Penni believes in hands-on therapy, complimented by advice, education, and personalised exercise prescription.  As well as being a physio, she is also an accredited clinical Pilates tutor, and registered Yoga instructor.


BSc (Hons) Sports Science   
University of Portsmouth 1999

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy    
University of Birmingham 2003

Professional Memberships

Health Care Professions Council
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Acupuncture association of Chartered Physiotherapists
Australian Pilates and Physiotherapy Institute (APPI)


After completing a degree in Sports Science in 1999, and working as a physical training instructor, I went on to complete my physiotherapy degree at the University of Birmingham.  After qualifying in 2003 I completed my junior rotations in Portsmouth covering inpatient and orthopaedics, neurological patients, elderly care, respiratory care and musculoskeletal problems.  I worked with  Rugby teams as well as working in a local private clinic. 
I completed a post-graduate diploma in western musculoskeletal acupuncture in 2004, and have been practising clinical Pilates since 2007, at which time I relocated to Worcester.  After having two children I became a qualified APPI Clinical Pilates instructor in 2013. 
I continue to teach Pilates in north Worcester and Ombersley areas  and am expanding my practice into Clinical Yoga, for which I attained my teaching qualification for last year. 
I am a manual therapist with an expertise in exercise prescription, the combination of which I feel gives me the best outcomes when treating people with musculoskeletal symptoms.

Penni has recently set up a new you tube channel as well which is definitely worth a visit for great advice on exercise set up and muscle release.
Click here to go to Penni’s channel pYpTherapy Pitstop.