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About Core Elements

Core Elements aims to provide a rounded approach to Sports Massage and Sports Therapy Training, Therapy provision and Yoga practice. Through the focus of core development and full body alignment, our quality of life can be improved as strength, flexibility and daily movement are improved. These improvements often lead to reduced daily stress levels, reduced muscular pain, improved sleep and nutritional habits and increased feelings of wellness and vitality.

To achieve these aims Core Elements Training provides a range of Sports Massage and Sports Therapy qualification, CPD Short Courses, Workshops and Yoga Classes. 

Core Elements qualifications and CPD Short Courses are independently accredited by the Federation of Holistic Therapists. 

Our main training school is based in Old Town, Swindon, Wiltshire. But Occasional courses are also available in Liverpool, Tyne and Wear and Exeter. 

Core Elements Yoga classes and day retreats are avilable in Swindon and Malmesbury (Online Yoga classes are also available). 

Core Elements Injury Clinic is based at our training centre at 8 Bath Rd, Old Town, Swindon. 

Meet the team

Dawn Morse BSc, PGCE, MSc

Dawn is the founder of Core Elements and is the lead tutor on many of the courses that are provided by Core Elements Training provision.

Dawn has a BSc (Hons) and Masters Degree in Sports and Health Sciences and is a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. Dawn has been teaching within Sports Therapy and Sports Science education for over 12 years and has been working within the Sports Science and Therapy industry for almost 20 years. Her early roles included working as a Personal Trainer and running a Sports Injury clinic, later her teaching roles have included Lecturing on the University of Bath Sports Therapy Degree, being the Programme Leader for the University of Bath Foundation Degree in Sports Therapy and being an Associate Lecturer in Sports Science for the Open University.


Experience and passion within these fields lead Dawn to founding Core Elements and providing a range of services including our Training and Therapy provision. Dawn along with course development and teaching she continues to provide clinical work and as a qualified Yoga teacher, Dawn runs several yoga classes and day retreats in Swindon and Malmesbury.

Dawn has taken part in several research projects ran by the University of Exeter and has had several articles published in International Therapist magazine and Om Yoga and Lifestyle magazine which are available to read on our blog page.

Katie Campbell BSc, PGC

Katie graduated from the University of Bath with a First Class Honours degree in Sports Therapy. Katie has had several years of experience in treating a range of sporting injuries in both a clinical setting and a team environment.

Katie currently runs her own clinic called Enhanced Movement which is based in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, and her work with sports teams includes offering pitch-side assistance and event support for a variety of sports in and around Wiltshire, such as Chippenham, Westbury and Bath. Through her time in private practice, Katie developed an interest in chronic pain, which led to the completion of a post-graduate certificate in Strength and Conditioning, with the University of Gloucestershire. Her interest in human movement and sports therapy also lead her to her published article in Therapist International which is focused on the Laws of motion and Manual Therapy.

Katie currently assists and teaches on several of Core Elements courses including our Level 3 and 4 Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy Diploma course and our Level 5 CPD Certificate courses in Manual Therapy and Rehabilitation.

Georgina King BSc (Hons), SST

Georgina graduated from the University of Worcester with a First Class Honors degree in Sports Therapy. During her time at University Georgina worked with Worcester Warriors Rugby and Academy, Worcester Wolves Basketball and National Taekwondo providing pitch side medical cover and clinical work.

Georgina currently works as a lead Sports Therapist for The Courtyard Clinic in Malmesbury and as First Team Sports Therapist at Corsham Rugby Club, Dorset and Wiltshire and Devizes Ladies. Following her passion for Medicine and First Aid Georgina completed her First Aid Instructor and Assessor qualification, and First Response in Emergency Care, along with an Award in Education and Training. Georgina has a keen interest in teaching and helping others to develop within the Sporting and Medical Industry.

Georgina assists and teaches on several of Core Elements courses including Myofascial Dry Cupping, Dry Needling and Kinesiology Taping. 

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