Founded by osteopath Jane Reynolds BSc Hons OST in 2004, and joined by the very experienced osteopath and kinesiologist Daniel Baines M.Ost, Jane Reynolds & Associates was re-established at Jane's Eastbourne home in the early days of the pandemic.
Both Jane and Dan treat and heal people of all stages and all ages within the community. They both continuously attend seminars and courses to stay at the forefront of best current practice in wholistic healthcare and osteopathy. Between them they have over 40 years of combined experience treating people's pain, discomfort and dis-ease.
"Jane was the only person who was able to listen to and understand my symptoms."
Kirsty T, 2020
Osteopathy detects, treats and prevents health problems by moving, stretching and realigning a person's muscles and joints.
Somatic Release encourages self-awareness of the cause of pain, anxiety, sadness, fear or anger, leading to a softening of the experience of these states.
How would it feel to look down on a flat stomach, run without wheezing, hit a golf ball further or just to be able to keep up with the kids or grandchildren?
Cranial osteopathy involves the gentle manipulation of the bones of the skull and pelvis, normalising movement, fluid flow and nerve function.
The Perrin Technique™
The Perrin Technique™ is a manual treatment for M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia.
Hypnotherapy guides you into a state where you can reach into your creative imagination and give yourself the space to think, feel and respond differently.
Medical acupuncture involves the painless insertion of fine needles into certain points of the body for the relief of pain and encouragement of self-healing.
Kinesiology is the study of the mechanics of body movements and reflexes to provide information about the state of health of all body organs and systems
Anatomy in Motion
By observing the body movement during walking it is possible to identify joints, muscles, and postures that are being compromised with every step we take.
Four separate head movements are performed to allow fragments that are lodged within the inner ear to drain away and no longer cause vertigo.
BSc Hons OST, BA Hons
Jane Reynolds has been a practicing osteopath for over 20 years and is fully registered with the Institute of Osteopathy and the General Osteopathic Council
Before moving to Eastbourne in 2016 she mainly practised in Brighton and Hove but also in Arundel, and Pulborough.
Jane enjoys treating babies and very old patients, as well as those in the middle. She welcomes very complex cases where many factors have led to a breakdown in health, and cases where conventional medicine has not provided an answer.
Jane has specialised in the treatment of headaches and the treatment of nerve pain and chronic fatigue/post-viral fatigue syndromes.
Before entering osteopathic school Jane worked as a journalist and then moved into animal protection for the World Society for the Protection of Animals and as press officer for the RSPCA.
They call Daniel "The Magic Man" in Hastings, where he lives and also works. Now we are lucky enough to have him here in Eastbourne! Dan gained a Masters degree in Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy in 2014 and was a Movement therapist and dancer before that.
After having to retire due to injury, from a glamorous career as a dancer with the internationally celebrated dance troupe 'STOMP', he pursued a career in osteopathy and movement therapy to better understand the nature of injury and healing. Since then he has further trained as a Kinesiologist (see 'Kinesiology' under 'All services') a Hynotherapist (see 'Hypnotherapy') a Movement Therapist (see 'Anatomy in Motion') a Personal Trainer (see 'Personal Training') and a practitioner of Functional Medicine (see 'Functional Medicine') - a system biology-based approach that identifies and addresses the root cause of disease.
Daniel likes to work with anyone and everyone, whether it is to move them out of discomfort or to help them optimise the way their body functions and feels. He treats traditionally with osteopathy as well as bringing some muscle testing and kinesiology into his diagnosis. He is passionate about enabling his patients to move freely and offers suggestions as to how to keep well and improve their movement between visits.
He also offers advice based on functional medicine, breath-work and maybe even a sprinkling of clinical hypnosis if appropriate and consent is given!
Dan lives in Hastings with his wife and young son.