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- Wynyard Quarter
- New Lynn
Here at Return to Form, our friendly staff are here to help you with whatever you need.
Physiotherapist, Pilates instructor, Acupuncturist, Aromatherapist, Certified Total Gravity Trainer
Zee qualified from the University of Brighton (England) in 1994. After working in a combined setting of paediatrics and general adult physio she made the switch to clinic based work on moving to New Zealand.
Zee is owner and principal physio at Return to Form. She has a hands on holistic approach combining her acupuncture, pilates and general physio skills for her clients needs. Her specialty is pelvic floor health, men & women and cancer rehabilitation. Zee works closely with Urologists/Oncologists for men undergoing Prostate surgery. Zee has completed various post graduate courses including acupuncture for women’s health problems acupuncture in pregnancy & childbirth, Cancer rehab and is a Pinc & Steel cancer rehab certified physio.
Zee is certified on the Total Gym Gravity and uses this in her rehab of clients with ACC injuries, cancer rehabilitation, general health & fitness as well as equipment Pilates classes.
Zee often returns to the UK for courses to keep up to date with the latest techniques and skills, that may not be available in NZ.
Madi has been a dancer for over 15 years and was a cheerleading coach for 4 years while studying at AUT. She has competed overseas in an international competition for cheerleading and dancing. As part of her coaching she taught children from the ages of 4-21 and she particularly enjoyed strength and conditioning training and teaching tumbling.
With a combination of hands on and exercise therapy she will have you back to doing the things you are missing out on!
Tim qualified as a Physiotherapist from AUT, and since has worked in Wellington and Auckland.
He has postgraduate certifications in joint mobilisation/manipulation as well as dry needling. Over the last years practising in corporate clinics, Tim has developed a strong interest in biomechanics and the underlying conditions that predispose people to injury, as well as physiotherapy for the head and neck.
Prior to studying Physiotherapy, Tim completed a Master of Arts in German and worked in Germany as a assistant Language Teacher. Although the language skills are no longer used, his teaching experience helps him ensure good education of clients on their own conditions, so that they can effectively self-manage and understand the issues that are being treated.
Kara completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy from AUT in 2017. Working part time as a receptionist at Return to Form throughout the degree, Kara now joins the team as a new graduate physiotherapist.
She has a special interest in osteoarthritis and self-management for long term conditions. Previous to her studies at AUT, Kara completed a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Anthropology from Auckland University. She also has 3 years experience of volunteering at the Les Mills Adaptive Athlete
program that is run for school children with physical and intellectual impairments.
In her spare time, Kara enjoys keeping active with outdoor adventure, social touch games and beach swims.
Roni has a Bachelor of Health Science in traditional Chinese medicine and Acupuncture
Roni provides an intuitive, supportive and a unique treatment atmosphere. She uses traditional Chinese medicine including gentle acupuncture, cupping therapy and moxa (warming), combined with lifestyle advice to support and inspire people to well being.
Roni is experienced in treating a wide range of health issues and has particular interest in treating musculoskeletal (general muscles/tendons/ligaments) complaints, women’s health (including fertility, pregnancy, and hormonal imbalances), digestive disorders, stress, anxiety and insomnia.
Roni is a member of the New Zealand Register of Acupuncturists and an ACC provider. She is dedicated to continuing to develop her skills and her learning to improve people’s well being.
Roni works closely with other practitioners to ensure full holistic management and treats ACC and private clients
Sharon joins our team with seven years’ experience in Chinese Medicine. Coming from China, Sharon started her life in New Zealand in 2013.
Healing her clients through natural methods provides her with a tremendous amount of satisfaction. Sharon treats ACC and internal conditions using a wide range of treatment modalities such as cupping, moxa, electro-therapy and massage.
BHS (Massage & NMT)
Nutritional Diploma – Dip. ION (Merit),
London College of Naturopathic
Medicine and Health Science UK. Naturopath
Nellie Pigot is a UK trained nutritionist and naturopath and has been practising since 1999. She has worked as the nutritionist for a major London investment bank and as a naturopath in an integrated practice working alongside medical GP’s. Consequently Nellie is very experienced in interpreting diagnostic medical tests.
Her areas of expertise are treating digestive disorders, food allergies and intolerance, women’s health, optimising thyroid function. She works on increasing energy levels through manageable dietary and lifestyle changes with the help of short term vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements.
Dan’s love for sports and fitness has been a driving force in his life since a young age. Over the past seven years he has worked to turn this passion into a career. Dan combines technical knowledge and expertise with his own extensive experience as an athlete and sports person in order to provide efficient & effective training results. His natural enthusiasm and relaxed communication style ensure that client motivation is maintained.
Dan’s session are tailored to the individuals needs and fun! Sometimes there is so much laughter coming from our in house studio, that we wander if they are just doing laugh training!
At Return to Form studio Dan utilises the ‘Total Gym – Gravity’ system to provide goal oriented & results based training.
A FREE trial with Dan will have you converted in no time.
Michelle has her bachelor degree in physiotherapy from AUT and has almost completed her post graduate diploma in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She believes in helping support patients to return to functional independence through a holistic approach.
She considers it of the utmost importance to work in a collaborative manner with the patients, to give them an understanding of their condition in order for long term management and prevention, and to provide the best possible hands on therapy to help with pain management
Michelle has helped support a wide variety of patients to reduce pain and get back to a improved functional wellbeing. These include persistent pain patients such as lower back, neck, headache and TMJ pain patients (jaw). She is also trained in biomechanical assessment, pre/post operative rehabilitation exercise therapy and clinical pilates.