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At Mind Heart Body Centre we believe in addressing the causative factors contributing to your problem and not just the area of pain. Our common goal is YOU - working together as a team within our clinic, as well as your other treating health professionals, to achieve the best possible outcomes for you. We aim to improve the well-being of your mind, heart and body so you are more connected and grounded and are better equipped to face the challenges in your day-to-day life. In need of treatments in physiotherapy, Pilates and meditation in Sydney? Look no further than Mind Heart Body Centre in Artarmon.
We understand that with pain and discomfort there are often other factors such as nutrition, mental, emotional and social stress that enter into the equation when treating you. Any of these factors will influence the others and often by addressing one, will have a positive flow on effect to decrease the effect of others. Ultimately we aim to help you balance your mind, heart and body to achieve optimum health and happiness.
Pei-Jiun Cheah is an experienced physiotherapist, certified Pilates Instructor for Rehabilitation, and Polestar Pilates mentor who specialises her practice in movement and dance and the intricate play between flexibility and stability. Her physiotherapy working experience extends from assessing and treating post-operative clients both on land and in a hydrotherapy pool, pre and post natal clients, clients with sporting injuries, spinal issues, arthritic and osteoporotic conditions to full time ballet dancers. Her passion for treating the person as a whole comes from her own personal injury experiences. Whilst growing up, Pei-Jiun has always been very active, playing basketball, volleyball, dancing ballet. As a result she has had various injuries and understands the importance of treating not only the physical body, but also addressing mental and emotional states to achieve your highest performance goals.
When Pei-Jiun is not attending courses or working, you will find her horse riding, stand up paddle boarding, indoor rock climbing, dancing salsa or ballet, playing the piano or meditating.
Mind Heart Body Centre now specialises in many areas of physiotherapy, Pilates and meditation in Sydney and are ready to help you feel and look your best.
Pei-Jiun's special interests:
Cathleen is a physiotherapist who graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2014. She has undertaken a Polestar Pilates rehabilitation course in 2012. Throughout her degree, Cathleen has completed placements where she worked in a musculoskeletal setting treating clients with sporting, acute and chronic injuries and those who have undergone orthopaedic surgeries, at a spinal cord rehabilitation centre, working with paediatrics through to adults with spinal cord injuries, and in ICU/wards treating patients for mainly cardiorespiratory conditions. Cathleen’s main interest lies in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, looking at the whole body to find and treat injuries and working with paediatrics, assessing a child’s motor functions and incorporating fun but targeted activities to help improve their condition.
Outside of work Cathleen enjoys exploring Sydney’s eateries, playing tennis, swimming, horse riding, stand up paddle boarding, skiing, reading and playing the violin.
Cathleen’s special interests:
Roser is a physiotherapist from Barcelona who has been living in Sydney for over 1 year working as a nanny. Not only does she enjoy looking after children but she also really cares about people's health and their well-being. Due to her background as a physiotherapist, she has extensive knowledge about health pathologies and their possible treatments. She is a positive and encouraging person and likes feeling helpful.
Roser is currently training to run a half marathon for two main reasons: to keep fit and healthy and to achieve an important personal goal.
When she is not working, she enjoys Vinyasa Flow Yoga, playing volleyball, colouring, listening to good music and going to concerts.
Emily is nearing the completion of a Master of Public Health at The University of Sydney. Emily is a track and field athlete, competing in sprints at a national level. Her strong passion for health and wellbeing, as well as her sporting endeavours, means that she understands the importance of physiotherapy and correct biomechanics for an optimally functioning body in preventing injuries.
Aside from her training, university and working life, Emily enjoys exploring new places, travelling, catching up with friends and spending time with family.
Katya is currently in her final year at the University of NSW, College of Fine Arts studying to be a High School Visual Arts teacher. Since she was a teenager she has always had an interest in anatomy and the way the human body moves and functions. Her interest developed over the years as a result of her having a few sporting injuries and seeing physiotherapists for treatment.
When Katya isn’t at university or working she likes to spend time at the beach, stand up paddle boarding, catching up with friends, drinking coffee and visiting art galleries.