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I qualified from the University of Pretoria in 2013. When doing my community service in Ermelo, Mpumalanga I discovered my passion for people and decided to work for a Non Profit Organization, Malamulele Onward. I treated children with Cerebral Palsy in rural Southern Africa and specialised in Peadiatric Neurology (NDT) in 2016. I have helped developed and implement multiple training programmes to empower Care Givers and Mothers of children with Cerebral Palsy. 

In 2018 I joined private practice and decided to nurture my passion for movement and women. I hold a qualification as a Pilates Instructor, as well as a Yoga teacher. My love for yoga however deepened throughout these years. I find myself teaching and bringing in mind as well as body when working with my patients. 

In 2019 I started my Women's Health journey after struggling with chronic pelvic pain for a couple of years. I have since nurtured my special interest in all things considered taboo: pee, pooh, pain and pleasure. 

I help women by empowering them to take control of their pain and injuries. I promote healing through movement and education. I am passionate about people, and believe in power through encouragement, motivation, and knowledge. 

This is key to clients successfully overcoming their injuries.I look forward to engaging with you. I am registered with the South African Society of Physiotherapy and Health Professions Council (HPCSA).​

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