SomaTraining UK operates both as a teaching facility, that regularly hosts post-graduate level education for exercise professionals and health practitioners, as well as a rehabilitation and training facility for patients, clients and athletes.

Our treatment plans and exercise programs are based on principles of tensegrity biomechanics, osteopathy and sports science. The body is not only a sum of muscles, bones, joints and organs with glands, blood vessels and nerves around them.

All these parts are linked with each other and form a global functional unit. The link that connects them is called connective tissue or fascia. Ligaments, tendons, joint capsules, aponeurosis, peritoneum, pleura, pericardium and so on, all belong to this category.

Our treatment techniques focus on treating these links, while our exercises aim to isolate and stimulate them to help the process of auto normalization.

This level of precision and attention to detail can produce exceptional results. Whether it is getting out of pain, improving your health & fitness or raising your sports performance, our goal is to help you get solid, measurable results.

We believe that change starts with understanding; therefore we put a lot of emphasis on client education. Clients and athletes who visit us receive a customized home program specific to their needs. There is an exercise program for someone rehabilitating an injury or after surgery, as well as for the elite athlete wishing to work in the off-season or take their game to a higher level.

Peter Bodi

Peter Bodi
Program Director

Peter is a clinical exercise specialist with a background in physical education and strength & conditioning. He is a certified SomaTrainer and SomaTherapy practitioner. He has studied from and works closely with Guy Voyer D.O. (in France & Canada) and his specialty is in designing exercise and lifestyle programs aiming at correcting physiological and biomechanical dysfunctions. His particular interest is in helping athletes transition from injury, back to high level sport performance. Alongside regular clients he has worked with elite athletes as well as other high profile personalities across the film and music industry, business and finance. Peter is the founder and director of SomaTraining UK, the official home of ELDOA in Europe and the UK. Peter also teaches SomaTraining and ELDOA workshops, and has consulted teams in professional rugby, football, and the NHL.

Guy Voyer DO MD (fr, ca)

Guy Voyer
Pedagogic Director

Combining over 30 years of study with his passion for anatomy, physiology, and athletic training, and with his extensive clinical and practical experience, Guy Voyer D.O. (in France & Canada) is a leading expert in the study and treatment of the fascia. He combines his expertise as an athletic trainer, a physiotherapist, and osteopathic physician (in France, Canada), and with more than 10 other medical and paramedical specialties, Guy Voyer is one of the very few capable of bringing Osteopathy and strength and conditioning together to help people better their quality of life, heal their ailments and achieve better athletic performance.

Academic profile (summary)

-Osteopath D.O from Ministerial Training College - Sheffield (1974).
- University diploma in Sport traumatology of the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine of (1983).
- Inter-university diploma in Manual and orthopedic medicine of the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (1989).
- University diploma of the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine in Locomotion Pathology linked to the practice of sports (1990).
- University diploma of Juridical Reparation and Damage Prejudice (1991).
- University diploma Physiopathology applied to physical exercise (1992).
- Capacity of Hydrology and Medical Climatology - Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (1993).
- Part-time lecturer at the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (Hydrology and medical Climatology) from 1993 till 1996.
- Osteopath D.O of the College of Osteopathic Studies - Montreal (1999).
- Osteopath of the Sutherland Academy- Montreal (2001).
- Osteopath D.O of Federal European Registry of Osteopaths (FERO)(2004)



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