Joe O’Gorman (owner) 

Fitness and health management play a key role in our busy modern lifestyles, everybody can participate and find a fitness solution to fit your needs, whatever your starting point. Whether it's to recover from an injury, prevent one or any other specific goal, it can be achieved with the right fortitude, motivation and direction. 

With 19 years' experience in the health and fitness industry. I started my career in 1999, training and working for the prestigious flag ship Holmes Place Health Club on the Fulham road, whilst studying for my diploma and then Bsc(Hons) degree in sports science and fitness evaluation. Along with a few others in the early 00's, I then became one of the original park personal trainers based around Chelsea, Battersea, Wandsworth Common, Mayfair, Fulham, Clapham and Kensington. Obviously since then the industry has exploded and rightly so. As a keen sportsman playing to a high level in rugby and then in my later 20's amateur league football I have always enjoyed and been interested in exercise. I have helped people with many various fitness goals. From injury recovery and prevention, weight loss, Weight Gain, lifestyle changes and general fitness.

I still have the same enthusiasm as I did 19 years ago and over this time I have been lucky and privileged to work with so many wonderful clients who I now consider friends. Many of them for decades. Everyone has the guts to achieve their own personal glory, sometimes you just need a guide. 

Fully insured member of the national register of personal trainers. 

Qualified British Olympic weightlifting coach

Isabelle Goodier - BSc Hons Physiotherapy

In June of 2015 I graduated from the University of Nottingham with first class honours in Physiotherapy.

Since then I have had over three years experience working as an outpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapist within the NHS and private sector. I have had the opportunity to work alongside orthopaedic consultants, extended scope practitioners, colleague physiotherapists and rehabilitation instructors and consistently ensure I remain up to date with the latest evidence based treatment to provide each patient with the best care possible.

Recently, I was appointed as a senior musculoskeletal outpatient physiotherapist for a large acute NHS trust.

I am both HCPC registered as well as a fully insured member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Outside of work I am passionate about sport and physical fitness and enjoy spending quality time with friends and family.

Rebecca Lewis.

Rebecca is a former GB and England gymnast and is currently a GB triathlete, representing the country in the world and European age group championships.

Upon completion of her degree in sport and human movement studies (Ba(Hons) in 1999, Rebecca came to London to pursue her career as a personal trainer under Matt Roberts in Kensington.

Rebecca has trained a range of clients from those wanting to run a marathon, pre, during and post pregnancy ladies and those simply who want to get fit.

You can usually find Rebecca cycling between one of the parks around London!

As well as Gymnastics and triathalons, Rebecca also enjoys Skiing.

She also has a Bsc(Hons) in psychology.

Charlotte Dudgale

Charlotte started studying yoga 7 years ago as a way of managing stressful employment within the social care sector. She fell in love with the way it helped balance her mind and soon noticed the physical benefits it had on her body, following many previous injuries caused by long distance running.
Charlotte decided to travel to Rishikesh, India to deepen her own practice and gain a 500 RYT qualification from Shiva Yoga Peeth in February 2017. She has a keen interest in alignment of asana and passing on her learned knowledge to other students. Charlotte considers herself a continuous student in the yoga field and her passions revolve around a yoga lifestyle. Her sessions are fun, balanced and relaxing and open to all levels of yogi.

Becki Haslam

I am a Level 2 Fitness Instructor, Level 3 personal Trainer, Crossfit Level 1 Trainer and Pre and Post Natal Exercise qualified. 

My aim is to find a training style that you will enjoy, is effective and that works for you. I have worked with a mix of clients from ladies 1 week off giving birth to office workers who want to gain muscle for a summer holiday. I’m friendly and keen for a laugh and joke but when we need to get down to business the game face is on!

Kate Worthington

My love of yoga started around 6 years ago when I first moved to London: I’d finally found a class at my local gym that I loved! As my practice deepened over the years so too did my interest in teaching others and I recently completed my 200 hour Vinyasa Flow yoga teacher training at Julie Montagu’s ‘School of Yoga’. Since graduating I have taught a few group classes and some private students and am keen to share my love of the practice further.

Becca Sullivan 

Becca found her love for yoga 5 years ago and is a 200 hour RYT. She is passionate about the mental, spiritual and physical benefits of the practice and is on a mission to teach others how yoga can help them become the best version of themselves. She learnt from the best with Julie Montagu at her Whole Self Yoga Teacher Training. Becca’s classes are both dynamic and meditative and will make you sweat before your Savasana!

Jon Brazier 

Jon is a Lecturer, coach and researcher in the field of Strength and Conditioning. He is an accredited strength and conditioning coach with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Jon has provided coaching support to a variety of athletes from elite to recreational. Most of his work has been with professional football, Great Britain combat sport and track and field athletes. Jon is currently consulting with a number of professional football and cricket teams.

He is currently completing his PhD which is investigating the molecular physiology of musculoskeletal soft tissue injuries in elite rugby athletes, with a focus on ligament and tendon injuries. He is also part of a research team investigating the genetic influence of concussion in elite rugby athletes.
For further details on his research please see link:

Jon is our resident expert and will be sharing his wisdom and tips in our Instagram posts and occasionally when he pops in to the gym. 


Stephanie Todd

Yoga for me means freedom, on and off the mat. Yoga leaves me with an inner sense of balance and joy that I get from nothing else I do. I come to Yoga to meet myself with kindness, love and of course some challenge! The union between mind, body and breath. My goal is to share this magic with everyone who wishes to give it a go.

When I came to Yoga for the first time 5 years ago I thought it was just stretching. Then realised, yoga is not just a challenge physically with some strong and flexibility intense postures, but it also does a lot to balance the mind, which feels amazing after, but a work-in during the practice. Yoga gives you strength and stillness to take on and off the mat!

I completed my 300 hour Yoga Rhythm training over 13 months and continue everyday to be a student of the practice with an abundance of gratitude for the wisdom my teachers and students have shared with me.

I deliver medium pace flowing Hatha/Vinyasa practices with a focus on breath, meditation, alignment and yoga philosophy. I’m always creating new playlists to compliment the practice and love to offer aromatherapy oils to enhance the final relaxation. Modifications will always be offered so all levels are welcome.

Linda Johansson

Linda studied Pilates at the renowned JPilates Training and Education. She has a Master's Certificate which includes Matwork Level 3, Pre and Post Natal, Barre, and the Equipment Collection (Essential and Advanced Reformer, Wunda Chair, Barrels, and Cadillac).

​Linda varies her classes from being both contemporary and classical Pilates. The classes are mixed level, mindful and dynamic with an emphasis on each individual's needs.
In addition to Pilates, Linda is also an actress and a voiceover artist.


Brenda fell in love with yoga 4 years ago in the UK after moving from France for a work opportunity. She discovered it in Farnham where she met a beautiful local community. She followed Julie Montagu's 200 hours Vinyasa Teacher Training course.

Brenda truly believes that Yoga has many powers . Among them, Yoga helps with flexibility and strenght but it also brings people together, help people manage better their stress, and increase their self-care and self-love. Brenda's goal is for her students to leave the class feeling stronger and more in love with themselves :-)

Brenda's classes are dynamic, fun and there is always room for some play time, suitable for beginner and advanced.