About Us

Serena Murphy


Physiotherapist Ba App Sc (Physio)

Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction Polestar

Polestar Pilates Mentor


Serena graduated from physiotherapy University of South Australia in 1998.  She has worked extensively in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurosurgical and neurological conditions.

She completed the Polestar Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction. Serena has completed GYROTONIC® movement method.  GYROTONIC® is a unique method of organising the body to help stretch and strengthen and increase body awareness.  She can also conduct a running assessment and  has completed Runity course.  She has completed Integrative Acupuncture Level 1 course for Physiotherapists.  Her interests are in rehabilitation, injury prevention and body awareness through movement. 

Serena invites you on a journey to develop breath, local muscle strength, dynamic lengthening, joint stability and postural awareness.  Let Physio and Pilates at the Bay create unique opportunities for learning how to breathe and move better, manage acute and chronic conditions and create self management strategies. 


GYROTONIC® is a registered trademark of Gyrotonic Sales Corp and is used with their permission.  




Brad Jamieson

Brad is a dual qualified Pilates instructor
Polestar Mentor
(STOTT matwork and Polestar Diploma of Pilates Instruction).

His introduction into the world of Pilates came in the mid-90′s when, as an elite level 400m runner, he began Pilates classes with a physio.

This was to help with a bad lower back that eventually saw him retire from competition, and also to help improve performance through better movement of his body.

Since then, he has taught many elite-level athletes and become a fully qualified Pilates Instructor.
He has a passion for getting people moving well- so people can recover from injuries; just feel better within their bodies; or strive to reach lofty athletic goals.

(Please note: None of Brad's Pilates sessions are claimable using Private Health rebates)






Is a mentor of Physio and Pilates at the Bay and was first exposed to Pilates while training at the Australian Ballet School in the early 90’s.  She no longer works at Physio and Pilates at the Bay. 

So impressed with the method’s ability to resolve her chronic foot injury she decided to train as a Pilates practitioner, doing so under the guidance of Dance Medicine Australia / Clinical Pilates. 

Since this time Kellie has trained in many styles of Pilates and most recently has been associated with Polestar Pilates (www.polestarpilates.com.au) of which she is an educator and mentor for Budding Pilates instructors.

Kellie holds principal level membership with the Pilates Alliance of Australasia (www.pilatesalliance.net) and has tertiary qualifications in dance, health and rehabilitation science and is also GYROTONIC® certified.