Meet our practitioners

Marco Antonetto


DO, M.Ost RQ U.K.

"The only way to do great work is to love what you do" –Steve Jobs

I have always been attracted by excellence. During my last year of high school, I was rewarded for the dissertation on “Obsession of excellence”, a motto of two Italian entrepreneurs that reached success doing what they loved and starting from nothing. Since I was young, I always felt attracted by the world of medicine. Thanks to that, I came in contact with a doctor with several years of clinical practice that was expanding his knowledge with a Master in Osteopathy. He told me that this medicine, known in Italy by a few, it would have been the turning point for lots of complaints of his patients because his aim was to solve the cause and not just the symptom. He strongly believed that Osteopathy would be considered the medicine of excellence in the future.

I was fascinated by these words and I decided to start studying Osteopathic Medicine at the International College of Osteopathic Medicine. During my studies I had over 1300 hours of clinical apprenticeship and I treated more than 200 patients. I took the opportunity to study the visceral and cranial field in depth, with specific training sessions, tutorials and conferences.This incredible 5 years of study not only gave me the highest academic achievement obtainable in Osteopathic Medicine, but also gave me the chance of improving my curriculum with a recognised-quality Master at North East Surrey College Of Technology (NESCOT). Nowadays, I am enrolled in the General Osteopathic Council (G.O.s.C.) and I am practicing in line with the high standard required.

I am committed to excellence in my practice and I love what I am doing, that is why I do great work.

We are delighted to announce that Marco Antonetto has been shortlisted for the Institute of Osteopathy's 2018 Associate of the Year award. These annual awards celebrate high quality and innovative care delivered by osteopaths for the people of their communities. The Associate of the Year award recognises osteopaths who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to providing first-class patient-centred care, hard work and innovation to supporting the health of the people in their local communities.

The Institute of Osteopathy (iO) is the professional membership organisation representing over two thirds of osteopaths in the UK.

Alessia Iannibelli


D.O. M.Ost. RQ (UK) M.C.B.

Alessia has studied in Italy for 5 years in the prestigious International College of Osteopathic Medicine in Milan and she also achieved the Master in Osteopathy (M.Ost), the highest academic achievement obtainable by an osteopath, at North East Surrey College of Technology (Surrey, UK) in partnership with Kingston University. Finally, in 2016 after 2 yearscourse she has also obtained the diploma in therapeutic massages (M.C.B) at Ecolife S.r.l. (Milano).

Alessia is enrolled in the General Osteopathic Council (G.O.S.c.), the UK osteopaths department, which is responsible for certifying high standards of practice of its members. During her studying she had over 1300 hours of clinical training and over 250 treatments at the ICOM and NESCOT clinic, which allowed her to reach high standards of practice and confidence in the patient approach.

Her course of study focused in both muscles-skeletal and functional approach (visceral and craniosacral techniques). Thanks to the very high level of preparation in the last year of her studies, she also had hours of clinical training in the paediatric ICOM clinic.

Alessia has been in the sports world for years as an athlete (cycling) and this has led her to specialise in this field, although in recent years her attitude towards children has led her to design new challenges. In fact, her new project is to attend a paediatric master course, in order to follow the growing until the beginning and in pregnant woman.

Her goal is to provide each patient with individualised osteopathy care and her principles are to share her knowledge and experience so that each patient can have a better understanding of their condition and a strategy to manage pain.

Dr. Dorothy Li


D.O. M.Ost. RQ (UK) M.C.B.

Dr Xiao Li received her Bsc Degree in Medicine from the Beijing College of Acupuncture and Orthopaedics after completing five years of full time course, majoring in Orthopaedics of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

A member of The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (UK) (ATCM). She has worked in England as a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner since 2003. Xiao has worked in various clinics throughout London, England applying treatments for Chinese herbal medicine, TCM acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, cosmetic acupuncture, and Tui Na (therapeutic massage).

Amanda Riley



Amanda has a wide range of therapies to help with relaxation, rest and emotional release. She works to help restore balance to the body.

Having trained initially in massage, she progressed through various techniques to learn to combine and create her own style of working. She combines intuition and energy work with Massage, Reflexology, Reiki and Bowen. She also continues to offer each of these as individual treatments.

Depending on your condition, symptom or stressor you can work together to create a bespoke treatment tailored for you. Getting to the root cause of the problem and allowing it to release without the need for a story or drama. Amanda has great compassion and is passionate about helping people move forward in life.

She regularly works with pregnant clients, has spent over 8 years helping people with all types and stages of cancer, to relax the body and mind and help work alongside their hospital or doctors treatment plan. She has worked with varying levels of physical and emotional trauma, working with victims of the war in Sarajevo to a wide range of emotional issues back in the UK. She is also widely trusted and her services used by a number of therapists and healers.

Hydrotherm Massage

Hydrotherm massage is massage where you lie on cushions of warm water. This provides a uniquely luxurious and unsurpassed massage experience for yourself. It allows you to remain lying on your back throughout the session without having to move, this is helpful if you are currently in pain, or find it difficult to lie on your front. The warm water gradually relaxes your muscles which enables the massage to relax you even further.

Pregnancy Hydrotherm Massage

Massage during pregnancy is a joy to give and receive, there are so many changes that happen during pregnancy it truly is the miracle of life. Some of the benefits are reducing blood pressure, decreasing stress and releasing muscle tension. It also contains that special bond where baby responds to the touch, a really beautiful experience.

The Bowen Technique

The Bowen Technique is a fascinating treatment, it is a simple, yet highly specific, hands-on procedure which has been widely practised in Australia since its development in the 1950's by Tom Bowen, an industrial engineer. Bowen Technique procedures were initially directed at acute musculoskeletal complaints such as work- and sports-related injuries. It soon became apparent, however, that these procedures had a demonstrable effect on many chronic medical problems, which include a litany of environmental medical syndromes.


"Thank you so much for my session today - I have had such a lovely day and know that I'm going to sleep like a baby tonight! I am so pleased I took up your offer last year and have started a little journey of discovery and unwinding at the same time. Thank you."
Cara - Surrey

"I was in a desperate state of suffering a phase of insomnia over the Christmas period and by chance found Amanda for a reflexology treatment. I can't recommend Amanda highly enough. I walked out after one hour of treatment with a much calmer mind, followed by a good night's sleep. The value of that feeling of waking up after a good night's sleep cannot be put into words, but everyone who has experienced insomnia will know exactly what I mean! 10 days on and I'm still sleeping! Thank you Amanda!"
Baerbel, Surrey

For more information or to book an appointment,
call us on 020 8397 8629 or email us

Our therapists' registrations & associations

National Council for Hypnotherapy

Georgina Sayce

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Paula Tarr

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Beverley Jane Simpkins

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Mike Broadbent

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Barbara Riddell

British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy

Eva Escofet, Maria Burke, Rachel Ward, Catherine Morgan, Alison Van Haeften

The National Counselling Society

Beverley Jane Simpkins

The British Psychological Society

Dr Gurpreet Kaur

AThe National Counselling Society

Dr Gurpreet Kaur,
Dr Julia Woollatt

UK Council for Psychotherapy

Geraldine McEwan,
Dr Gauri Beecroft

Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy and Counselling Association

Geraldine McEwan

Association for Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture UK

Dorothy Liu

The British Institute for Allergy and Environmental Therapy

Sue Leader

British Complementary Medicine Association

Sue Leader

The Society of Homeopaths

Sue Leader

General Medical Council Registration

Dr Diane Keith

General Osteopathic Council

Marco Antonetto,
Alessia Iannibelli

Functional Medicine Coaching Academy

Rachel Ward

The Complementary Medical Association

Alison Van Haeften

Federation of Holistic Therapists

Amanda Riley

Surrey Centre for Natural Health is not an organisational member of the organisations listed above and is therefore not affiliated or accountable to them.