Anna Wardlaw


Anna graduated with a BSc in 2012 from an internationally recognised University for excellence in Auckland, New Zealand.

Since then she has worked in the largest specialised hospital in NZ as a Rotational Physiotherapist, helping to improve and maximise mobility in a wide variety of patients.

Anna has always had a keen interest in Sports Physiotherapy, and worked with Hockey, Netball and Rugby teams, including the Waikato Old Boys Premier A and B teams in NZ. She has also volunteered at events, her most rewarding in 2014 when she volunteered for the Oxfam 100km Charity Walk, helping her team raise over NZ$2,000.00.

Anna strongly believes in “building health” rather than just treating symptoms and is continually looking to identify and treat the “root cause” in clients where possible. She is currently working towards her certification in Level 3 Pilates, and hopes to soon be able to utilise this new skill in her treatments.

Anna is a published Physiotherapist, with some of her work on neuromuscular control and strength training on ACL rehabilitation displayed in the Sports Physiotherapy NZ Bulletin.

On a more personal note, Anna enjoys rock climbing, running and trekking, and has played Netball Badminton and Skiing at a representative level. She has recently taken some time off to travel and is proud to have successfully completed the ‘Haute Route’ (160km trek with over 10,500m ascent), ‘Tour Du Mont Blanc’ (170k trek with over 10,000m ascent solo), and summited North India’s infamous 6,150m Mountain, Stok Kangri, within the last 12 months.

Anna is an enthusiastic and passionate person, who is excited to be part of the Agile Therapy Team. She has utilised her physiotherapy knowledge to help achieve her goals, and now wants to help you achieve yours. Come in and see her today!