Rowan graduated from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in 2013, after which she took an opportunity to work with a semi-professional netball team. Rowan collaborated with a core interdisciplinary team developing her skills in injury prevention, exercise prescription and side-line physiotherapy. During this time Rowan also worked in a private practice setting with musculoskeletal clients, a lot of which were youth athletes, and in a rest-home providing handling advice to carers' and physiotherapy to keep the older adults as independent as possible. In 2016 Rowan crossed the ditch and continued working in community practices, did further training in Dry Needling and continued to gain experience in clinical Pilates. Rowan is currently enrolled at Curtin University completing a Post-graduate certificate in Women’s Health and Continence. This is where Rowan’s special interest lies and she is excited to finish her post-graduate course, and continue to help men and women with their pelvic health to enhance quality of life. Outside of work, Rowan is kept busy with two young daughters, and enjoys attending the gym, baking and exploring WA.