She blends contemporary knowledge of human movement with yoga and mindfulness to help people flourish in their lives. Georgie provides embodied and experiential training that brings research findings into the clinical setting to assist people with physical and emotional pain to heal and thrive. As a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, yoga and mindfulness teacher, Georgie has extensive training and experience in working with people with pain individually and in group settings. Since her early days as a therapist Georgie has searched for ways that address the complexity of pain as a deeply personal and complex lived experience. She offers an integrated approach guided by physiology, psychology and neuroscience, her personal practice and research-based knowledge of yoga and mindfulness and the courageous stories of thousands of people with pain.
Georgie wishes to contribute to a proactive society that fosters health and wellbeing. She is grateful to be offering training programs for therapists that ignite their inner capacity to guide others in a way that is practical, compassionate and wise. She offers a range of courses including MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction), Positive Neuroplasticity and Preventing Chronicity and has teaching contracts at Flinders University and University of South Australia.