Founded by fitness expert Si Tate, Tate Wellness is one of the most respected health and fitness concierges in the industry.

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Si Tate

Si started Tate Wellness to help people unable to balance their weight, their wellbeing and their workload.

10 years ago he was overworked, overweight and felt like he had no time to put it right. Work was going very well but he was travelling more frequently and as his workload increased so did his waistline.

It had reached the point where he was carrying an extra 20kg of fat around, something that behind the scenes he felt pretty down about but he kept convincing himself that it wasn't THAT bad...

However after months of self denial, he decided that enough was enough and he needed to do something about it. He made a large shift in his work-life balance, changed his diet and hired a personal trainer that enabled him to lose not only the extra 20kg he was carrying but also an additional 10kg on top of that.

It was after this that he decided to make the move into health and wellbeing.

In the 10 years since that day, he has worked in all of the facets that make up the complete approach to health and wellbeing with some of the best professionals in the industry.

It is this knowledge and experience that he has brought together at Tate Wellness in building a team of experts, all individually qualified to deliver not only results, but overall improvements in your quality of life. They continue to help Si so he can trust that you're in the best hands for them to help you too.

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Jason Cook
Personal Training

Affable, adventurous and positive are words to best describe Jason. His PT sessions are motivating, full of energy and will have you wanting more. He is constantly motivated by the determination of his clients and the community spirit felt throughout Tate Wellness.

From strength training to focusing on your cardio, he will help you realise your goals. He’ll make you sweat but you’ll leave feeling better than before whilst focusing on your overall techniques to make the sessions you have even more fun. Jason loves to help you discover what you previously thought was unachievable. 

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Caroline Zimba
Yoga Teacher

Caroline brings 14 years of yoga practice into her teaching. She holds a foundation certificate from the British Wheel of Yoga as well as 700hrs in Ashtanga Vinyasa and various styles from India.
Caroline incorporates not only the body, but the mind and soul. Each class is tailored to the individual, enthused with an uplifting spirit using breathwork and meditation.


Yoga, the art of knowing yourself. Like holding a mirror up to life. Whatever shows up on your mat is showing up in life. During practice learn to manage breath, and therefore mind and body. The body follows the mind, the mind follows the breath, master breath - master yourself.

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Daphné Liot
Sports Massage

Originally from Paris, Daphne is passionate, friendly, dynamic and brings an enormous amount of energy to every session. Specialising in functional training, core strengthening and weight loss, she will have you focusing hard on technique and push you further than you believed you could go. Daphne will teach you the little tweaks that make a huge difference and help you feel stronger every week. She loves to train a wide range of clients from complete newbies in the gym to athletes as well as those who require specific care and attention to whether that be an injury or a medical condition or dysfunction.

 

 

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Greg Ryan
Physiotherapy

Having worked with many physiotherapists, Si enthuses that Greg's view of biomechanics is second to none and cannot recommend him highly enough for both short and long term treatment.

reg qualified from Guy’s Hospital in 1991 and spent 7 years in the NHS where he found his professional passion for treating musculoskeletal pain and injury. He went into private practice in 1998 before co-founding HFS in 2003 on Harley Street site. He has recently taken up cycling, but it was his years on the rugby field where he truly experienced first hand what it means to be injured.