Introducing Guy Agutter

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Guy has recently joined the Pinnacle team after completing his Masters of Physiotherapy Practice at Latrobe University in 2017. Originally from East Gippsland, Guy began his studies completing a Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science before pursuing Physiotherapy. Guy has a keen interest in sport and sporting injuries, growing up playing football, cricket and also obtaining his black belt in Taekwondo. During his studies he was employed as a personal trainer and as a sports trainer- both which have helped him develop his manual skills and an extensive exercise prescription knowledge to support his patient’s through all stages of their rehabilitation. Guy is a firm believer in Clinical Pilates and aims to take a holistic approach to reduce pain and allow an optimal return to function. In his spare time Guy loves to embrace all the peninsula has to offer, enjoying surfing and revelling in the local live music scene.

Guy is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).

Introducing Cee Heron, Physiotherapist

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We are very happy to have Cee joining our Dromana clinic.

Usanee (Cee) graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. Since then she has been working in different private practices on the Mornington Peninsula gaining exposure in assessing and managing various spinal related, pelvic and sport conditions.

Cee completed a Master in Continence and Women’s/Men’s health physiotherapy through Curtin University in 2016. Her special interests include managing pelvic floor disorders such as bladder and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and sexual/pelvic pain as well as low back pain.

Cee also works part time through Monash health as a Women’s and Men’s health physiotherapist and greatly enjoys working with Monash Children’s Paediatric Continence Clinic.

Cee has also completed further training in dry needling and clinical Pilates and has been teaching clinical Pilates since graduating. Away from work, Cee loves snowboarding, rock climbing and running.

Golf specific Pilates

Gear up for Golf with Pilates

Starting on Friday 13th October to Friday December 15th, at 11am for one fun hour with Amanda, Pilates Instructor.

The classes will focus on:

  • Warm-ups
  • Improving hip stability
  • Balance
  • Flexibility
  • Upper body rotation and strength
  • and much more!

Designed to help you on and off the green.

No previous Pilates experience is necessary

Bookings can be made on a casual week to week basis OR a discounted 10 pack session is available.  Contact (03)5981 8008 to register your interest with our reception staff or for further enquiries.


Staff Feature: Aisling Harris


We have been extremely lucky to have Ash join our team of rockstar Pilates instructors.

Aisling grew up on the East coast of Ireland and studied a Bachelor degree in Sports and Recreation Management in Glasgow University Scotland. She returned to Ireland to manage leisure centers on the east coast of Ireland. Aisling’s interest in sport and leisure began at secondary school, when she represented Ireland at netball and was a member of the State hockey team. She graduated with a NCEF (National Certificate in Exercise and Fitness) & ITEC (Qualification in line with the European qualifications framework, in sports therapy & personal training).

After suffering from a freak accident and breaking her hip, her interest became focused on pre- and rehabilitation with Pilates becoming her passion after experiencing the benefits first hand. Aisling graduated with the NCEHS National Qualification in Pilates Mat (Michael King Pilates) in 2004 and has been teaching ever since.

Aisling continued to train extensively with many other Pilates training providers, has graduated as a yoga instructor, YSS  (A Yoga Sports Science) coach, a GP exercise referral specialist, and a BASI (Body Arts Science International) Pilates instructor. She relocated to the west of Ireland for her love of surfing, yoga and Pilates and opened a Pilates studio.

Her experience includes, programs specifically for surf athletes, Iron man, Irish dancers, swimmers, GAA (Gaelic football) teams, older clients and clients who have been referred from Allied Health and medical practitioners with specific injuries.

Aisling relocated to Melbourne in 2013, is now a Level 4 APMA member and continues to share her passion for teaching Pilates and educating clients on how to apply what they learn in the studio to the every day things that they do, to obtain the benefits long term.