Mike joined our Bespoke Tribe in 2021.
Mike in a Western BOP local, growing up just down the road. His passion in sports and exercise lead him down the career pathway of physiotherapy, completing his Bachelors Degree in 2016 at AUT.
Mike brings with him four years of private practice and sports experience, working both in NZ and abroad. Mike is the lead physiotherapist in charge of the Te Puna Premier team this season and has lined up an advanced needling course which he is due to complete early this year.
Mike is passionate about exercise prescription, manual therapy, injury prevention and post operative rehabilitation. He looks forward to helping you achieve your 2021 body goals this year!
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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 »
Hi I'm Siobhan and I'm very pleased to be the newest addition to the Bespoke team! I have been in the massage industry for approximately 10 years and during this time I have completed several post-graduate courses including myofascial release, TMJ (jaw) massage, sports massage and trigger point therapy. I believe in tailoring massage to individual needs based on lifestyle, injuries, fitness levels and sports involvement. Having completed several marathons myself, I understand the importance of muscle integrity and health to prevent injury.
My husband I have recently returned to Tauranga after living in Japan for 2 and half years. I like to keep fit so I run, climb the Mount, practice yoga and Pilates and enjoy spending time outdoors.
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