All for One brings together a team of the best healthcare professionals in their field encompassing Physiotherapy, Psychology, Nutrition, Massage, Pilates, Yoga, Meditation/Mindfulness and Spin. By bringing this inspiring team together under one roof we are able to ensure clear communication and collaboration to create a personalised and highly effective plan for each individual, ensuring the best possible outcomes for you.expand to read all +
Our mission is to provide holistic evidence-based healthcare to enable our clients to treat their injuries and pain through movement, mindfulness, healthy diets and healthy lifestyles rather than medications and surgery.
At All for One we know that you cannot have physical health without mental health and vice versa. We also know that healthcare should be preventative rather than reactive.
We offer a range of membership options to access our Pilates, Yoga, Spin, Meditation, Spin, Circuit and Boxing classes. We believe the best benefits come from moving your body in different ways and listening to what your body needs. Some days you want to strengthen in Pilates, some days you want to stretch in Yoga, other day’s you need a good sweat in Spin and sometimes after a long stressful day you just need to sit and meditate.
All for One goes beyond a clinical and fitness studio but serves as a community hub. The friendly staff are always up for a chat, with the sincere desire to help you feel at home and make your experience both positive and rewarding. We care about every single person who enters our doors and practice kindness and compassion to all. All for One will celebrate all your wins and your highs together and be here for when you need support to lift you through your lows.
We are All for You.
Experts in their field, specialists in holistic health
Mika is a fully qualified remedial massage therapist registered with Massage & Myotherapy Australia.
Mika has been working as a massage therapist for the last eight years both in Australia and Japan. Mika provide’s various techniques in remedial and relaxation massage incorporating Shiatsu and Deep tissue techniques in her sessions.
Mika also specialises in pregnancy massage and has extensive experience in this area. She is always able to find a comfortable position for you and massage away all those pregnancy aches and pains. (She can also teach you a few techniques to get your partner to do at home!)
Electra Tomasino is an accredited Psychologist (Organisational) who works with individuals and teams everyday to help them thrive and live a more meaningful life. She works predominantly with individuals who want to go from good to great.
Through her work as a Psychologist in industries including AFL, Government, Corporate and Not-for-profit, along with her own business experience founding Heal.thy Self Café in Yarraville and SOS Café in South Yarra, she utilises both her science-based knowledge and hands-on business experience during her sessions.
Her crusade is to work at the intersection of wellbeing, leadership & performance to help people become unstuck and find their true purpose.
If you’re feeling a bit flat, looking to get on top of an issue or simply looking for your next challenge, book in a session today.
Gemma sees being proactive and consistent movement of the body as being imperative to supporting life long health and wellness and As a previous gymnastics coach, Gemma has always loved assisting people to build strength and confidence through movement.An inner west local, Gemma is particularly passionate about supporting women in the pre and post natal care after becoming a mum to two busy toddlers, Ava and Charlotte.When not joining in on classes at All For One, Gemma loves family adventures to the beach and going on walks with friends.
Richard is the founder and principal physiotherapist at All for One.
With over 10 years experience he has a passion for treating chronic pain and helping people along their path to positive outcomes. He find’s the most enjoyment from being a physio in seeing people return to the sports and activities they love and may have thought they would never get back to.
Richard has experience with everyone from athletes to office workers and treats using a combination of hands on manual therapy, exercise, Clinical Pilates and education.
Outside of work Richard enjoys surfing, reading, travelling and spending time with friends and family (especially his pup Remy who is usually with him in the studio)
Sarah is a fully qualified Pilates and Barre instructor.
Her Pilates philosophy is simple; move to feel good and move mindfully. Her love of Pilates took hold when she recognised the positive impact it had on her own pain management and became fascinated with how small adjustments create entirely different experiences in the body. She believes in tuning in to meet the body where it’s at every day and shares this passion generously in class.Sarah’s primary focus is to facilitate clients in finding a deep strength and connection by bringing awareness to the detail in each and every movement.You can expect to giggle, be challenged, enjoy great playlists and walk out with perky glutes!
Elisa started her Pilates journey with classical Pilates Power New York and later with Covatech Pilates for all equipment and a more clinical approach. (This includes cadillac, chair, reformer, big barrel and mat Pilates).
Elisa is truly passionate about Pilates. She believes that it’s a great way to find the right balance physically and mentally as well as overall health through proper posture and a conscious use of the muscle.
Elisa started Pilates over 13 years ago, after subsequently developing arthritis on her right hip and pilates became part of her daily routine.
During these years Elisa’s passion for the discipline grew, exploring and learning different approaches to Pilates and she has worked in Italy, Sydney, Dubai and London.
She not only believes, but is a true example of how Pilates is really helpful in understanding how to use the correct muscles during normal day life and builds strength that ultimately prevents injury.
I first discovered Pilates by accident looking for a low impact way to workout while working through a shoulder injury. I immediately feel in love with the way my body responded to Pilates not only physically but also mentally. I never realised how challenging it was. I soon developed a love for Pilates and soon decided to become an instructor with Breathe Education.
I’d describe my classes to be a dynamic, challenging whole body workout, while having fun and enjoying that break from the outside world.
When I’m not teaching I love to travel, head down to the beach, or catching up with friends and family.
The best part of being an instructor is seeing how Pilates can make a difference in everyday life, the small improvements add up and the mind and body will love you for it.
Originally from the Riverina, I will forever be a country girl at heart. I was very much into sports throughout my school years but dancing was my greatest passion and carried into University where I studied to become a Radiation Therapist. It was at University where I first discovered Pilates, attending mat Pilates classes on the Uni gym floor to complement my dancing. Once I hung up my dancing shoes I took up endurance sports, which has taught me some incredible life lessons, the biggest one being that whilst you may need to adjust your plans from time to time, you should never give up, adversity makes us stronger. I’ve been teaching Pilates for 4 years and currently balance working in a busy radiation oncology department by day, teaching Pilates in the evening and training for whatever event I have on the calendar. My passion is empowering people to realise they are capable of so much more than they give themselves credit for.
Realizing that fitness was becoming a massive part of her life after her knee healed and overcoming her fear of getting back into dance classes, she decided to get her PT qualification.
Outside of the studio, she’s a horror film and musical theatre enthusiast who enjoys cold winter nights and great Melbourne coffee.
Caz has always maintained a lifelong love for health and wellness, making her a valuable asset to the All For One family as she is able to combine her passion for health and wellness with strong interpersonal and customer service skills attained throughout her 25 year journey in running her own businesses in the retail and beauty industry.
Caroline is a passionate family woman and mother of two boys Jackson and Harrison. Outside of work Caz loves spending her spare time being outdoors in the country and at the beach.She loves all things creative and interior design.
Caroline has begun a certificate in meditation and counselling which she is currently completing to further her qualifications within the health and wellness sector.
Sahar is a certified Reformer and Matwork Pilates instructor. She also holds a Cert III in Fitness, currently she is completing Cert IV in Personal training.
Sahar was first introduced to Pilates in 2012 whilst suffering from Fibromyalgia which had been an ongoing battle for more than two years. Fibromyalgia is a group of conditions that cause general pain and muscle stiffness in more than one part of the body and can include extreme fatigue and lack of sleep. There is no cure, it can only be managed.
Upon commencing Pilates, Sahar noticed an instant improvement in her sleeping patterns and wellbeing. In addition, Pilates assisted in strength building which in turn enabled her to lead a happy and pain-free life that has been ongoing since. Her positive experiences in this space encouraged her to pursue a career in the fitness industry with Pilates at the forefront.
She is now following her passion and has devoted her life to sharing this great gift with more and more individuals each and every day. Sahar is extremely motivated and takes great pride in being a positive influence on clients and encourage them to become their best self through exercise of both mind and body.
Jemma is a yoga teacher who incorporates beautiful Vedic philosophy and stories into her flowing yoga classes. India is her second home, and it is here that she first studied yoga over 10 years ago. She then went on to complete a Bachelor of Sanskrit at La Trobe University with a focus on translating the enchanting stories of the Srimad Bhagavatam and other key yoga texts. It is from this platform that she teaches, seeing all the branches of the yoga system as feeding into one central understanding. Jemma’s classes balance flow with strength, healing with regeneration, and an emphasis on the student stepping into their own space of power and fulfillment.
Jean studied at the University of Melbourne and University of Otago before starting her career in private practice in 2019.
She loves being a Physiotherapist and has experience with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, vestibular issues, concussion rehabilitation and neurorehabilitation.
She is a keen aerialist outside of work and is always keen to treat other aerialists, pole dancers and circus disciplines.When she’s not hanging upside down, she can usually be found in the kitchen making (and eating) something delicious and is always looking for new recommendations on where to eat or drink!
Julia began practising yoga as an aid for reducing stress and anxiety. Through these explorations, she felt compelled to delve deeper; to find more of the equilibrated state of being she experienced, by inviting yogic practises and teachings into her daily life. Yoga had greatly supported Julia throughout her pregnancy, and this, along with her experience as a school teacher, energises a particular passion for holding space and educating pregnant women on the benefits of yoga, empowering them to trust their bodies and innate capabilities.
The power of a supportive community is at the core of Julia’s beliefs, particularly as an educator. She encourages collaboration, co-learning and the building of strong interpersonal connections in serving both individual and collective wellbeing.
Julia’s training and qualifications includes: 450hrs Yoga Teacher (350hr Advanced Diploma Yoga Teacher; 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher; and 50hr Pre and Postnatal Yoga Teacher); Reiki Practitioner (Levels 1, 2, 3A); Bachelor of Adult Learning and Development, and a Master of Education.
Saara has been an avid lover and practitioner of all physical movement, wellness and yoga most of her adult life and transitioned further towards yoga, yoga philosophy and yoga teaching around 10 years ago.
Saara loves all disciplines of yoga from the dynamic, strong and instructional to the vinyasa, intuitive and invitational.
Saara teaches strong flows with workshops on arm balances and inversions, vinyasa and slow flow as well as yin and restorative yoga and meditation. You can expect variety of asana’s, laughter and vulnerability as well as a delicious blend of breath, movement, strength and self- inquiry.
Jackson came to personal training through his own journey from being twenty five kilograms overweight with recurring hip and back pain. Through resistance training he found an avenue to explore and correct his postural issues while building muscle and reducing body fat.
As a result of his own path, he’s gained a passion for promoting functional movements, posture assessment and correction and simply helping clients move as freely as possible during their everyday lives.
Jackson’s training style is that of a teacher and guide. He likes to combine an up beat, positive and intense workout with a strong focus on maintaining correct posture through a session.
Bec completed her Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Science at Melbourne University. Bec is an energetic and passionate physio who loves to work closely with her patients to help them achieve their health and fitness goals. Bec takes a holistic approach to the management of her patients and loves combining hands on techniques, education and exercise in her management plans. Bec strongly believes in the importance of taking an active approach in your rehabilitation and will provide guidance and motivation to empower you to not only recover from injury, but to prevent recurrence allowing you to stay active and healthy.
Bec is the go-to for managing vertigo, dizziness and balance disorders, along with special interests in pre/post natal care and arthritis. Bec has completed Clinical Pilates training through APPI and is a qualified GLA:D (Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark) instructor.
In her spare time, Bec loves to play netball and hang out with her dachshund puppy Snickers.
Looking for a change of scenery, she moved to Australia to complete her Doctor of Physiotherapy training at the University of Melbourne.Allison has worked in a number of different settings and can draw on these diverse experiences when treating patients. She strongly believes in a holistic and preventative approach to physiotherapy and is guided by the statement: ‘everything is connected and everything matters.’ Allison will work together with her patients to help them achieve their long-term goals and foster the self-efficacy to maintain an active lifestyle.
Allison has experience treating a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, everything from neck pain all the way down to ankle sprains, and is particularly passionate about helping patients get back to higher-level athletics and fitness goals. Being an avid runner herself, she is keen to help other runners and athletes manage their problems and prevent recurrences.
Outside of the studio, Allison enjoys taking care of her growing collection of houseplants, going on long walks along the Merri Creek, and experimenting with vegan baking recipes.
Catherine holds a Master of Nutrition & Dietetics and Bachelor of Exercise Science from Griffith University. She is a passionate Dietitian on a mission to support people in improving their relationship with food and movement through developing balanced and sustainable lifestyle habits.
Catherine brings over 10 years in developing and implementing personalised health and wellness plans for a variety of issues including gut health, IBS, Pre/post natal, Conception, weight management, nutritional deficiencies, vegan or specific diets and medical conditions such as diabetes and other systemic conditions.
She enjoys helping individuals navigate the scientific evidence around healthy eating to nourish their body, create positive change, achieve their goals and feel their best on a daily basis.
In her spare time you’ll find Catherine growing veggies, chasing the sun at a beach, enjoying a restaurant, exploring nature or cooking a feast for friends.
Since completing his 350 hour diploma, David has gone on to complete further training in Yin Yoga and Functional Anatomy (50hr), Myofascial Release (55hr), and Yoga for Athletes (25hr), among other workshops and short courses. The more he learns, the deeper his thirst is to discover more about all aspects of the practice: physical, mental and spiritual.
Morgane is a passionate and enthusiastic physio who loves working closely with her patients to help them achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. She takes a holistic approach and combines hands-on techniques combined with exercise and education in her management plan and is passionate about providing you the tools to prevent injury recurrence as well as be confident in managing your own condition.
Morgane has worked in numerous different settings, but her main focus has been sports physio, working with multiple footy teams in NZ and volunteering with several different teams during her studies. However, her expertise isn’t limited to just sports players as she worked in a musculoskeletal clinic with a very varied clientele. She has experience with all musculoskeletal conditions, from acute ankle sprains to pre and post surgical rehab; experience with managing concussions; has completed dry needling training through PAANZ; completed her ICIR level 2 for acute pitch side injury management.Morgane is originally from New Zealand, where she grew up in the beautiful Bay of Plenty, studied a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Otago down south and has spent the last 2.5 years living and working in the sunny Hawkes Bay (NZ’s wine country!). Looking for a change from quiet New Zealand, Morgane had always had intentions of moving to Melbourne once she had finished her studies and had a bit of experience under her belt.
In her spare time, Morgane is a bit of a foodie, frequenting the markets, cooking, and going out to new restaurants with friends, she enjoys exploring the city and heading to exhibitions, going for walks and heading to yoga and in summer loves getting out to the beach for a swim or a paddle!