Originally from South Africa, I moved to New Zealand, in 2014, to embark on my health profession journey.
I have worked in the health & fitness industry since 2012 and have made my way from a sports coach, to group fitness instructor, to Pilates instructor and now; my greatest passion, a Massage Therapist.
I have received my AUT Level 7 Bachelors degree in Sport & Recreation, as well as completed my post - graduate studies in Sport & Therapeutic Massage.
I am extremely passionate about muscle recovery and rehabilitation and believe in taking an holistic approach to achieving overall health and wellbeing.
I am very grateful and honoured to be a part of the team at Bureta Physiotherapy, where we are encouraged to continue learning in order to be the best therapists we can be. View details »
I am passionate about providing education to help individuals excel, whether that's in sports or returning to work after injury.
This includes running biomechanics, acute management, dry needling and gym based strength and mobility program.
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Kimberley is interested particularly in sports injuries, gym rehabilitation and pilates. She has a range of sporting interests including rugby, rowing, sailing, swimming and netball. Kimberley is passionate about the prevention and early management of injuries in young athletes so as they can reach their full potential. She works as a physio with Te Puna Rugby and Bay of Plenty Coast Rowing Club. Kimberley has also done extra studies in Pilates and uses these exercises alongside functional exercises in her client treatment plans. View details »