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181 Garden St
Tel: +61 418 296 119
Chris is a qualified Structural Integration Practitioner, qualifying with Julie Hammond and Lou Benson. Chris also owns and runs a Remedial Therapy Clinic in Toowoomba, with his wife Maree, Chris’s work focus is on remedial movement and fitness therapy. Chris has extensive knowledge in this area, having been involved in the industry for the past 35 years.
Chris has traveled with the Anatomy Trains Team assisting and absorbing knowledge and we look forward to Chris assisting on many courses in 2017 and beyond.Address
15 Tourist Road
Toowoomba, Qld, 4350
Tel: +61 7 4642 0939
Ashley Kemp (Ash) Ash has been in the health industry for the last 8 years. Ash is a qualified Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist and currently works at Bodywork Integration in Perth WA.
In June 2015, Ash graduated as a KMI Structural Integration Practitioner, leading the way with her fellow students as the very first, newly qualified, KMI Structural Integration students in Australia. During her training, Ash gained enormous insight from Thomas Myers, James Earls, Lou Benson and Julie Hammond. Ash is now an assistant for the 2nd KMI Training in Australia, alongside her work in the clinic, and is loving the journey!Address
Unit 10e/ 10 Oasis Drive
Tel: +61 8 9524 9685
Gina Richter is a certified KMI Practitioner and a certified Pilates instructor. Gina has been involved in movement and rehabilitation for over 25 years. She was one of the first Australian yoga teachers to be certified by BKS Iyengar in the late 1980s. In 1998, she became a certified Classical Pilates instructor and ran a Pilates studio in Sydney for 17 years.
Since 2014, Gina has been working to compliment her extensive experience in therapeutic movement and exercise with manual therapy skills and now offers both to clients at her boutique studio in Sydney’s inner west. Gina is interested in helping clients improve their posture, mobility, ease of movement and helping them attain a balance between core control and flexibility.Address
Re:Form Your Body
11 Terrace Rd
Tel: +61418 622 671
Dr. Kathy Menon is a certified KMI Structural Integrator, Yoga Teacher, Remedial Massage Therapist and a Level 2 CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach. For Kathy, optimal health encompasses many factors, such as nutrition, lifestyle and movement, as well as structural integration.Address
42 Carradine Road
Tel: +61 403 840 502
Gigi Mok is a certified Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Practitioner (500hrs, June 2017) and a Yoga Teacher (350hrs August 2015) practicing and certifying under Gregor Maehle and Monica Gauci.
She owns Yogahub, a yoga studio in Perth (2015) and has practiced ashtanga yoga for 17 years and various styles of yoga for 20 years.
During her ATSI training, Gigi was handed the Anatomy Trains goggles by Tom Myers, Lou Benson, Julie Hammond and Casey Gordon.
Her extensive movement background over the decades bestows her a unique way to work in SI with her clients and her degree in Visual Art lends her an incomparable view of the miraculous human body.Address
31 Unwin Avenue
Tel: +61 4118 89925
Casey is a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist and KMI Structural Integration Practitioner, graduating in 2014 in Australia with Julie Hammond.
Casey is also a certified Anatomy Trains Teacher and assists and co-teaches around the world. When not travelling, Casey also works at Bodywork Integration Clinic, in Secret Harbour, Perth, and enjoys all aspects of her work.Address
Unit 10e/ 10 Oasis Drive
Tel: +61 8 9524 9685
Christie Tonks first discovered her fascination with Anatomy Trains (A.T.) in 2003 after buying Thomas Myers book and completing a few A.T. workshops in the UK. After returning to Australia to live in 2011 and attending more workshops over the years she finally decided to embark on the full training and qualified with Anatomy Trains as a Structural Integration (S.I.) practitioner in June 2017. She is fortunate to have had the privilege to learn the art of S.I. over the years with some great teachers through the Anatomy Trains faculty including Thomas Myers, James Earls, Julie Hammond, Julie Mower, Don Thompson & Lou Benson.Address
On the Table Therapies
25 Pink Street
Tel: +61459 547 681
Gavin has spent the last 20 years searching for a clinical model that supports his patient’s postural system. Now termed the neuro-myofascial web, it’s a highly plastic system which is continually adapting and remodeling.
Gav has studied with pain scientists, physiotherapists, dentists, osteopaths, chiropractors, myofascial specialists, podiatrists and acupuncturists and has created a uniquely holistic clinical environment at Eastwest.
Following a long term interest in structural bodywork, Gav completed 500 hours training in KMI Structural Integration in 2015.Address
12/71-75 Gladesville Rd
Tel: +61 02 9817 1781
Adrian James Boyd affectionately known as Bugs has completed KMI (SI) professional training under the instruction and guidance of Thomas Myers (author of Anatomy Trains and founder of KMI) and James Earls (author and head of KMI Europe), along with many other practitioners and educators at the forefront of Structural Integration, movement and manual therapies.Address
106 Forrest Street
Tel: +61 426 970 256
Subhadra Gerard has over 30 years of extensive clinical experience in soft tissue therapy and remedial massage. He specialises in KMI structural integration bodywork, myofascial release therapy and craniosacral balancing.Address
5/37 Railway Parade
Tel: +61 41 996 7776
Silvia Gonzalez-Quinones has been a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in Orthopaedic, Rehabilitation and private practice for over 18 years. Her additional training in Osteopathy and Myofascial Release Therapy formed the basis of her holistic approach to treatment. She believes body, mind and emotions are interconnected. Her holistic treatment combines physiotherapy, osteopathy and myofascial release to reduce pain, restore mobility and develop strength.
Her areas of clinical interest include the spine, shoulder, jaw and emotional stress
Silvia graduated as a Structural Integration Practitioner in 2015.Address
Be Alive Physiotherapy
Suite 5/3 Lawrence Ave
Tel: +61 8 9324 2285
Fiona is a Structural Integrator, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Remedial Massage Therapist, running 2 clinics on Sydney’s Lower North Shore. After 11 years in the health and fitness industry, she now specialises in chronic pain management, niggling aches, and building stability in the body for optimal alignment, mobility and movement performance.Address
282 Willoughby Rd
Naremburn, NSW, 2065
4/12 Frederick Street
St Leonards, NSW, 2065
Tel: +61 405 978 558
Stacey is a Certified Sport Remedial Therapist (2006), Myotherapist (2013) and Certified Structural Integrator Practitioner graduating in 2017. Stacey has worked in the health industry for 11 years in her own practice. Her treatment philosophy is based on clinical assessment and preventive measures. She treats the body with a holistic view through manual therapy and nutrition which in turn aids the body’s ability to heal.
Stacey specializes in postural correction, chronic pain management and exercise prescription to increasing body strength, stability and mobility.Address
Melbourne Structural Integration
Level 2, 1275 Malvern Rd
Malvern Victoria 3144
Tel: +61 408 010 767
Sandy Corcoran qualified in KMI Structural Integration, June 2015 and has been a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist for 10 years. Sandy’s passion is helping people with Chronic pain, Breathing difficulties, Anxiety and Depression.Address
3B Water Street
Tel: +61 2 6972 1514
Nikita is a board certified, Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (ATSI) Therapist. Having worked as a remedial massage therapist since 2008, forever curious to learn more about the human body and movement, Nikita fell in love with Anatomy Trains holistic way of viewing our body as a tensegrity structure. Under the teaching of Tom Myers, James Earls, Lou Benson and Julie Hammond, Nikita graduated as a Structural Integration Therapist in June 2015. She was asked to join the Anatomy Trains Australia teaching team in 2017 and is working towards becoming a certified Anatomy Trains teacher. Nikita runs her own clinic in Perth’s northern suburbs and has a passion for helping people become pain free, move better and feel at ease within their own body.
Motion Movement Clinic
Unit 4, 64 Marina Boulevard Ocean Reef WA 6027
Tel: +61 08 9206 0099
Monique Kenny has been an occupational therapist since 1994 practising in musculoskeletal, neurology and work place rehabilitation. In 2011, she became a certified Pilates instructor using Pilates movement techniques to compliment her work in musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
In 2015, Monique commenced her training in Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (formerly KMI Structural Integration) to compliment her manual therapy skills in myofascial release. She completed her 500 hours or training in 2017 under the guidance of Thomas Myers, Lou Benson and Julie Hammond.
Monique has a special interest in working with athletes having been a runner for most of her life. She combines both movement and manual therapy techniques to her private work along with the full structural integration series to reduce pain, restore mobility and develop strength.
58A Carrington Street
Tel: +61 403 321 444
Sarah Gregson has always been interested in movement and excersice. As an athlete, she understands the impact injury has on day to day living and performance and has dedicated her career to thoroughly understanding and improving muscular movement for pain-free living.
Her interests have always been in movement and exercise. With years of eperience she has crafted a unique method of incorporating pilates and functional movement into her treatment methods.
She completed her Physiotherapy degree at Brunel University in Engalnd in 1992 before working in musculoskeletal physiotherapy specialising in sports injuries. During this time she worked extensively with elite sports athletes, notably with premier English soccer teams and members of The World Rally circuit.
Sarah has recently completed extensive training with Anatomy Trains Australian And New Zealand which has provided her with an invaluable depth of knowledge in Structural Integration.Address
Body Torque Physiotherapy
56 Westview Boulevard
Tel: +61 450 464 868
Kelly Dawson has been a manual therapist for over twenty years. She has lived and practised in Sydney, the North Coast of NSW and Newcastle, maintaining her own clinic and working within a variety of multidisciplinary clinics and corporate workplace environments during this time.Address
Suite 405, Level 4
17 Bolton St
Kimberley Wood has been practicing the KMI brand of Structural Integration since 2011. She commenced her training in the UK under the direction of James Earls and in August 2016 became a fully qualified Structural Integrator in the first Australian KMI Certification.Address
Tel: +64 020 4175 2499
Maree Clayton is a certified KMI Structural Integration Practitioner (June 2015), Personal Trainer and Remedial Massage Therapist. She has owned and run her own Clinic since 2003. Working in Toowoomba has given Maree the ability to build a wide Allied Health Professional Network in order to utilize a holistic approach, as she views communication between modalities is vital for a positive outcome for her clients. Maree has had the opportunity to assist during the KMI training 2016 and is hoping to continue on this path of learning and growth.Address
15 Tourist Road
Toowoomba, Qld, 4350
Tel: +61 438 982 574
Max is a Manual Therapist and a qualified Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Practitioner (ATSI), specialised in myofascial release, movement and postural correction. He has a passionate interest in both scientific and holistic approaches to the human body. Max has a diverse range of skills, together with a somatic understanding of the interplay between the different systems of the body. His vision is to promote and support physical, energetic, and emotional health.
Max continues to explore the principals of gravity, axis, spirals and relationships between fixed and flowing parts of the body, mind, and spirit, through daily practice in Aikido and “KI” cultivation. He also builds up his knowledge by regularly attending courses on Somatic Experiencing®, Oriental medicine and Traditional Japanese KI Shiatsu® therapy (Shokyu Jo Level).
Max believes that the treatment modality is only 15% of the therapy. 85% is the relationship that the therapist develops with the client through his presence and his ability to remain centered and resonate in a primitive way. Max is researching the ability to connect with the client’s inner world, nervous system to nervous system, and his approach will address what you are struggling with in your body (discomfort, stress, unease, restriction and/or chronic pain issues) and get results that will bring into your balance.
These are conditions that Max works with regularly:
Headaches, Jaw Pain, Neck Problems, Shoulder Problems, Back and Rib Problems, Lower Back Pain.
Sciatica, Knee and Foot Problems, Sports Injuries, Paediatrics, Chronic Inflammation, Stress, Anxiety.Address
125 St Johns Road
Glebe NSW 2037
(located opposite the Glebe Town Hall)
Tel: +61 2 9692 9788 or +61 424 682 228
Hazel studied Exercise and Sports Science at Otago University and now combines her love of movement with KMI Structural Integration. She will help you focus on recovering while improving movement and posture.Address
Mind In Movement
275 Ashgrove Terrace
Tel: +64 2 23085674
Julie Mower has trained with both Thomas Myers and James Earls in the UK, is a fully certified KMI structural Integration practitioner and is an assistant during Thomas Myers KMI trainings and other Fascia related workshops in Australia.Address
6/60 Railway Street
Tel: +61 416 864 841
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 KMI structural integration for scar release, promotion of healing post injury and in the treatment of neurological conditions.Address
Unit 6 / 17 Ogilvie Road
Tel: +61 414 827 508
John Smith has been a structural bodyworker and movement therapist for over 20 years, having first studied Feldenkrais in Australia and then Rolfing® in Europe and Brazil. He has been a somatic educator for many years – giving classes in experiential anatomy, myofascial and other manual techniques in Australia, USA, Singapore and more recently in Poland, where he teaches annually at the WSEiT School of physiotherapy in Poznan.Address
4/63 Johnston Street
Tel: +61 403 494 987
Julie Hammond has been a bodyworker for over 14 years and is a certified KMI Structural Integration Practitioner, a certified Anatomy Trains Teacher and Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist.Address
Unit 10e/ 10 Oasis Drive
Tel: +61 8 9524 9685
KMI Structural Bodywork, KMI Structural Integration
Remedial/Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage
Anita has been massaging for over 12 years, completing a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2005 at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies. Anita’s passion for anatomy led her to study with some of the most advanced Structural Integration teachers in the world to complete her Structural Integration qualification. Her focus and style has enabled her to provide her clients with pain free and controlled movement, the ability to build more balanced strength, as well as flexibility, ease and freedom in everyday life.
IASI – Board CertifiedAddress
Mona Vale Massage Clinic
Suite 10, 15 Bungan Street
Tel: +61 2 9979 7981