Training School & Clinic In Fremantle
Training School & Clinic In Fremantle
Motion & Slings Myofascial Training
Anatomy Trains Australia Summer School
ATSI Part I: Structural Essentials Intensive
ATSI Part I: Structural Essentials
Anatomy Trains In Training
ATSI WA, Perth 2019
Anatomy Trains ZOGA
Anatomy Trains Short Course
Anatomy Trains Short Course

Welcome to the brand new Anatomy Trains Australia & NZ Clinic, located in the heart of Fremantle, in a quiet, leafy street, metres from Fremantle's famous cappuccino strip and beaches.

Founded by Julie Hammond, Director & Lead Teacher of Anatomy Trains Australia & New Zealand, the clinic offers an array of services:

  • Anatomy Trains Structural Integration
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Pain & Scar Management
  • Remedial Massage



2/5 Norfolk Street, Fremantle WA 6160


+61 8 9335 5063

Online Booking: 

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Julie Hammond:

Julie Hammond is a Structural Integration Practitioner, Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist and Director of Bodywork Integration and Anatomy Trains Australia and NZ.

Julie has been a bodyworker for the last 20 years and is a certified Anatomy Trains Structural Integration practitioner and Teacher, certified to teach the entire Anatomy Trains Structural Integration programme.

Julie has trained with some of the best names in the industry and has been heavily influenced by Tom Myers and Judith Aston’s work. She has a passion for anatomy and has participated in many dissections to increase her knowledge of the human body. She loves working with the feet, pelvis and jaw and has written a workshop about how each of these parts of the body are connected - if there is a problem in one of these areas, then there will be compensations in the others.

Julie also has a passion for gait and in her sessions looks at functional movement and gait. She is currently looking at the connection between pelvic floor health and arch support, or lack of, and how she can help women improve the function of the pelvis from the ground up.


  • Structural Integration
  • Remedial Massage
  • Sports Injuries & Management


Helen DeJong:

Helen DeJong is an Occupational Therapist with over 20 years experience working in tissue injury & repair and in neurology rehabilitation. She has a special interest in using structural integration for scar release, promotion of healing post injury and in the treatment of neurological conditions.

With over 20 years clinical experience treating chronic pain and scarring. She has co-authored a book chapter on scar management,published papers in peer reviewed journals,presented national and international conferences and is currently doing a Ph.D. Investigating the relationship between tissue healing,scar formation and chronic pain.

Helen uses an holistic treatment approach incorporating a combination of:

  • Specialised scar release techniques
  • Neurologicalretraining
  • Scar desensitising
  • Scar camouflage products
  • Topical scar treatments eg:silicon
  • Soft Tissue pain release techniques
  • Cognitive restructuring
  • Stress management

For the treatment of Scarring and Pain from:

  • Burn Injury
  • Multi Trauma
  • C-Sections
  • Surgical scars
  • Mastectomy
  • Hypersensitive scars
  • Axillary web syndrome
  • Chronic injuries
  • Unexplained pain

Lewis Loder:

Lewis is an experienced Remedial Massage Therapist, specialising in Structural Bodywork, Movement Assessment and Postural Correction. He has a keen interest in chronic pain and postural patterns that can restrict fluidity in movement.

As well as helping men and women find resilience, adaptability and balance within their own bodies, Lewis approaches the body in a holistic and assertive manner, he is passionate and enthusiastic about all aspects of his work.Structural BodyworkRemedial Massage.


  • Structural Bodywork
  • Remedial Massage

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