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About Us & Our Team
Recover Wellbeing is a Pilates and holistic health studio that is located in Currumbin QLD (view map). Our fresh and inspiring studio promotes and empowers the health, happiness and wellbeing of all our client family. We’re all about healthy conscious movement, mind/body connection and incorporating holistic health modalities.
Everyone is made to feel welcome in our warm and inviting studio that is only a short walk to the beautiful Currumbin creek. Recover Wellbeing is a supportive and social community space that encourages and facilitates positive changes in the mind as well as the body. We offer a range of health services including: studio equipment Pilates, mat, yoga and meditation classes as well as remedial massage, cransiosacral therapy, traditional herbalism and lymphoedema assessment and treatment.
We like to update our services regularly depending on our client’s needs, so feel free to contact us for information about our current health and wellbeing services. You will find details below about our lovely team members and their areas of expertise.
Owner / Director of Recover Wellbeing
Sarah is an energetic practitioner with an open heart and passion for holistic wellness and corrective movement. Sarah began practising Pilates over 10 years ago for the management of personal injuries and body imbalances, when she fell in love with the Pilates method. Sarah noticed its positive impact not only on her body but on her mind and spirit. Sarah has since become a Pilates instructor and loves to tailor your workout whether its restorative, rehabilitative or a challenging workout, she’s got you covered.
Sarah is also a registered Occupational Therapist who specialises in working with women post cancer and those with lymphoedema to increase their holistic wellness, movement and recovery.
Bachelor degree of Occupational Therapy (currently registered with AHPRA)
Lymphoedema Level 1 Certificate
Diploma of Professional Studio Pilates
Member of: Pilates Association Australasia, Australasian Lymphoedema Association, OT Australia
Lisa has always lived an active lifestyle of dance, sport and being outdoors. This fuelled her passion for movement and integration of strength and mobility. Lisa was introduced to Pilates after suffering from a back injury eight years ago and has been a client since.
Lisa commenced her work with the human body when she studied her Certificate IV of Massage Therapy in 2013. In 2014 Lisa started her journey as an instructor when she studied to Comprehensive Studio Pilates course through Polestar Education.
In her teaching Lisa strives to educate her clients on proper movement patterns that they can adapt into their everyday lifestyle.
Cert IV of Massage Therapy
Comprehensive Studio Pilates Course – Polestar
Kendra was first introduced to Pilates by her older sister over 15 years ago in the United States. After years of participating in ballet and sports, Kendra noted the immediate and long-term benefits of the mind-body connection facilitated by the traditional Pilates method. Her sister, who is a practicing obstetrician / gynecologist, also taught her the importance of regular practice to help with the prevention and rehabilitation of women’s health issues.
Kendra prides herself on being a hands-on, caring instructor. She is confident in her ability to assess and resolve faulty movement patterns in all body types and levels of ability, from the injured to the dancer, from the elderly to the high-performance athlete.
She loves teaching her clients mindful movements which can be carried through their day to day lives.
Diploma of Professional Studio Pilates
Yoga & Meditation Instructor
Micaela from Zenaste Yoga is a positive and openhearted Yoga and Meditation teacher at Recover Wellbeing. Micaela’s main interests other than her own practice include staying connected with nature with regular outdoor activities, Pilates, volunteering with those in need and furthering her knowledge on natural living. Micaela’s personal practice of yoga began at the age of 13, helping to nurture her journey and passion for promoting a holistic approach to wellness. After feeling and seeing the benefits of obtaining mind-body awareness through yoga and meditation, Micaela completed her Yoga Teacher Training in the heart of where yoga was founded; Rishikesh of India.
Combing her path as an emerging Social Work practitioner and Yoga instructor, Micaela endeavours to share her love and knowledge of yoga to help empower individuals with self-love, positivity, awareness of alternate/holistic healing and wishes to promote unity within the community.
Micaela teaches Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga and Meditation classes that are recognised by Yoga Alliance Australia and International. All classes are tailored to ensure yoga is accessible to all ages, bodies, genders and abilities.
Join Micaela at one of her classes for a unique and intimate session for furthering your personal connection with your mind, body and soul, whilst also helping to keep your physical body strong, flexible, energetic and healthy.
- Completed her Yoga Teacher Training in the heart of where yoga was founded; Rishikesh of India.
- Teaches classes that are recognised by Yoga Alliance Australia and International
Yoga & Meditation Instructor
Marisa teaches a style of yoga that is infused with mindfulness and self awareness. She brings people away from the goal-oriented version of yoga and guides her students toward a discovery of the body-mind connection.
Her classes focus on re-training the mind and developing an ear for the wisdom of the body; A self-empowering yoga style of which mobility and strength are possible side effects.
Marisa is passionate about rediscovering the art of rest in a modern world of stress and dysfunction. She teaches deep relaxation and meditation classes, as well as workshops on fascia and the body’s response to stress.
- 200hr Hatha Yoga YTT
- 800hr Purna Yoga YTT
- Cert IV in YTT
- Dip of YTT
- 50hrs physical adjustments
- Yoga Alliance Registered (RYT 500hrs)
- Certified in Yin, Hathaa, Pre and Post natal, restorative, Yoga Nidra and meditation.
- Reiki Level 2
- Dip Holistic Nutrition
- Hon BA Biological Evolution & Sociocultural Anthropology
- Psychotherapeutic Skills Certificate
Shiatsu & Oriental Therapies
Rachel discovered her passion for health and traditional Chinese medicine 18 years ago and has been practicing shiatsu and natural heath care ever since. She has developed a holistic, ‘east meets west’ medical approach using a combination of her Japanese Shiatsu skills and Remedial Massage techniques. Rachel brings a sense of calm and serenity by connecting the physical, energetic and emotional bodies with her flowing deep treatments, utilizing acupressure points to each client’s needs. A professional, friendly and intuitive therapist, she has confident, sensitive working hands that listen intently to your body, finding every spot of disharmony and tension.
Techniques vary from acupressure and meridian therapy, cupping, moxibustion, gua-sha, reflexology, trigger point therapy, lymphatic drainage massage, corrective exercises, stretching, use of essential oils and herbal liniments. Rachel also explores lifestyle and dietary habits and the impact these elements have on the mind- body connection.
Specialising in pre & post pregnancy massage, Rachel considers a woman’s journey through pregnancy to be a profound biological and emotional process that requires sincere nurturing for both mother and baby.
Diploma Shiatsu & Oriental Therapies
Cert. IV Massage Therapy
Cert. Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Cert. Adv. Pregnancy Massage & Shiatsu
Tessa is a physiotherapist with a background in exercise science and a passion for breathing mechanics and persistent pain conditions. She offers a unique treatment focusing on healing at the cause through a holistic approach incorporating mind, body and soul.
Her training as a physiotherapist allows her to assess and treat physical consequences of prolonged pain including altered breathing mechanics and inefficient movement patterns. Whilst also focusing on the importance of pain free movement and re-conditioning to allow for maximal function (getting back to living your best life).
- Bachelor of exercise science
- Masters of Physiotherapy
Advanced Diploma Clinical Hypnotherapy, Applied Psychotherapy and Neurolinguistic Programming