Nicolas Mazis is a graduate of the Physiotherapy programme (MSc pre-reg) of Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, as well as of the Faculty of Physical Education and Exercise Science of Athens University. He also holds a post-graduate degree (MSc) from the University of Tennessee, with a major in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology. He has a PhD degree from the University of Patras Medical School, as well as a PhD degree in Exercise Physiology from the Democritus University of Thrace.
He has worked both in the U.K. and the U.S.A., as an academic and a clinician. He is a member of the Panhellenic Association of Physiotherapists and of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health and Care Professions Council of Great Britain. He has also worked as the Academic Programme Leader of the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme at the Metropolitan College.
Nicolas Mazis founded Therapy Base in 2014, and since then he has been collaborating with competent professionals, guided by the same mission: the improvement of functionality, physical condition and well-being of patients by implementing techniques and methods in line with current protocols and international guidelines within the field of health care and rehabilitation.
Evita Zervopoulou is an accredited 200 RYT Yoga Alliance Vinyasa Flow Yoga instructor as well as a Partner Yoga level 1.
As a creative architect, she has worked within the design industry for many years. At the same time, she has been training in fitness, strength and conditioning. In 2016 she decides to follow through on her personal goals within fitness and exercise and therefore she attends a training programme in the Vinyasa Flow system. Her training was so defining that she decides to make a professional career change and since then she has been sharing her passion with her students and followers.
In 2017 she collaborates with Nicolas Mazis and joins the Therapy Base team. She designs yoga sessions aimed to improve fitness, strength and flexibility. Along with the Therapy Base PTs, she uses yoga regimes targeting a holistic therapeutic approach in musculoskeletal rehabilitation.