We’re passionate about helping our clients to achieve optimum health and quality of life. Whether you have special considerations, are recovering from injury, are looking to increase your ability or simply want to feel healthy, take a look at the resources below for more information. Please note, the below information is just a guide, your physiotherapist will be able to give you a tailored, comprehensive assessment and make the best possible recommendation for your individual needs.


Emily Mostyn-Brown

Emily graduated in 2018 from ACSF (Australian College of Sport & Fitness) with a degree in Remedial Massage. During her studies she focused on deep tissue, trigger points, sports and relaxation massage. Emily often works with the WA Skydivers and recently went to Perris, California for the Aussie National Record to massage.

Before coming to Australia Emily spent 10 years travelling the world teaching and performing flying trapeze and indoor aerial arts.

Maddie Matthews

Maddie graduated from the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2018 and began working at Fiona Stanley Hospital where she gained experience in areas including Spinal Rehabilitation, Amputee Rehabilitation and Oncology. It was here that Maddie grew her passion for working closely with people to achieve their goals, whatever they may be.

Maddie has always been interested in using exercise for rehabilitation and deepening her knowledge of Women’s Health and she is looking forward to completing the Polestar Pilates and Dry Needling courses in the near future.

Outside of her physiotherapy time, Maddie loves to attend Pilates and CrossFit style exercise classes as well as catching up with friends and family for coffee and good food! Maddie is also well-known by those around her for completing many creative DIY projects and her habit of adopting rescue kittens, though she would also love to adopt a dog or two in the future!

Jean Seah

Jean graduated from the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2018. During her studies, she dedicated one month abroad in Germany exploring the healthcare system and experienced cutting-edge technology with a local robotics company.

Apart from study, Jean has also been working for a soccer club since 2016 to treat state league players, sparking a passion for helping athletes perform at their best. Jean is currently undergoing her Rehab Pilates training with Polestar Pilates Education, and is loving incorporating the techniques she is learning into her rehab with patients. Jean is now offering Dry Needling to treat all areas of the body for muscles tension, pain and trigger points.

Since she was a child, Jean has always been a very active person and takes pride in being undefeated as swimming champion girl throughout her schooling days. Jean loves exercising in a range of different ways from Tai Chi to kickboxing, and from rock climbing to fitting the squash courts.

To help others find their love for moving, she also volunteers as a walk organiser for Heart Foundation Walking and conducts weekly walks on the Applecross foreshore – come and join her!!

To fuel her busy days, Jean likes discovering hidden food spots and cafes around Perth and is always up for a coffee fix!

Lauren Young

Physiotherapist (Continence & Women’s Health) | Pilates Instructor

Lauren started her career as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) where she gained valuable experience prescribing exercise for a broad range of the population. It was through this type of work that she developed an interest in women’s health, musculoskeletal and exercise rehabilitation. Therefore, with an ongoing commitment to her professional development, she studied the STOTT Pilates method.

Following years of teaching Pilates, she wanted to offer her clients a more comprehensive approach and experience. Therefore, she decided to become a Physiotherapist where she could offer both hands-on and exercise-based treatments.

Lauren has also undertaken postgraduate studies in Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy and has gained valuable experience on maternity wards as well as Women’s Health private practice. She has a passion for anything to do with the pelvis as well as pregnancy and the postnatal period! She recently co-wrote and co-taught a course to educate AEP’s on “Exercise during Pregnancy and the Postnatal Period”.

In her spare time, she likes to hike in the hills, grow organic veggies, cycle and spend time with her Labrador puppy!

Karolina McLaren

Physiotherapist | Pilates Instructor | Polestar Pilates Australia Educator

Karolina graduated with first-class honors from the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2009. During her study she taught group Pilates classes and this is when her passion for Pilates began. Karolina has had training in a number of different Pilates methods (Art of Motion, Pilates International, Stott and Polestar). She has completed her Diploma of Professional Pilates with Polestar Pilates Australia in 2012, and since then has become an Educator for Polestar, teaching courses to students wanting to become qualified Pilates instructors in Perth.

Karolina has had extra training and can treat the following areas:

Vestibular Rehabilitation: Dizziness and Vertigo | Scoliosis in children, teenagers and adults | Dry Needling: for muscles tension, pain and trigger points | Pelvic Girdle Pain: Sacroiliac Joint Pain and dysfunction.

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) pain: Jaw pain and clicking.

Karolina enjoys going out to different cafes for breakfast, trail running, triathlons (she ran her first Marathon in 2013, ran the 2017 Busselton Half Ironman and is training for the 2017 New York marathon) and trains in aerial silks and yoga.

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