Sheranne is the founder of The Locomotive Co and a wellness advocate.
As someone who constantly moves from one place to the next, living life spontaneously, yoga has a special way of keeping Sheranne grounded. She first discovered yoga when she was living in LA after she had an invasive decompression surgery in her lower back. Whilst living and working in Hong Kong, her practice started to deepen due to the hectic nature of her work, and she was able to benefit from the mental and spiritual aspects of yoga.
After traveling to India to get certified as a yoga instructor, Sheranne felt the need to create access for wellness within workplaces, and create an awareness for mental health. The Locomotive Co was a result of this - marrying the different aspects of wellness from a body, mind and soul perspective and bringing them into organisations.
What Sheranne loves about teaching is seeing people from all walks of life come together to practice, with a common goal of wanting to make a change in their lives.
Juliette is a devoted Yoga teacher, who has been immersed in the journey of self-development through Yoga for years. She finds in yoga a place of tranquility and safety, focusing in her classes on emotional relief and a balanced mind. She highly believes that mental health is a key factor to succeed personally and professionally. She is specialized in teaching classes for students that experience anxiety, stress, and depression.
She got certified as a yoga instructor in Costa Rica and has absolved additional training in Sri Lanka and Bali. Since then, she has been teaching in five-star resorts, yoga studios and retreat centers across Southern Europe, Asia, and Central America.
Having worked as a software developer in corporate companies, she knows the difficulties of staying healthy and taking time out of a busy schedule for your own wellbeing at your workplace. This is one reason why she loves to be apart of the Locomotive Co. to support in this essential task of integrating wellness into organisations.
Over the last decade, Stephanie has immersed herself in different aspects that comprise the field of health and wellness. Her studies in Elemental Yoga Therapy of which she now teaches as a passion; and the more intangible, Osho-inspired active meditations.
Meditation came into Stephanie's life at an opportune time. She joined a meditation community in Singapore, Singa Satsanga in 2012, and since then the meditation community has become a staple, grounding part of her life. Her experience with the community allowed her to realise the importance of not just physical health, but also mental health.
Through this exposure and consistent practice of primarily Osho-inspired active meditations, Stephanie has found a way to anchor her sometimes chaotic life, and has allowed her to find that counterbalance to her "wild child" nature. Stephanie's realisation is that meditation is for everyone, and no matter your background and experience, we all have our own unique ways to finding our "center," the eye of our storm.
Neri gained a Masters in Osteopathy in London at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM). Since graduating she has worked in clinics in London, honing her approach to focus on both structural and mechanical dysfunctions as well as some focus on referral from psychosomatic stresses.
Neri believes osteopathy is a partnership between patient and osteopath, only using her skills to encourage and facilitate the bodies own healing ability. She practices a strong approach to provide progress toward health, by using a range of treatment modalities which include but are not limited to joint manipulations and mobilizations, dry needling, soft tissue work, and taping.
She has treated a range of clients ranging from work and sports injuries, to organ related conditions such as female pelvic health conditions like painful periods or recurrent cystitis.
Ryan is the Head Osteopath at Orchard Health Clinic and graduated from Oxford Brookes University, U.K. He has a sporting background of competitive long distance running, cycling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ).
Ryan firmly believes that you do not need to be a sports person to demand health and function in every aspect of your life. He strives to help every patient into achieving these goals. His approach is to: treat the dysfunction by finding its root cause, have a goal in mind and to educate the patient in maintaining health as well as preventing injury.
Ryan specialises in running and combat-related injuries, bio-mechanical pain assessment and post-op rehabilitation.