Bronwyn graduated from RMIT University after initially completing an Exercise and Sport Science degree from Deakin University. She has a nutrition and rehabilitation background and has worked with many sporting teams over the last 10 years – in particular coordinating a rowing program at Caulfield Grammar School and head trainer at Old Carey football club. She plays a variety of sports herself including netball and triathlons. Bronwyn understands the biomechanics of movement, posture and lifestyle on health and wellbeing. She is an avid “yogie”, has dry needling and cupping certificates and will be completing Pilate’s qualifications in the near future.
Bronwyn is also involved with an osteopathic program in India treating in one of Asia’s best orthopaedic hospitals alongside world renowned surgeons. This program is based in Mumbai and Goa, where she has been three times.
On weekends you’ll find her cheering on her Carlton blue boys at the MCG or hiking/cycling along Victoria’s best trails.