At Pondera we consider Remedial Massage Therapy & Myotherapy as an integral part of our service and care model. Our therapists work closely with our Physiotherapists to coordinate your treatment and provide the right mixture of remedial, deep tissue, sports or relaxation massage techniques. Myotherapy
We have 3 Remedial Therapists at Pondera:
Jo Badenhorst – Remedial Massage therapist
Jill Hinton – Remedial Massage therapist
Casey Hyde – Myotherapist
Current Massage timetable: appointments are available in between these times: (Appointments are generally 60 minutes, unless otherwise requested)
|Casey Hyde||Jo Badenhorst||Jill Hinton|
|Tuesday||3pm – 7pm||–||11am-7pm|
|Wednesday||4pm-7pm||9am – 12pm||10am-4pm|
|Thursday||–||2pm – 7:30pm||–|
|Friday||–||9am – 3pm||–|
|Saturday||10am-2pm||8am – 12pm|
Our therapist bios:
Casey has just move to Brisbane from Perth chasing her Paralympic dream to race in para triathlon in Tokyo. She holds an advanced diploma in Remedial Massage (Myotherapy) As a Myotherapist – Casey is qualified in myofascial release techniques, dry needling, taping, sports cupping, and trigger point therapy.
Casey has been working in the Myotherapy industry for 10 years. Her speciality area is sports and women’s health having previously worked previously work with the Tennis Open, AFL, Triathlon, ultra-marathon and cycling. Last year Casey was the first blind Australian female to race in an ironman triathlon in WA. In July she will be running in her first Marathon at the Gold Coast.
Casey’s companion and Pondera’s newest staff member is Bridget – her black English Labrador. Bridget supplied this bio:
Hi my name is Bridget, I am Casey’s guide dog. I am 4 years old and I am a black Labrador. Please don’t pat me when I have my harness on. Please don’t feed me as I am on a guide dog diet. I wait on my professional bean bag until Casey has finish work. I love tummy rubs and I am a great listener. My favourite hobbies when I’m off duty are – playing ball, swimming and searching for food.