderful Sally Parkes Yoga . You will find Beth teaching 1-1 yoga, Pilates and rehab sessions as well as running pregnancy yoga and mum and baby yoga. We are delighted to have Beth on the team.
Both Rosie & Beth are Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC) registered and Chartered Society of Physiotherapist members (CSP). Rosie is also an affiliate member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological physiotherapy (POGP) & the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapist (APCP)
“We are keen to share these techniques and to support women through pregnancy and the transition into motherhood. We strongly believe in educating women in how to prepare body and mind for optimal birthing and recovery.”
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