WINNIE (WING YEE) WU
Physiotherapist and Pilates trainer, APAM, IADMS, STOTT, FMS
Winnie attained her physiotherapy qualification from the University of Sydney and treats a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Her approach is evidence based and systematic. She loves to ensure knowledge and treatment is transparent between the patient and therapist.
Trained professionally in Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Latin Ballroom and Salsa, Winnie has a special interest in managing dance and sports injuries. As a member of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, she is very aware of the latest research in managing dance injuries.
Apart from working with dancers, Winnie has treated and taught members of the Sydney Swans and Cirque de Soleil to keep them strong for their sport. She has also helped many women through their different stages of pregnancies and reconditioning.
With a transparent and patient centered approach, she aims to empower her patients to be able to move with precision, fluidity, power and efficiency. Her treatments are structured and systematic.
Outside of clinic, Winnie likes to spend her time reading, hiking, studying buildings and designs.
Winnie started practicing Pilates in 2004 as a dancer, and has been teaching since 2010. She is trained with Stott Pilates and is one of the first few instructors certified to teach Xtend Barre in Australia in 2012. She has worked with exercise physiologists and is constantly inspired by the works of Ido Portal. She now incorporates all movement methods to form her core teaching.
Winnie is constantly attending further development courses to expand her repertoire. Her style of teaching is nurturing, patient and challenging.
She firmly believes Pilates is our long term solution for a lot physical problems that arise in our modern day bodies.