Our vision to bring together emotional and physical wellbeing services under one roof, in a relaxing friendly environment that would also act as a vibrant hub promoting important social connection.
Helena’s approach to counselling is down to earth and sensitive, open minded yet realistic. She puts a strong emphasis on working with you in a collaborative way so that you get a clearer understanding of your skills, strengths, vulnerabilities and difficulties. She uses a range of methods to help you cope better and get more out of life.
She has lots of experience helping men and women of all ages cope with a wide range of problems. These include anxiety, depression, addiction, eating disorders, relationship and work issues, and the effects of bereavement, accidents and other traumatic incidents.
She’s experienced at addressing short-term crises that need immediate attention and also working with people in an open-ended, longer-term way.
UKCP-registered psychotherapist with a Masters degree in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy (IAP)
Ayhan Alman de la Osa
Ayhan is a Turkish born German who has lived in London since 2010. He aims to create an accepting space for growth by authentic dialogue and contact. Ayhan’s style is creative, experimental and body-oriented. He is experienced with short-term and long-term counselling and worked for various mental health services including the NHS.Ayhan’s areas of interest include:
Dealing with adversity: relationship breakups, grief & loss, trauma, difficult life events causing stress
Individual member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) as a Gestalt Counsellor and a UKCP Trainee Psychotherapeutic Counsellor (UK Council for Psy-chotherapy) and complies with their code of ethics.
Jo Sumner (life coach)
Joanne Sumner is a life coach, yoga and meditation teacher, Reiki Master and flower essence therapist. She specialises in helping people rediscover their purpose, passion and peace in life. Her work is rooted in a practical philosophy that celebrates the strength of the human spirit, seeks simple solutions to life’s demands, and encourages and inspires those whom she teaches and coaches to go for their true heart’s desire.
I have been the course director for the College of Auricular Acupuncture and Secretary of the Society of Auricular Acupuncturists since 2007.
I have had the honour and privelege of teaching in China at the Beijing University of Chinese medicine.
Shortly after my return to the UK I was invited to be a part of the team at The College of Auricular Acupuncture in London and my aim is that this approach will become as widely used and respected in the UK as it is in other parts of the world.
My background is eclectic and varied spanning Healing, Acupuncture, Shiatsu and Nutritional Healing. I have an insatiable desire to help myself and others break barriers to leading life to the full and bloom with vitality and health.
Cherona practised yoga for over 10 years before training to become an instructor in 2015, alongside a career in the fashion industry.
After completing her teaching course in London, she went on to specialise in both Pre and Postnatal yoga studying with Dr.Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Nadia Narain.
Having become a mother herself at the end of 2017, Cherona is dedicated to creating classes which are specifically designed for the needs of mums and mums to be. She believes that yoga can help provide comfort and enjoyment during pregnancy, whilst preparing both body and mind for birth and beyond.
She considers it a great privilege to support and empower women through such an incredible time in their lives.
Jonathan is a Traditional Acupuncturist, Auricular Acupuncturist, Shiatsu practitioner and teacher.
Jonathan’s training began in 1990 at the British School of Shiatsu-Do, gaining his Shiatsu Practitioners Certificate and going on to attain the British School of Shiatsu-Do Shiatsu Teacher Training Certificate, he then continued his training with Chinese doctors at the Acumedic Foundation in London, his personal and professional development continued in Beijing, China.
Jonathan was awarded The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship 2004. He is the Co-Principal and Senior Lecturer for The College of Auricular Acupuncture and Chair of the Microsystems Acupuncture Society. He practices in West London
Lynne Copeland has worked as a psychologist in Ealing schools for the past 13 years. Bangor University trained and certified by the ‘Mindfulness in Schools Project’, Lynne delivers mindfulness programmes to adults and children. She is passionate about helping people understand and access mindfulness practices to reduce stress and promote wellbeing.
Stefania became a Yoga teacher in 2010 after a career in the corporate world. Coming from a biomedical engineering background, she brings to yoga a sense of deep scientific enquiry.
Stefania has since dedicated herself to expanding her own idea of what Yoga is and who can benefit from it.
Due to her mother’s illness she has been particularly interested to explore the value of how Yoga can support chronic illnesses. She has continued this work with specific client groups such as the elderly, and people with ongoing health conditions such as cancer, arthritis, MS and Parkinsons.
Stefania has a passion for continued learning and gratitude for yoga being an element of survival and joy in her own life.
Stefania became a Yoga teacher in 2010 after a career in the corporate world.
Sarah has been a teacher at Greenford High School since 2001 and in the profession for 20 years. As well as teaching (MFL and drama), Sarah has also mentored trainee teachers and NQTs and has been Head of Year and Head of Department.
As a Dance Movement Therapist, Sarah works in the NHS and in the community, mostly within adult mental health.
Sarah has designed her current course to bring together her skills and experience both in teaching and in mental health – to support colleagues in a field she knows well.
Megan has been running gardening clubs with children from the ages of 2 to 11 for the last 5 years. She currently works on a freelance basis running Primary School Gardening Clubs in Ealing and Southall, outdoor sessions for a Nursery and is working with a group of Year 7/8 on a larger gardening project at Acton High School.
She loves working with people in the garden and seeing the enthusiasm and joy it brings along with all the other positive benefits. Unfortunately living in a city not everyone has access to a garden and in England we don’t have all year around sun so she believes that bringing a slice of nature indoors means you can still enjoy many of the positive benefits.
In September she will be starting a MSc in Social and Therapeutic Horticultural.