I began working at The Bone Clinic in July 2015 having graduated with honours in Clinical Exercise Physiology from QUT. As a mature-aged graduate, with a longstanding interest in health and wellness and passion for evidence-based practice, The Bone Clinic was a perfect match for me. My approach to exercise prescription is strongly influenced by the study of biomechanics – in particular, the influence that physical forces have on our bodies at the cellular level and the power of mechanotransduction in shaping our bodies. While the science may be complex, I promote natural human movement using simple methods that increase body awareness and improve movement patterns. Healthy ageing and natural movement is my passion and I love coaching people in how to move well and develop strength, power, and mobility. I have a particular interest in pelvic floor health and I am passionate about integrating pelvic and musculoskeletal health.
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