Mimi was first introduced to chiropractic at age 11 by a chiropractor family friend who helped resolve her chronic headaches. Over the years she saw many others experience a range of positive health benefits through adjustments. After a car accident as a teenager resulting in a fractured spine and pelvis Mimi realised the importance of proactive, holistic health care. She became inspired to follow a career that could empower people to improve their level of health and give them faith in their bodies ability to heal and function.
After studying at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic she returned home to Queensland to practice, eventually moving to Alice Springs in 2018. Mimi has completed her basic Yoga teacher training and incorporates this with her clients as well as teaching some beginner classes. She has also done further training in kinesiology, pediatrics, pregnancy and cranial adjusting.
In her spare time Mimi enjoys getting outdoors to go camping and hiking. She has a keen passion for food and is always experimenting with healthy, delicious recipes.
Originally from Queensland Amy has fallen for the NT and is here to stay! She believes the importance of empowering people with knowledge to understand their body. While most seek care for a range of conditions and complaints, Amy also provides care beyond symptoms to improve both health and performance of others.
After studying at CQ University Amy practiced in Mackay Queensland and spent a year abroad in Canada, before moving to Alice Springs in 2021. She enjoys providing care to people at any stage of life and has an interest in women’s and children’s holistic health. Utilising a combination of low force, cranial and soft tissue techniques, she understands the importance of working with the body to achieve an optimal outcome.
Outside the studio Amy is a multi-project hobbyist and photographer, who enjoys outdoor adventures.