Millie began her health care education with an undergraduate degree in Chiropractic Science. She then ran her own business as a personal trainer and developed a keen interest in exercise and injury rehabilitation which inspired her to pursue a career in physiotherapy, graduating from the University of Canberra with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Millie knows the value of exercise in achieving ongoing health and happiness. Professionally, Millie prides herself using evidence based content in her classes.
Millie is mother to three beautiful children, Oliver, Lenka and Leon. Experiencing motherhood -the amazing highs, the unexpected lows, the constant juggle and the scary new injuries- has increased her passion for working with women. This passion has brought Millie to where she is today, helping women stay strong, well and injury-free through pregnancy and motherhood. She is an avid rock climber (so knows the importance of re-strengthening core and pelvic floor after baby) and dips her fingers into a number of other sports.
Natalie began her education at the Australian National University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Science. Throughout her degree, Natalie volunteered in the Paediatric ward at The Canberra Hospital, working closely with children and parents experiencing challenging times. It was during these years that her interest in physiotherapy developed, as well as her love for working with women, children and families.
After completing her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, Natalie began working as a physiotherapist in a private practice in Belconnen. Natalie prides herself on educating and guiding her clients towards health and wellness. She is skilled in Pelvic Floor assessment and treatment and given her special interest in women’s health, Natalie hopes to start the Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy in Continence and Women’s Health in the next couple of years.
Outside of work, Natalie is President and one of the head Coaches of the Valley Vikings Squash Club, training both adults and children of all ages. When she is not teaching squash, she is playing it, studying Czech or spending time with her husband, Joe, and gorgeous puppy, Bear. Natalie prides herself on being a very caring individual and providing quality, evidence-based practice, educating and empowering her clients towards healthy lifestyles. Natalie always endeavors to practice a healthy lifestyle, maintaining a structured, active routine.