Georgina Morrow graduated with B. Physio (Deans Honours) at the University of Melbourne in 2003, partly completed at Lund University, Sweden. She then went on to work in hospital, rehabilitation, private practice and community health settings, while teaching at the School of Physiotherapy.
Since completing a 2-year Pilates internship in 2010-11, Georgie has implemented her Pilates skills in both private practice and community settings. Her classes have a personalised, goal-centred approach and she gets great pleasure from seeing people walking away smiling! She enjoys treating a range of musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiothoracic conditions, as well as balance training and women’s health.
Georgie also has a strong interest in preventative health, health promotion and public health. In 2008 Georgie co-founded Spokes in the Wheel, a not-for-profit providing recycled bicycles and bike education to children recently migrated from South Sudan. She has also been involved with health promotion for women in East Timor.
In 2013 Georgie completed a Masters of Public Health in Germany and she continues to lecture at the University of Melbourne. She also works as a senior orthopaedic Physiotherapist at Sandringham Hospital (Alfred Health). In her free time she loves learning languages, singing, hiking and playing tennis.
Georgie is an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and is available for individual and small group Pilates, balance and women’s health sessions at Richmond.