Natasha Sneddon


Natasha Sneddon is a PHYSIOTHERAPIST and CLINICAL PILATES INSTRUCTOR who holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with First Class Honours from Monash University. In 2021, Natasha is embarking on her journey to complete the Master’s of Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University. She works at both Physiosports Brighton and Pursue Health Highett and is the current Head Physiotherapist for the Old Mentone Football Club and Old Brighton Grammarian’s Women’s team. She is also currently the Pilates coach for a group of Australia’s top distance runners from Melbourne Track Club, some of which are current Australian record holders and olympic athletes.

Natasha is an ex Australian Rhythmic Gymnast and keen runner, currently sponsored by Nike as part of a training collaboration with Tempo Journal. She is passionate about coaching group based Physiotherapy exercise classes and strength and conditioning (S&C), where she is able to share her experience as a high level athlete and encourage good movement patterning. She is also qualified in delivering the world class GLA:D Program for the management of Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis.

Natasha has worked as a team Physiotherapist for various sporting teams including; NAB AFL Academy U18s, Old Brighton Grammarians Football Club, Old Mentone Football Club, Bayside Triathlon Club, Yarra Tri Club and Melbourne Track Club.

Natasha has a special interest in the management of sporting injuries related to AFL, running and triathlon and looks forward to helping you to get back on track with your personal and sporting goals.

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