Kate completed her Physiotherapy training at The University of Nottingham in the UK and graduated in 2012. She has worked in private practices in the UK and with professionals and local sports clubs. Kate moved over to NZ in 2015 where she continued her passion for physio. She uses a ‘hands on’ approach combined with acupuncture, mobilisation techniques and strength & conditioning to achieve optimal results. Kate is trained in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and Y Balance Test which are specialised assessments aimed at identifying dysfunctional movement patterns.
Kate has competed at National Level for athletics and enjoys snowboarding, crossfit, netball & the gym. Kate has run 2 marathons and competed at the Masters Games for swimming.
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Physiotherapist, Run Biomechanics, Run Coach
Stu completed his Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2002 and Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2012.
Stu is the owner of The Body Refinery. He has been behind the wheel here for the past 6 years helping things run smoothly!
He worked as physiotherapist for New Zealand Mens Hockey and Takapuna Premiere Rugby. He then spent five years working as a physiotherapist in London, which included a position at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club as the Academy physiotherapist. After this, he was a senior physiotherapist for Her Majesty’s Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (Headley Court), rehabilitating defence force personel returning from Afghanistan and Iraq.
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Senior Physiotherapist, Run Biomechanics
Originally from Wellington, Will completed his physiotherapy training at the University of Otago. He has a strong interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and biomechanical optimization, helping clients to not only recover but improve in their chosen field.
Will has a sporting history in football and track and field, competing both at a national and international level.
Recently he has completed his SSI SCUBA divemaster training in Thailand while travelling around South East Asia in 2017. View details »