Principal Physiotherapist

Graduating with a BSc (hons) from Cardiff University,  Luke has worked as a physiotherapist in Northern Ireland, Australia & New Zealand. 

Luke is a certified Mulligan practitioner , Selective functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) trained, and a qualified Mechanical Diagnosis Therapist. Luke  has also completed post graduate training in dry needling which is a form of acupuncture.

Luke is now  working towards his post graduate diploma in MSK physio with a goal to become physio specialist in the near future.


Luke has competed competitively in sprint hurdles, and enjoys woodwork and sculpture in his spare time.


BSc (Hons) Acupuncture

Member of NZASA

ACC registered

Kate spent a year living in China, which deepened her interest in Chinese culture and ignited her passion to learn more. She went on to train at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in the UK where she received her Bachelor of Science in Acupuncture.


Her background as a professional dancer and yoga teacher means she has first-hand experience of the mechanics of the body. Having experienced many injuries herself, she can empathize with the struggles involved when the body is out of balance and not functioning as it should be. Due to Kate’s dual training in TCM and Five Element acupuncture, she is passionate about both the physical and emotional benefits of acupuncture and welcomes patients looking to understand their health better. 

She treats a wide variety of conditions ranging from musculoskeletal conditions, women’s health, menstrual disorders, menopause, migraines, anxiety and helping people transition through periods of grief. 


Kate also has a strong interest in supporting women through their pregnancies, which was further fostered when she had the opportunity to work alongside Debra Betts running a maternity clinic for 12 months. She continues to support pregnant women through private practice, addressing anything from heart burn to severe pelvic pain or preparing for labour and postnatal care.