Our Tutors

Marc Innes

Marc Innes

School Principal

My name is Marc Innes and I am the owner and Principal of the School of Natural Therapies.
Since I took ownership of the school and the role of Principal 6 years go, it has grown from a small but personal establishment, into one of the busiest training academies in London, specialising in Clinical Sport and Remedial Massage training and Holistic Massage therapy training, but without compromising that personal touch we have always had an outstanding reputation for.

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Holistic Therapy Training

Helen Cameron-Lee

Helen Cameron-Lee

Director of Holistic Studies and Anatomy & Physiology

Helen has been working in this field for over 20 years coming from the fitness and dance industry, A longstanding fascination with the human body ultimately led her to teach human anatomy and physiology for sports and complementary therapists alike. Helen has specialised in this for the past 15 years and delivers it with the same enthusiasm as day one. She is also an ITEC qualified massage therapist and tutor. Her passion for her subject is clearly visible in her teaching and her fascination is contagious.

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Suzannah Agrippa

Suzannah Agrippa

Suzannah was born and raised in London and started out on a traditional path graduating with a degree in Economics. A personal sports injury then led Suzannah to seek alternative therapies and her passion for massage and its benefits was ignited. Her busy lifestyle meant that a fast track, London based college was the perfect place to pursue her interest in massage so she came to study with the School of Natural Therapies  - since that time, she hasn't looked back!!

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Julie Quinn

Julie Quinn

Over the past 15 years Julie Quinn has qualified to practice many Complementary Therapies such as Reflexology, Massage, Aromatherapy and Indian Head Massage.  Neuroskeletal Re-alignment is the latest addition to her skill set, although she would always consider her main career focus to be Reflexology.



 

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Sports & Remedial Training

Joseph O’Dwyer

Joseph O’Dwyer

Director of Sport & Remedial Studies

Having always been involved in sport ….  spending his youth as a competitive Judo player, his University years as a powerlifter and the last 15 studying Kempo Jujitsu, Joseph had unwittingly imbalanced his musco-skeletal system.
His overuse injury had not only been a painful but expensive journey, which finally ended as he sought answers at the School of Natural Therapies.

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Alison Christoforou

Alison Christoforou

Alison is a highly experienced Massage Therapist who has been working for more than sixteen years in her chosen profession. She qualified in Sports and Remedial Massage with a BTEC Level 5 diploma and is a busy working therapist, workig from clinics in SW London and Surrey.

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Iris Kettner

Iris Kettner

Iris is a highly experienced massage tutor and has extensive knowledge & experience in initiating and implementing internationally recognised diplomas at all levels, in particular ITEC, NVQ and BTEC Sport Sciences from Level 1 through to Level 5

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Luke Hedley

Luke Hedley

Luke is a Chartered Physiotherapist with a special interest in Sports Rehabilitation and Sports injuries. He gained a degree in Sports Rehabilitation from St Mary’s University College in Twickenham and then continued his studies at The University of Hertfordshire where he obtained a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy.

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Other Tutors, CPD

Nicolle Mitchell

Nicolle Mitchell

Nicolle has practiced massage since 1998, constantly keeping up to date with professional development, training and research to improve knowledge & practice

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