Human Performance Department


A sophisticated exercise test that analyses breath-by-breath how well the heart, arteries, veins and lungs are able to work together to transport oxygen to the muscles. The results provide useful information about the physiological response of the individual to exercise and identify any possible risk factors associated with one’s health status. A personalised fitness training programmes is then prescribed to improve health, fitness levels and weight loss, if necessary.

This test assesses the curvatures of the vertebral column (spine), the mobility of the joints and the weak links in the muscle chains. In time all these factors can lead to altered activity of the entire locomotive system and if left untreated as we age, it can lead to postural deformity, loss of physical performance, reduced active life and pain.

Digital infrared thermal imaging is a non-invasive, radiation-free diagnostic technique that maps the body temperature. This visualisation identifies areas of inflammation which could be associated with health conditions and physical injuries to the soft tissue.

A unique test that provides information about how the body reacts to different causes of stress, mental and emotional loads. The test examines how the heart is continuously adjusted by the autonomic nervous system to meet the demands (stressors) of daily life. It reveals the relationship between lifestyle and wellbeing and helps to identify the steps towards a healthier, fitter and more productive life.

This test accurately measures the body’s resting energy requirements in order to determine how much energy is required for maintaining essential bodily functions including breathing, circulation and consistant core temperature. It identifies metabolism substrate utilisation, guiding evaluation of nutrition therapies, dietary plans and improved nutrition for weight management.

This test assesses maximum muscular forces, symmetry, strength endurance and balance skills with high precision measuring systems. Lean muscle mass naturally diminishes with age and strength training is a key component to preserve and enhance muscle mass at any age with important applications in a person’s functional ability.

Assessment of your lung health by measuring how much air you can inhale and exhale, as well as how powerfully you can exhale. This can also help to identify the presence of airway obstructions. Lung function typically decreases with age due to physical inactivity and a reduction in elasticity of the rib cage.


This is an effective treatment method for musculoskeletal pain and neuromuscular dysfunction by improving proprioception. Functional therapeutic exercises conducted in a suspension sling aims to improve physical functioning and restore pain-free movement patterns. Weaknesses and imbalances between muscles are corrected. Often immediate pain relief and improved function can be achieved.

A holistic approach of treatment where a certified therapist assesses any postural imbalances and uses physical manipulations, stretching and massage in order to increase the mobility of joints, relieve the muscle tension and pain, enhance the blood supply to tissues and help the body to heal.

The altitude chamber simulates an elevation of up to 3,000 metres above sea level by reducing available oxygen levels. Exercising in these conditions advances the body’s aerobic metabolism allowing for more efficient use of oxygen for energy production. This improves endurance, speed, power and fitness levels and optimises metabolism for weight loss.

Photobiomodulation uses a combination of red and near-infrared light to relieve pain, relax muscles and joints and increase blood circulation. The treatment strengthens the mitochondria, the cells’ energy powerhouses, boosting energy production, promoting cellular metabolism and reducing inflammation. It is also beneficial in the management of mood and sleep related disorders.

This treatment introduces energy into the body by activating the cells and increasing the cell energy potential. Resonances make the cell structures oscillate, improving metabolic processes and relieving pain. It is also used for physiotherapy treatments as electrotherapy.

Using patented neuroscience technology, this treatment presents the brain with neurochemistry and auditory signals. By switching the nervous system from autonomic ‘fight or flight’ mode into parasympathetic system dominance, the body experiences deep relaxation and calmness.

Not only a highly effective treatment for the reduction of chronic-inflammatory diseases, cryotherapy also benefits psychological enlightenment, performance and recovery, sleep and pain relief. Under medical supervision, the whole-body is progressively exposed at minus -110°C in the cold chamber for a maximum of 3 minutes.

This specialised equipment acts as both a wellness and rehabilitation tool by ‘unweighing’ and reducing their body weight that allows exercise with less pain and greater metabolic stimulation while reducing the risk of injury. It is used for weight loss programmes, strengthening and conditioning in a fall-safe environment, brain stimulation and for physical therapy following an injury or surgery.

Negative (vacuum) and positive pressure is intermittently applied to the lower extremities. By promoting rhythmic vascular dilation and compression, blood circulation and lymphatic reflux is improved.

Short intervals of breathing reduced oxygen concentration levels through a mask are interspersed with intervals of inhaling ambient air. The cumulative physiological adaptations associated with this type of training improve metabolism, provide superior enzymatic anti-oxidative defence, positively influence the immunological status and promote the overall health and wellness.

This treatment uses a treadmill with vacuum technology and allows a fat-burning training programme to target fat reduction and cellulite.