Gitta Wright

Gitta Wright

About Me – Gitta Wright

I am Swiss-German and live permanently in Australia since December 2003. I worked in various rehabilitation clinics in Switzerland and have a wide range of experience in the different fields of rehabilitation. My original overseas-qualification is not recognised in Australia.

Since February 2004 I have been working as a Soft Tissue Therapist and Personal Trainer in Perth. As a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS), I am recognised for Remedial Massage Therapy.  Health Fund contributions are therefore available from most funds.

My philosophy is simple – Get the client better

There are many roads which lead to a better health and combining whatever technique and advice is necessary to benefit my client’s condition is my main focus. In recent years I have developed a very unique approach to improve the well-being of my clients and my original education and training now only serve me as a background knowledge. Natural remedies and a holistic approach are currently the main focus of my work.

My Education

1989: ‘PHYSIOTHERAPEUT’– Degree in Germany (degree not recognised in Australia)
1992: Manual Lymphatic Drainage (Vodder Method) in Switzerland
1992: AFAA Aerobics Instructor Course In Switzerland
1994: SAFS Fitball Instructor in Switzerland
1997: POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA in my original overseas qualification from 1989 at the University of South Australia
2004: Master Personal Trainer AIF (WA, Australia)
2005: Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management at Curtin University (WA, Australia)
2009 until now: Education as a Polestar Pilates Instructor specialising in rehabilitation

2017: Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling, Murdoch University (WA, Australia)

Training Courses – History in Switzerland

  • Specialized courses for the treatment of scoliosis, postural education and back education instruction
  • Ongoing courses for Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Therapy (USA and Australia)
  • Special Treatment for Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Various Courses for Manual Therapy (Maitland Method)
  • Courses for Mobilisation of the Nervous System (Butler)
  • Clinical Reasoning Training