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Meet the Team


We are a ten-strong team dedicated to helping you to optimise your health and wellbeing. Between us we have a wealth of experience across a range of therapies.

Scroll down to find out more about each therapist.

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Tilly Calvert

Tilly Calvert

Osteopath

Emma Cawte

Emma Cawte

Massage Therapist

Liz Bolund

Liz Bolund

Neuro-Physiotherapist

Jemma Gurney

Jemma Gurney

Receptionist

Charlotte Howells

Charlotte Howells

Osteopath

Ellie Evans

Ellie Evans

Neuro-Physiotherapist

Sarah Grocutt

Sarah Grocutt

Pilates & Yoga

Marion Nicholas-Roberts

Marion Nicholas-Roberts

Receptionist

Jess Blundell

Jess Blundell

Baby Consultant

Charlotte Hall

Charlotte Hall

Theraputic Counsellor

Meet the Team


We are a nine-strong team dedicated to helping you to optimise your health and wellbeing. Between us we have a wealth of experience across a range of therapies.

Scroll down to find out more about each therapist.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Tilly Calvert

Tilly Calvert

Osteopath

BSc (Hons) Physiology, DO Osteopath

Tilly has lived in this part of England all her life, growing up in Herefordshire on her grandparent’s farm before studying Physiology at the University of Bristol.

After graduating, she went to on to study osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent. She graduated from there in 1989 and returned to Herefordshire to work alongside Nicholas Handoll, where she expanded her knowledge of cranial osteopathy.

Since then Tilly has run her own practices, based first in Presteigne, then in Ludlow, and now here at the Wetmore Clinic.

Tilly treats patients of all ages from newborn babies and older children to the elderly, using a blend of classical and cranial osteopathy. She has spent many years further developing her cranial skills through courses at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy.

In addition, she has a particular interest in shoulder care and has attended courses on the Niel-Asher Technique for frozen shoulder management as well as ICT1 and KT2 kinesio taping courses.

Charlotte Howells

Charlotte Howells

Osteopath

M’ost 

Charlotte grew up on the family farm in Dorstone, with her heart set on being a nurse until she found Osteopathy and that it was for her. She Graduated from the British school of Osteopathy with an M’Ost before moving back to the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.

During her studies she became interested in treating pregnant women, the elderly and people with chronic long term pain using mainly structural techniques.

Outside of work Charlotte is a member of Golden Valley Young Farmers Club and she competes up to National level in Performing Arts, Public Speaking, Cake Decorating and Flower arranging and much more.

She is a keen musician, playing the Flute, Violin, and most recently the Harp. She has also volunteered at Hereford RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association), as she has ridden all her life.

Emma Cawte

Emma Cawte

Bowen Technique

ACMT, CertECBS 

Emma began her career as a therapist in 2001 when she trained in massage and aromatherapy. She continued her training with the addition of Indian head massage and sports therapy massage qualifications before adding Bowen to her list of therapies in 2009.

Emma’s continued professional development led her to the Jing Institute of Advanced Massage Training in Brighton and the highest level of massage training available in the UK. While she still enjoys providing massage treatments for relaxation she has gained the confidence to specialise in the treatment of chronic pain conditions and acute injuries while maintaining a holistic approach to treatment. By combining sports massage and clinical soft tissue techniques with an in-depth knowledge of anatomy she offers individualised treatments to effectively relieve pain, increase range of motion and promote healing.

Jess Blundell

Jess Blundell

Baby Consultant

 

Jess is a baby consultant  who works with parents to show them how to read their baby’s signals, helping to give them the confidence to solve their baby’s troubles before they begin.

With over 12 years of professional experience as a qualified career nanny to children and babies as young as just a few hours, Jess has seen her fair share of tantrums, sleepless nights, projectile vomit and first day tears at nursery and school, (and they were just her own children!).

Through this time she has come to understand that there is no such thing as a ‘Text-book baby’, no two potty training stories are the same and that each new mother needs just as much nurturing as the new baby!

It is with this wealth of experience that she decided to turn her attentions to those in need of the reassurance, guidance and peace of mind, knowing that the suggestions and information they are getting are those of tried and tested, fail-safe knowledge.

Jess works with parents to devise a new routine for both them and their baby. She can give simple product advice which helps you to side-step the minefield of unnecessary gadgets, concentrating on the essential items needed for an easier, less cluttered life.

Charlotte Hall

Charlotte Hall

Theraputic Counsellor

Accred. BACP 

Charlotte graduated from Hereford Technology College in 2008 with a Diploma in Counselling. She has worked at an independent practice in Ludlow which offers counselling to NHS funded referrals from local surgeries and to private clients.

Over the last 8 years she has gained valuable experience working with people who present with a wide range of issues. Through listening, exploring and understanding, she collaborates with her clients and supports them in finding clarity and resolution to their problems.

Along side this, in 2009, Charlotte worked as a volunteer for Impact, an alcohol advisory service, based in Shrewsbury for 10 months. She followed on from this with studying Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ( CBT ) at Newport University. These experiences helped inform her of which direction as a counsellor she wished to go. She decided to follow her heart and become a Person Centred Counsellor as that best suits her personality and values.  Charlotte works primarily from this approach, which is a talking and listening therapy, offering empathic understanding and non-judgemental support to her clients. She brings CBT and Transactional Analysis into her work when she feels it will benefit her clients.

In 2012 Charlotte gained her Accreditation with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She maintains her Accreditation through continued yearly professional development and attends workshops regularly.

Charlotte sees individuals, couples and young people, 11 years upwards.

Ellie Evans

Ellie Evans

Neuro-Physiotherapist

MRCP Physiotherapist
APPI Pilates 

From an early age Ellie has been passionate and inspired by how physiotherapy can be used to promote physical well being and independence after requiring intense physiotherapy herself. 

 Since graduating from King’s College London in 2012, Ellie has worked in the private and NHS sectors and has become specialised in Neurological Rehabilitation. She has completed APPI Matwork courses 1 and 2 and the APPI Neurological Pilates course.

Ellie integrates her experience of working as a sports masseuse in the French Alps into her treatment and her knowledge of adapted Tai Chi exercises to create treatment programmes that are individualised and holistic. 

Ellie continues to develop her physiotherapy skills and aims to motivate individuals to achieve their physical goals. 

Liz Boland

Liz Boland

Neuro-Physiotherapist

 

Liz has many years of experience working with clients with neurological conditions. Combining physiotherapy techniques, Emmett therapy which is a light muscle release technique and general principles of exercise and fitness, Liz is a dynamic and inspiring physiotherapist who can take people to their limits and empower them to achieve.

The rehabilitation journey following a stroke is a long one but it can also be a rewarding one. Small challenges and achievable goals make the process more meaningful.

Live your life within the rehabilitation process, rather than waiting for the end before you start to live. Rehabilitation cannot be a passive process of ‘being done to – it requires a commitment to practice the exercises carefully selected by your therapist.

Exercise programmes are tailored to your individual need, focusing on your functional goals.

It is widely thought that the key to effective recovery is repetitive practice of a movement – just as you would learn a new skill such as playing the piano or playing golf.

Sessions are fun, varied and most of all effective.

People with any neurological condition can benefit from exercise. Setting your own goals is a very important aspect of the rehabilitation process. Your goals may be small or big as long as they are yours!

Sarah Grocutt

Sarah Grocutt

Pilates & Yoga

 

Sarah Grocutt has been involved in the health and fitness industry for 30 years, both in the UK and internationally. She teaches Pilates, Mindfulness and Yoga, designing personal fitness, exercise programmes and nutritional plans which are, tailored for the requirements of the clients.

Sarah is also a gymnastics coach, a trainer and assessor for vocational qualifications level 3/4 in low back pain, Personal Fitness Training, Pilates and Children’s Fitness for companies around the UK.

Sarah graduated from the Elmhurst School of Dance as a qualified teacher. She specialises in Pilates and has worked with professional dancers, those with back and neck pain, equine, sports people and those with medical conditions such as depression, anxiety and stress.

Sarah is studying for additional Masters qualifications in Postgraduate Certificate in Mentoring and Coaching and nutrition and recognises the importance of work life balance through healthy eating, fitness and mindful exercises programmes such as Pilates and Yoga.

Jemma Gurney

Jemma Gurney

Receptionist

 

Marion Nicholas-Roberts

Marion Nicholas-Roberts

Receptionist

 

Tilly Calvert

BSc (Hons) Physiology, DO Osteopath

Osteopath

Tilly has lived in this part of England all her life, growing up in Herefordshire on her grandparent’s farm before studying Physiology at the University of Bristol.

After graduating, she went to on to study osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent. She graduated from there in 1989 and returned to Herefordshire to work alongside Nicholas Handoll, where she expanded her knowledge of cranial osteopathy.

“It is a privilege to be able to spend my life working at something I love so much. Osteopathy is endless in its concepts and even after 25 years I’m still learning and growing. I hope I’ll still be doing that when I’m too old to carry on!”

Since then Tilly has run her own practices, based first in Presteigne, then in Ludlow, and now here at the Wetmore Clinic.

Tilly treats patients of all ages from newborn babies and older children to the elderly, using a blend of classical and cranial osteopathy. She has spent many years further developing her cranial skills through courses at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy. In addition, she has a particular interest in shoulder care and has attended courses on the Niel-Asher Technique for frozen shoulder management as well as ICT1 and KT2 kinesio taping courses.

Charlotte Howells

M’ost

Osteopath

Charlotte grew up on the family farm in Dorstone, with her heart set on being a nurse until she found Osteopathy and that it was for her. She Graduated from the British school of Osteopathy with an M’Ost before moving back to the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.

During her studies she became interested in treating pregnant women, the elderly and people with chronic long term pain using mainly structural techniques.

“It gives me great satisfaction to be able to support people in their time of need. I feel so lucky to be working in such a amazing space here at the Wetmore clinic with such a diverse and experienced group of practitioners.”

Outside of work Charlotte is a member of Golden Valley Young Farmers Club and she competes up to National level in Performing Arts, Public Speaking, Cake Decorating and Flower arranging and much more.

She is a keen musician, playing the Flute, Violin, and most recently the Harp. She has also volunteered at Hereford RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association), as she has ridden all her life.

Jess Blundell

Baby Consultant

Jess is a baby consultant  who works with parents to show them how to read their baby’s signals, helping to give them the confidence to solve their baby’s troubles before they begin.

With over 12 years of professional experience as a qualified career nanny to children and babies as young as just a few hours, Jess has seen her fair share of tantrums, sleepless nights, projectile vomit and first day tears at nursery and school, (and they were just her own children!).

“There is no such thing as a ‘text-book baby’ –  no two potty training stories are the same and each new mother needs just as much nurturing as the new baby!”

Jess brings a wealth of experience to those in need of the reassurance, guidance and peace of mind, knowing that the suggestions and information they are getting are those of tried and tested, fail-safe knowledge.

She works with parents to devise a new routine for both them and their baby. She can give simple product advice which helps you to side-step the minefield of unnecessary gadgets, concentrating on the essential items needed for an easier, less cluttered life.

Emma Cawte

ACMT, CertECBS

Massage Therapist & Bowen Technique Practitioner

Emma began her career as a therapist in 2001 when she trained in massage and aromatherapy. She continued her training with the addition of Indian head massage and sports therapy massage qualifications before adding Bowen to her list of therapies in 2009.

“I work with my clients, not just for them, empowering them to take control of their own health. The results they see are as much down to the effort they put in as the treatments I give.”

Emma’s continued professional development led her to the Jing Institute of Advanced Massage Training in Brighton and the highest level of massage training available in the UK. While she still enjoys providing massage treatments for relaxation she has gained the confidence to specialise in the treatment of chronic pain conditions and acute injuries while maintaining a holistic approach to treatment. By combining sports massage and clinical soft tissue techniques with an in-depth knowledge of anatomy she offers individualised treatments to effectively relieve pain, increase range of motion and promote healing.

Charlotte Hall

Accred. BACP

Theraputic Counsellor

Charlotte graduated from Hereford Technology College in 2008 with a Diploma in Counselling.

Over the last 8 years she has gained valuable experience at an independent practice in Ludlow working with people who present with a wide range of issues. Through listening, exploring and understanding, she collaborates with her clients and supports them in finding clarity and resolution to their problems.

Along side this, in 2009, Charlotte worked as a volunteer for Impact, an alcohol advisory service, based in Shrewsbury for 10 months. She followed on from this with studying Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ( CBT ) at Newport University before becoming a Person Centred Counsellor.  Charlotte works primarily from this approach, which is a talking and listening therapy, offering empathic understanding and non-judgemental support to her clients. She brings CBT and Transactional Analysis into her work when she feels it will benefit her clients.

“Having the ability to learn and understand oneself can enable a healthy emotional wellbeing, which is empowering and rewarding.”

In 2012 Charlotte gained her Accreditation with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She maintains her Accreditation through continued yearly professional development and attends workshops regularly.

She sees individuals, couples and young people, 11 years upwards.

Ellie Evans

MRCP Physiotherapist; Neuro/Rehabilitation
APPI Pilates

Neuro-Physiotherapist

From an early age Ellie has been passionate and inspired by how physiotherapy can be used to promote physical well being and independence after requiring intense physiotherapy herself.

Since graduating from King’s College London in 2012, Ellie has worked in the private and NHS sectors and has become specialised in Neurological Rehabilitation. She has completed APPI Matwork courses 1 and 2 and the APPI Neurological Pilates course.

“Taking a patient through a Neurological Rehabilitation programme is hugely rewarding and inspiring”

Ellie integrates her experience of working as a sports masseuse in the French Alps into her treatment and her knowledge of adapted Tai Chi exercises to create treatment programmes that are individualised and holistic.

Ellie continues to develop her physiotherapy skills and aims to motivate individuals to achieve their physical goals.

Liz Boland

Neuro Physiotherapist

Liz has many years of experience working with clients with neurological conditions. Combining physiotherapy techniques, Emmett therapy which is a light muscle release technique and general principles of exercise and fitness, Liz is a dynamic and inspiring physiotherapist who can take people to their limits and empower them to achieve.

The rehabilitation journey following a stroke is a long one but it can also be a rewarding one. Small challenges and achievable goals make the process more meaningful.

Live your life within the rehabilitation process, rather than waiting for the end before you start to live. Rehabilitation cannot be a passive process of ‘being done to – it requires a commitment to practice the exercises carefully selected by your therapist.

“The therapist is your coach but you are in charge of your performance! Be in control of the process of relearning.”

Exercise programmes are tailored to your individual need, focusing on your functional goals.

It is widely thought that the key to effective recovery is repetitive practice of a movement – just as you would learn a new skill such as playing the piano or playing golf.

Sessions are fun, varied and most of all effective.

People with any neurological condition can benefit from exercise. Setting your own goals is a very important aspect of the rehabilitation process. Your goals may be small or big as long as they are yours!

Sarah Grocutt

BSc (Hons) Dip. Education (QTLS)

Pilates and Yoga teacher

Sarah Grocutt has been involved in the health and fitness industry for 30 years, both in the UK and internationally. She teaches Pilates, Mindfulness and Yoga, designing personal fitness, exercise programmes and nutritional plans which are, tailored for the requirements of the clients.

Sarah is also a gymnastics coach, a trainer and assessor for vocational qualifications level 3/4 in low back pain, Personal Fitness Training, Pilates and Children’s Fitness for companies around the UK.

Sarah graduated from the Elmhurst School of Dance as a qualified teacher. She specialises in Pilates and has worked with professional dancers, those with back and neck pain, equine, sports people and those with medical conditions such as depression, anxiety and stress.

“I’m passionate about my work and enjoy seeing what it can do for people from all walks of life.”

Sarah is studying for additional Masters qualifications in Postgraduate Certificate in Mentoring and Coaching and nutrition and recognises the importance of work life balance through healthy eating, fitness and mindful exercises programmes such as Pilates and Yoga.