Kate is a Physiotherapist, an Exercise and Sports Scientist, ASCA Level 1 Accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach and a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and is the owner of Solutions for Wellbeing in Kiama, NSW.
Kate is a Crossfit athlete and has recently competed in the Down Under Championship, the Torian Pro and the Master's League. Kate is a keen sports fan and loves to participate in all sports and physical activities. Kate played Rugby Union at club level, Oz Tag and Touch Football.
Kate is passionate about health and fitness and believes everyone has the ability to improve their health, fitness and well being wherever they are on the sickness-wellness-fitness continuum.
Kate's qualifications include -
Master of Physiotherapy, University of Sydney, NSW
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, Australian Catholic University, NSW
Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA) Level 1 Accredited Coach
Level 1 CrossFit Trainer (CrossFit Inc USA).
Heidi has worked in public hospitals and private practice in both Australia and the UK. She has many years experience in orthopaedic, sports and general practice. She has done further training in women’s health. She has also done courses in dry needling and clinical Pilates.
Heidi enjoys keeping fit and has a background as a triathlete and runner.
Heidi keeps up to date with the latest research and regularly attends professional development courses and so is able to provide high quality, evidence based assessment and treatment. Heidi’s commitment to the importance of being physically active for well being has also led her to complete a PhD in health education, an area in which she is involved in teaching and research.
Heidi's qualifications include -
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours University of Sydney NSW
Master of Public Health, University of Sydney
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Health Education, University of Sydney NSW.
Previously a firefighter and HAZMAT specialist, Kai is a physiotherapist who graduated from the Master of Physiotherapy program at the University of Canberra.
He has experience of musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapy in a private practice setting as well as within the NDIS framework. Kai is also qualified in dry needling, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilisation (IASTM), functional cupping and functional movement systems.
Kai believes that everyone should be treated like an athlete a "life is a sport".
Outside of work, Kai plays soccar for a local team in a Community League. He is also an avid traveller and has lived in UK, Spain, Thailand and Singapore.
Kai's qualification include -
Master of Physiotherapy, University of Canberra, ACT
Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science, Edith Cowan University, WA