Therese Reeves – Principal physiotherapist with over 28 years experience.

She has a special interest in rehabilitation and self management programs in particular addressing postural and muscle imbalances.

Therese has been a SWAS (South West Academy of Sport) service provider since its inception in 2009.

Therese has completed level 3 clinical pilates certification with Craig Philips and Dance Medicine Australia 2001 and in 2015 and completed the new certification course with Dance Medicine Australia that combines physiotherapy assessment with a specialised exercise program involving pilates exercises; matwork level 1 with Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates institute; and has a Fitnation certificate in pilates.

In 2014 she completed 7 months training in rehabilitation pilates with the internationally recognised Polestar Pilates Training Network.

With exercise balls she has completed level 2 training with smart ball, a physiotherapy based training, as well as physiotherapy courses with ball exercises with instructors such as Lisa Westlake and Trish Wisbey-Roth. She has also attended LJ Lee sports pelvis and thoracic courses which are precursors to whole body “connect therapy series” that looks at whole body rather than just the site of pain.

On a physiotherapy level Therese has attended numerous professional development courses, many involving muscle imbalances and proprioceptive training.

She also has a special interest in the fascial network which has gained momentum within the health and fitness industry. She has attended courses in Sydney with the world renowned fascial specialists, American Thomas Myers, author of Anatomy Trains, and German Robert Schleipp and enjoys incorporating these principles into assessments and treatments.

Based on experience and attending courses by specialized physiotherapists and fitness professionals over the past 20 years, Therese has formulated a variety of programs that address many postural imbalances that can occur due our lifestyles.

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