Aemilia is an experienced Sport and Exercise Physiotherapist holding a Masters level degree and Australian Physiotherapy Association Title.
She enjoys treating clients with a variety of different injuries and has a special interest in the lumbar spine, pelvis and hips. She also has significant experience with a variety of complex compensable cases including TAC, NDIS and WorkSafe.
Aemilia is currently involved in the PACE Musculoskeletal Study, a research project investigating novel clinical pathways for common musculoskeletal injuries. She has complimented her clinical skills with training in pilates and GLA:D – the current world leading exercise and education program for those experiencing problems with knee and hip osteoarthritis.
Aemilia is an avid swimmer and water polo player as well as mother of two gorgeous children who keep her on her toes. In her spare time she can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen, expanding her knowledge on dinosaurs and revisiting the magical fantasy world that is Harry Potter.
Every individual is entitled to the best in health and quality of life. Dani dedicates herself to educating and guiding clients on their nutrition and physical journey to achieve this.
At Be Well Allied Health, Dani will instruct pilates classes and work with clients for strength and conditioning.
Dani holds a bachelors degree in Health Science (majoring in Nutrition & Exercise Science), Cert. IV in Personal Training, is an internationally recognised Running Coach qualifications (UK Athletics and Athletics Australia), an APPI Pilates instructor, operates her own business, a mother of two young girls, and a sub elite marathoner.
Dani prides herself and her clients on developing strength and conditioning in order to reduce risk of injuries, but to also level up performance and technique.
Jen is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who graduated from La Trobe University with a Master of Dietetic Practice. She is especially interested in dietetic involvement in oncology, rehabilitation, gastrointestinal conditions, chronic disease management and general healthy lifestyles. Jen also enjoys working in sports performance nutrition, which has stemmed from a lifetime commitment to sport.
Jen is passionate about educating clients by translating evidence and applying it to relatable health issues. She provides clients with the tools to enjoy nutrition, make choices independently and fit food into their lives around other priorities.
Away from the nutrition world, Jen spends her time at calisthenics, which she has competed in and coached for many years including representing Victoria as part of the state team, adventuring with her fur baby Loki and organising coffee catch ups.
Everybody deserves to be their best self and feel confident to reach their goals.
Hayley dedicates herself to making your experience at Be Well Allied Health a comfortable, enjoyable and friendly one.
At Be Well Allied Health, Hayley will greet you, assist with your bookings, answer your questions and provide you with informed advice on the right equipment for your at-home exercises.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance. She is our front-of-house and organisation specialist, with a passion and drive for risk management, health and safety and the great outdoors.