Daniela uses her unique combination of physiotherapy, pilates instruction and postural reeducation to help her clients reach their physical goals quickly. Using her training in Global Postural Reeducation, an innovative method of posture correction developed in France, Daniela enables her clients to develop the structural support and alignment needed for successful injury rehabilitation and prevention.
Daniela completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at FMU (Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas) in 2010 in Brazil. Afterwards she completed the GPR technique (Global Postural Reeducation) course and her Mat and Equipment Pilates course in Stott Pilates Canadian method. She has extensive experience and knowledge in posture and the prevention of postural injuries through strengthening and stretching muscles with Pilates. In 2015 she received her Physio Australian registration to practice at Pulse.
Pilates and LPF Instructor
Leila completed her bachelor in Physical Education at UNISA in Brazil in 2008. Since then she has worked as Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer. Her passion for her career encouragedher to keep studying in various others areas, such as body engine development, Personal Trainer at UNIFESP and Pilates at NANO PILATES STUDIO.
Leila started at Pulse in February/2016 and is currently on maternity leave.
Amanda was inspired to work as physiotherapist following many years of ballet and seeing dancers cope with their injuries. She places strong emphasis on manual treatment and her clinical experience includes many acute, traumatic, surgical and chronic conditions as well as sporting injuries and Clinical Pilates.
Amanda completed her bachelor in Physiotherapy at Universidade Nove de Julho in Brazil in 2009. She completed her post graduate degree in Manual Therapy and French Posturology in 2014.
Amanda started work at Pulse in August/2016 as Pilates Instructor.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Since 2014, Diana has provided relief to her patients by applying a combination of Swedish, Chinese and Korean massage techniques combined with a myofascial perspective to introduce change for soft and deep tissues. She became a qualified remedial massage therapist in 2016 and her studies of Health Science contribute to a deep understanding and proper care of chronic or sporadic muscular conditions. Through her experience in clinic and corporate settings, Diana’s treatment has become versatile and adapts to the unique physical state of each patient.
Diana started work at Pulse as a Remedial Massage Therapist in February 2017
Renee completed her degree in Biomedical Science in 2014 and PhD in Pharmacology in 2019 at Victoria University, Melbourne. Renee moved to Brisbane in 2019 and her passion for teaching and working with people has led her away from the lab to study a Masters of Teaching with ACU, Brisbane. Renee has had extensive experience in administration, mainly in the facility management area, but is excited to be working in the Allied Health field.