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Registered Osteopath





After having to retire due to injury, from a glamorous career as a dancer with the internationally celebrated dance troupe 'STOMP', Daniel pursued a career in osteopathy and movement therapy to better understand the nature of injury and healing. Since then he has further trained as a Kinesiologist (see 'Kinesiology' under 'All services') a Hynotherapist (see 'Hypnotherapy') a Movement Therapist (see 'Anatomy in Motion') a Personal Trainer (see 'Personal Training') and a practitioner of Functional Medicine (see 'Functional Medicine') - a system biology-based approach that identifies and addresses the root cause of disease. 

Dan has an uncanny ability to hunt down, detect and then cure the hidden root of people's health problems that no other practitioner has been able to solve, and for this reason he is known to many as "The Magic Man"! 


He is also personally trained by Dr Raymond Perrin in the NHS-supported Perrin Technique™ for M.E., Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and post-viral fatigue which is currently being researched for efficacy in the treatment of Long Covid.

Daniel likes to work with anyone and everyone, whether it is to move them out of discomfort or to help them optimise the way their body functions and feels. He treats traditionally with osteopathy but also brings some muscle testing and kinesiology into his diagnosis. He is passionate about enabling his patients to move freely and offers suggestions as to how to keep well and improve their movement between visits. 

Dan lives in Hastings with his wife and young son.

Jane Reynolds, Osteopath and Cranial Osteopath


Registered Osteopath


Jane has worked with everyone - aged 9 days to 99 years - since being an osteopath, cranial osteopath and medical acupuncturist for over 20 years she now solely uses cranio-sacral therapy to treat babies. She runs our BETTER BABY CLINIC and concentrates on treating problems such as: birth trauma, ventouse and forceps, reflux, colic, unsettled and agitated behaviours, excessive crying, poor sleep, breast-feeding and latching problems and the inability to thrive. 

She has been described as the Baby Whisperer as well as a wizard (in a good way!!) Her treatments of babies have turned a lot of little lives around, by removing shock from a caesarian section, unwinding twists from inside the womb, lifting away frowns, enabling suckle reflexes to kick back in or relieving agitation and tension from babies' nervous systems.

Before moving to Eastbourne in 2016 she mainly practised in Brighton and Hove but also in Arundel, and Pulborough. Before entering osteopathic school Jane worked as a journalist and then moved into animal protection for the World Society for the Protection of Animals and as a press officer for the RSPCA.

Jane lives in Eastbourne with her daughter and loves walking, yoga, reading and writing.

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