The Moving Body enjoys supporting young athletes, performers with potential and people doing charity challenges who require sponsored treatment programmes to help them achieve their goals.
Rhia O'Reilly - Professional wrestler
Rhia O’Reilly is a professional wrestler challenging the perceptions of women everywhere. Originally from Northern Ireland, Rhia uprooted to Canada to train full time before finding a home in London from where she continues to wrestle internationally. Already a former two time Pro Wrestling EVE womens champion, in 2018 she became the first woman to hold the XWA mens title in its 19 year history. She is also one of the founders of EVE Academy, the first all female wrestling training school in London.
Kate Ivory Jordon - Dancer
We are currently working with Kate Ivory Jordan, an aspiring young dancer who is in her final year at Bird College. At only 18 years of age, Kate's CV is already incredibly impressive, with performances on the West End (Billy Elliott), at the Royal Albert Hall and on ITV's X Factor under her belt. As a former World Tap Champion, Kate is a founding member of Tap That Productions, a member of The Pulse Collective, and was on the faculty of the first ever UK tap festival - Brighton Tap Festival - which took place in August 2015. It is a real privilege for us to help this fantastic young dancer to remain pain and injury-free!
Sophie Elwes - Aspiring paralympic athlete
Sophie is an alpine ski racer and keen wakeboarder and waterskier. Having injured her spinal cord when she was 22, which left her paralysed and reliant on a wheelchair, she spent time qualifying as a primary school teacher before realising her passion and talent lay in skiing. During her first season of racing in 2015/16 she competed in the US Nationals races in New Hampshire, coming 5th in Giant Slalom and is now training with the British Team and aiming to qualify for the 2018 Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang. To follow Sophie on her Olympic quest, please check out her blog.
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