Graham Stones

Long-term bodyworker and yogi, Graham has an extraordinary breath of knowledge in all things anatomy and physiology related. He effectively harnesses that knowledge to bring about fundamental changes in the body, using advanced techniques in visceral, neural and lymphatic manipulation.

Graham Stones

Visceral & Neural Manipulation Therapist
"I believe there is nothing more valuable than feeling fit and healthy and being able to enjoy the things you love."

Graham Stones experienced the highs of winning gold at national level in Kung-fu and having a consistent yoga practice for many years, before he became broken when he was caught in the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami whilst in South East Asia. Through his recovery he sought out some of the latest and most under utilised advancements in physical therapy that have been cited as the missing link to muscle and joint pain.

In 2008, he returned to traveling again, this time in India for six months, where he spent two months in Mysore practicing yoga and treating broken yogis. On his return he began working as a Sports Injury Therapist for the English National Ballet and running his own clinics in central London.

Over the 14 years he has been working in physical therapy, Graham has developed a reputation for treating difficult problems that were not resolved through conventional treatments like physiotherapy, osteopathy or chiropractic treatment. His work now bridges the gap between bio-mechanical problems in the muscles and joints as well as addressing the health and vital movement of deeper internal structures of the body, like organs, nerves and fascia, that more often than not, play a key role in the resolution of persistent pain patterns or injury.

Graham's mission is to raise the standard of treatment available to yogis and other equally dedicated, active people in the pursuit of doing something positive, inspiring and good, but are broken, in pain or stuck. "Whether it's on the yoga mat, striving for your best on stage, running a marathon or pottering in the garden. If it is important to you, keeps you fired up and makes you feel good in some way then my aim is to help you keep doing it.

Bookings & More Information

Please contact Graham to discuss your requirements and to book an appointment:
Tel: 07901 975 007
Email Graham