Monique Booth studied Myotherapy at RMIT and has been practicing as a Myotherapist in Geelong and along the Surfcoast for the past 5 years. In addition to her work at Latrobe Health Centre, she works with the Geelong Football Club and at the Bellarine Sports Medicine Centre.
Monique Booth is a practicing Myotherapist, who has worked in Geelong and along the Surfcoast for over 5 years. Monique studied a RMIT in 2010 and achieved a Diploma in Remedial Massage followed by an Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy. Her treatment covers a broad range of clients across all ages, including full-time desk-workers with poor posture, sore backs and headaches to athletes dealing with muscle tightness and those nagging sports injuries.
Monique has been profoundly involved in sport all her life, with a background in netball, swimming and competitive athletics, especially in sprinting and hurdles. At the height of her sporting career Monique was a National Champion in hurdles . Throughout her athletic career, Monique experienced first hand the impact Myotherapy had on injury prevention and especially aiding recovery through treatment and rehabilitation.
In the past Monique has worked alongside local sporting leagues such as East Geelong Little Athletics Club, The Geelong College coaching hurdles and aiding in injury prevention, The Geelong Football Umpire league and Grovedale and Torquay Football Club. Monique is also currently working part time at The Geelong Football Club, working closely with the medical team assisting with treatment and management of the players.
Monique no longer competes in Athletics but she keeps active, healthy and happy by continuously exercising, eating well and maintaining a good life balance.
Monique works three days a week in Geelong at The Latrobe Health Centre and two days a week in Drysdale at The Bellarine Sports Medicine Centre.