Body Restore Clinic in Blenheim, Marlborough is an integrated-therapies clinic focused on getting our clients to wellness. We do this through offering a range of treatments, therapies and classes.
Our professionally-trained team offers sports massage, deep tissue massage, relaxation massage & pregnancy massage, pilates, yoga, lymphatic massage, infrared sauna treatments.
Clinic Owner, Massage Therapist, Pilates & Dry Needling
Kate opened her first massage business in 1998 in Cambridge, New Zealand while part of the New Zealand Rowing Team bidding for a spot at the Sydney Olympic Games (2000).
Kate was a NZ rowing rep from 1992-2000 and also, while rowing training, she completed her Diploma in Sports studies. It was during this demanding training that Kate decided that Body & Massage was for her. So in 1997 she studied for her Diploma in Therapeutic Massage at the College of Natural Medicine.
She then was selected for the medical team for NZ Olympics in Athens 2004. Kate continued to travel onto many world Rowing Championships and has worked with other sports team helping athletes achieve their dreams & goals. Kate has since taken up multisport events such as the Coast to Coast and the Southern Traverse, and this has widened her understanding of the way our body operates.
Kate moved to Blenheim in 2005 for lifestyle choices and to start her own family. Being able to achieve the best results for her clients from all walks of life is what gives Kate the biggest buzz. She has continued to learn more to integrate other therapies into her clinic by completing her Pilates training, and Manual Lymphatic Drainage in 2013/2014, and by gathering a like minded group of people around her to offer a range of therapies to their clients.
She loves her family, finds time to garden, enjoys the outdoors and gets her creative kick from photography and upcycling furniture.
>> Email Kate or call 03 5776716
At present 2021 Kate is not taking on new clients, however we do have a great team of therapists that can see you. Thank you for your understanding.
Dennis Wells is a registered Osteopath with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand. He loves what he does, being part of his client’s wellness journey and sharing his knowledge to empower his clients to better health is important to him and he finds it hugely satisfying.
Dennis has been practicing Osteopathy for over 10 years and he says he thrives on what he does. He is focused on natural pain relief and improving function for anyone from the age of five years right through to seniors.
Georgie Kydd is an osteopath, originally from Blenheim.
She enjoys working with all types of injuries from sports injuries and irritations to issues with habitual sitting and complaints that arise with aging.
After participating in most sports that exist growing up, she found her passion to be multisport – swimming, cycling, mountain biking and running. This has informed her work as an Osteo further studying injuries in these sports and others while working with athletes from all backgrounds in New Plymouth.
During her studies her thesis was aimed to develop a rating tool for sitting posture at a workstation and ergonomics continue to interest her.
Charlotte Patterson has been practising yoga for 15 years and teaching for 6. She trained at the Byron Bay Yoga Centre in Purna Yoga which combines the physical yoga poses with breathwork and meditation.
Charlotte's classes are aimed at beginner and experienced yogis and poses can be modified depending on your level and physical constraints.
Charlotte's goal is for you to leave class feeling better than when you came in - physically awakened and energised, emotionally and mentally calm and centred with a smile on your face!
Kerry hails from the UK where she did the start of her yoga training and her Honours degree in Physical Recreation. On moving here in 2006, she completed pilates training to the advanced level in 2009.
You could say she is passionate about yoga and pilates, is an understatement, she loves the difference these disciplines make in her clients lives. The most obvious change is in their strength, their flexibility and how they have become more bodily aware.
One client who takes part in iron man competitions has noticed that his back no longer aches when on his bike, and more sedentary clients love the fact they can move and feel better and they bring this into their every day lives.
Kirsty started practising Pilates in 2004 in Auckland and you could say she caught the Pilates bug good and proper. She took the plunge into teaching and qualified through Polestar Pilates in 2013.
She now teaches small groups and private classes with us at our clinic. What she loves most is helping people to reconnect with their bodies and how they start to change and improve the way they move in everyday life - with the biggest buzz being when clients tell her about the benefits they feel in themselves from practising Pilates!
Nutrition Coach & Functional strength trainer
Get The Body You Want With Functional Strength Training Privates And Nutritional Coaching!
If you want to get out of lower back pain, shoulder pain, feeling weak in your core, or you simply want to optimize your athleticism, you need to take a look at your functional strength. I take a focused, progressive approach to rebuild foundational strength patterns that will carry over to everyday life. This helps to build mobility in your body naturally as stiffness is actually a symptom of lack of strength. It doesn't matter how big your muscles are, it's how they work together.
No gym membership required and I work with all levels of fitness. Often how we feel goes hand in hand with what we eat. If you're overweight/underweight and you've tried different diets that didn't work for you, I can help you achieve your goals safely, sanely and sustainably.