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Who We Are And What We Do

About MJN Clinical Myotherapy

MJN Clinical Myotherapy was commenced in 2011 by Ms Emily Pryor. Emily is a qualified Clinical Myotherapist having completed her Bachelor of Health Science – Clinical Myotherapy Degree at Australia’s leading Myotherapy school, the Southern School of Natural Therapies in Melbourne.

Emily has built MJN Clinical Myotherapy to be a clinic that she believes is devoted to servicing its patients in an holistic individualised and passionate way.

MJN and its Myotherapists pride themselves on being market leaders in Clinical Myotherapy through furthering their skills through education and courses to ensure that patients are receiving the best level of treatment available.

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Our Team

MJN Clinical Myotherapy pride itself on having the highest qualifications sustainable currently within Australia. MJN Clinical Myotherapy and its Practitioners are devoted to continuously developing and furthering their skills and education in order to ensure that their Patients are receiving the best treatment available.


Emily Pryor

Director/Clinical Myotherapist

Emily Pryor is the founder of MJN Clinical Myotherapy and aims to push the boundaries of Clinical Myotherapy. She studied at Bachalor of Health Science-Clinical Myotherapy at Southern school of Natural therapies. She has been treating for 7 years, and has a deep passion with holistic health. Her philosophy regarding her treatment style all comes from a postural basis. She believes it is only when each movement pattern has its full range of motion that the body can be free of restriction, allowing it to be painfree. It is from this posture and movement pattern place that Emily gains great reward in postural realignment patients. She has a speciality in assessing movement and firing pattern chains. It is through assessment she is able to get to the bottom of the biomechanical weakness. From there she releases the overloaded structures and strengthens the weak. Enabling new improved firing patterns to develop, encouraging the body to move from a place of ease, allowing its true potential to shine.




Kate Walters has been practicing Myotherapy for the past 8 years in private practice and to elite athletes of Netball Victoria, the Victorian Institute of Sports Diving, Queensland’s State of Origin team, Melbourne Storm and St Kilda Football Club. Kate has furthered her studies over the past few years adding a Bachelor of Health Science Complementary Medicine to her Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy.


Aaron Jennings

Clinical Myotherapist

Aaron Jennings has completed a Bachelor of Health Science, Clinical Myotherapy. His view of the body and the way it functions is based around establishing the highest degree of flexibility and stability to allow his patients to reach their optimal performance. Aaron’s passion for treatment stems from his sporting background specifically cricket and golf. He also has a vast knowledge of foot related injuries and biomechanics having previously worked with podiatrists. Aaron is also heavily linked with the MS Australia and has had extensive experience working with patients who suffer from MS.


Peter Damevski


Peter Damevski has completed an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at RMIT and is our resident sports fanatic who spends his spare time swimming, cycling, running, golfing and competing in triathlons. Peter is passionate about postural correction and identifying musculoskeletal dysfunction that causes pain. His treatment methods consist of a variety of Myotherapy modalities that include but are not limited to soft tissue therapy, trigger point release, cupping and dry needling, all with the goal of alleviating pain and dysfunction. Peter is committed to educating his Patients about corrective exercise to help maintain a pain-free lifestyle. Peter’s dedication as a Myotherapist extends from his participation in sport and as a therapist to elite athletes and sporting clubs such as the Melbourne United Basketball team and the AFL Academy. Peter has also had the opportunity to work with the young draftees at the 2016 AFL Draft Combine.


Julia Mattson

Clinical Myotherapist

Julia is a Clinical Myotherapist and has been practicing Myotherapy for over 10 years. She has also been a lecturer and clinical supervisor at the Southern School of Natural Therapies where she taught dry needling and pain management, amongst other subjects. Julia is passionate about reducing pain and providing patients with the tools necessary to reduce their own pain at home, including but not limited to providing self treatment and corrective exercise tips. Pain is quite often caused by repetitive activities and there are usually simple remedies which people can do at home or work to reduce the frequency and intensity of pain. In her time away from work Julia practices yoga, loves to bake and spend time with her amazing family!