We are thrilled to introduce you to our newest Bespoke recruit – Stephanie Wright! Stephanie graduated from the University of Otago in 2011 with Distinction in a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She then began her career in the public health setting in Wellington, gaining experience in a wide variety of areas including post-operative and orthopaedics, cardiorespiratory and neurorehabilitation. The lure of the beautiful Bay of Plenty weather and easy going lifestyle saw Steph return to her hometown in 2014, where she has gained a depth of experience working in private practice. Steph has also worked alongside several Bay of Plenty Rugby teams including the Woman’s Rugby Sevens and Volcanix team.
Steph’s repertoire of post-graduate qualifications include APPI Pilates matwork level 1, Polestar Reformer Pilates leve 1 & 2 along with her Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy. Steph enjoys combining both manual therapy and an exercise-based approach to restore function and help her patients keep doing the things they love. Steph’s Pilates training helps to compliment this approach as she likes to restore movement and look at the whole person. Steph has also gained experience treating people with persistent pain and is able to assess and treat people with Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).
In her spare time, Steph loves getting out for a run, climbing Mauoa and enjoying our beautiful beaches with her daughter and husband. View details »
We are thrilled to introduce you to our massage therapist Will who has recently joined our Bespoke Tribe. Will is a Western BOP local through and through, having grown up just down the road in Katikati.
Will is a qualified massage therapist who specialises in sports massage therapy, deep tissue massage and myofascial release. Will completed his massage training down in Southland and is also a qualified personal trainer, having completed a three year degree in Sports & Recreation, Majoring in Exercise Science. He has a deep understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the body which reflects in his hollistic view to health.
Will brings a wealth of experience with him, having worked in the health industry over the last five years. Over the last two years, Will was the lead massage therapist for the Southland Rugby team and most recently, he massaged at the World Rugby 7s Tournament in Hamilton.
When Will isn't in the massage room, you may find him in the gym taking personal training sessions or running boot camps! Get in touch if you would like more info on the varies services that Will is providing at Bespoke. View details »
Georgia Harris was born and bred in sunny Gisborne. Georgia has been involved in high level representative swimming, surf lifesaving and cross country which led to various injuries and numerous physiotherapy visits. Consequently, this fuelled her passion to begin a career that would help others return to doing what they loved. After completing a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2017, she made the move to Christchurch Hospital as a rotational physiotherapist. Throughout her time there she gained experience in intensive care, respiratory and orthopaedics providing an excellent all-round base to her knowledge. Georgia’s physiotherapy approach involves both hands-on and exercise prescription to make sure patients are getting the most out of every aspect physiotherapist’s have to offer. View details »