My name is Evi Patsia, and I am originally from Greece. I have been living in the UK since 1996, when I first came over to study a masters degree in Computer Science. Movement and sports have always been a significant part of my life. I started playing tennis at the age of ten, moved on to gymnastics, attempted running to find myself playing volleyball for teams in the national league in Greece.

As a teenager I developed scoliosis, which taught me a lot about my body. I visited the Katharina Schroth clinic in Germany to learn how scoliosis-specific physiotherapy could help me treat my back. Many years later I took up pilates and yoga to help my body stay flexible and pain-free. The unfortunate advice of orthopeadics led me to a career in Maths and Computing, which I then quited so that I could immerse myself in pilates and manual therapy and learn how I could help both myself and others with scoliosis. The journey has been an incredible one. I discovered Nia, which gave me the freedom and ability to let go of the conceived limitations of my body, accept my scoliosis, and become an inspiration for others. I have been grateful to be educated by some of the most well-known somatic educators in the UK and abroad, such as Mark Gray, Justin Haroun, Liz Bassey, Robert Schleip, Thomas Myers, and Debbie Rosas.

My approach to health and well-being is rooted in bodywork. My passion for fitness and therapy pushes me to constantly better my practice, and stay ahead of the curve. I have studied countless CPD qualifications, workshops and seminars.

I am a graduate of the University of Westminster, where I studied a BSc in Remedial Massage and Neuromuscular Techniques. While studying for my degree, I also trained in Pilates Matwork, Nia, and Medical Qigong. I was most recently trained in the Garuda system of fitness. I blend fitness and therapy to assist people achieve their well-being aims. I am particularly passionate about working with individuals that are suffering from scoliosis and other spinal conditions.

I regularly teach Pilates, and Nia and offer different forms of Manual Therapy. Check out where I practice, or contact me for further information.

















A web site about living in a body, fitness education, movement and transformation through Pilates, Nia, and Qigong, as well as Scoliosis treatment and Bodywork practices.

Thai Massage and Manual Therapy Clinic
Moorgate, London EC2M 5QA

Wednesdays between
2.15pm and 8.15pm
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Starts on the 20th of January 2014 at Central YMCA, WC1B 3NQ

Six weeks course, every Monday at 6.30pm.

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Small number reformer class at the Light Centre, Moorgate EC2M 5QA
Fridays 8-8.45am

Call me: 07722 010209
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