Meet Our Team


Dr. Katie Woolford


As the primary Osteopath since 2011, Dr. Katie Woolford has become a popular addition to the enta team. She is interested in treating a diverse range of musculoskeletal complaints, including headaches, biomechanical dysfunctions, spinal problems, wear and tear injuries and pregnancy-related pain. She aims to enhance treatment results by providing lifestyle and ergonomic advice to prevent further aggravation or injury. An enthusiastic and dedicated Osteopath, Katie thoroughly enjoys devoting her time to helping and educating patients to find an avenue to better health.

Dr. Mary Tassoulas


Mary has completed a Bachelor of Science and Master of Osteopathy at Victoria University. She enjoys treating a variety of different conditions, particualrly posture and occupation related complaints. She also has a keen interest in helping patients throughout their pregnancy. Mary is passionate about supporting her patients by finding the right tools for their individual needs. She incorporates rehabilitation and lifestyle adjustments to help patients achieve their goals.

Mary has further training in Dry Needling and Myofascial Cupping which she uses to compliment her hands-on osteopathic treatments. In addition to osteopathy, Mary has further training in Clinical Pilates in both mat-based and equipment exercises. She enjoys incorporating pilates into her treatment to suit individual needs, such as injury rehabilitation, posture strengthening and pregnancy pilates.

Dr. Sara Milovic


Dr. Sara Milovic graduated from Unitec New Zealand with a Master of Osteopathy degree, having completed her thesis on the use and effect of standing desks in the workplace. Through this investigation she gained a strong understanding of workplace injuries and postural related pain. Sara developed a passion for Osteopathy after she was recommended Osteopathic treatment for injuries experienced while playing high performance netball. As well as treating people of all ages and backgrounds, Sara has a special interest in women’s health and pregnancy related pain. Seeing the benefits of Osteopathy first hand, Sara is willing to go above and beyond to get her patients back on track.

Dr. Madeline Sherlock


(currently on maternity leave)

Dr. Madeline Sherlock joined the enta team in 2013. She treats a range of musculoskeletal conditions, regardless of age, type or mechanisms of injury. She is familiar with acute injuries as well as chronic aches and pains. Her areas of particular interest are women’s health, postural imbalances and Clinical Pilates. Madeline is passionate and always considerate to ensure the utmost care is provided. Her goal is to enable patients to reach their optimum health, including becoming pain free and returning to their pre-injury activities. She enjoys spending time on her own health and fitness and considers this to be an important aspect to being a worthy practitioner.

Remedial Massage & Myotherapy Team

Sue Hardstaff


Specialises in lymphatic drainage

Pina Gerace


Pria Batin



Zoe Johnson


Amelia Tierney




Belinda Sudano


Belinda is a registered clinical psychologist with the Australia Health Practitioners Regulation Agency. She has experience working in schools, hospitals and private psychology clinics. Belinda has worked with adolescents and adults presenting with a range of mental health and wellbeing concerns.  Her areas of interest include grief and loss, adjustments and transitions, stress and anxiety, depression, issues arising from infertility, and self-development. She also has a strong interest in Positive Psychology which is based on the science of strengths, well-being and flourishing.

Belinda recognises it can be difficult to take the first step in seeking support and draws on her warm, collaborative and authentic style, to help make that first step a bit less daunting.Belinda has a strong love of learning, and high commitment to professional development and has taken on additional studies since completing her postgraduate qualification. She draws on an eclectic range of evidence based psychological treatments including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness Based Practices and Positive Psychology. She is also experienced in developing and delivering training to teachers and staff on a range of psychological and wellbeing issues.


Rajdeep Kang


Radjeep is a Registered Acupuncturist and trained Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner with over 13 years experience. Having run her own practice in Braybrook, Radjeep recognises the value of Traditional Chinese Medicine with her patients. Her treatments include a combination of Acupuncture, Tuina, Gua Sha, Cupping and gentle Moxibustion as required for each unique treatment.

As Traditional Chinese Medicine is a holistic therapy, a combination of acupuncture, diet, exercise and lifestyle changes allow the body to achieve a harmonious state.

Radjeep has a special interest in improving women’s health, pain management, digestive health, stress and anxiety. Radjeep is also a qualified Counsellor.

Yoga & Pilates

Karen McKay


Karen is a member of Yoga Teachers Australia. Her qualifications include a Diploma of Classical Yoga – Australian College of Classical Yoga, Swami Shantananda , Melbourne and she is an accredited teacher of “The Knowing Flow”™ Vinyasa sequences. Karen enjoys teaching everyone from children to seniors. She is passionate about enabling everyone to experience the joy of yoga.

Chantelle Iacuone


Chantelle has been practicing yoga since 2002 and has been a registered teacher with the Yoga Alliance organization since 2014.

She is a devoted mama to two beautiful children, a yoga instructor and photographer.

Completing her training in 2013 as a Power yoga instructor, yoga has gifted Chantelle the courage to live her own truth, and she hopes to inspire her students to do the same.

Her goal as an instructor, is to invite her students to explore their own courage, truth and acceptance on the mat, so they can leave class inspired, therefore, mentally and physically stronger to face the struggles they may have in their own lives.

“How you respond to challenges on the mat, is how you respond to challenges off the mat. Through using our breath, observing ourselves, we find the courage to work through all we need, to live a life of freedom” Chantelle

Leena Davidson


Leena first discovered and became passionate about yoga in London in 1996. In 2000, she completed her Teachers’ Training Course at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre in California. Leena has travelled extensively over many years and studied with many teachers along the way. From Keith Hodiak Jones to Swami Sitaramananda, Ruth White, Sandra Sabatini and Fiona McGovern to mention but a few. As a result, she has explored various different forms of yoga which have strengthened her personal practice and helped shape her own personal style of teaching. More recently she has trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction which she weaves into her classes.

She had her own yoga studio in Nairn, in the north of Scotland where she ran classes and workshops. Since returning to Australia, she has been teaching Hatha classes that are inspired by the many teachings she has received over the years.

In recent years she has worked for the Business of yoga teaching corporate classes and at the Cancer Council of Victoria. She has also really enjoyed helping others through a series of yoga and meditation retreats.

Her current classes are a wonderful and therapeutic blend of asanas (postures), pranayama (breath work) and deep relaxation. Leena places a strong emphasis on the mind-body connection. She uses variations to suit different levels and abilities and mindfulness techniques to help calm the mind.

She teaches in a light and joyful manner and uses her energy and 18 years of yoga experience to help individuals feel inspired and to lift their spirits. She believes that yoga is a tool to heal and strengthen the body. It helps not only to build strength, flexibility and stamina but also to expand our awareness. Yoga builds a strong and clear sense of who we are and all that we’re capable of.