Simon Tolson qualified in osteopathy in 1994 from the British School of Osteopathy. He gained his PGCT in 2001. Simon started teaching and lecturing at the ESO in 1997 and developed and ran the Sports Injury Clinic at the ESO. His special interests include sports medicine and rehabilitation, advanced spinal manipulation, fascial unwinding and sports […]
Sarah Bayley graduated from BCOM in 2001. She has been involved in teaching at Unitec, New Zealand and at the ESO. At the ESO, she helps deliver the Indirect Techniques and Osteopathic Care of Women and Children.
Rebecca is a French Osteopath who has a passion for wellbeing and natural healthcare. She graduated from the European School of Osteopathy (Maidstone) in 2002 and practices as an Osteopath in Central London. Since obtaining the Higher Education Diploma at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) in 2012, Rebecca has enjoyed sharing her skills and […]
Pierre Rivoalan is a French osteopath who graduated from the ESO undergraduate course in 2005 (BSc. Ost (Hons). He received a Post-Graduate Diploma in Mechanical Link Osteopathy (Paul Chauffour) in 2011. He has a particular interest in visceral approach and is a fierce defender of the holistic and ‘hands-on’ nature of the osteopathic diagnosis. Pierre […]
Paul France came to the UK aged 18 to study Osteopathy at the ESO in Maidstone, Kent. He established himself within two busy practices in Bedford & Bury St Edmunds while intermittently assisting and teaching for the international department at the ESO. He also does some occasional work back in France for different sports events. […]
Michel-Pierre Morin qualified from the ESO in 2000, developed and ran a successful practice in New-Zealand for 7 years before moving back to France. He has since developed another practice alongside his wife in a pluri-disciplinary clinic. Michel-Pierre taught structural and cranial osteopathic techniques, as well as clinical skills, in a French school from 2008 to […]