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  • Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Breathing Re-training
  • Movement Psychotherapy
  • NDIS Psychotherapy



Zephyr Movement Clinic

1B / 30 Currumbin Creek Rd Currumbin Waters 4223

Physiotherapy Services

  • Holistic Injury Management
  • Breathing Re-training
  • Movement pattern training
  • Persistent Pain Education
  • Gym Visits
  • NDIS Physiotherapy

Our services are based in a knowledge of the nervous system and physiological breathing delivered in a way that is practical and easy to understand.


Clinical Hypnotherapy:
Enjoy the deep relaxation and peace of trance whilst we collaborate on re-wiring your subconscious. Trance is simply a relaxed state whilst still maintaining some alertness. In this state we might more easily access underlying thought patterns/beliefs which drive our conscious behaviours. 

Breathing Re-training:

Changing your breathing, changes your physiology. If you suffer from a heightened nervous system, breathing re-training may be a gentle way of improving your ability to transition between nervous system states. 

​Intuitive counselling:

Changing perspective can initiate, motivate and encourage healing. Gaining a greater understanding of self, our relationships and our nervous system response can promote change in our lives.

Breath-focused approach

​Integrated Injury Management:

Whether you have a persistent injury in your trunk, have persistent pain or generally want to learn how to use your breath to move more efficiently this service may be for you. Our muscles have to balance between our demand for breathing and postural support. In this way, we can use our breath to facilitate movement and vice versa.


Try lifting your arms whilst holding your breath vs inhaling as you lift your arms. Perhaps your arms feel heavier when you hold your breath? This is an example of facilitating breath coupled movement. ​


Over-breathing can contribute to many health concerns. Breathing re-training guides the body toward efficient and physiological breathing. Prior to your appointment, we ask that you increase your awareness of your symptoms by reading through this questionnaire and marking down frequency and presence of symptoms that may be related to over breathing.

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