Danielle (Dani for short) completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011, at the University of Newcastle. Since that time she has worked in private practice.
Dani works particularly with pole dancers, aerialists, ballet dancers, cheerleaders, and gymnasts.
She has a few special interest areas, including hypermobility syndromes, overhead shoulder mechanics, foot and ankle injuries, pointe work for heels and ballet dancers, and core and lumbar mechanics.
Dani has been pole dancing for over 10 years and loves how she is able to combine her passion for pole dance with her love of physiotherapy. Her favourite part is helping her pole patients overcome their injury to finally achieve their dream pole goal!
Dani is super excited to join the Pole Physio team and share her pole knowledge with the world.
2011 Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Newcastle
2021 the Dancing Hip, and the Foot and Ankle in Sport and Dance Courses with Dr Sue Mayes from the Australian Ballet
2020 - 2021- Hanging Analysis of the Shoulder, Aerial Inversion Guide, Learning the Ropes Courses with Dr Emily Scherb (The Circus Doc)
2020 Aerial Inversions for All Course with Shannon McKenna (The Artist Athlete)
2020 -2021 L1 Teacher and Therapist Training, L2 Pointe Intensive and L2 Flexibility Intensive with Lisa Howell (Ballet Blog)
2019 Physiotherapy Management of Hypermobility Disorders- Natalie Bennet-Bremner, Kidz Clinic Physio
2021 - 2022 Pole & Aerials Instructor, G-Force Pole and Fitness
2014 - 2021 Pole Instructor, Booty Worx
Elite level Pole Dancer at G-Force Pole and Fitness
Competed at Dance Filthy, Sexy's Back & Hunter Valley Pole Perfection