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!)
Gemma brings to All for One a wealth of experience across a range of settings including Private Practice, Clinical Pilates and Hospital Physiotherapy.
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)
Britney started her own fitness journey after sustaining a knee injury in one of her Pole Dancing classes. After having to work from scratch to build her strength back up in her legs, she became more focused on getting physically and mentally stronger and healthier and developed an appreciation for her own body and what it’s able to do.
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.
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.
Jean is training in Clinical Pilates and uses this in the treatment of a range of conditions as well as running Prenatal Pilates and Mums + Bubs classes.
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!
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.
Allison is originally from the U.S. where she grew up in New Jersey, studied Kinesiology and Exercise Science at college in Virginia, and worked under world-renowned physical therapists in New York City.
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 the 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 loves working together with her patients to help them achieve their long-term goals and foster the self-efficacy to maintain an active lifestyle.
While Allison has experience treating a wide range of musculoskeletal issues from the neck all the way down to ankle sprains, she’s passionate about helping her patients get back to higher-level athletics and fitness goals. Being an avid runner herself, she’s particularly keen to help other runners and athletes manage injuries and improve performance. She’s completed further education in running retraining and the management and prevention of running injuries to provide the best possible care for her patients.
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.
Holly’s passion for fitness and wellness was brought about by her competitive dance upbringing, which turned into a professional career.
She starting taking Pilates classes initially to treat an injury in 2016 and fell in love with way it makes your body feel.
After years of taking classes in Pilates and Barre she completed her training and teaching certification with Barre Body Australia and has spent the past 5 years teaching a variety of styles to all ages.
Her goal is always to bring a fun energy to classes, in addition to that serious burn. She is excited to bring Barre to All For One and recommends it to anyone who feels like a strength and cardio challenge that keeps you on your toes (literally)! It’s the ultimate feel good sweat sesh!
Matthew has been practicing yoga for more than half his life, ever since he chose it for school sport in Year 10!
Since then, his love for the discipline has only grown; it’s something that culminates many of his core values and passions, including mental/physical health, creativity and kinship with the self and others.
After years of developing his practice, he was fortunate to formalise his passion by completing a 350-hour teacher-training with the renowned Australian Yoga Academy. This rich, educational experience formed the foundation from which he has since branched out into the teaching world.
His teaching style blends both yang and yin energy, with a focus on building strong foundations, so his students can enjoy the sensation of ease that comes from a solid base in one’s practice.
He is competent in teaching all skill levels, from complete beginners to lifelong yogis.
It’s his hope that sharing yoga with others can bring about positive change on both an individual and community level.
Naomi has been teaching movement for 5 years & taking Pilates herself for over 12 years. Originally from a classical ballet background, she comes to her classes with an eye for technique to ensure efficient, effective and safe movement for clients of all levels. With a passion for holistic wellbeing, she aim’s for her clients to not only improve their physical wellbeing but their mental/emotional wellbeing by fostering a safe, inclusive and community-like environment within each session. Beware though, she’s not afraid to take you to your limits through a strong yet balanced class that will see you walk out feeling strong, energised and ready to take on the next part of your day.
When not teaching, Naomi spends her time enjoy good food (and wine), dancing and showing photos of her French bulldogs to anyone that will listen.
Lauren is a lifelong mover, starting her movement career as a child dancer on stage and television in Los Angeles at the age 8. Lauren attended the prestigious Los Angeles County High School For the Arts where she graduated with honours as a dance major. Lauren was granted a scholarship to attend The Alvin Ailey American Dance School in New York City, she then studied with Merce Cunningham and his company before his passing. Lauren’s mentors were always focused on movement with the greatest integrity. She was extremely fortunate to have Pilates integrated as a part of her studies and practice from very early in her career. A disc herniation led to end the of her professional performance career, but rehabilitation through pilates, gave her the ability to avoid surgery and continue with limited performing.
After the birth of her son, Lauren looked to Pilates as her way to reconnect with her new body. This led to a deep dive and eventual enrolment to complete an advanced Diploma in Contemporary Pilates (all apparatus) with a Cert IV in Pilates Teaching Methodology and Reformer. Expanding upon her vast movement knowledge and finding a way to help others discover and connect with their bodies has been the most rewarding journey of her life.
Lauren’s classes are based in tradition and fundamentals, but with the spirit of movement, getting your body moving from the inside out and carrying that strength and power with you in your day to day activities and interactions with the world. She believes Pilates to be a foundation for transformation in both mind and body and its practise is a full body meditation.
Lauren is also a passionate music lover and is never taking life or her Pilates practise too seriously, enjoyment is key in all things worth doing. She is always happy to share a laugh or maybe just a photo of her blue heeler cross corgi or her husband’s amazing astrophotography.
Jose Garcia is a full time Pilates and Fitness instructors: as a Pilates instructor, Jose is a Pilates Second Generation by Lolita San Miguel, comprehensively trained Pilates instructor by Pilates International Training Centre (PilatesITC) Australia, and Stott, also a Pilates Teacher Trainer for Elirx School of Pilates in Australia; and as a Fitness instructor, Jose is a fitness trainer, and currently he is in his third year of Bachelor of Exercise Science (Clinical Practice) at Victoria University.
Jose really believes that Pilates and Fitness is for everyone, so he travels the world (Brazil, Colombia, Los Angles, Miami, Hong Kong, Sydney and Melbourne) teaching Pilates and Fitness. Movement is one of his passions. His other passion is teaching people of all ages and levels of fitness and seeing their faces of his participants when they have an ‘aha’ moment, because for the first time an exercise or movement made sense to them.
In his spare time Jose enjoys running with the goal of running his first Marathon late this year.
Jose’s motor can be summed up in three words: ‘Teach, Strength and Stretch’
Since completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree in sunny Brisbane, Naiha has gained a plethora of experience in her 10 year private practice career here in Melbourne. She is skilled at treating a diverse range of musculoskeletal, sports and persistent pain conditions. However she has a particular interest in treating conditions of the neck and jaw, mid and lower back, as well as the hip and pelvis.
With DMA and APPI Pilates qualifications in addition to ASCA Strength and Conditioning Qualification, Naiha combines her extensive knowledge of exercise rehabilitation with a hands-on approach. She has completed further training in Dry Needling, Women’s Health and Nervous System Dysregulation.
Naiha targets her treatment towards the individual, not just the injury, and considers the client’s goals, lifestyle, hobbies and personality when developing a treatment plan. She believes your mental health is equally as important as your physical health. Her genuine care and holistic approach is a sure-fire combination to helping you get to the best version of yourself.
Outside of her passion for Physiotherapy, you will find Naiha trying to keep warm on the running track, at the beach or on hikes, or embracing the winter chill by hitting the ski slops. Life is about balance though, so make sure to pass on any food and wine recommendations.
Celia’s love for movement began at a young age as a dancer at the age of 3. Most of her training has been in Classical Ballet, then Contemporary in her later years as she completed her Bachelor of Dance at Deakin University, working as a contemporary dance artist for 5 years around Melbourne.
Her teaching journey began in 2011 as a Classical Ballet teacher, where her interest in anatomy and how the body works was really ignited. She became a Barre instructor in 2015 and a fully qualified Mat and Reformer Pilates instructor in 2016. Celia is always looking to challenge herself academically and professionally and is currently studying Physiotherapy (Honours) at La Trobe University to graduate in 2024.
As a teacher, Celia loves connecting with her clients, getting to know them and having a laugh. She also loves to take any opportunity to educate her clients about their wonderful bodies and promote an environment that is empowering, accessible and welcoming.
Liza is a fully qualified remedial massage therapist registered with Massage & Myotherapy Australia. She is also a trainer for a national college for students in Diploma of Remedial Massage.
She has also acquired qualification and expertise in the areas of dry needling, acupressure massage, lymphatic drainage, cupping, hot stone therapy, pregnancy massage, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massage and aromatherapy. Her treatment is based on a combination of different techniques according to needs of the clients.
Liza is very passionate in using the different techniques in the relief of aches and pains relating to muscles, tendons and fascia. In her spare time, Liza enjoys acquiring knowledge about healing, travelling and spending time with her family.
I decided to become a personal trainer when I noticed physical and mental changes to myself as a result of exercising and working out consistently every week.
Nothing brings me more joy than seeing individuals improve their way of life by becoming better and stronger versions of themselves. This is why I wanted to turn that passion into a career, helping others.
I love working with clients to achieve their goals, particularly those who may not have been confident using equipment or havn’t exercised for a while, just like I used to be!
My hobbies include socializing and watching sports.
Kasey started out in the wellness industry in 2017 as a personal trainer. She fell in love with Reformer Pilates and the way it can be adjusted to suit all ages and fitness levels. She became qualified as a Pilates instructor shortly after and has never looked back. Her aim is that clients have a laugh, feel comfortable, challenge themselves, move their body freely and reach their full potential in the process. She wants you walking out of the class on a high every time.
I am lucky enough to say I have grown up doing Pilates. My mum had all the old Marie Windsor Pilates DVDs and we did them religiously.
Since then I’ve seen how Pilates has helped family and friends through injuries (myself included) and give them their confidence to move again in the funnest way possible.
And that’s why I became an instructor. I wanted to help show others how amazing movement and Pilates is, not just for the body but for the mind also.
Our bodies are so much stronger and capable than we often give it credit and I love watching clients gain that strength and confidence within themselves.
Id say I’m a very empathetic and energetic instructor. I always aim to make my classes feel inclusive, layered (so you can move at your pace and how you feel that day), challenging and most of all fun!
Sometimes you might leave buggered but you should always leave smiling and with a sense of accomplishment.
Forever curious about the mind and body I bring a holistic approach to massage that blends clinical knowledge with artistic intuition to create individual treatments for clients physical and spiritual wellbeing.
I’ve been trained in relaxation, remedial, deep tissue, myofascial release, muscle energy and positional release techniques, sports massage, trigger point therapy, pregnancy, aromatherapy, cupping, reflexology and currently undertaking further training in Myotherapy and energy work to help further assist emotional and physical ailments and injuries. I create a grounding and peaceful environment that is respectful to all walks of life and I am very excited to begin my journey empowering others through massage at All For One.
Paul is a passionate physiotherapist having over 7 years’ experience in musculoskeletal practice.
Paul is from New Zealand and graduated from Auckland University with a Bachelor’s in Physiotherapy. Paul has been the lead physiotherapist for rugby teams in Auckland and has worked with recreational and elite athletes alike and enjoys sports injury management and assessing and treating various musculoskeletal impairments.He has a special interest in strength and conditioning, post-operative shoulder, and knee rehabilitation.
Paul has a multi-faceted and holistic approach to his treatment plans and empowers his patients to achieve successful outcomes through close collaboration. “Believing in the science of healing and the art of caring” is a philosophy that Paul strongly believes in and bases his practice on.
Outside of work, Paul enjoys spending time with his family and has two young kids Zachary and Isabella. He enjoys the great outdoors and can often be found running after his toddler at the beach.
After working in marketing in the fashion and beauty industries for the past 25+ years, Daniela is excited to be shifting gears into the wellness field. Daniela is a true Yarraville local, having lived in the area for 14 years. She is always happy to provide tips for where to find the best local breakfast or chai so be sure to ask! A mother of two children and one cavoodle, she believes self-care should start young and encourages her children to practice yoga and mindfulness, and to listen to their growing bodies’ needs. With one child with Type 1 Diabetes, Daniela is also passionate about nutrition, cooking and making family happy and healthy with great food.
Freya graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of
Health Science from La Trobe University in Melbourne in 2016. She also
has both matwork and reformer Pilates certifications through Unite
Health and DMA Clinical Pilates.
With extensive experience gained from working across private
musculoskeletal settings in both Sydney and Melbourne for the past 7
years, it was here that Freya discovered her passion for clinical Pilates
and the intricacies and benefits of movement-based rehabilitation.
Freya loves the concept that everyone can and is a firm believer that
everyone SHOULD do Pilates. She has taught small group clinical,
private sessions, ante and post-natal classes and also fitness Pilates
classes on both the mat and the reformer. Her diverse teaching
approach has expanded her repertoire to incorporate elements of
mobility, control, stability and strength, ensuring a personalized and
holistic Pilates experience for her clients.
Freya thoroughly enjoys encouraging people to get their body moving
even if they are new to exercise, or high-level athletes returning to their
sport of choice- ultimately inspiring her clients to reach their highest
functional capacity. Her passion for movement is not limited to her
professional life; she actively participates in regular Pilates classes and
long-distance running, but also balances this out with her love for eating
delicious food and drinking champagne!
Freya’s expertise involves utilising biomechanical assessments to
facilitate the appropriate treatment for her clients, including but not
limited to; dry needling, soft tissue release, manual therapy and exercise
based rehabilitation and education. She has a keen interest in neck pain
and postural strain, lower back pain, running injuries and pre- and post-
natal Pilates. She especially enjoys encouraging people to activate
muscles they didn’t even know they had!
Falling in love with Chinese Medicine through her own gut health journey, Ivana is an experienced, compassionate and skilled acupuncturist who works with a variety of patients through digestive health, pain conditions, mental health and women’s health concerns including fertility, IVF support as well as pregnancy, pre and post partum care.
She trained as a Chinese Medicine practitioner through a 5-year program at RMIT University as well as a mentorship under highly experienced practitioners in Melbourne. She also obtained a scholarship to intern under prominent TCM doctors in Chengdu China.
Ivana thrives on being attuned to her clients needs, caring communication and working closely with them to resolve their health concerns and achieve better wellbeing.
Ivana is fully registered under:
-AACMA (Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association)
-AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)