Our team

Wolfgang Mittelmaier – Clinic Director

Wolfgang Mittelmaier trained at the London School of Sports Massage and is a full member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage.

Wolfgang founded his clinic in 2002 and has treated more than 3,600 clients since then.

Besides running the clinic, Wolfgang has a variety of interests and has worked in the past as a translator, a writer, and a theatre director. He has an MA in Comparative Literature from the University of Munich, studied at Trinity College Dublin and at St.Patrick’s College Maynooth, Ireland, and has written several books on IT topics, and translated James Hawes’ novel A White Merc With Fins into German.

Wolfgang has published two articles in the Financial Times recently, one about back health, and one to help you build healthy habits.

Romain Mallet – Massage Therapist

Romain originally got a teaching degree in sports in Dijon in France, but has since completed an ITEC diploma in sports massage and currently studies osteopathy. As a former City worker, he also understands the strains that a desk job puts on the body.

Oleg Lagun – Massage Therapist

Oleg is a qualified Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist, with valuable experience in the techniques of Swedish, sports and remedial massage including soft tissue release, neuromuscular technique, muscle energy technique, deep tissue technique, connective tissue manipulation and the positional release technique.

Oleg took his first massage course over ten years ago, but then added a diploma at the London College of Massage in 2012, and then went on to gain a professional BTEC level 5 diploma in clinical sport and remedial massage therapy as a soft tissue therapist with the London School of Sports Massage. He now is a fully member of the industry leading massage association ISRM.

He has a background in martial arts. This lets him adopt a better body control for more precise movements and with the option to apply more pressure where needed.

With his massage techniques, Oleg can release your muscle tension and pain, correct your posture, shorten your recovery period after an injury, prepare your body for a competition and help your body recover faster after a competition.

His focus is on your goals and how he can adapt his work to suit them best with his skills and techniques. For maximum effect, he uses a combination of basic and advanced massage techniques in his practice.

He says: “We all agree that it is important to try harder and push yourself to your limits in both sports and career. However, we also need to understand that it is just as important to take your time to relax and recover after a long day and over thousands of years, massage has been one of the best methods to achieve this.”

Shannel Hutchinson – Massage Therapist

Shannel trained at the London School of Sports Massage (LSSM).

She also completed a BSc in Sports Therapy at the University College Birmingham before she went to the LSSM.

Shannel also is a National Triple Jumper who competed all around the UK for 7 years, so she has plenty of experience with pushing her body to the limit and dealing with injuries and developing strategies to prevent them.

Cristina Codina Llavina, Alexander Technique Teacher

Cristina is a fully certified and experienced Alexander technique teacher.

She is an Alexander Technique teacher qualified by STAT, the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, which requires a three-year training. She is a full member of the Society and is fully insured with them as a practising Alexander Technique Teacher.