About the Team

At Canterbury Health Hub (formerly Osteopathy on Canterbury), we pride ourselves on having a diverse range of experienced practitioners available to treat a broad range of conditions

Our practitioners are passionate about providing you with the highest quality treatment and management, using the latest techniques and approaches. At CHH, you will feel confident that you are on the right path to finding a solution and achieving your healthcare goals.

Dean Holzer

Principal Osteopath, founder & managing director

Dean enjoys treating lower back pain (including disc related), hip pain, headaches and chronic and complex musculoskeletal conditions.

About Dean Holzer

Specialty

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Disc related lower back pain and rehabilitation
  • Acute musculoskeletal conditions (neck and back)
  • Long standing chronic and complex pain conditions
  • Headaches
  • Acute and chronic shoulder pain
Degrees
  • BAppSc(ClinSc)/BOsteoSc
  • Member OA, AHPRA
Work Days

Monday
Wednesday
Thursday
Saturday

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Dean graduated from RMIT University in 1998 with a double degree in Applied Science (specialising in Clinical Science) and Osteopathic Science. Soon after qualifying, he commenced practising at Blackburn Allied Health Group (formerly Blackburn Osteopathy) and he has been a co-owner and Partner in that Practice since 2001. In October 2007, Dean established Canterbury Health Hub, which together with his amazing team of experienced osteopaths, myotherapists, remedial massage therapists and receptionists, has created one of the most highly respected allied health clinics in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

Osteopathy was Dean's target profession from the time he turned 15 years old. Having suffered an acute neck injury from jumping awkwardly into a swimming pool in Year 10, his GP at the time referred him to an Osteopath for treatment. The osteopathic practitioner worked his magic and Dean was completely pain-free and fully mobile again, after only a few treatments. It was simply amazing! He was hooked from then on in. Dean worked really hard in his VCE year and was accepted into the Osteopathic course at RMIT immediately following his Year 12 High School studies. The rest is history!!

Over his 20 years in Practice, Dean has watched the profession grow enormously and is proud of the reputation and global recognition that it has today. He thoroughly enjoys treating a broad cross-section of the community, using a wide range of osteopathic techniques, including Cranial Osteopathy and draws immense satisfaction from successful outcomes for his patients.

Dean held the position of Vice-President of the Victorian Branch of Osteopathy Australia for a three year period. He continues to support the teaching of osteopathic students at both his clinics, by providing them with an opportunity to experience clinical practice through observation, mentoring and tutorial sessions held at the clinic.

Dean prides himself on his excellent listening and communication skills. He feels that building a rapport with his patient, combined with educating them about their conditions, is vital in helping them to achieve optimal results. Having suffered from an acute lower back discal injury many years ago that required surgery, Dean understands first-hand what it is like to suffer from acute pain, undergo spinal surgery and complete rehabilitation programs. As a result, he draws from his own personal experiences in assisting in the treatment, management and care of his patients, aiming to deliver the best possible outcomes. Acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, disc related lower back pain, sciatica, shoulder pain and headaches are among some of the many conditions that particularly interest him.

Dean has four awesome children – a sixteen year old daughter, Ella, a fourteen year old son Joshua, a twelve year old son Thomas and a ten year old son, William. He prides himself on being the best dad he can be for his kids and he loves them dearly.

In his spare time, Dean particularly enjoys playing the guitar and drums, having played many gigs with his band over the years. He loves listening to loud music of any type and enjoys following the football, but only if the Saints are playing! He always looks forward to spending quality time with his family and friends.

Alex Phan

Osteopath

Alex enjoys treating spinal pain, postural complaints, shoulder pain, sporting injuries and providing exercise rehab programs.

About Alex Phan

Specialty

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Sporting injuries
  • Postural issues
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
Degrees
  • BSci(Physiology and Pharmacology)
  • B.Health Sc/B.App.Sc (Osteopathy)
  • Member OA, AHPRA
Work Days

Tuesday

Friday

Saturday

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Alex joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2022, after completing a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) and a Bachelor of Health Science at RMIT.

Alex grew up in the southeast suburbs of Keysborough as a young and energetic child who loved to play soccer and badminton. He always knew that he wanted to pursue a career in the health sector and one that was able to help people. Once he stumbled across Osteopathy and its holistic approach to treating pain and injuries, Alex was instantly attracted to the profession and has not looked back ever since.

Alex is a dedicated and passionate practitioner, who enjoys treating people of all age groups, utilising a wide range of osteopathic techniques. His excellent communication skills allow him to deliver clear explanations of his treatment and management plans. He believes that Osteopathy combined with exercise and education is the ideal combination that leads to enhanced patient outcomes. He particularly enjoys treating sporting injuries, postural complaints, lower back, neck and shoulder pain.

In his spare time, Alex loves staying active by going to the gym, playing badminton and snowboarding. He also enjoys travelling and hopes to be able to snowboard all over the world one day!

David Morgan

Osteopath

David enjoys treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions of the spine, postural strains, upper and lower limb conditions, as well as headaches and jaw pain.

About David Morgan

Specialty

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests:
  • Headaches and neck pain
  • Postural strains
  • Acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions of the spine and pelvis
  • Upper and lower limb conditions
  • Jaw pain
Degrees
  • BHSc/BAppSc (Osteo)
  • AHRPA, Member OA
Work Days

Monday

Thursday

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David joined Canterbury Health Hub in 2022 after graduating from RMIT University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy).

David discovered Osteopathy during a previous career, where prolonged hours at a desk resulted in chronic neck pain and headaches. Osteopathic treatment enabled him to manage these conditions better, which sparked an interest in him returning to University and study Osteopathy, as he wanted to assist others in the way in which he was helped.

David is a caring, welcoming and knowledgeable Osteopath, who makes you feel at ease as soon as you meet him. He uses his strong listening and communication skills to understand exactly what the needs of his patients are, in order to help them achieve their goals. He enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal complaints and patients of all age groups, using various techniques, including soft tissue massage, stretching, muscle energy techniques and mobilisation. He complements his manual therapy with pain education and self-management strategies in the form of strengthening and/or mobility exercises, to empower patients to take an active role in their health.

Having experienced chronic neck pain and headaches, David gains a lot of satisfaction from treating these conditions. He also enjoys treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions (especially of the spine and pelvis), postural complaints, as well as upper and lower limb conditions and jaw pain.

Outside of work, David enjoys music and playing guitar, having previously gigged regularly around Melbourne. To stay active, he regularly performs resistance training and Pilates. He also likes spending time with family and friends, board gaming, reading and following the NFL – that is if he can find time when he is not running around with his one-year-old son or dog!

Amber Garrett

Osteopath

Amber enjoys treating acute and chronic leg injuries, low back pain, neck pain, headaches, rib and breathing issues, and has experience teaching Pilates and core strengthening.

About Amber Garrett

Speciality

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Hip pain
  • Lower limb pain - knees, ankles, feet
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain and headaches
  • Ribs and diaphragm
Degrees
  • B.Sc (Clin)
  • M.H.Sc (Osteo)
  • Member OA, AHPRA
  • B.Sc (Physiology)
  • Certificate IV in Fitness
  • Breathe Certificate in Pilates (Matwork and Reformer)
Work Days

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

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Amber graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Science (Osteopathy) and a Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) after originally studying Science and Engineering at Monash University. She is also a qualified Pilates instructor with a Cert IV in Fitness.

Amber grew up in northern Victoria and completed her schooling in Melbourne. After studying Science/Engineering straight out of school and working for a period, she realised she did not enjoy the profession and wanted to work more with people. Her love of Pilates led her to become an instructor. While working at a studio with an Osteopath on-site, she discovered Osteopathy when she sought treatment following a flair up of her lower back. This was the life-changing event that altered the course of her career.

Having suffered from lower back pain since childhood and numerous netball injuries, Amber knows the importance of all aspects of treatment, especially those affecting long-term outcomes. Many of her rehabilitation exercises will have a Pilates flavour to them, which she also used for herself with her back pain following pregnancy.

Amber is a friendly, empathetic person who believes Osteopathy should look at every aspect of a patient to understand them and their condition. Her engineering background helps with her problem-solving skills to find the cause of the problem, not just treat the symptoms. She uses this to develop the best treatment plan for her patients and work with them to help them achieve their goals.

Several injuries from playing netball piqued her interest in treating hip, knee, ankle and foot pain and injuries, as well as lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, issues with ribs and breathing, as well as core strengthening. She does this by using education and rehabilitation as well as hands-on techniques, both direct (such as mobilisation, stretching and massage) and indirect (e.g. balanced ligamentous tension, indirect myofascial release) for those who prefer a gentle treatment approach.

Amber is a mum to two young kids who keep her busy when she’s not at work. She is an avid sports lover and often doesn’t know what to do with herself between footy and cricket seasons. When she does find a few moments, she likes to listen to podcasts, particularly comedy, sport and history. Also, coffee is life!

Emily Gill

Osteopath

Emily enjoys treating acute neck and back pain, headaches and migraines and sports related injuries.

About Emily Gill

Emily is not currently taking new patients
Specialty

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Acute neck and back pain
  • Sporting injuries
  • Pregnancy-related pain
Degrees
  • B.Sc(Clin)
  • M.H.Sc(Osteo)
  • Member OA, AHPRA
Work Day

Tuesday

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Emily graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Clinical Science (Osteopathy) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy), after originally studying Exercise Science and Nutrition majors at Deakin University.

Please note: Emily is not currently taking new patients.

Emily grew up in country South West Victoria, where there wasn’t much else to do but play sport. Emily enjoyed playing all sport as a child and teenager, with her specialty being netball. With both her parents being nurses and spending much of her childhood in and around the local hospital, Emily knew her career would end up in the health profession.

Emily is also a swimming coach and has enjoyed being able to help kids of all ages learn to swim and develop them into state level swimmers for the past 10+ years. She can also easily develop swimming-based rehabilitation programs for her patients.

Emily is an extremely passionate and enthusiastic Osteopath and enjoys treating patients of all ages. She loves the holistic approach it has, incorporating education, dry needling and rehabilitation into her treatments and management of patients. As a headache sufferer herself for many years, Emily particularly enjoys treating this condition, as she is able to draw on her experiences (having trialled what has and has not been successful) and use this to her advantage in achieving positive patient outcomes.

Emily is eager to continue her Professional Development and has completed extra courses in both Dry Needling and Balanced Ligamentous Tension (gentle, indirect osteopathic series of techniques that can be really useful for acute conditions and/or those patients that prefer a gentle approach). More recently, she has completed her training in mat Pilates.

Family is a big part of Emily’s life, coming from a large and very close extended family. She enjoys catching up with her family whenever she can, especially her cheeky niece and nephews. She also enjoys spending time with her friends, travelling, shopping and baking for others – so she doesn’t eat all the sweets herself!

Nathan Switkowski

Osteopath

Nathan enjoys treating acute musculoskeletal conditions of the spine, sports related injuries and is experienced in providing exercise rehabilitation programs.

About Nathan Switkowski

Specialty

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Spinal pain (back and neck)
  • Sporting Injuries
  • Acute and chronic shoulder injuries
  • Headaches
  • Postural issues
Degrees
  • B.Health Sc/B.App.Sc (Osteopathy)
  • Member OA, AHPRA
Work Days

Tuesday
Wednesday
Friday

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Nathan Switkowski graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) and a Bachelor of Health Science.

Nathan grew up in Melbourne’s North East suburbs playing high-level basketball and football. He discovered Osteopathy as an adolescent after experiencing lower back pain for many months, unable to live life the way he wanted to. He saw an Osteopath for treatment, which enabled him to return to all his sporting activities pain-free! This experience inspired him to study Osteopathy, so that he too could help others in pain and allow them to reach their full potential.

Nathan is a dedicated practitioner who prides himself on clear and concise treatment plans. He is passionate about working with his patients to help them reach their goals, and improve their overall health and wellbeing. He enjoys helping his patients to understand their musculoskeletal conditions, whilst also educating them on ways to help themselves along their journey to recovery. He prescribes rehabilitation strengthening and stretching exercises to his patients in combination with manual therapy techniques to achieve effective results.

Nathan’s interest in the sporting field led him to work at the Western Bulldogs Football Club as a sports trainer for 3 years. This invaluable experience working alongside elite athletes sparked a special interest in treating acute musculoskeletal injuries. While at the club, he was fortunate to be involved in the 2016 AFL and VFL premierships.

Nathan enjoys continuing his professional training and development. Since graduating, he has completed further training in dry needling and mat pilates.

In his spare time, Nathan enjoys staying active at the local gym and playing competitive basketball. He also enjoys socialising with mates, trying out new cafes for a good cup of coffee and cheering on his beloved Doggies on the weekend.

Kylie Chiselett

Osteopath

Kylie enjoys treating headaches and migraines, upper back, neck, hip and pelvic pain, along with postural and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.

About Kylie Chiselett

Speciality

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Headache/migraine
  • Upper back and neck pain
  • Hip and pelvic pain
  • Postural and chronic musculoskeletal conditions
Degrees
  • B.App.Sc(Clinical)/B.Ost.Sc
  • Member OA, AHPRA
Work Days

Monday
Thursday

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Kylie graduated from RMIT University with Distinction in 2005, after completing a Bachelor of Clinical Science and Bachelor of Osteopathic Science. She has worked in private practice for 15 years, and has always worked locally in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. Kylie established and ran her own Osteopathic business for 10 years, and has now decided to join the wonderful team at Canterbury Health Hub.

Kylie is extremely passionate about Osteopathy and thrives on the variety that each patient has to offer. She enjoys the challenges, diversity and rewards of clinical practice. She loves connecting with her patients, and educating them to properly understand and manage their musculoskeletal conditions.

Having been a migraine sufferer for many years, Kylie particularly enjoys treating neck pain and headaches/migraine, as well as chronic and persistent musculoskeletal pain. She works a lot at improving posture and helping to strengthen areas of the body to provide balance and stability, treating the core of the problem rather than just the presenting complaint.

Kylie has been an active member of numerous sporting clubs over the years, including tennis, triathlons and rowing. She is trained in dry needling and worked as a sports trainer for 4 years. Kylie enjoys working with every type of fitness level from the weekend warrior to the professional athlete.

Outside of work, Kylie loves spending time with family and friends. She has two young children aged 8 and 6 who keep her on her toes, and have also sparked her love for coffee! She loves gardening and can be found at the beach most weekends with her family.

Elle Fernon

Osteopath

Elle enjoys treating neck, headaches, spinal, hip, arm and wrist pain and sees patients of all ages, from newborn to older adults.

About Elle Fernon

Specialty

Osteopathy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Acute and chronic spinal pain and headaches
  • Hip and pelvic pain
  • Arm, wrist and hand pain
  • People of all ages, including pregnant women
  • Musicians
Degrees
  • BAppSci(CompMed)/MOsteo
  • Grad Cert Inf & Neo Inf Paed Man Therapy
  • Member OA, AHPRA
Work Days

Monday

Wednesday

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Elle graduated in 2008 from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine) and a Masters Degree in Osteopathy. She has also completed a further Post Graduate Certificate in Neonatal and Infant Paediatric Manual Therapy.

Elle has been an Osteopath for over 14 years and has practiced in both Victoria and NSW. After University, she worked in a clinic with a primary focus on pregnant women and babies. As her career has progressed, she has developed a broader scope of treatment and enjoys treating the whole family unit, from parents, to their kids, aunties, uncles, grandparents and everyone in-between. She also has experience in treating professional musicians.

Elle prides herself on a relaxed and friendly approach to make patients feel at ease during a treatment. Her treatment style varies from patient to patient and can include stretching, massage, joint mobilisation techniques and cupping. She can use gentler techniques where appropriate, particularly for people with chronic conditions or when working with children and older adults.

Along with manual therapy, an important part of her treatment includes management, such as exercises/stretches, ergonomic strategies and other lifestyle modifications to help you achieve your health goals.

Outside of work, Elle can be found with a coffee in her hand running after her two very energetic young boys. She also enjoys boxing for exercise and spends as much time as she can travelling and searching for great new restaurants. Having lived most of her life in the City of Boroondara, she can give you a few hints on some of the best local places!

Via Farrelly

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Via enjoys treating the muscular system in helping to reduce stress and lowering anxiety, as well as treating neck, back and shoulder pain, headaches, and providing pregnancy massage.

About Via Farrelly

Specialty

Myotherapy and Remedial Massage Therapy

Pregnancy Massage

Particular Treatment Interests

• Neck and back pain

• Relieving stress and lowering anxiety

• Shoulder pain

• Relaxation massage

• Headaches

• Chronic aches and pains

• Pregnancy massage


Degrees

• Dip.Rem.Massage

• Adv.Dip.Myotherapy

• Certificate Pregnancy Massage

• Member ANTA

Work Days

Monday

Thursday

Saturday

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Via joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2023 after graduating from Victoria University with a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy and an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy.

Via developed a strong interest in remedial massage and myotherapy from a young age, where she was always fascinated by the human body and how it functioned. Combining this with her desire to always want to help and care for people, a profession in remedial massage and myotherapy was the perfect fit for Via.

As a therapist, Via is a warm, caring, and dedicated practitioner. She is focused on working with you to provide tailored treatments, in achieving reduction of tightness or tenderness, increasing range of motion, relaxation and restoration of the normal functioning of soft tissue structures. Via enjoys treating people of all age groups, using a wide range of techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques, soft tissue manipulation, and relaxation massage. She particularly enjoys treating the muscular system in helping to reduce stress and lowering anxiety in individuals, as well as treating neck, back, and shoulder pain, as well as headaches and chronic aches and pains. She is also qualified in pregnancy massage, where she aims to take the everyday stresses and aches away from soon-to-be mothers.

In her spare time, Via enjoys listening to music, spending time with friends, and watching new movies at the cinema.

Jane Hilson

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Jane enjoys treating neck, shoulder and lower back pain, headaches, occupational and posture related pain, pain syndromes and pre and post-natal therapy.

About Jane Hilson

Specialty

Myotherapy and Remedial Massage Therapy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Occupational and posture related pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Headaches
  • Pain syndromes (eg: fibromyalgia, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, polymyalgia rheumatica)
  • Pain arising from deconditioning and reduced activity
  • Pre- and post-natal therapy
Degrees
  • Dip.Rem.Massage (ACFB)
  • Adv.Dip.Myotherapy (MIMT)
  • BHSc (Naturopathy) (SSNT)
  • MAppSci (Acupuncture) (RMIT)
  • Member MA
Work Days

Monday

Wednesday

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Jane joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2023 after graduating with a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy and an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy from Melbourne Institute of Massage and Myotherapy in 2006. She also completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy from The Southern School of Natural Therapies in 2000 and an Applied Science Degree in Chinese Medicine Acupuncture in 2013. Currently, she also teaches in the Diploma of Massage and Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy courses throughout Melbourne.

Jane began her journey in the health profession studying a Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy (SSNT) in 2000. She did massage as a part of this study and it was clear that while the holistic principles of naturopathic medicine resonated deeply for her, hands-on treatment was where it was at. She continued her manual therapy studies through the Diploma of Remedial Massage (2006) and the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy courses. She also managed to sneak in a cheeky post graduate Applied Science Degree in Chinese Medicine Acupuncture in 2013.

Jane sees working with clients through massage as a special opportunity to partner with them on the journey to recovery, and her primary aim of treatment is to nurture, listen and remove the obstacles to feeling good. As well as a good pair of experienced hands, Jane has strong clinical reasoning skills and a broad range of manual techniques to draw from, including Deep Tissue Massage, MFR (Myofascial Release), Trigger Point Therapy, MET (Muscle Energy Technique) and Flame Cupping. Jane uses needles sparingly, relying on manual therapy as a first preference. She has worked extensively with people experiencing chronic pain syndromes and a broad range of muscular dysfunctions resulting from overuse, postural problems, acute and chronic injuries.

Jane is lucky to have another role that she is deeply passionate about; teaching in the Diploma of Massage and Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy courses. Having done this since 2012, she finds that teaching keeps her skills and knowledge frosty, and ensures she can bring the best of current practice to her clinical work.

Outside of work life, Jane is a mum to Sabine, aged 17, and Astrid, 20. She is also a seeing eye human to her blind greyhound, Bear. Jane gigs regularly, fronting a Western Swing band and sings with a 60s Garage Surf band. She also loves to stitch clothes and accessories and has a wicked fabric stash habit.

Miranda Talha

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Miranda enjoys treating acute & chronic neck & shoulder pain, hip & lower back pain, women’s health conditions, sports injuries, occupational related pain and pregnancy massage.

About Miranda Talha

Specialty

Myotherapy & Remedial Massage Therapy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Acute and chronic neck and shoulder pain
  • Women’s health related conditions
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Hip and lower back pain
  • Chronic pain
  • Occupational related pain
  • Sporting injuries
Degrees
  • Dip.Rem.Massage (ACFB)
  • Adv.Dip.Myotherapy (ACFB)
  • Cert III & IV Fitness
  • Cert Pregnancy Massage
  • Cert Pelvic Floor (core foundations)
  • Cert Lomi Lomi Massage
  • Member MA
Work Days


Tuesday

Thursday



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Miranda joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2024 after graduating with a Diploma of Remedial Massage therapy (2019) and an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy (2022) from The Australian College of Fitness and Body Work. Miranda has also completed a Certificate III & IV of Fitness (2009 & 2011).

From an early age, Miranda has been drawn to the health and fitness industry, growing up with a competitive sporting background in netball, soccer, swimming & athletics. For the past 15 years, Miranda has been working as a fitness coach, helping women achieve their health and fitness goals. Her interest in Myotherapy was sparked after experiencing chronic pain after a motor vehicle accident.

Miranda is a compassionate and dedicated therapist. Her time in the fitness industry has provided her with an understanding of the long-term benefits exercise has on the body. She aims to provide a personalised treatment plan for each patient. Miranda firmly believes that understanding a patient’s underlying condition is essential in assisting them with their recovery. Her passion lies in empowering individuals to take control of their musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction, ultimately enhancing their overall health and well-being.

Miranda uses a holistic approach in her treatments, combining soft tissue therapies with mobility & strengthening exercises. She uses a number of techniques, including deep tissue massage, myofascial release, muscle energy technique, cupping, joint mobilisation, trigger point therapy, active release therapy and dry needling techniques. Miranda is particularly interested in treating acute and chronic neck and shoulder pain, women’s health related conditions, hip and lower back pain, chronic pain conditions, sports injuries, occupational related pain and providing pregnancy massage.

When not working, Miranda enjoys taking her two active dogs on adventures to the beach and camping. She also attempts to declutter her large fabric hoard by sewing and designing some clothing of her own. She is proficient in the art of jamming, pickling and chutney whilst listening to her diverse playlist.

Alexandra Smith

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Alexandra enjoys treating neck, shoulder and lower back pain, psychosomatic pain, occupational & postural complaints.

About Alexandra Smith

Specialty

Myotherapy and Remedial Massage

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Chronic neck and lower back pain
  • Psychosomatic pain
  • Occupational and Postural complaints
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Headaches
  • Plantar fasciitis
Degrees
  • Adv.DIp.Myotherapy
  • Dip.Rem.Massage
  • Member ANTA
Work Days

Saturday

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Alexandra joined Canterbury Health Hub in 2024 after Graduating from NMIT with an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy and Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2013.

Alexandra was drawn to Myotherapy with an interest in health sciences and sports at a young age. She grew up playing Volleyball and represented in State and National levels. Her sports career exposed her to the critical role that manual therapy can play for an athletes' wellbeing, having dealt with some injuries along the way.

Before studying Myotherapy, she enjoyed working creatively as a florist and was able to transfer the caring attitude and hands-on skills to a new path.

Since graduating, Alexandra has worked alongside allied health practitioners in various clinics across Melbourne. Alexandra’s experience has allowed her to develop excellent communication and personable skills. She is a caring and holistic therapist with a passion for enhancing the wellbeing of her clients. She incorporates techniques such as Myofascial release, Trigger point therapy, Mobilisation, Muscle Energy Technique, Lymphatic drainage, Dry Needling and Cupping, whilst tailoring treatment to individual needs.

Stretching, corrective exercise and breath work are also utilised in treatment plans to help patients make lasting improvements to their overall health.

Alexandra enjoys treating neck, shoulder and lower back pain, anxiety and stress induced pain, chronic conditions, postural complaints and sports injuries.

Outside of work, Alexandra is kept busy caring for her two young boys. She loves going for walks and being able to connect to nature. When she can get to a Yoga class, she enjoys rolling out her mat for some Yin or Slow Flow.

Anna Pattison

Clinical Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Anna enjoys treating acute neck and upper back conditions, plantar fasciitis and is experienced in dry needling and providing exercise rehabilitation programs.

About Anna Pattison

Specialty

Clinical Myotherapy, Remedial Massage Therapy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Acute neck and upper back conditions
  • Complex chronic pain conditions
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Comprehensive Dry Needling application and knowledge
  • Acute and chronic shoulder pain
  • Exercise and rehabilitation programs
Degrees
  • B.Health.Sc (Clinical Myotherapy)
  • Member MAA
Work Days

Tuesday
Thursday
Friday

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Anna joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2017 after graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Myotherapy) from the Southern School of Natural Therapies in Melbourne.

Originally from the UK, Anna trained and worked as a registered General Nurse, specialising in Intensive Care Nursing. She thoroughly enjoyed her career, but when she started her own family, Anna decided to focus her care on her children. She has two gorgeous boys who continue to keep her busy, educate her and provide her with a huge amount of enjoyment.

On returning to the workforce, Anna wanted to continue with her interest in health and wellbeing and decided to shift her focus from surgery and the technical ethos of Intensive Care to a more holistic patient centred approach. After receiving treatment herself, she was inspired to learn more about Myotherapy, feeling it encompassed many of her beliefs, with the aim of helping everyone attain their potential.

Since graduating, Anna has worked in multidisciplinary clinics throughout Melbourne, treating alongside various allied health practitioners. This has given her the opportunity to acquire invaluable knowledge and further develop and utilise the latest techniques and approaches within her own treatments.

Anna is a passionate and caring therapist, dedicated to providing the highest level of quality care to all her patients. Strong listening skills and communication is Anna’s forte. She aims to understand each patient, to discover the cause of their problem, rather than only treating symptoms. She strives to help empower her patients to take control of their pain and sets achievable goals for their recovery, by providing education about their condition, restoring function and reducing the fear of movement.

Anna uses a wide range of techniques in her treatments, including deep tissue, sports and remedial massage with facilitated stretching, dry needling, soft tissue and joint mobilisation, cupping, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and muscle energy techniques. She also provides advice on corrective exercises and stretches.

In her spare time, Anna enjoys going for a run, take part in a Pilates or a Pump fitness class. She also loves spending time with family, going to the movies or catching up with friends over a coffee in one of the many great cafes around Melbourne.

Brendon Lang

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Brendon enjoys treating neck pain, sporting injuries, lower back and sciatic pain, knee pain and postural issues. BRENDON IS CURRENTLY ON PATERNITY LEAVE.

About Brendon Lang

Specialty

Myotherapy and Remedial Massage Therapy

Particular Treatment Interests:
  • Neck pain
  • Sporting injuries of all types
  • Exercise and rehabilitation programs
  • Lower back and sciatic pain
  • Knee pain
  • Postural issues
  • Desk and Seated Ergonomics
Degrees
  • Adv.Dip Myotherapy
  • Member MMA
Work Days

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

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Brendon joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2020 after completing his Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at RMIT in 2016 and spending multiple years working within a clinical and sporting setting.

Since completing his Myotherapy studies, Brendon has focused his extensive training and professional development in further gaining knowledge about the musculoskeletal system and treatment for pain and preventative care. His predominant myotherapy treatment techniques include: Deep tissue massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Muscle Energy techniques, Myofascial Dry Needling, Cupping, Preventative Home Care Advice, along with Muscular and Joint Taping.

As a practitioner, Brendon is enthusiastic and dedicated about working with his patients to achieve their personal rehabilitative and/or preventative goals. Having previously worked within a clinical setting, Brendon has gained the experience to be focused and streamlined with his treatments for each individual client. Brendon’s further training includes several courses: Advanced Taping, Rocktaping, Advanced Dry Needling, Sports Trainer and Shockwave Therapy.

From a sporting sense, his experience is broad and specific to elite athletes. Being a Carlton supporter, Brendon was able to achieve a monumental personal goal of working within the club as a trainer and massage therapist for the Northern Blues during the 2015 season. Brendon’s highlight of that season was being able to treat his sporting hero Chris Judd! After experiencing what it’s like to work with elite athletes, Brendon has gone on to work with the best of the best, including:

- Victorian Fury (Elite Netball) 2016-17
- England Athletes (Able and Disabled) at the Commonwealth Games 2018
- Richmond Football Club 2018 – present

For the past two seasons (2018 and 2019), Brendon has also spent time as a lead trainer for a local football team – East Doncaster. Within this role, he was able to work with other trainers to assist the team in winning back to back premierships. However, arguably his greatest achievement so far would be the experience of working with several Gold Medal winners at the Commonwealth Games. From netball, to triathletes, to wheelchair endurance races, Brendon considers himself a part of medal success! Currently, Brendon is also a Myotherapist at the Richmond Football Club and was heavily involved in the AFL and VFL premierships in 2019.

Brendon enjoys continually learning and completing Professional Development courses to further increase his scope of practice and knowledge of the human body. Most recently, he completed an Office Smart – Workstation Ergonomics Program, which focused on improving posture and desk setup, to assist in preventing pain and soreness.

In his spare time, Brendon relaxes at home with his wife Amy, his dog Luka and his 3 pet turtles! He also enjoys playing Snooker and Pool, along with watching sport and comedy tv / movies.

Tash Norris

Clinical Myotherapist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Strength & Conditioning Coach

Tash enjoys treating neck and shoulder pain, wrist and forearm pain, ankle and knee injuries, injury recovery and providing strengthening exercises.

About Tash Norris

Specialty

Myotherapy

Particular Treatment Interests:
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Wrist and forearm pain
  • Ankle and knee pain
  • Injury rehabilitation and exercise prescription
  • Lifestyle management
  • Postural conditions
  • Pregnancy massage
Degrees
  • BHealthSc (Clinical Myotherapy)
  • Member MMA
Work Days

Saturday

Book with Tash

Tash joined Canterbury Health Hub in 2022 with a Bachelor of Clinical Myotherapy and Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coaching qualifications.

Tash creates a friendly and welcoming space in her treatments and is empathetic, making sure you are heard. She adopts a strong hands-on approach through massage, dry needling and joint mobilisation, but her long-term results come from her Strength and Conditioning experience. She believes that strength is the missing link to promoting long-term, pain-free movement and posture.

Tash will work with you to establish your expectations and create a collaborative plan to provide long-term relief. She is passionate about managing her patient’s pain beyond the clinic, through specialised exercises and lifestyle assessment, to empower you with lasting relief from your appointment. Her strengths are in aerial sports such as pole dancing, silks and lyra, but is equipped to get people back to the gym, running, sport or just living a comfortable, pain-free lifestyle. She also helps patients with ongoing, poorly healed injuries successfully get back into things like hiking, running, golf and cheerleading.
Tash co-owns her own pole fitness studio in Oakleigh South and loves helping her students become strong and confident, and through this her love for myotherapy began. From her work at her studio, she accrued a wealth of knowledge on how to prevent, detect, manage, and rehabilitate injuries (including her own!), which led her into a Myotherapy career.

Tash is particularly interested in treating neck and shoulder pain, wrist and forearm pain, ankle and knee pain, providing injury rehab and exercise prescription, as well as lifestyle management.

On her days off from the clinic, Tash loves an adventure in nature as well as gardening, swimming, painting, practicing her pole sport or having a cuddle with her beloved fluffy ragdoll cat, Pablo.

Lauren Torpey

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Lauren enjoys treating neck and back pain, repetitive strain injuries, postural complaints, sports injuries, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, headaches and pregnancy massage.

About Lauren Torpey

Specialty

Myotherapy and Remedial Massage Therapy

Pregnancy Massage

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Acute neck and upper back conditions
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sports injuries
  • Pregnancy massage
  • Headaches
  • Postural complaints
  • Sciatic pain
  • Exercise rehab programs
Degrees
  • Dip.Rem.Massage
  • Adv.Dip.Myotherapy
  • Certificate Pregnancy Massage
  • Member MMA
Work Days

Monday

Wednesday

Friday

Saturday

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Lauren joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2022 after completing a Diploma of Remedial Massage at RMIT University, an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at RMIT University and a Certificate of Pregnancy Massage.

Lauren’s interest in Myotherapy developed through her own experience with injuries sustained in the sporting arena, participating in both netball and horse riding. These experiences led Lauren wanting to help others manage their pain.

Lauren is a warm, dedicated and caring therapist. She is passionate about treating a broad cross-section of the community and aims to understand each patient, to discover the cause of their problem, rather than only treating symptoms. She also provides clients with the knowledge and confidence to understand their condition, to assist in creating positive change and enhanced quality of life.

Lauren’s interest in the sporting field has led her to currently work for the AFL Richmond Football Club, working alongside elite athletes to better their performance and aid recovery. Lauren brings these skills and experiences to Canterbury Health Hub, assisting her active patients with their injuries and recovery.

Lauren incorporates a variety of manual therapy techniques in her treatments, such as soft tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, dry needling, cupping, joint mobilisation, muscle energy techniques and corrective exercises. These techniques are specifically tailored to each patient, to achieve the best possible outcomes. She particularly enjoys treating acute neck and upper back conditions, repetitive strain injuries, sports injuries, headaches, postural complaints, plantar fasciitis, sciatic pain and providing pregnancy massage.

In Lauren’s spare time, she enjoys being active, playing netball, hiking and going to the gym. She loves spending time with family and friends and follows the AFL, cheering on her beloved Tigers on the weekend!

Lucy Scott

Remedial & Relaxation Massage Therapist

Lucy enjoys treating areas of chronic muscular dysfunction, including rounded shoulders, forward head carriage from sitting at a computer desk and lower back pain.

About Lucy Scott

Specialty

Remedial Massage Therapy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Chronic soft tissue conditions
  • Postural conditions
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck and Back tension
  • Relieving stress and lowering anxiety
Degrees
  • BHSc Nat Med
  • Dip.Rem.Massage
  • Member MMA
Work Days

Monday
Tuesday
Friday

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Lucy joined the Canterbury Health Hub team after completing a Diploma in Remedial Therapy at the Melbourne College of Natural Medicine in 2004 and a Bachelor of Health Science (Natural Medicine) at Victoria University in 2006. Since then, Lucy has built a reputation as a leading massage provider in Melbourne and also teaches the Diploma of Remedial Therapy.

Lucy has always been passionate about massage and used to earn her pocket money by massaging her parents from the age of 3 years old!

Lucy is a highly experienced, caring and knowledgeable practitioner who enjoys treating patients of all ages with a wide range of needs, from chronic muscular dysfunction to reducing levels of stress, tension and anxiety. Depending on the patient’s preferred pressure levels and their needs, she can provide either deep tissue or soft, therapeutic massage. Lucy is particularly passionate about treating areas of chronic muscular dysfunction, including rounded shoulders, forward head carriage from sitting at a computer desk and lower back pain.

Since commencing her massage career in 2004, Lucy has completed the following courses:

• Bachelor Health Science (Natural Medicine)
• Diploma Life Coaching
• Registered Practitioner Pregnancy Massage
• Certificate in Post Natal Massage

Lucy treats all patients as individuals and tailors her treatment and management plans according to her patient’s requirements, with the mutual goal of maximising muscular function, increasing joint range of motion and helping you achieve your maximum health and vitality.

On a personal note, Lucy is extremely blessed to have three gorgeous daughters in primary school. When she's not working, Lucy looks after her girls but also has many hobbies, which include renovating houses, travelling, catching up with friends and family, rock climbing and studying Spanish.

Rachel Petrou

Remedial & Relaxation Massage Therapist

Rachel enjoys treating upper back/neck tension, headaches, pregnant women and also providing relaxation massage.

About Rachel Petrou

Speciality

Remedial Massage and Pregnancy Massage

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Upper back and neck tension
  • Headaches
  • Postural complaints
  • Pregnancy massage
  • Relaxation massage
Degrees
  • Dip. Rem. Massage
  • Cert. Pregnancy Massage
  • Member MMA
Work Days

Wednesday

Saturday

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Rachel joined Canterbury Health Hub in 2022 after completing a Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Melbourne Institute of Massage & Myotherapy as well as completing a Certificate of Pregnancy Massage.

Before leaving the corporate world, Rachel completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage in order to fulfil her passion for helping others. With two young children and a busy family life, Rachel can personally relate to the need for a targeted, quality massage!

Rachel is a compassionate, approachable and genuinely caring therapist whose strength is understanding each client's treatment goals and monitoring the effectiveness of the treatment throughout.

She believes in a holistic approach to massage and her ability to combine relaxation with remedial techniques creates the perfect balance for your mind and body. Rachel enjoys relieving client's pain and increasing range of motion through a variety of techniques, including trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques, deep tissue massage, myofascial release and cupping. She is particularly interested in treating upper back/neck tension for those that are desk bound, headaches, pregnant women, post-natal clients and also enjoys providing relaxation massage.

In her spare time, Rachel enjoys reformer Pilates, daily coffees, following her beloved Brisbane Lions & spending quality time with her friends & family.

Jenna McCallum

Remedial, Sports & Relaxation Massage Therapist

Jenna enjoys treating headaches, lower back and neck pain and providing sports and relaxation massage.

About Jenna McCallum

Specialty

Remedial Massage Therapy and Sports Massage

Particular Treatment Interests

• Headaches

• Sports massage: pre- and post-event treatment and prevention

• Lower back and neck pain

• Relaxation massage

Degrees

• B.Ex&SportSc.

• Dip.Rem.Massage

• Member AMT

Work Days

Wednesday

Friday

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Jenna joined Canterbury Health Hub in 2022 after completing a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science at Deakin University and a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy in NSW.

Jenna’s interest in Remedial Massage developed from an active childhood playing court sports and growing up in the country. This led her to studying a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science. After graduating, she wanted to continue helping people in a manual therapy setting, leading her to complete the Diploma of Remedial Massage.

Jenna is a warm and empathetic therapist. She believes that treatment should be tailored to the individual’s presentation and health goals. Her previous studies have given her a thorough understanding of human anatomy and underlying pathophysiology of a range of conditions affecting the human body. She utilises a holistic approach to treatment that includes a range of remedial techniques, including deep tissue massage, myofascial release, muscle energy technique and trigger point therapy, while also incorporating take-home advice to help support exercise, ergonomic and lifestyle changes outside of the clinic. Her particular treatment interests include headaches, sports massage (particularly pre- and post-event treatment and prevention), lower back and neck pain and relaxation massage.

Outside of the clinic, you will find Jenna in a Pilates class, sneaking in a beach walk when the weather is nice, listening to a podcast and supporting (or sometimes crying about) the mighty Bombers.

Chris Tunn

Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist

Chris enjoys treating head, neck, jaw and back related issues, chronic pain conditions, sports injuries, and respiratory issues.

About Chris Tunn

Specialty

Remedial Massage

Sports Massage

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Head, neck and jaw related issues
  • Back pain
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Scoliosis
  • Sports injuries
  • Posture related pain
  • Respiratory issues (breathing difficulties)
  • Exercise and rehab programs
Degrees
  • Dip.Rem.Massage
  • Cert 3 & 4 in Fitness
  • Member ANTA
Work Days

Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Book with Chris

Chris joined the team at Canterbury Health Hub in 2024, after graduating with a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2022 and Certificates III and IV in Fitness (2011). He is currently completing his Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at the Australian College of Bodywork and is in his 2nd year of Physiotherapy at Victoria University.

Chris recently relocated from sunny Queensland to Melbourne in pursuit of a more dynamic and fast-paced lifestyle. As a teenager, he was involved in soccer, cross country and athletics at state level. During this time, Chris developed an interest in how the body moves, which led him into the world of personal training.

Initially, Chris specialised in training clients for sports and high-performance events. However, he found himself spending more time rehabilitating clients' injuries. Over the years, Chris looked to improve his skill set to assist his clients, which led him to pursue studies in remedial massage. Equipped with a robust understanding of injury rehabilitation and iron thumbs (when required), Chris was able to achieve greater results for his clientele.

Chris infuses every treatment with his infectious enthusiasm, experience, genuine curiosity, and extensive knowledge. Treatments with Chris incorporate a variety of techniques, including myofascial release, positional release techniques, muscle energy techniques, stretching, dry needling, cupping, corrective movement patterning and rehab exercises.

Chris is currently pursuing his Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at the Australian College of Bodywork. Additionally, he is in his second year of studying Physiotherapy at Victoria University. He has also completed further studies in cranial sacral technique, osteopathic cranial work and visceral (organs) release techniques, that he adopts in his treatments as required.

Chris enjoys treating people of all age groups, with a particular interest in those suffering from chronic pain conditions, especially of the head, neck, back, respiratory and jaw-related concerns (such as headaches, back pain, dizziness, jaw clenching, grinding, breathing and swallowing issues). He also has a strong interest in treating sporting injuries, those suffering from posture related pain and scoliosis, and also providing extensive exercise and rehab programs for his clients.

Outside of the clinic, Chris runs a small business where he buys and sells collectible items. He also enjoys going to the gym and participates in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (the gentle martial art of folding your opponent up like origami).

Will Jenkins

Dietitian

Will enjoys helping people with Nutrition programs, Meal plans, Gut Health, Weight Management and more.

About Will Jenkins

Specialty

Dietitian

Sports Dietitian

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Healthy eating
  • Gut disorders
  • Diabetes
  • Elevated cholesterol
  • Sports nutrition
Degrees
  • MNutrDiet, BExSc(Hons), APD
Work Days

Monday

Friday

What to expect in a consult with Will
  • Initial consults are 1 hour in duration. During this consult, he will discuss your medical history, blood and other test results, medications and dietary supplements, dietary restrictions, food intolerances/triggers, as well as your diet, lifestyle and eating patterns. He will implement a tailored plan to help you achieve your goals.
  • Review consults are 30 minutes in duration, whereby your plan, goals and strategies will be reviewed and refined, to ensure you have the tools and confidence to achieve your desired results.
Book with Will

Will graduated from Deakin University with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (with Honours) and a Master of Dietetics.

Will grew up in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs and has always had a love for sport and healthy living. Through his sport, he developed an interest in food and nutrition, its role in sport performance and its importance in improving overall health and wellbeing. As a result, this led him to study Exercise and Sports Science at University.

Will’s Honours degree included a research project investigating how exercise changes muscle and mitochondrial genes, as well as muscle and exercise performance. Throughout his career to date, Will has worked at numerous allied health clinics throughout Melbourne, the Austin Hospital (working with patients in both acute and long-term care), the Baker Institute and also Lap Surgery Australia. Furthermore, as an Accredited Sports Dietitian, Will has worked with a range of sports people and athletes to improve their performance, manage their health conditions, enhance recovery and improve body composition. He has also worked as a Life! Program facilitator, helping people improve and manage their diabetes.

Will is a friendly, dedicated and experienced practitioner. He prides himself on helping his clients improve their health and nutrition through individualised plans, to help them achieve their health, food and nutrition goals. He works collaboratively with medical practitioners and allied health professionals in providing the most up-to-date dietetic advice, treatment and management, for improved client outcomes.

Will specialises in helping people with:
- Nutrition programs
- Meal plans
- Weight Management
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
- Sport and Fitness Nutrition
- Coeliac Disease
- Healthy Eating
- Gut Health
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
- Food Intolerances
- Food Allergies
- Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDS)
- Cardiovascular Health
- High Cholesterol
- Low FODMAP Diet
- Osteoporosis
- Vegetarian/ Vegan/ Plant Based Nutrition

Will has continued building his skills over the years, completing the Sport Dietitians Australia course for accreditation as a Sports Dietitian, Level 2 ISAK Anthropometrist (skin folds) accreditation, and a Certificate 3 and 4 in Personal Training.

Will is an avid tennis player and in his spare time, he enjoys playing and competing in local competitions. He also regularly attends the gym to maintain his fitness. Outside of this, Will enjoys finding a good coffee and a chat.

Belinda Greig

Relationship Therapist, Couples Counsellor & Psychotherapist

Belinda enjoys working with intimate relationships to help rebuild connection, intimacy and trust and build communication skills.

About Belinda Greig

Specialty

Relationship Therapy

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Relationship Therapy
  • Couples Counselling
Degrees
  • Master of Counselling (Couples)
  • Grad Dip Counselling
  • Gottman level 1 and 2
  • EFT level 1
Work Days

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Book with Belinda

Belinda Greig graduated from Swinburne University with a Master in Counselling (Couples)

As a specialist relationship therapist, Belinda is dedicated to helping all intimate relationships. Whether you're seeking support for communication, trust, or intimacy, Belinda will help to guide you on your journey, building on your strengths, and working through your challenges.

Belinda uses an integrative, evidence-based approach to counselling, drawing heavily from attachment theory and systems theory, and using tools from the Gottmans, Emotionally Focussed Therapy (EFT), and other relevant theories.

Belinda works to ensure the therapy room is a safe space. Belinda is experienced working cross-culturally, and welcomes all members of the LGBTQIA+ community and all relationship constellations. Belinda is passionate about helping clients work through the complexities parenting may bring to relationships.


Book with Belinda directly on 0434 299 593 or info@forbettertherapy.com.au
To find out more about Belinda, visit www.forbettertherapy.com.au

Sharon Peeters

Counsellor & Career Coach

Sharon enjoys helping individuals and couples with anxiety, depression, stress and burnout, boundary issues, addictions, trauma and grief.

About Sharon Peeters

Specialty

Adult individuals and couples

Particular Treatment Interests
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Stress and Burnout
  • Addictions
Degrees
  • Master of Counselling
  • Master of Education and Training
  • Critical Care Nursing
Work Days

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Book with Sharon

Sharon Peeters graduated from Victoria University with a Master in Counselling.

Sharon is committed to helping individuals and couples work through problems in a proactive and relational manner.

Sharon utilises evidenced based theories to work through simple to complex mental health concerns from anxiety, depression, boundary issues, stress and burnout to addictions, trauma and grief.

Sharon is down to earth, practical and engaging. She is deeply committed to providing safe and non-judgmental spaces.

Book with Sharon directly on 0414 236 665 or sharon@counselme.com.au
To find out more about Sharon, visit www.counselme.com.au

Rachael Poldermans Practice Manager
Emily Poldermans Administration Co-ordinator
Kirsten Clamp Receptionist
Alysha Roberts Receptionist
Sophia Weine Receptionist
Amy Beanland Receptionist

Why choose Canterbury Health Hub?

Piecing together your healthcare puzzle is something that we at CHH know how to do. With over 20 years' experience in offering solutions to a range of musculoskeletal issues, combined with a wonderful reputation, you know you are in good hands. We've created a hub with all the treatments you need under one roof. All of our highly experienced and qualified practitioners work together to ensure you receive a tailored plan for your wellness goals. We look forward to meeting you!

Experienced practitioners

Experienced practitioners

We are a group of passionate practitioners with extensive clinical experience

Fast and effective relief

Fast and effective relief

We are a results-driven clinic and aim to achieve fast and effective pain relief

After hours and weekends

After hours and weekends

Open after hours and weekends for your convenience

Established since 1998

Established since 1998

Recognised as one of the most reputable clinics in the eastern suburbs

Personalised treatment plans

Personalised treatment plans

We outline a tailored treatment plan, leaving you feeling assured of resolution

On-site parking and HICAPS

On-site parking and HICAPS

Free parking is available on-site and we have HICAPS facilities for your convenience.

Our Clinic

Located in the heart of Canterbury, our clinic is fresh, modern, light-filled and fully equipped to optimise your health.

Get in touch today

Get in touch today

Need help finding the right practitioner or don’t know what type of treatment you need? Our friendly reception team are ready to help you find the right practitioner for you.

Tel: (03) 9836 3688 Fax: (03) 9836 3687 7/333 Canterbury Road,
Canterbury Vic 3126

Typical response time: under 1 hour (Mon-Sun)

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