Our Team

  • Ashleigh O'Connell BSc(Hons) MCHs

    Ashleigh O'Connell BSc(Hons) MCHs
    Managing Director and Owner

    Podiatrist and Chiropodist Ashleigh is a HCPC state registered qualified podiatrist with a particular interest in

    Biomechanics who trained at the University of East London, gaining a degree in Podiatric medicine BsC(hons).


  • Dr Nick Hawkes

    Dr Nick Hawkes
    DClinPsy , Doctor of Clinical Psychology

    Clinical Experience

    Dr Hawkes has many years experience working in inpatient and outpatient eating disorder services offering individual and group therapy at all levels of severity and complexity for anorexic, bulimic, binge-eating and atypical eating disorder and related problems, such as depressed mood, obsessions and compulsions, and the impact of childhood and adult traumatic experiences.


  • Gillian Winn
    Sports Massage Therapist

    Gillian is a highly motivated individual both at work and in her home and family life. She is an extremely athletic member of the team who attends the gym most days taking part in yoga and Pilates classes.


  • Dianne Bardwell
    Clinical Receptionist

    Dianne brings 41 years of customer experience to Herts Wellness Centre

    She is passionate about her career and always goes the extra mile.


  • Sara Schobs
    Reflexologist and Reiki Therapist

    Sara obtained her ABC Level 3 in Reflexology in 2006 at the Margaret Corbishley School of Reflexology in Hertfordshire.

    She also became a Reiki healer in 2005 which has brought about a difference in her own life as well as some of the clients she has treated.


  • Kay Tagney

    Kay Tagney

    Kay Tagney is a Hypnotherapist and a Professional Member of the National Hypnotherapy Society and observe their code of practice. She is also a professional member of the Institute of Brain Working Recursive Therapy.


  • Tracey Vaughan
    Holistic Consultant

    I am a Holistic Consultant and an active member of the UK Reiki Federation.

    Reiki found me after I finally made the decision to change my life. I was living with anxiety, low self-worth and constantly putting others first. I discovered that putting on a 'brave face' was not only exhausting but was the cause of many physical problems.


  • Lisa Lindfield

    Lisa Lindfield
    Massage therapist

    Holistic massage benefits the mind, body and spirit.

    Massage relaxes taut muscles, aids lympathic drainage, releases toxins and benefits the "whole" in many other positive ways. Physical and emotional stress can be reduced through therapeutic touch and a myriad of other restrictive problems can also be alleviated.


  • Roberta Duman

    Roberta Duman

    The link between disease and our lifestyles and diet is well proven.

    As a nation we are becoming increasingly sick and our lifestyles are diets are contributory factors to many underlying chronic health conditions.