Lisa Anthony

Lisa has been a physiotherapist for 30 years. Lisa is a Dr. LJ Lee ConnectTherapy™ Certified Practitioner. This advanced, whole-body, whole-person assessment is used to determine the region causing the non-optimal experience of her patients.  

Since 1998 Lisa has trained extensively in the Pilates Method. She holds an Advanced Diploma of the Pilates Method.  She presents on-going education workshops nationally and internationally.

Pain-free movement, healthy movement patterns and body resilience to re-injury are Lisa’s goals for her clients.

  • BAppSc (Physiotherapy)
  • Dr.LJ Lee ConnectTherapy™ Certified Practitioner
  • Diploma Prof Pilates Practice
  • Adv Dip Pilates Method
  • Certified Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Practitioner
  • ConnectTherapy™ Series Graduate
  • Cert IV TAE
  • Oov Level 1,2 and 3 Certified
  • MAPA
  • Member Pilates Alliance Australasia (Principal Trainer)



Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson has been a Physiotherapist for over 35 years. He has dedicated the majority of this time to focusing on musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has a wealth of experience in sports injuries, including having been a physiotherapist for the Socceroos. Andrew also concentrates on lower back, thoracic and neck problems, alleviates headache and knee and shoulder pain.

Andrew’s many years of experience and excellent assessment skills allow him to find a solution to pain and dysfunction as quickly and effectively as possible, using a variety of treatment techniques. Andrew has trained in muscle energy techniques, craniosacral therapy, Mulligan techniques, Dr. LJ Lee’s Thoracic Ring Approach™ and many other modalities. Andrew has also trained in Clinical Pilates. He uses this knowledge to prescribe specific exercises to help his clients prevent a recurrence of pain and injury.

Andrew regularly undertakes further education to continually improve his level of care and prides himself on his reputation as a kind,  caring and highly- skilled physiotherapist.

  • BAppSc (Physiotherapy)
  • Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association



Rebekah Reid

Rebekah is originally from Scotland where she trained as a professional ballet dancer. She then had a decade long ballet career working as a Soloist in companies around the world. Rebekah has been practising Pilates since she was 15 years old integrating the method in with her ballet training. It has helped her maintain general health, well- being, and rehabilitated her through injuries such as twisted ankles and bulging discs.

After finishing her ballet career Rebekah received her Pilates Training in London with Alan Herdman who was the first Pilates teacher from the UK to train in New York at Joseph Pilates Studio in the 1970s. She worked under him in his mentorship programme. She trained on all Pilates equipment as well as studying the Classical Pilates repertoire and Pilates for Rehabilitation. Rebekah also holds her ballet teaching Diploma with Royal Academy of Dance.

Most recently she has been spending the majority of her time looking after her 2 year old and 9month old little girls. She has been teaching mat and equipment classes, including pre-and post- natal, part-time around the Central Coast.

Rebekah teaches on Saturdays at Central Coast Pilates.

  • Alan Herdman Pilates Training London
  • Diploma with Royal Academy of Dance