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Anita Jones

My curiosity for the human body started whilst training in Swedish Massage in the early 90’s. Ever since then I've been passionate about how people achieve their best, in body and mind, travelling extensively to find the people and training that I truly believe can take people to the next level in sport and life.

On graduating from the London School of Sports Massage in 2007 and having achieved a post graduate certificate in Business Administration my work with athletes fuelled an even deeper interest in performance and recovery and how I could help people operate at their highest level.

A keen triathlete, having competed for Team GB, I understand the mentality needed to be at your best and that the more in-line mind and body are, the better the results. Qualifiying, then competing at the Ironman World Champs in Hawaii in 2017 I believe a testament to this approach.

I have been working as a Fascial Stretch Therapist since 2012; a restorative approach that unlocks power and identifies imbalances before they affect performance. I have FST Level 3 and FST Sport Specific qualifications from The Stretch To Win Institute in Arizona.

In 2017 I also started working with the Voila Method: structural joint balancing, having trained with the guru Joel Crandall in Las Vegas. It’s truly an honour to practice his method.

I will listen to you and your body and blend what I know to help you achieve your dreams. I can’t wait to meet you in our little room with a view at The Body Hub Brighton at Sea Lanes.

I Tried Anitas fascial stretch therapy today. She combines a wide knowledge and therapeutic skill base with thoughtful intuition to give a cutting edge yet simple treatment. Powerful yet gentle this is just incredible. Thank you, I am looking forward to making this a regular self care treatment.
— Charlotte
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Lee Parnell

I have been involved in sport and fitness throughout my whole life. I spent many years playing football and have also been a regular runner competing in many races from 5k to Marathons. My current passion is Beach Volleyball which sees me travel throughout the South East and attend regular overseas training camps. This is what first led me to a career as a Personal Trainer and then as a Sports Massage Therapist. I’m interested in how people move, what restrictions they have and how injuries occur.

I trained at the London School of Sports Massage (LSSM) which is widely regarded as a leader in its field and have also tutored for them at their Brighton school.

It was only a matter of time before something went ‘ping’. Lee’s sessions gave me a greater
understanding of the importance of regular muscular maintenance as well as the benefits of
excellent sports massage. Top stuff.”