About Fizzy Lemon Physiotherapy


Fizzy Lemon Physiotherapy has been developed to help facilitate the recovery and reduce injuries of performers within the circus industry. Following conversations with fellow artists during classes and workshops, it became apparent that some of the professionals that they had sought advice from were unable recognise the demands required to train within this specific environment.

We at Fizzy Lemon Physiotherapy were able to recognise that having an understanding of these demands and applying this to circus artist’s rehabilitation could enhance their recovery and ability to participate within their desired field.

This is where Fizzy Lemon Physiotherapy was born.

About Georgina

Chartered Physiotherapist – graduated from Coventry Univeristy with a BSc (Hons) in 2015. Currently working within the NHS as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. 

Georgina has extensive experience working with individuals with both acute injuries and persistent pain. She has attended numerous courses with Emily Sherb (Circus Doc) and Jennifer Crane (Cirque Physio) to build her knowledge to ensure she can provide circus artists with the highest quality care

Georgina’s disciplines

Her interest for circus developed in 2016 when she took her first aerial hoop and pole class. Since then, this interest has matured into a passion (some might say addiction), for pole, aerial silks and juggling. 

She has competed in several competitions and recently placed 2nd in IPAAT in 2021 with her doubles pole partner, Hayley. This is Georgina’s main discipline and the one she focuses most of her time on.

Image credit: David Harrison Photography. Doubles partner: Hayley Douglas Jones

 

Georgina is a keen aerialist and prefers aerial silks over hoop, because let’s be honest, hoop hurts.

Image credit: Bob Cartwright – Lightstories – UK

Georgina became interested in juggling in 2019. She has made slow but steady progress in the last few years, challenging herself with different patterns, with her favourite being Mill’s mess and has a very sorry looking trio of clubs that from repeated failed attempts. She recently got married to her partner George (we know George and Georgina … ha) who became her juggling partner in 2020 when he took up juggling during COVID and they had their coach Jon Urdy perform at their wedding.

Image credit: The Pole Company