We live and experience life with our children on the beautiful island of Angelsey, that is steeped in a rich prehistory, and blessed with outstanding rugged beauty.
She is a Level 4 Exercise Referral Professional and works part-time for Anglesey council on the National Exercise Referral Scheme. She is a REPs registered Level 4 Functional Group Exercise Instructor, which includes Cardiac Rehabilitation classes, Postural Stability classes, Fit for Life classes, Aqua-Fit & Aqua-Natal classes, Spinning classes, and Pure Stretch classes. Nia is also a Remedial & Sports Massage Therapist and is a member of the IIHST.
Nia is also a fully qualified Yoga Instructor, and is delivering her YogaNiaYou classes via Zoom.
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He is a state registered musculoskeletal specialist Physiotherapist. Colin is a Cognitive Functional Therapist. Having worked in the NHS front line for 17 years, Colin has recently been appointed lecturer on the Post Graduate Physiotherapy degree at the Health Sciences Department at Bangor University. He worked for the NHS as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in various GP practices on Anglesey and Bangor. He remains a locum practitioner in one GP practice. Colin is a Level 3 Pilates Mat work Instructor with over 10 years of teaching experience. He is a Level 2 Strength and Functional Conditioning coach. Colin’s background as an athlete and physiotherapist includes rugby, triathlons, adventure racing, and cycling; he remains active as a competitor in Jujitsu; he was a competitor in the Welsh Adventure Racing team; he has worked as a soigneur/physio for the British Cycling team, which included World Champion and Tour de France Cyclists. Colin is currently physiotherapist for team Ynys Mon, recently represented at the International Island Games held in Gibraltar.
Colin is also the Physiotherapist that Anglesey council refer to under the auspices of Occupational Health.