Tim Webster has a Physical Education Diploma from Loughborough University (UK). He is qualified with PD Warrior and Counterpunch for Parkinson’s and he is the author of the Parkinson’s for Exercise Professionals course. He is certified in Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase IV, Functional Rehabilitation and Exercise After Stroke (The ARNI Institute), Brain Fit for Life (Mental Acuity), Cognitive Rehabilitation after Mild Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis Pro and Adapted Tai Chi for Rehab. Tim is a featured writer in exercise industry publications.
Kris Tynan has a Physical Education Diploma from the University of Otago (NZ). She is qualified with the Functional Ageing Institute (FAI) in the US, Cancer United (UK), Exercise for the Management of Cancer (Edith Cowan, Australia) and Tai Chi for Arthritis and Health. She is the author of the LOFFA resource (Leading Older Adults in Functional Fitness Activity) and the Osteoporosis for Exercise Professionals course.
Julee Binns is a New Zealand Registered Physiotherapist with 30 years experience. She has extensive post-graduate training in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and women’s/pelvic health. Julee has a strong passion for Cancer Rehabilitation & has been a certified Oncology Rehabilitation Physiotherapist for 10 years. She is a certified Lymphoedema therapist and instructs group exercise classes for cancer patients. She volunteers as the Physiotherapist for the Canterbury Women’s Ice Hockey team and has worked previously with the National Women’s Ice Hockey team (Ice Fernz).