Xuewei Li

Xuewei Li


Xuewei holds both a Master of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Health Sciences from University of Sydney. With a diverse clinical background, she has honed her skills in areas such as musculoskeletal, post-operative rehabilitation, neurological, cardiorespiratory, and post-natal care.

Xuewei’s philosophy centres on the belief that every individual has the power to take control of their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Whether addressing acute injuries from work, sports, or motor vehicle accidents, or managing chronic conditions and disabilities, she upholds that no challenge is insurmountable with the right mindset.

In her practice, Xuewei seamlessly integrates gym-based and hydrotherapy exercises, encompassing strength, balance, flexibility, and manual therapies. Her commitment is to provide holistic care, tailored to each client’s needs. She places a strong emphasis on education, aiming to empower her clients to overcome barriers and embrace a life of health, happiness, and freedom from pain.

Besides her extensive professional expertise, Xuewei is fluent in both English and Mandarin, facilitating a wider reach in communication and understanding with her clients.

60 seconds With Xuewei

Pole dance, you use your muscles and joints in ways you never thought possible, and the feeling of being up in the air and spinning fast is absolute freedom. Tennis and hip hop are close contenders.

Tasmania. Walking through the forests of Mount Field National Park is like stepping back in time, the crisp air and the immensity of the trees is really something to behold.

Definitely my mum, she’s always been so intuitive and wise and so relaxed in her parenting, I’m infinitely grateful for her guidance and allowing me the space to grow.

I love the ability to connect with people from all walks of life, being able to help guide someone along their recovery journey and empower them to reach their own potential. It’s such a privilege to be able to care for people.

I love the people who work there, and the spirit of the place is so welcoming that it feels like coming home. Work doesn’t feel like work when you’re surrounded by people who love what they do.