Dr. Evan Sgammotta

Chiropractor & Co-Founder/Director

Dr. Evan was introduced to Chiropractic at an early age of 10 years old. He was inspired how you can treat the body with just your hands and soon realised he had found his passion.

Dr. Evan graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science, followed by a further 2 years with a Master of Chiropractic.

Evan realised that there is more than just a physical side to pain, becoming certified in 2016 in the practice of N.E.T. after undertaking studies in Australia and the USA. Dr Evan’s cutting edge techniques provide a holistically considered treatment delivered with a gentle, calm and efficient approach.

He focuses his treatments on examining the whole body rather than just on the symptoms being experienced.

Techniques Evan commonly use include:

Thompson Technique (Drop Piece with table)
Diversified Manual Adjustments
Neuro-Emotional Technique (N.E.T)
Arthostim (Quantum Neurology)
Dry Needling
Soft Tissue Release

Dr. Gina Martins


Dr. Gina Martins is a mother of two, Chiropractor, writer and speaker. She brings with her more than 20 years of Chiropractic experience and a passion for living consciously. She is known for her honest and thought provoking approach to educating families on the principles of wellness. Gina believes that through structural, nutritional and emotional adjustments, people become more balanced and connected. Her aim is to encourage and empower others to make better lifestyle choices. Gina has further interests in preconception care, pregnancy and paediatrics.

Gina graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1992 and a Master of Chiropractic Degree in 1995. She continued her accreditation in Chiropractic techniques including:

-Applied Kinesiology (AK)
-Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT)
-Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET)
-Retained Neonatal Reflexes (RNR)

Other manual and low force techniques include Diversified, Drop-Piece/Thompson and Activator.

In addition to her work as a practitioner, Gina has lectured at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies for 3 years and was head supervisor at their Student Clinic. Gina has been actively involved in the International College of Applied Kinesiologists as a board member for 6 years, holding the position of Registrar and then being elected to the position of Secretary. Current memberships include:

-Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (CAA)
– Chiropractic Australia (CA)
– International College of Applied Kinesiologists (ICAK)
– Sacro Occipital Technic Organisation Australasia (SOTOA).

Dr. Natalie Hope


Dr. Natalie is a passionate and dynamic Chiropractor, who incorporates a tailored multimodal approach to her treatment.

After completing a Bachelors in Health Science at Sydney University, and a Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University, Dr. Natalie continued to expand her study in functional movement and Neuro Emotional technique (NET).

With an interest in Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation as well as looking at the emotional impacts across physiological dysfunction, Dr. Natalie takes a holistic approach in addressing the causation and treatment of a clients injuries.

Dr. Natalie utilises Diversified, TPT, Flexion-Distraction, Gonstead, Dry Needling and Soft Tissue Release techniques in her treatments.

Dr Aimee Hobbs


Dr Aimee is passionate about leading individuals towards healing, vitality, and balance. Her chiropractic path began at 15, after a dance injury, where she experienced the transformative effect of chiropractic care on her recovery and wellbeing.

Acknowledging the unique impact of life’s stressors on each individual, she emphasises chiropractic’s role in supporting the spine, brain, and nervous system to promote internal harmony and resilience. Dr Aimee’s holistic approach examines the connection between physical health, lifestyle choices, and emotional wellbeing to uncover the root causes of health concerns.

Dr Aimee employs gentle and effective techniques, including Diversified, Drop Table, Thompson, and Activator methods, and has further specialised in Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT).

Dr Aimee is committed to empowering you to achieve your healthiest, happiest life naturally, whether you’re seeking discomfort relief, mobility enhancement, or a deeper level of wellness.

Melanie Tri


Melanie has a particular interest in sports, long term athlete development, and functional rehabilitation. She is passionate about making hard to reach fitness and rehab goals attainable for people of all ages and activity levels.

Her in clinic approach is hands-on and movement focused with the use of techniques including: soft tissue and myo-fascial release, joint mobilisation and manipulation, Dry Needling, Muscle Energy Technique (MET), movement pattern correction, and exercise programming.

Melanie completed her Master’s of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney and also has an Honours Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Kinesiology from McMaster University. She is currently completing her Master’s of Sports Medicine at the University of Melbourne.

She works with Cricket NSW as the Physiotherapist for the Female Pathways Program. In the past she has also worked with the NSW Institute of Sport as the Physiotherapy coordinator for the Hockey and Netball programs. She was the physiotherapist for a number of other sport teams including: The Australian Junior Men’s Hockey Team, Canada Raven’s Rugby League, Hockey NSW Waratahs & Arrows, Netball NSW U19s, Gymnastics NSW, and the NSW women’s rugby in the inaugural year of the Super W competition.

Emily Jeuniewic

Paediatric and Women's Health Physiotherapist

With 11 years of experience in public health across Victoria, NSW, QLD, and the UK (NHS), Emily has specialised in women’s health, paediatrics, critical care, and cardiorespiratory specialties.

Driven by a holistic approach that considers whole body systems, Emily aims to provide comprehensive care for her patients. She is passionate about addressing the gaps in services and knowledge surrounding women’s health throughout different life stages as well as men’s pelvic health concerns. Emily also has a passion for treating adolescent pelvic health support and for treating the LGBTQIA+ community.

With an understanding of the complexities involved in women’s health issues and a commitment to utilising her expertise to support individuals through their unique healthcare journeys, Emily is dedicated to helping her clients achieve their full health potential.

Sophie-Louise Clarke


Fuelled by a fascination with movement and the human body’s capacity for healing and optimisation, Sophie embarked on her path to Physiotherapy at Ulster University in the U.K. There, she completed an undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy followed by a Master’s in Sports Medicine.

As a passionate player of Gaelic football and Camogie, Sophie brings a unique sporting perspective to her practice, coupled with a commitment to empowering clients of all abilities. She understands the challenges and demands that daily life, exercise, and training at all levels place on the body, as well as the most practical and effective methods for rehabilitation and repair.

Sophie’s focus is on delivering personalised care that promotes long term health and mobility. Her approach combines a genuine passion for helping clients alleviate pain and injuries with a commitment to assisting athletes in reaching their peak performance.

Alison How


Alison is a passionate and focused physiotherapist with an interest in functional rehabilitation for both athletes and recreational sport and exercise clients. She has a distinct passion in knee and ankle injuries and strives to create long term achievable rehab goals with each individual. 

Alison is an Australian Physiotherapy Association member with a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology from the University of New South Wales. She is also a Level 1 ASCA Strength and Conditioning Coach and has completed her Professional Diploma in Strength and Conditioning from the Barca Innovation Hub. 

Her clinical approach couples both exercise and manual therapy with techniques including soft tissue release, joint mobilisations, dry needling and exercise and movement pattern corrections.  Alison has worked as a Physiotherapist with many professional sporting teams across Sydney, and currently works with the University of NSW Nationals Sports Team. 

Noella Green

Exercise Physiologist, Exercise Scientist & Nutritionist

Beginning her journey as a professional Rugby Union player for both Australia and the NSW Waratahs, Noella transitioned her passion for sports into a 15-year clinical career as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Exercise Scientist and Registered Nutritionist. Completing her studies at James Cook University, she has worked across the rehab spectrum from Sydney Adventist Hospital’s cardiac rehabilitation unit to the Wests Tigers NRL team.

Noella’s clinical expertise encompasses functional rehabilitation for a range of conditions, from joint injuries to metabolic syndromes. Her dedication to women’s health led her to specialise in pregnancy and postpartum exercise and nutrition programming, understanding the intricate role of female sex hormones in relation to physical activity and rehabilitation. As a Nutritionist, Noella offers tailored nutrition assessments and programs, with a special emphasis on supporting female athletes.

Being a new mum herself, Noella understands the importance of maintaining a strong and healthy body and mindset. She’s an esteemed member of the Australian Institute of Sports industry reference group for the Female Performance and Health Initiative and an ambassador for their research program to develop best practice guidelines to support pregnancy in elite sport. Through her work, Noella aims to empower individuals to embrace physical activity as a form of self-care, ensuring they and their families lead healthier lives.

Danielle Delaney


For more than 25 years, Danielle has been deeply interested in natural medicine and the concept of using food as a form of medicine. Her travels to Fiji, Bali, and Vanuatu exposed her to various local plant remedies and medicinal foods used to treat a wide range of medical conditions.

This sparked her desire to pursue a career in the field of natural medicine, leading her to complete an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy at the Nature Care College in Sydney in 2005, followed by a Bachelor of Health Science in Complementary Medicine at Charles Sturt University.

Since 2011, Danielle has been practicing as a Naturopath and is devoted to identifying and treating the underlying causes of diseases using natural remedies, which restores balance to the body, mind, and spirit. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Health at UTS to continue her education in the field of natural medicine.

Tammy Shemesh

Clinical Nutritionist & Prenatal Yoga Teacher

Tammy Shemesh is a clinical nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine) and is an accredited member of the Australian Natural Therapists Association.

She has a special interest in fertility and preconception care for both partners and supporting women through pregnancy and postpartum. After recently navigating pregnancy and postpartum herself, Tammy understands the challenges mothers often face, and uses an individualised approach to help them regain their health, energy and vitality.

While Tammy believes in the power of food as medicine, she does not advocate one specific way of eating, rather she helps clients to become their own nutritional expert. In the clinic, Tammy uses pathology testing to scientifically assess the clients specific requirements and provide an optimal treatment plan designed to deliver their desired health outcomes.

Tammy is also a 1000hr certified fertility and prenatal yoga teacher, and also teaches mums and bubs yoga classes. She also works as an Eating Psychology Health Coach and has worked with women and teens in private eating disorder clinics.

Yu Zhang (Joseph)

Acupuncturist / Herbalist / TCM

Yu Zhang (Joseph) decided from a young age that he wanted to master the arts of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) after suffering a severe chronic illness at just 6 months of age. He was treated and cured of his illness by a TCM practitioner which inspired his growth into the field in China and now in Australia.

Joseph obtained a bachelor degree of health Science in TCM from Chengdu University TCM in 1994 and later became a national registered acupuncturist upon relocating to Australia in 2001. To compliment his treatments Joseph went on to obtain a degree in Herbal dispensary.

With over 15 years of experience practicing in Sydney, he has developed a broad understanding of the treatment of illnesses and diseases from chronic coughs and insomnia, to menopause complications. Joseph believes in a holistic approach to treatment, and is accredited in massage which he is able to apply in consultations.

Stephen Magoulias

Remedial Massage Therapist + Reiki Practitioner

Initially drawn to massage therapy from an interest in human anatomy and how the body works, Stephen is passionate about helping people with pain, range of motion and alleviating stress and anxiety, in addition to supporting his patients to connect more deeply with themselves. 

With an intuitive nature and a sense that there is a deeper connection between ones spiritual and emotional state and their physical body, Stephen sought out the practice of reiki in order to help his clients spiritually and emotionally.

Stephen specialises in deep tissue massage, treatment of pain and pain management, alleviating tension, trigger point therapy, increasing range of movement and his gentle and healing modality of reiki. His caring and empathetic nature means he can tune in and detect any areas of concern, allowing his patients to feel more balanced, relaxed and tension free. 

Laura Calderini

Remedial Massage Therapist + Craniosacral Therapist

Laura’s passion for treating the mind and body in a holistic way led her to travel through India and Thailand, studying both Western and Eastern Traditions and their approaches to massage therapy.

This experience has formed the basis for which Laura approaches her treatment, with a deep respect for the natural healing abilities of the body through relaxation and holistic support.

With this, Laura’s treatments are grounded in her education and training, with a focus on physical, emotional and spiritual support in order to balance the mind, calm the body and facilitate the body’s natural healing processes.

Approaching each patient and their concerns on an individual level, Laura’s treatments are fully tailored and will leave you feeling calm, grounded and supported.

Cristina Silvera

Remedial Massage Therapist

Cristina is a natural healer. She tailors her treatments to each client’s needs, drawing on her intuition, empathy, and knowledge of natural healing methods. She helps her clients connect with their bodies wisdom to achieve their health goals.

For 20 years, Cristina has been a Remedial Massage Therapist, which she considers one of her greatest joys in life.

Cristina is a highly trained, knowledgeable and skilful professional. But her greatest asset is her genuine care for others.

The initial assessment begins by selecting techniques that suit your needs, including relaxation, remedial, sports, deep tissue, lymphatic drainage and zen shiatsu. She will address your concerns during the final reassessment and will work with you to achieve your health goals.

Body reading, sound therapy and meridian therapy are often used in her sessions to help clients discover connections between the physical and emotional. These techniques have proven helpful at many levels, and are available to you if you desire.

Darinka Marun

Remedial Massage Therapist

Darinka Marun brings over ten years of experience in bodywork and massage. Her unique approach to healing combines a variety of techniques, including Remedial Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Ka Huna & Lomi Lomi, Craniosacral Therapy, Abdominal Massage, and Vedic counselling.

Her educational journey encompasses a Diploma of Remedial Massage, extensive training in Kahuna Bodywork and Massage Therapy, Chi Nei Tsang, and a profound exploration of Vedic Astrology under Komilla Sutton, resulting in a deep understanding of Jyotish. Darinka is also a certified Hatha Yoga instructor, which complements her holistic healing practice.

Darinka is dedicated to offering insights and guidance to individuals seeking to uncover their path and purpose in life, facilitating greater clarity and direction through her treatments.

Sara Paglia

Stretch Therapist

Sara’s journey into health and wellness began from to her own struggles with a complex scoliosis condition, where she found only limited relief through traditional medicine. This personal challenge led Sara to explore more holistic solutions, ultimately guiding her to a career where she could help others achieve better physical and emotional wellbeing.

With an interest in pursing healing through movement, Sara studied Stretch Therapy, gaining a certification in Level 1 and 2 focusing on the benefits of assisted stretching, and is currently completing a certification in Personal Training.

In her treatment, Sara utilises a variety of techniques, including Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), trigger point therapy, and activation & mobility exercises, to improve her clients’ recovery, flexibility, mobility, and performance. Her treatment addresses both physical and emotional stress release, alleviating bodily tension, and calming energy of clients, having an impact on everything from overall health to notable improvements in sleep.

Leanne Magoulias

Emotional DNA practitioner/ Medium

Leanne Magoulias is a DNA Emotional Practitioner, with over 25 years of experience healing ancestral inherited emotions.

Leanne has medium abilities that she uses to communicate with those who have crossed over for the purposes of the healing. She works with people who need assistance with emotional issues, such as anxiety, depression, phobias, relationship breakdowns, parenting issues, past-life regression, corporate counselling and reiki.

Leanne run’s Super Sessions with Evan Sgammotta and Emotional Healings.

Amy Giuliano

Movement Director + Samvahan Healer

Amy’s yoga and meditation classes are accessible, inspiring and lighthearted. Her passion for movement is enriched by her fascination with how our physical anatomy resides with the energetic.

She is continually exploring the links between how we move and how we heal. Her classes infuse traditional yoga practices with functional movement, to offer education in the physical as well as the more subtle aspects of the Self (breath, meditation, mindfulness, energy). 

Amy’s diverse knowledge has come from extensive studies in yoga, anatomy, meditation, energetic healing and women’s health. She is a proud brand ambassador for Lululemon, a featured yoga teacher on Lyndi Cohen’s online ‘Back to Basic’s program’, and a regular yoga and meditation presenter for corporate events. 

She practices a Himalayan vibrational energy technique, Samvahan, to enrich people’s lives, rebalance the nervous system, and provide practical tools to live a happier, healthier life. 

Agilene De Villa

Pilates Teacher

Agilene’s passion for health and fitness started at university, where she studied health science and journalism. This led her to work as a journalist for Women’s Health in Australia and the UK. As part of her role, she would trial and review various fitness studios around London, and it was at a boutique reformer studio in Chelsea that Agilene first fell in love with pilates.

She completed her reformer and mat training with Breathe Education in 2017, and has added prenatal and barre to her repertoire. Music is an integral part of Agilene’s classes – she believes we can all use music to heighten our movement experience, and challenge us to take our practice that little bit further. Today, Agilene works a 9-to-5 corporate job in digital marketing, and finds teaching pilates the perfect way to achieve work-life balance.

Myles Sgammotta

Director & Co-founder

Inspired by the impact living a healthy and active lifestyle had on his upbringing, Myles knew he wanted to share the benefits of looking after your physical and emotional health with the community.

With a background in business and a Degree in Commerce from the University of Sydney, Myles was able to grow a successful business at the age of 23, suppling products to over 5,000 major supermarkets and bottle shops across Australia. During this time, Myles was able to learn very quickly what it took to maintain a thriving business, as well as prioritising his mental and physical health.

Leaning more heavily into the modalities of yoga, meditation, and structural services like chiropractic and physiotherapy, Myles recognised the importance of maintaining a balance of the physical and emotional body in order to function optimally.

Myles and his brother Evan decided it was time to make these services more accessible for the community through the conception of Selph. A very much ‘behind the scenes’ member of Selph, Myles now ensures the studio runs smoothly day-to-day from a business, finance and logistics perspective.