In 2007, Kris graduated from the prestigious British College of Osteopathic Medicine as an Osteopath and Naturopath. Since graduating, Kris has combined his Osteopathic & Naturopathic approach with the understanding of natural human movement, human anthropology, health and movement, functional biomechanics, functional neurology, and is currently studying functional medicine.
To further understand the science behind movement, Kris studied in the US becoming a fellow of Applied Functional Science at the Gray Institute, has trained with CHEK Institute and studied with Z-Health. Combined with his own personal experience of competing in elite sport, these differing principles have allowed Kris to develop a broad spectrum of approaches with the patients and athletes he has worked with for over more than a decade. These approaches ranging from pain management, assessing movement strategies and linking it with an anthropological movement philosophy and movement arts principles, to functional neurology and Naturopathy.
Despite all the intricate knowledge that Kris has learnt about the human body over the last 15 years, it all returns to the idea of movement. His movement practice has led him to a wide range of teachers, from Capoeira to Tai Chi to Ido Portal. Kris is currently a Fighting Monkey student, studying under Jozef Frucek. This exploration of movement informs many components of his clinical and movement practice.
Sharing knowledge has always been a passion. teaching extensively at university level and across multiple healthcare fields within therapy and elite sports. Teaching at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kris tutored osteopathic students within a clinical environment, teaching dissection at the London College of Surgeons and University College of London.