Mick McBeth BAppSci, MOst
Prior to opening Body Logic in 2011, Mick had previously worked in clinics in Auckland, Oakura and in Europe with the NZ Triathlon team during the London 2012 Olympic campaign. During the Olympic year, Mick also contracted to work with the French, Dutch and Canadian national triathlon teams. Passionate about sport and new challenges, Mick likes to encourage others to discover the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle. During his studies, Mick completed a promising thesis on the management of cycling discomfort through a combination of 'Bike Fit' and osteopathic treatment. Mick views injury/discomfort as a unique issue, depending on the onset, your current health and your daily lifestyle. In terms of your management, Mick will try and understand what your injury/discomfort means to you and develop a personalized treatment plan going forward.
From 2013 - 2019, Mick was the treatment provider and manager of the Taranaki Mountain Airs in the National Basketball League. Outside of work Mick likes to try his hand in several sports, basketball, surfing, rugby, soccer, wake-boarding, snowboarding and competing in the odd multisport event/triathlon - ranging from sprint distance to Ironman. Participating in a range of sports is Micks way of being able to understand what his athletic patients go through and how their injuries may have come about.
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mobile: 027 4277 153
Jesse Armstrong BAppSci, MOst
Jesse joined Body Logic in 2013. Jesse had always had an
interest in the human body and how it functions, so after studying fitness in Brisbane,
he moved back home and decided to further his studies, gaining a Masters
qualification in Osteopathy (with Honours). During the completion of his thesis, Jesse taught technique classes, honing the skills of undergraduate students in the Osteopathy programme. Jesse believes that every complaint/injury is
unique to the person experiencing it. He aims to work with you to understand
the underlying cause of your problem, in order to provide treatment and a
management plan specifically designed to suit your needs. Jesse is a keen
sports man, having previously been involved with the Northland rugby academy,
he now enjoys various sports in his spare time including rugby, touch,
basketball, tennis and surfing. While the weather is different to his hometown of Whangarei, he enjoys the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of
New Plymouth which reminds him of home.
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Caroline Petit Osteopath DFO
From a young age, I developed a passion for the human body and mind. Helping others has also been something that gives me great joy, so naturally, the role of a therapist suited me well. Of all the therapies, I found osteopathy was the more holistic approach that leads to healing both the body and, in consequence, the mind because, in my opinion, they are both deeply related.
For a better understanding of how the mind works, I have studied meditation, with over 100 days of meditation retreats behind me. I also experimented with different mind based therapies that add to my practice a broader understanding of the patient's complaints and helps me to optimize the healing process. I specialize in cranial, functional, and fascial osteopathy and look forward to helping you heal.
Outside of work, I enjoy hobbies such as rock-climbing, dancing, and tennis, which was a big part of my life growing up in Paris. I also love being in nature, especially hiking or cycling.
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Lacey Barnett BAppSci, MOst
Stephen Lett BHSc (Physiotherapy), MHSc (Rehabilitation), PGDip (acupuncture)
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Felicity Lett BHSc (Physiotherapy)
Felicity has been a qualified Physio and pilates instructor
since 2003, and has worked in a variety of settings in the UK and NZ and has
experience with a wide range of presentations.
She has special interest in concussion and vestibular disorders, has many years of experience with pre and post-natal clients, and is particularly skilled with post trauma and joint replacement rehabilitation.
Felicity has been living in Aotearoa since 2011, and understands the importance of the great outdoors to the people of Taranaki. She has two young children, is a handy half marathon runner, has had a go at most sports and activities, and loves to be part of the community.
Felicity has noticed how pilates has helped keep injuries at bay in her own running, and is a firm believer in the mantra “you can’t go wrong getting strong”
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Cam Walsh BPHTY (Physiotherapy)
Cam has always been interested in healthcare from an early age, with a family working in the industry and from an innate interest of helping others. This interest was directed specifically towards physiotherapy in his teens, having suffered numerous personal sporting injuries which required a hefty amount of time spent at the local physiotherapy clinic. It was there he learnt to appreciate how much influence his Physiotherapist could have on keeping him on the Rugby field and more importantly helping him prevent injuries from re-occurring.
He completed his Physiotherapy degree in Otago University in 2007. After fine-tuning his trade for a few years in Wellington, he spent the last 7 years in Sydney before making the move back to New Plymouth with his partner and 7 month old son.
His initial attraction to become a Physiotherapist was Sports Physiotherapy and this remains his passion to this day. Cam has done and continues to play a lot of sports himself. Over the years he has worked for a number of teams, mostly Rugby Union and Rugby League, netball and basketball. His Physiotherapy background is varied, with vast experience treating everything from long-term chronic injuries to acute sprains/strains or conditions created by sedentary work conditions or simply postural imbalances. His preferred treatment areas are necks (including headaches), shoulders, knees and ankles/feet. He treats very biomechanically and holistically, looking at the body as a whole.
In his spare time he finds it difficult to stay still, so if he’s not exercising or playing rugby, he will be exploring the great outdoor adventures the Naki has to offer.
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Bridget Hunter (honours) Acupuncture, registered with NZASA, MBAcC , ACC provider
Bridget has been involved in sports, health, pathology and healing arts her entire life. Prior to commencing her BSc (honours) in Acupuncture in 2005, she had a 14 year career working in hospitals in NZ and the UK as a Biomedical Scientist. Since completing her degree in Chinese Medicine, she has worked in India (also completing 200 hours of Yoga Teacher training), trained in Thai massage in Bangkok, hosted Wellness Retreats in Austria, volunteered in a local medical clinic in Kenya and opened her own private practice here in New Plymouth in 2010. Bridget uses her career thus far and varied life experiences to create a safe, non judgmental and empathic healing space. Recently she completed specialist training in paediatric acupuncture. Bridget loves living back home in New Plymouth with her young daughter and spending as much time as possible in nature and on the beach.
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Nigel Cliffe BhSc-Acu, Member of Acupuncture NZ, ACC provider
Nigel graduated from the NZ School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2001 with an Advanced Diploma of Acupuncture, Diploma in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine and Tui na massage.
He completed a clinical internship at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hangzhou, China during his final year of study (2001).
Nigel studied Yang style long form(108 movements) of Tai Ji Chuan ( internal martial art) from the director of NZSATCM, A.M Olatunji and has provided classes on this and Qi Gong (a type of meditation) external to his clinical practise.
Nigel upgraded his qualification to a Bachelor of Health Science specialising in Acupuncture in 2018 and is continuing his postgraduate study in pain management and digestive regulation.
He is an experienced Practitioner having facilitated community clinics in both Taranaki and Wanganui offering Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Tui na and classes in Tai ji and Qi gong over the last 20 years.
Nigel takes a practical holistic approach to his acupuncture treatments using principles of Chinese medicine relating to seasonal nutrition, mental health and physical movement to help balance hard-working lifestyles.
Special areas of interest for him are chronic pain management, digestive function and injury rehabilitation.
Nigel was born and raised in Taranaki and has worked in the dairy and petrochemical industries also.
His own experience of trauma and diverse health imbalances from an early age induced him to look deeper into the available options of healthcare and balance.
Traditional Chinese Medicine with its extensive written history and application of this medicine for millennia attracted him after visiting the school in 1997.
He loves the outdoors is a keen surfer/ swimmer, gardener and father of three.
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Personal Training & Pilates Instructors
Aliesha Barnett BSpLS (CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE)
Aliesha is a highly motivated and energetic trainer who holds a Bachelor of Sports and Leisure through The University of Waikato. Her compassion and drive helps her interact with clients while giving them the guidance and support they need to achieve their goals. Aliesha's goal is to allow her clients to live a happier, healthier and fitter lifestyle. She has a keen interest in multi-sport events where in early 2015 she completed her first half ironman race.
Aliesha is a certified Barre Pilates instructor, running regular Barre and Mat Pilates training classes throughout the week. Other classes include Pre & Postnatal Pilates, Mum's & Bubs Pilates, Cooperate Bootcamp sessions and Express sessions for those short on time.
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Jackie gained her Massage Therapist Certificate in 2009 and Diploma in Aromatherapy in 2010 in Australia - specialising in Deep Tissue/Sports Massaging (placing pressure on muscles and connective tissues of the body to relieve pain/provide increased relaxation) and Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage (gentle massage techniques encouraging the movement of lymph fluid around the body and removal of waste and toxins from body tissues).
With “hands-on” techniques, Jackie believes massage relieves muscle tension, increases circulation, reduces stress and anxiety, boosts the immune system, and improves sleep and promotes relaxation throughout the whole body.
Massage is the most natural and healing method in the world. I work on happy people, people who have chosen to have the best ½ hour or hour of their day! I help clients to unwind, de-stress, and work on relieving pain by working with clients to achieve the best from the massage for their needs.
Anna looks after the accounts side of BodyLogic. Anna brings a range of experience having spent several years at TSB bank and more recently Anna co-owned Curves gym, Bell Block. While at Curves, Anna helps manage clients through weight loss and fitness endeavors with consideration of physical elements and nutrition.
Now that the kids are all at school, Anna is currently exploring options to further her understanding of nutrition, especially in the management of health complaints.
Aimee oversees the operations of the clinic and keeps our social media followers informed and entertained!
Originally from Wales, Aimee spent some time in Australia before moving to NZ to be with her Taranaki partner. While in Australia Aimee competed the ultimate 12 week challenge and this is where her passion and awareness for the health industry began. Amazed with her results and after seeing her before and after pictures Aimee went on to become a personal trainer and inspire others to achieve their goals.
Now a new mum, time is precious but in the past she has enjoyed Horse riding, skiing, acting and still engages in a few weight sessions. Other passions include her previous career working with dogs and music. Aimee used to play for the Royal Regimental Wales, a branch of the Welsh Territorial Army.