Kinetic is moving!

Dec 11, 2021

Hi to you all from Jess and Gayle,

2020 has been a very strange year for us all. Lockdown has given Jess and I time to reflect on things quite a bit regarding work and life balances. As you probably know I (Gayle) have just had surgery to remove bone from my thumb, damaged by years of heavy work with my hands. Although recovery is good I don’t think it will be possible to work ‘hands-on’ in the same way. So, moving forwards, I will be working in a consultative capacity both here at Kinetic Clinics with our team, and also for other Neuro-muscular practitioners around the world 🙏🙏. In addition I will be consulting at Kickabout and as a Titleist Performance specialist for Golf Performance.

Lockdown has also given Jess and I time to reflect on our business needs and goals. With the future still uncertain regarding Covid and its impact on small businesses already heavy, we have decided it is much more practical to downsize our business.

As of January 2021, we will be moving across the road to Ecclesfield Business Centre ( The Old White Bear pub) where we will occupy the whole ground floor, in addition to a satellite clinic in the fabulous Kickabout Football Academy

Our strongest core of practitioners will be coming along too including:

The Sports Therapy Team (Tom and Megan)

The Osteopaths (Emily and Nick)

Cryotherapist and Sports Massage Therapist (Nathan)

Sports Podiatry (Paul Johnson)

Acupuncture/Tui Na Massage (Andrew Jones)

Foot Health Care (Sophie Pepper)

And of course Rachael, Rosie and Molly (our admin team) will also be joining us…

We will be offering 1-2-1 and 2-2-1 pilates with our existing instructors. The Pilates classes will remain online.

We don’t see this as downsizing as such. We see it as working smarter rather than harder. Again something Covid has made us appreciate.

So we hope you will join us, in our new home, from January, and let’s hope that 2021 brings us all plenty of Good Health and Happiness.


Gayle, Jess and the Kinetic team

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