Mary has been working as a physiotherapist with acupuncture skills for many years, 15 of them in Berry. She has a wide variety of manual therapy skills, complimented with training in oriental medicine. Her practice name reflects her interest, whole body physiotherapy.
She has been a Pilates teacher, knowing exercises crucial role in recovering from injury, in preventing injury, and promoting good physical and mental health. She plays a role here and screening young dancers has been a great way of improving their physical skill development.
Mary has had a long-standing interest in digestive issues and has pursued study with the Australian College of nutritional and environmental medicine, examining the links between gut health and good health, maximizing healing and well-being. Traditional oriental medicine also brings a wholistic perspective to gut health, which Mary is passionate about.
Mary regularly practices Qigong, yoga and meditation. She loves gardening and growing vegetables in the rich fertile soil where she lives. She occasionally manages to go camping and enjoys walking, skiing and the beautiful Australian outdoors.
Julie joined Mary in her early days in 2003. You will usually see Julie on a Monday or Friday.
Julie took 2 years off to do some travelling and returned in 2009. She trained as a dental nurse with 15 years experience.
In Julie’s spare time she is a Guide Leader and a CWA member. Julie thrives of helping our community.