Exercise in trust at Elsternwick physio and pilates centre

Posted: April 29, 2012 at 3:13 pm


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WHEN physiotherapist Lee Ajzenman quit her job at 28 and struck out on her own, it was a leap of faith.

Using most of her and husband Steves first-home savings establishing her new physio and pilates centre, the beginning was tough.

She held her nerve and three years later 600 patients a week go through Core Physio and Pilates in Elsternwick.

I really wanted to go out on my own and offer a service that didnt just treat injuries but the whole person, Ms Ajzenman said.

Core Physio and Pilates runs a physio clinic and pilates classes for all age groups from babies to octogenarians.

Ms Ajzenman, who lives in nearby McKinnon, has son Jamie, 13 months and a baby due in August.

Being a working mum was an adjustment.

I used to bring Jamie with me to the studio but he has just started in daycare.

It was hard (dropping him off) at the beginning when he cried.

But I have a lot of support.

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