Amy has joined our team full time after joining her partner to begin living in the Otways. Amy will be working out of our clinic in Miller Street and also at Blue Water Leisure Centre She will remain in her role with the Geelong Football Club as they aim for a flag again in 2018. Amy loves treating people with back and neck/shoulder pain as well as footballers and netballers wanting to recover from their sport.
What is your guilty pleasure? Having some alone time and being able to watch the latest episode of whatever I’ve been watching!
What is your favourite movie?There’s too many to choose!
Name three people you would love to have dinner with?My partner – I always love having dinner with him,
My whole family – there’s nothing better than a huge family dinner (especially when everyone gets along!!)
Jimmy Bartel – to catch up after leaving the cats and see how life after footy is treating him
Why do you love being a Remedial Masseur? I love that I get to help people either get better or improve their lifestyle by feeling better than they ever thought they could.
Seeing improvements in people day to day or week to week is such a great feeling.
Continued learning is also great as I’m able to keep up with the newest techniques or treatment methods!
What is your favorite book? 50 shades series – it’s more of a love novel than you realise!
What is your favorite place in the world?So far Tulum Mexico!
What do you love most about The Corio Bay Sports Treatment Clinic? The family feel the clinic provides!
What is your favorite quote? Love the life you live, live the life you love
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I am also a horse rider / instructor and have represented Victoria at a national level.