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What does it mean to help people help themselves?

  In these somewhat uncertain and confusing times we need to focus on the positives and maybe push the reset button. It’s a good time to look at new and inspiring ways to live and maybe ask ourselves some questions. What to do? What to keep? What to change? What to get rid of? What’s […]


Mindfulness in Motion

Defining stretching, strength, and meditation I talk a lot about stretching, strength, and meditation, but what do they really mean? Below is a guide to the terms and what each topic involves, and how they can holistically combine for your overall wellbeing. FLEXIBLE MIND, FLEXIBLE BODY / FLEXIBLE BODY, FLEXIBLE MIND This sentiment means to […]

Clinic closure

On the evening of the 31 March we were informed that Massage therapists, Remedial therapists and Myotherapists were no longer allowed to have their clinics open for face to face clients, so as of now both my Ballarat and Ararat clinics are closed. However, I have now set up Telehealth for online video consultations FREE […]

Current status in relation to Covid-19

As a Myotherapist performing a role as a health practitioner, I am currently exempt from the closure regulations and am committed to your ongoing health and wellbeing. At this stage, as of April 5th I will be back in clinic in Ararat and Ballarat, however there will be significant changes to appointment scheduling and clinic […]

Spring/Summer Health Tips

Tips for looking after yourself as we become more active: As we enter the last month of spring and head towards summer, it’s easier to get outside and be more active because the days are warmer and the enthusiasm is high! However this means the risk of injury also goes up. Increased activity doesn’t only […]

Shin Splints / Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS)

Shin Splints / Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) MTSS or shin splints is one of the most common causes of lower leg pain in athletes. It’s an exertional, repetitive-stress type injury that can be very debilitating if not diagnosed and treated correctly. Symptoms will present as pain down the medial posterior border of the tibia […]

Plantar Fasciitis

What is plantar fasciitis and how can it be treated? Plantar Fasciitis is a common injury of the foot with symptoms presenting as sharp or stabbing type pain in the plantar aspect (sole) of the foot, where the plantar aponeurosis inserts into the heel of the foot. It’s usually worst in the morning when getting […]