Jacqui is a Remedial Massage Therapist specialising in the management of lymphoedema, oncology massage and compression garment fitting and is a fully qualified pregnancy massage and infant massage therapist. Jacqui’s skillset extends to manual lymphatic drainage for conditions such as fibromyalgia, stroke, sinusitis, lymphoedema, lipoedema, pre and post-surgery – particularly knee reconstruction, and just because! Jacqui believes that clients need relevant information and education on self-management of their condition between sessions e.g. teaching a client how to do a simple yet effective manual lymphatic drainage at home.» View details
Louise's qualifications include a Certificate in Anatomy and Phyisology, Levels 1 and 2 SCENAR Therapy Training, Advanced Physiokey Biofeedback Training, Physiokey Biofeedback Sports Injury Training, and Aromatouch Massage Therapy Technique.
As a breast cancer survivor herself, Louise has a genuine passion and empathy for supporting and advising other women facing breast cancer and in particular breast reconstruction.
She brings her bright sense of humour, positive attitude and compassion for others, and believes in the powerful effect of a good hug.
She is very passionate about using her skills as a SCENAR Therapist to help others to have amazing health.
Louise enjoys living a wholehearted life with her husband and three adult sons and lives by the motto: “One life can make a difference - leave people better than you found them”» View details
Megan has several years experience in musculoskeletal and sporting based private practices both in Australia and New Zealand including starting her career as a physiotherapist for the New Zealand Army.
This role and her experience with high level representative sports cultivated her keen interest in treating the athletic population and has led to her following up sports physiotherapy by taking on teams including amateur men’s and women’s AFL, soccer and netball teams. Throughout her private practice experience, she has also encountered many triathletes, runners and cyclists and can help with running assessment and technique.
Her experience is not limited to the athletic population but covers musculoskeletal assessment and management through all ages. The reward of being a physiotherapist comes from seeing peoples surprise in what their body is able to achieve, especially in times of pain, and through introducing people to the marvel of regular exercise and movement. » View details