Hi, I'm Kay White, advanced sports and remedial massage therapist, healthy living guide, personal trainer, Qigong and Kung Fu instructor - helping clients feel better, gain resilience and stay well. Kay helps with chronic pain, day-to-day niggles, unhealthy lifestyle habits and medical conditions. She works with adults who may be:
- fed up with being in pain
- tired of being on pain medication
- frustrated by not being able to do the things they love
- feel like they’ve tried everything and
- are ready to try a new approach to make a difference.
Kay is a first port of call for complementary healthcare, whether clients seek recovery of a day-to-day niggle or a longer term programme which might include health checks, healthy habits change, massage, corrective exercise and classes to help build resilience and stay well.
She often works with clients who have medical conditions, providing a safe atmosphere for them to discuss their condition and its impact, guiding them to find ways forward.
Kay helps clients to build healthy lifestyle habits; she motivates and builds client confidence when they are ready to consider making a change. Clients have successfully reduced or eliminated alcohol intake, improved healthy eating, sleep habits and activity levels. What is the healthy living habit that you or someone you know could benefit from most?
Kay was inspired to become a holistic practitioner because she overcame the impact of a debilitating, hereditary condition through a combination of perseverance, specialist intervention, traditional Qigong, effective professional treatment, self-growth and kindness.
She’s now living an active life, has completed triathlons and has established Telos, her private clinic practice, in addition to teaching traditional Shaolin Kung Fu and Qigong. In order to offer her holistic approach, Kay undertook a wide range of studies.
After university, Kay’s career began in investment banking and encompassed social enterprise, sustainability, post-graduate distinction, strategy and leadership. The areas she excelled at have translated into her career as a complementary healthcare professional. Kay is good at seeing the big picture, challenging the status quo and problem solving. These skills are invaluable in helping people with complex conditions. Kay's health journey and related empathetic approach is particularly helpful when working with clients who have long-term conditions. She undertook university-level psychology training with an NHS Trust Foundation to be able to better help people affected by physical health challenges through an evidence-based, empathetic approach. She has helped clients improve quality of life since 2015 and has been asked by medical condition related charities to be a speaker or serve as an advisor. Originally from the U.S., Kay has been married for 14 years and has lived in the UK since 2003. Cambridge has been home since 2004. Are you ready to feel better, build resilience and stay well? Kay would love to help you on your journey.
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