168 Karrinyup Road 
Karrinyup WA 6018
Monday - Friday: 7:30am to 7:00pm
Saturdays: 7:30 - 1:00pm

P (08) 9341 3020

E admin@wellness-centre.com.au

It is health that is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.

Mahatma Gandhi.

Our Massage Therapists

VeronicaPlejVeronica Plej

Veronica is a mother of two beautiful children. After experiencing first-hand the benefits of both Remedial Massage and Craniosacral therapy during pregnancy, birth and post-natal recovery she was inspired and passionate about this holistic approach to treating pain and dysfunction.

Veronica holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science and a Diploma in Remedial Massage. She has completed extensive study in Manual Therapy Craniosacral Therapy and Somato Emotional Release. She has vast experience in a wide variety of massage techniques including Aromatherapy, Myofascial, Deep Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage, Sports /Rehabilitation, Craniosacral, Somatoemotional Release and Reflexology. She is also a certified Infant Massage Instructor. Veronica has been fortunate enough to work as a remedial therapist in clinical practices throughout Australia and Europe. She has also spent several years working at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in all areas and most recently in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

Veronica is an energetic, caring person who is passionate about helping individuals and families obtain the most out of life, recognising the importance of a multifaceted approach to health from as early as possible following birth and pre-conception in future parents.

Leigh-AnneHunterLeigh-Ann Hunter

Leigh-Ann has been a qualified massage therapist for a very long time but became quite serious about massage in the last ten years. Having experienced many different types of bodywork and enjoyed all the benefits of massage therapy, Leigh-Ann wanted to learn herself. The more Leigh-Ann has learnt about massage and the human body, the more she wants to know.

Leigh-Ann’s journey with massage is ongoing. She believes that experience is vital as every body is different and people always respond in different ways. This can also be influenced by many other factors in a client’s life. Leigh-Ann encourages people to try different types of massage and therapists to find out what works best for them. She continues to learn from her numerous clients and grow as a much loved and valued massage therapist at Karrinyup Wellness Centre.

Leigh-Ann finds massage therapy extremely rewarding and her experience is that her clients will usually experience benefits straight after receiving therapy. She enjoys learning new techniques or different ways to approach certain issues and finds it exciting and challenging as every client is different. Leigh-Ann’s main passion is the realignment of the body and therefore the reinforcement of the mind-body connection.

RaeleneClarkRaelene Clark

Raelene began her myotherapy journey 27 years ago when she landed her dream job as trainee myotherapist at Myomed. She was paid to learn myotherapy from America’s leading practitioners. To be comparable to American myotherapy standards she then undertook an undergraduate degree in Human Biology and Molecular Genetics to become a Medical Scientist. Her extensive training means she now has two qualifications, Myotherapist and Scientist.

Since finishing her studies she has worked as a therapist, taught at university, been an educator in myofascial pain and become a mum to two beautiful girls, Mia and Michelle. She has studied pharmaceuticals, completed a Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship through Adelaide University and is currently studying a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Raelene specialises in pain of the jaw, face and neck and chronic headaches. She has recently added vocal unloading to her skill set which involves releasing all of the muscles around the throat to facilitate voice production!