Ebony is a qualified Myotherapist with specialised training in pre & postnatal care and over 12 years of experience in assessing and treating pregnant women. Ebony can help provide relief & education for a range of pregnancy-related musculoskeletal issues as well as help you prepare your body for labour and birth with safe and effective evidence-based practices.

Ebony is passionate about providing high-quality mother-centred care ad support whilst inspiring mothers to strongly prioritise their own healing, well-being, and personal growth.

Ebony initially started her career in Melbourne, having spent several years building up her own successful clinic, she relocated to Ballarat in 2017 to raise her family here.

When Ebony isn’t working at Acorn & Oak, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children getting out and about in nature for walks or camping.

Pregnancy & Postpartum Massage & Myotherapy

Musculoskeletal concerns:

Back and neck pain

Posture related aches and pains

Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI)

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Hip & pelvic girdle pain

De Quervain’s Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Joint pain (wrists, knees, ankles etc)

Education for:

Abdominal separation and muscle weakness

Advice on safe exercise through pregnancy and after giving birth

Active birth skills and preparation for labour

Return to activity advice

Postnatal mood disorders & baby blues

Stress, anxiety, and sleep impairments

Professional Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Midwifery- Currently completing
  • Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy
  • Advanced Diploma of Sports Therapy
  • Diploma Remedial Massage
  • A NurtureLife® Registered Practitioner of Pregnancy Massage
  • Practitioner of pregnancy massage
  • Certificate of pregnancy massage
  • Advanced workshop: Postnatal massage
  • Advanced workshop: partner training & massage for labour
  • Certificate in Dry Needling
  • Certificate Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage
  • Newborn Mothers Postpartum Professional
  • Supporting Women to Breastfeed-Australian College of Midwives
  • Postnatal Care-Australian College of Midwives
  • Pelvic Floors – Pregnancy and Beyond-Australian College of Midwives
  • Basic Skills in Perinatal Mental Health-COPE
  • Perinatal Mental Health-PANDA
  • Birth Trauma Training for Birth Workers by Dr Erin Bowe
  • Certificate Pregnancy Exercise for Optimal Outcomes
  • Certificate Post Pregnancy Exercise
  • Certificate Nutrition for Fertility, Pregnancy and Lactation

Professional Memberships:

  • AHPRA Registered Health Professional
  • Australian Natural Therapists Association
  • Doula Network Australia

To book an appointment with Kate please call us on 4343 2844 OR visit her website

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