Physiotherapy involves an assessment of the muscular, bony and ligamentous systems. This detailed evaluation allows us to personalise a treatment plan to help restore joint mobility, rebuild muscle strength, and improve endurance and balance. Treatment is inclusive of hands-on manual therapy, a personalised exercise program, and can include modalities such as acupuncture, dry needling, and ultrasound. Anita has a Diploma in Manual and Manipulative therapy, and is Certified in Acupuncture. Her training equips her with a large skill set to draw on, to help find the best methods to help you heal.

Pelvic Health

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Pelvic Health Physiotherapists are trained in assessing and treating various conditions that involve the pelvic floor, such as pelvic pain, incontinence, urinary frequency and/or urgency, and prolapse. Assessments and treatments may involve internal and external techniques, which focus on the muscles, nerves, connective tissue, joints, ligaments, and tendons of the pelvic girdle, low back and hips. 

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Massage Therapy


Massage therapy involves the manipulation of soft tissues of the body to improve blood flow, and help reduce muscle tension and pain. It has a therapeutic effect on the body and optimizes health and well-being by acting on muscular, nervous and circulatory systems. Our massage therapists have training in a variety of techniques, and will discuss the specific needs of your therapy plan as determined through assessment and health history review.


We focus primarily on Hatha style yoga. Through this, you will move through yoga poses, taking time to correct alignment and ensure safe movement. Classes are small in size, open to all levels and abilities, and take place in an atmosphere free of judgement and pressure. Classes are filled with support, laughter and a common goal of connecting mind, body and breath.