Village Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Shellharbour

Kaitlin Mott

Kaitlin graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation from the University of Wollongong in 2018. She is also a qualified Matwork Pilates instructor and soon to be Clinical Pilates instructor.

Kaitlin believes in exercise as medicine and has a keen interest in helping clients of all ages to achieve their goals. Kaitlin has experience in creating individual and group exercise programs for chronic disease management across a range of different conditions. She has a special interest in exercise for healthy ageing, mental health, neurological conditions and disabilities.

Kaitlin loves all things exercise and shares this joy of movement with her clients. She currently plays soccer and also enjoys oztag, running and the gym. Outside of Exercise Physiology Kaitlin loves spending time with her 2 dogs. She also enjoys camping, hiking and spending time at the beach. When she’s not outdoors she likes to
spend her time in the kitchen baking.

Kaitlin Mott

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