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Jessie Zhang

PHILOSOPHY: “IN 10 SESSIONS YOU’LL FEEL A DIFFERENCE, IN 20 SESSIONS YOU’LL SEE THE DIFFERENCE AND IN 30 YOU”LL HAVE A NEW BODY!”

Jessie Zhang

Exercise Physiologist | Pilates Instructor

Jessie has joined AMS as an Exercise Sports Science Australia (ESSA) Accredited Exercise Physiologist as well as the resident Pilates Association Australasia (PAA) Clinical Pilates Instructor, recently relocated back from Beijing, where she owned and operated her own clinical pilates studio.

Jessie graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelors of Exercise Physiology and has been doing Pilates since the age of 16, where, after her university degree, Jessie decided to pursue a government certified qualification in Pilates. Utilising both areas of study, Jessie has treated various patient demographics including but not limited to pre/post natal women, neurological diseases and those with musculoskeletal conditions.

Jessie has worked in hospitals, gyms, clinical studios and retirement communities. At the age of 23 she was managing her own diverse portfolio of patients in exercise rehabilitation as a registered NDIS and Medicare health care provider as well as clientele in pilates instruction. Jessie is also a Buff Bones® trained provider, a medically-endorsed system of movement for bone and joint health.

From a young age Jessie has been active in sports from primary through to high school, participating in Independent Girls Schools Sports Association (IGSSA) every year and school term. She particularly enjoys playing netball and water-polo. With her love and extensive knowledge of movement and a keen eye for detail, Jessie aims to not only challenge clients but also bring balance and wellness to the mind and body. Jessie’s ultimate goal is to ensure that every one of her clients walks away amazed by what their bodies can do, having gained the maximum benefits from every session.

Jessie integrates a wide variety of techniques and uses evidence based exercise prescription to ensure optimal patient outcomes. Types of rehabilitation work include (but not limited to):

  • Shoulder rotator cuff injuries
  • Hip pathologies
  • Knee injuries
  • Spinal pathologies
  • Rehabilitation/training for specific sports
  • Postural correction
  • Pre/post natal exercise rehabilitation