Meet The Team
BSc, MSc, MCSP, HCPC
Chair and Founder
Annys founded LEGS in 2016. She has a background in sport and exercise science and has over 10 years of experience as an NHS physiotherapist.
Annys worked as an exercise instructor prior to becoming a physiotherapist and believes that strong bridges can be built by exercise and health professionals to create optimal rehabilitation and exercise solutions for people living with long term neurological conditions.
Annys chairs the board of trustees.
MPT, MCSP, HCPC
Lisa started helping lead LEGS exercise sessions in 2018. She is a licensed physiotherapist with over 15 years of experience working in hospitals, outpatient clinics and in domiciliary care in a variety of areas.
She studied Exercise Physiology as an undergraduate, then focused on neurological rehab in her Master’s program for Physical Therapy. She is a big believer in exercise rehabilitation empowering people to improve their movement and achieve better physical and mental health.
In the last 3 years, she has been working privately in domiciliary care and with small groups for fitness, strength as well as neuroprotective exercise.
BSc, MSc, MCSP, HCPC
Sarah is a highly specialist physiotherapist specialising in Neurological Rehabilitation. She leads the LEGS classes and assesses all of our new participants.
Sarah also works at St George's NHS Trust as the Principal Physiotherapist at the Wolfson Neurological Rehabilitation Centre and is regional representative for London ACPIN (a professional network which encourages the pursuit of excellence in the field of neurological physiotherapist practice) and sits on the National ACPIN board.
Head of Operations
Victoria joined LEGS in April 2019.
She oversees the administration and day to day operations of the charity and supports the Trustees in the governance of LEGS.
Victoria studied History of Art at Leeds University before commencing a 15 year career in Education administration, supporting executives in strategic and governance roles in both the public and private sectors.