Anmari graduated with Honours in 2011 from the University of Pretoria, South Africa, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She commenced her career in a number of clinical settings, working in a community health clinic as the principal physiotherapist and in private hospitals. Her valuable experiences led her to private practice where she began broadening her knowledge by completing several post graduate courses, including the internationally accredited Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapy course, Kinesiology Taping, Dry Needling and Pilates.

She has also completed several comprehensive renowned McKenzie courses and will be taking her credentialing examination in December 2017. The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) is an approach that is globally recognised and used by clinicians and patients all over the world for common back, neck and extremity joint problems. Following her exam, she will be an accredited McKenzie Physiotherapist, gaining her international recognition.

Anmari has a strong belief in empowering her patients to manage their injury and has successfully assisted them in achieving full functional mobility.

In her spare time she enjoys painting and other DIY projects such as re-upholstery and mosaics. To keep fit, Anmari enjoys running and also partakes in a round of golf every weekend.

Anmari is a full member of Australian Physiotherapy Association.