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The Movement Workshop Physiotherapy believes that the best outcomes are achieved by working together. There are many paths that will lead to quality outcomes, health and improved quality of life. We work together with you to determine which path is right for you.

We use our many tools to assess your condition and aim to address the cause of your injury not just the symptoms. The same approach is used for everyone, whether you need help with sport, work or daily living.

At The Movement Workshop Physiotherapy there is a strong emphasis on evidence based practice and providing the highest quality care. Our appointments are all a minimum of 30 minutes of one on one time with your physiotherapist.

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CAZ YII (Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Caz completed her study at the University of Melbourne, graduating with a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physiotherapy degree with a Distinction.
Caz has 4 years of experience working as a Sports Trainer with the St Kevin’s Old Boys Football Club where she was able to treat a variety of injuries and work closely with the Under 19’s and Senior teams. Additionally, Caz has worked in the community setting with the AFL9’s, which encourages people over 35 years old to stay active and social.

Caz has an interest in working with all populations and is devoted to helping her clients achieve the best outcomes possible.

Outside of the clinic, Caz loves to cook and is known to host a good dinner party. She is passionate about living a healthy and active lifestyle, and enjoys long walks, running and going to the gym.

Available for physiotherapy appointments, Clinical Exercise 1:1 and classes and the G:LAD Program.

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FIONA SAMUEL (APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Fiona is an APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Certified Pilates Instructor. She completed a Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in early 2009, having previously studied a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science at Monash University.  In 2015 Fiona completed a Masters of Manual Therapy at the University of Western Australia. 

After initially working in a large hospital in Perth, Fiona returned to Melbourne in 2010 and has been working in private practice since. Her belief in Clinical Pilates to improve posture, strength and flexibility has led me to be an educator of APPI Pilates in Australia since 2012. 

In addition to these qualifications, she has completed a number of courses including Dry Needling (Level 1 & 2), Treatment of the Lumbar Spine and Pelvis (Level 1 & 2),  Mulligan Upper Quadrant (techniques for the neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand), and courses for the management of sporting hip, groin and knee injuries. Fiona has also undertaken an Introduction to Women's Health Physiotherapy course, allowing her to more effectively treat pregnant and post-natal women for a variety of conditions.

Outside of work Fiona enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, running, swimming and exploring in nature.

Available for physiotherapy appointments, Clinical Exercise 1:1 and classes.

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JESSIE MAYO (Sports Physiotherapist and  Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Jessie graduated with Honours from The University of Melbourne in 2007 and completed her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University in 2016. She is an APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist.


Jessie has had diverse physiotherapy experience; working in rehabilitation, private practice, within sporting teams, Aged Care and with school aged children. She has worked closely with school ski teams and rowing teams. Jessie competed in these sports herself at school and coached rowing after finishing school.


In 2013, she became a physiotherapist supporting the Olympic Winter Institute teams, starting with traveling with the Australian Snowboard Halfpipe and Boardercross teams. In 2014 she joined the Australian Aerial Ski Team as Team Physiotherapist, traveling  extensively with Australian winter sports including attending the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang.


Jessie then worked as a physiotherapist in the Athlete Village at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast before returning to Melbourne.

Jessie has a passion for working together with people to achieve the best outcomes possible and to keep moving.


Personally, Jessie loves to ski but day to day she likes to keep fit by running, bike riding and getting into the gym. She has completed triathlons, half marathons and a marathon. She is always looking for the next challenge.


  • Titled APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

  • Masters of Sports Physiotherapy

  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia (VIC) Committee member

  • ASCA Strength and Conditioning Level 1

  • Rowing Australia Network Physiotherapist

  • DMA Pilates Level 1 & 2

Available for physiotherapy appointments and Clinical Exercise/Pilates 1:1 and classes.

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