Pegasus Sports Centre Ltd & Partners
Due to the Covid-19 Government restrictions, unfortunately the following partners are not currently working out of the facility at Pegasus until further notice, keep checking back for updates
Music with Mummy
Take your child on a musical journey, with our lively, fun classes full of singing, movement and percussion.
Fabulous fun for babies and children from birth until school. Jessica Stockwell has been running her Music with Mummy classes at Pegasus for a number of years now.
Brooks Academy of Dance
Brooks has been at Pegasus since 2016 after being founded by Susan Brooks in 1993. Classes include Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, Street, Modern Theatre Craft, Tap, Cheerleading, Musical Theatre and Adult Ballet/Jazz and Fitness.
For more infomation and bookings, please call 07788 664429 or email Susan.
Starlights has been at Pegasus for a number of years from back when we were in Crismill Lane to now in our larger facility. This has also enabled Starlights to expand and train on some Friday and Saturday nights at Pegasus.
For more information and bookings, please email Starlights.
Sports Massage Therapy
Ellie has been a coach with us at Pegasus for the past 5 years within our kindergym, GFA and GYMability programs. She is now offering advanced sports massage therapy in the clubs physio room.
Sports massage therapy is ideal for injury prevention/ rehabilitation, reducing pain and increasing range of motion in joints, aiding day to day mobility.
Whether you’re a sportsman, keen gym goer or neither, everyone suffers with aches and pains which can be alleviated by taking the time to look after your body. Ellie’s knowledge and experience of sport, in particular gymnastics assists with assessments and treatments and rehabilitation of muscular problems.
You can contact Ellie via Instagram @therapyfitkent or email at email@example.com for appointment bookings.
The Coffee Beam
The Coffee Beam welcomes you to their coffee shop facility at Pegasus. The Coffee Beam is run independently from the club by Debbie Hounsell.
They are there for you to grab some refreshments while waiting for your children to do their gymnastics, dance class or other activity. They offer hot food, snacks, drinks and ice creams. There is also a play area too for other patiently waiting siblings.
Emilia Hara M.Ost.
Awarded Integrated Master’s Degree in Osteopathy, Emilia has been trained firstly at The European School of Osteopathy in the UK and thereafter her professional skills shared with two other practices in Kent.
Emilia is using a variety of therapeutic techniques ranging from cranial Osteopathy and Paediatrics, Visceral manipulation, lymphatic drainage to Rehabilitation Exercise Therapy. Additionally, Emilia uses Kinesiotaping, Deep Tissue Massage and Western Medical Acupuncture (dry needling) to complement her treatments. She treats all range of age from infants to elderly.
Prior to working in Osteopathy Emilia shared her passion for caring for elderly and disabled people working as a carer in the local community.
Emilia provides individually tailored treatment plans using a variety of ‘’hands-on’’ techniques as well as advice on lifestyle activities and exercises to encourage patients to take care of their personal wellbeing.
Emilia’s goal is to provide the most extensive consultations for patients and deliver the highest standard of care.
Emilia spends her time off with her family and practicing Yoga, Pilates, and skiing in the winter. She enjoys traveling and discovering new places.
Emilia is also registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy.
Emilia also speaks fluent polish if needed.
Robert Dawson M.Ost.
Robert graduated from the European School of Osteopathy with a Master degree in Osteopathy. He is also trained in offering Western Medical Acupuncture (dry needling), which he utilises in treatments and previously trained in Sports Massage.
He likes to hear the individual story of what health concern brought you to the clinic. From there he works with a variety of hands-on techniques and advises on how a patient can support their own recovery outside the therapy room. He is interested in treating patients of all ages including infants.
He is a keen cyclist and enjoys walks with a very energetic Lakeland terrier.
Robert is also registered with the General Osteopathic Council in order to maintain high standards in the profession.