Natasha is originally from South Africa and decided to move to the UK to travel and see more of the world. She is an outgoing individual who loves nature, spending time outdoors and being active. Before becoming a Physiotherapist, she competed at a national level in Pole Vaulting.
In South Africa Natasha developed a broad expertise working with a wide variety of patients in both private and public sectors. With her love for the outdoors and athletic history in pole vaulting, Natasha’s passion lies in helping athletes with acute injuries through to chronic conditions, as well as athletic conditioning.
Natasha has acquired extensive knowledge and skills with human movement patterns and has completed courses such as Basi Mat Pilates, STOTT Intensive and Advanced Reformer, Myofascial activated posture movement and STOTT VO2 MAX workshops. These courses have equipped her with the expertise to deliver effective clinical Pilates interventions and provide individualised rehabilitation programs.
As a physiotherapist Natasha enjoys helping others to recover fully after an injury and achieve their full potential.
Chronic Pain, Back & Neck, Injury Prevention, Shoulders, Ankle Injuries and Athletic Conditioning
Athletics, Running, Cycling, Swimming, Netball and Triathlons
Private practice — Core Concepts Pilates, Durbanville, South Africa, Brackenfell Rugby Club, Paarl Gymnasium High School, Boland Pole vaulting Academy, National level sevens players and tag rugby players and South Africa Government rural community service
Dry needling, ETA Sports Massage course, chronic pain management using pain neuroscience education, Pilates and myofascial activated posture techniques and completed Basi Mat Pilates, STOTT reformer Pilates and MAP movement courses to understand movement patterns