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Our Team

Clint Dalglish


Clint attained a BA in Human Movement Science at the University of Pretoria in 2006, followed by his Honours in Biokinetics at Zululand University in 2007 and has been in private practice since 2009. Clint joined Pinnacle Health and Wellness in 2018 and is now Co-owner.

Clint has a special interest in orthopaedic rehabilitation especially age related degenerative conditions. Clint is an avid touch rugby league player having represented Gauteng in touch rugby in 2015.


Kirstin (King) Piveteau


Kirstin completed her Biokinetic Honours degree in 2013 at the University of Pretoria, followed by her Pilates Mat Work qualification in 2014. She joined Pinnacle Performance Centre as a Biokineticist and Pilates Instructor in 2015 and is now the Co-owner of Pinnacle Health and Wellness.

Kirstin has a passion for a variety of different sports, and has represented South Africa at a National Level in gymnastics. She has a special interest in orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation and uses her Biokinetics background to offer Pilates that is specific to the client’s needs.


Gwen Seviour


Gwen has been in private practice for over 20 years. Coming form the East Rand, she chose to escape to the Eastern Cape to complete her undergraduate degree in Human Movement Science at Rhodes University in Grahamstown. Not ready to return to “Big City Life” she completed her Biokinetics Honours degree at the University of Port Elizabeth.

On her return to Joburg, she joined an amazing practice where, through hard work and her love of Biokinetics, she became a part –owner. She later had the privilege of becoming the sole proprietor of the (re-named) Gwen Seviour Biokinetics.

Exercise rehabilitation is Gwen’s passion, along with her interaction with people: “I love that people trust and entrust me to help them on their road to recovery through education.”


Hayleigh Gouws


Being a gymnast for most of my life helped me develop a certain respect, control, and fascination for the human body. My love for Biokinetics started then.

I was a national gymnast for 12 years, when I became a Gauteng coach and now still a Gauteng judge. I work closely with the South African High-Performance Gymnasts as their Biokineticist. I enjoy working with and have worked with many children and hope to focus on the ‘’High Performance Child Athlete’’. Another one of my interests is neurological rehabilitation whereby I have done Biokinetics combining hydrotherapy and land-based therapy for the best results. I studied a BSc Sport Science at UJ after which I attended WITS where I completed my Honours in Biokinetics.


Julia Williams


Julia graduated in 2003 from UCT cum laude with a BSc Med (Hons) degree in Biokinetics. Here she was able to work with some of the leading professionals in the industry and gained great experience working at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa under the guidance of Prof. Tim Noakes.

She went on to complete her internship at the Centre for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics in Rosebank. Julia specialised in orthopaedic work and worked with some of the country’s top professional sportsmen and women.

Julia has been practicing Biokinetics now for the past 15 years focusing primarily on orthopaedic rehabilitation as well as injury prevention in sportsmen and women, both young and old. She strongly believes in an individualized and comprehensive approach to rehabilitation, making certain that all aspects of a patient’s condition are examined and treated allowing them to return to pre-injury activities with confidence.

Julia is a keen runner having completed the Comrades marathon. As such she enjoys working with athletes of all levels to help them improve and achieve their rehabilitation goals.


Luke Steggman


Sport and physical activity teach us so many valuable life lessons and it certainly taught me many things growing up. I learned to face hardships and adversity, about humility, teamwork, communication, and dedication among other things.

After a school career filled with enjoyment on the sporting field and having had opportunities to travel, represent my province and learn valuable life lessons through sport and physical activity, I decided that studying and choosing a career where I could give others a similar opportunity, was fitting.

Initially, I coached waterpolo and rugby at Jeppe High School for Boys after school and began studying sports psychology to understand the mental side of sports better and to help others cope and learn from this. I qualified as a Biokineticist in 2011 and was excited to be able to offer others an opportunity to help them get healthy and experience the enjoyment and benefits of sport and physical activity.

I really enjoy working with sports orthopaedic injuries and poor biomechanics. Secondly, I enjoy helping young children who are suffering with certain abnormalities preventing them from participating in activities or limiting their level of participation.


Nicole Batchelor


Nicole obtained her Undergraduate degree in Sport Science from the University of Pretoria in 2016, she then continued her academic career by completing a Honours degree in Sport and Recreation Management in 2017, and finally completed her BHSc Honours in Biokinetics at the University of Witwatersrand in 2018. She has also completed her certificate in Sports Massage Therapy, and is currently enrolled to complete her Pilates Mat Instructor Course

Nicole has worked in a Sport environment since her university days and has always taken a special interest in High Performance Sport. She worked as a part of the management team for the Tuks High Performance Men’s Hockey team, where she gained valuable insight into working with a variety of people. Her involvement in Sport ranges from coaching, to playing, to administration.

Nicole has a keen interest in Sport and Orthopedic rehabilitation and enjoys working with children. Her passion for helping others and patience when teaching are key qualities for a successful training outcome.


Graeme McCallum


Graeme was a Springbok professional road cyclist in the ’80’s and early ’90’s. He followed that with a few years of racing mountain bikes as an age-grouper. He studied Sports Massage at various institutions and qualified as a Massage Therapist in 2004.

Graeme has worked as a Sports Massage Therapist on many South African Pro Cycling Teams. He joined Pinnacle Performance in 2013 as a Massage Therapist. His love for the outdoors has continued through taking part in trail running where he has represented South Africa in his age category at Worlds in May 2015 in France.


Simone Jacobs


Simone Jacobs joined Pinnacle Health and Wellness in November 2017 as a Personal Trainer and owner of SimoneJacobsFit. She was the previous owner of Sweat 1000 at Nicolway and has been in the fitness industry for many years with backgrounds in Sports massage, rehabilitation and fitness. She has completed her Masters Degree in Psychology and adores all aspects of working with people.

Simone has a passion for guiding people in how to get fit and in shape whilst having fun. She loves driving people to achieve their goals.


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