Trish graduated as a Physiotherapist from Cumberland College of Health Sciences, University of Sydney in 1996.
After a year working at Royal North Shore Hospital, Trish worked in England for 2 years in both musculoskeletal and rehabilitation settings.
It was in England where Trish developed her interest in sports physiotherapy, attending numerous movement dysfunction control courses. This inspired her transition from traditional musculoskeletal physiotherapy into Pilates, and functional movement control.
Upon returning to Sydney in 2000, Trish has worked extensively in sports physiotherapy, being team physiotherapist for Gordon Rugby Club (Colts:2000, 2001) and Grammer School( Rugby/soccer, 2002) and currently Manly Warringah Netball Association (2003-current). NTT communications (2009) and RICOH Black Rams (2010) as Pilates physiotherapist in the Japanese Top League.
After completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2003 at the University of Sydney, Trish has been working as a qualified Pilates instructor for the last 8 years specialising in both preventative and therapeutic exercise.
Trish is married and has 4 boys, Samuel, William, Flynn and Oliver.