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Our Team

Sharon Lim



MSci(Physiotherapy) (Hons); M. MSK & Sports Physiotherapy

Sharon graduated from King's College London with a Masters in Science in Physiotherapy (Hons) in 2001 and with a Masters of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2007. She had also gotten her Clinical Exercise Specialist Certification by the American College of Sports Medicine. Sharon has had more than 20 years of experience in injury management, developing services, and leading and managing teams and projects.

In sports and sports injury management, Sharon has worked with a wide variety of sportsmen and sportswomen involved in marathons, triathlons, track and field, soccer, hockey, softball, ultimate frisbee, rugby, swimming, martial arts, and dance. 

She has also served, with Team Singapore ,as a sports physiotherapist at many major games including the Winter Olympics,  Asian Games and SEA Games. Apart from multi-sports events, she has also provided physiotherapy for other medical onfield coverage such as Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, Rugby Sevens, World Club Rugby Tens, and S-League games. Sharon had volunteered with the national team softball team for many years as both team manager and physiotherapist. She enjoys synergising with coaches to facilitate injury management and performance enhancement.

In Moving Space, Sharon is keen to work closely with not just with the injured athlete in management of their injuries, but also to collaborate with coaches, teachers, doctors and any other relevant persons to ensure sporting performance and injury prevention.

Sharon has personally participated in a wide variety of sports and exercise. She had played softball for more than 10 years and had also trained with the national softball team. She has done JuJitsu, Yoga, Pilates, Salsa, Rock-climbing and Scuba Diving. She has completed several half marathons, a few full marathons and a few biathlons. She currently runs, swims and practises yoga. While she has tried her hand at perfecting her golf swing, she is pretty bad at golf and is better at the analysing the biomechanics of other people's golf swing.




B.App.Sc(Physiotherapy); M.Sc (Performing Arts Med)

Vivien graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic with a Diploma in Physiotherapy in 2009 and University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy in 2010.

After completing her basic training in NUH, she spent 4 years specialising in sports physiotherapy. She was involved with the treatment of acute and chronic sports injuries, and post operative rehabilitation. Her patients range from elite athletes to weekend warriors, doing anything from running to swimming to martial arts.


She has also served with Team Singapore as a physiotherapist in the medical team in SEA Games and ASEAN Para Games in 2015, and Asian Games in 2018. In addition, she was the team physiotherapist for the National Women’s and Men’s Artistic Gymnastics team. She was involved in their rehabilitation pre SEA Games 2017, and has traveled with them to various Gymnastics World Cups in 2018.


Having trained as a dancer for many years herself, she has a special interest in the prevention and treatment of dance injuries. This led her to do a further degree in Performing Arts Medicine, concentrating on Dance Medicine. She is particularly interested in safe stretching, strengthening and cross training for dancers, and pointe shoe-related issues. She is the designated physiotherapist for local contemporary dance company Frontier Danceland, and was the physiotherapist for Crazy Horse during their tour to Singapore. She is also a certified Griskho Pointe Shoe fitter and does pointe shoe fitting at Sonata Dancewear. 




BSc(Physiotherapy), BSc (Ex & Health Sci)

June graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2012 and a Bachelor of Exercise and Health Science from The University of Western Australia in 2007. 

During her time in university, she worked as a sports trainer with Sports Medicine Australia and with an amateur league football team which lead to her pursuit of sports physiotherapy.

She spent 5 years in Singapore Sports Institute as a sports physiotherapist, working and travelling with elite athletes and teams. She was actively involved in injury prevention, rehabilitation, and surveillance programs to build athletes up to their optimal condition and ensure that they are competition-ready. She served as a team physiotherapist in a multitude of international competitions including the Olympic Games in 2016, Asian Winter Games in 2017, Youth Olympic Games in 2014, ASEAN Para Games, various Asian Games, and SEA Games.

June went on to further her experience at Mount Elizabeth Hospital for the next 3 years in an outpatient clinic where she saw a diverse clientele base. She was involved in post-operative rehabilitation, management of acute and chronic injuries, running gait analysis as well as geriatrics conditioning.

Being a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 1 certified physiotherapist, she utilises the TPI Golf Level 1 screen to identify a player’s physical capabilities that may be affecting their swing. Coupled with her understanding of the requirements of the sport, she is able to integrate golf-specific rehabilitation and make a significant impact on golfers’ performance.

In her spare time, she loves being outdoors and travelling. June used to play competitive hockey and now plays at a club level. She enjoys playing golf on the weekend and working out at the gym.




BSc (Physiotherapy)

Yan graduated from the Singapore Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy.

Since then, she has been honing her skills in both in- and outpatient settings of restructured and private care, to facilitate the recovery of her clients. She is experienced in seeing clients through a wide range of conditions including neurological, musculoskeletal, post-surgical rehabilitation and return to sport.

She has also conducted home therapy for clients limited by mobility as well as those aiming to optimise functional autonomy.

Yan is also active in both club and national Rugby 7s teams, providing pitch side care as well as carrying out assessments and providing input on rehabilitation of player injuries.

She is also no stranger to high performance sport as well, having represented the nation in Softball in 3 editions of the SEA Games.

Having experienced the pain of rehabilitation from major knee injuries, she believes in an individualised programme while working hand-in-hand with her clients in the pursuit of their goals. 

As an ex-physical educator, Yan is adept at exercise instruction and is comfortable with a people of different ages.

In her spare time, Yan enjoys going to the gym and having a ball with her softball team Spartans. She also tries her best to watch her coffee consumption.




Dip (Physiotherapy), BSc (Physiotherapy)

Diyanah graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic with a Diploma in Physiotherapy in 2018, and from Trinity College Dublin with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2019. While working in the public and private sectors, she had managed a wide range of conditions, including sporting injuries, geriatric issues, and neurological and vestibular conditions. 

Her passion in providing older adults with a safe space to build strength and enjoy being active, resulted in developing a functional fitness class for older adults in the last 2 years. 

As a former competitive football player, Diyanah has strong interests in sports and sports injuries management. She currently supports the National Women's Football Team for onfield coverage during trainings and competitions. She also collaborates with SG Women’s Football, on developing resources on condition-specific topics and injury prevention.

Outside of her professional work, she enjoys indoor and outdoor rock climbing, including bouldering and lead climbing. She occasionally coaches children and has provided climbing-specific rehabilitation at a climbing gym.

Diyanah’s blend of professional expertise and personal passion allows her to enhance the well-being of her clients and contribute to the broader community through her diverse interests and dedication.




Diploma (Sports and Leisure Management)

Ivy obtained her personal trainer certification from FISAF in 2009 and sports massage certification from the SSC in 2011. She then earned her Diploma in Sports and Leisure Management from RP in 2014 and is presently pursuing a Degree in Sports and Physical Education at SUSS.

Ivy was a sports trainer at SSI for 3 years, where she worked closely with many of our national athletes, from swimmers to bowlers. She provided recovery massages,  developed and supervised rehabilitation exercise programmes, and provided sports coverage for overseas training camps and competition. She also was part of the medical team at various SEA Games and Asian Games. 

Apart from SSI, Ivy worked as a sports trainer at Singapore Shooting Association. This role required designing exercise programs tailored to shooter’s specific demands, alongside developing recovery strategies for competitions. 

During her younger years, Ivy actively practiced martial arts including Taekwondo and Muay Thai. She represented Singapore in Sanda for the 6th Asian Wushu Championship in 2004. Subsequently, she sustained an ACL tear, leading to her rehabilitation journey at the Singapore Sports Council. This had inspired her to become a sports trainer, to give back to the local sports community. 

Beyond her professional pursuits, Ivy finds joy in roasting and brewing a delightful cup of coffee. When not indulging in coffee, she is often seen in the company of her beloved adopted fur kids




Lynne attained her massage certification more than 20 years ago from Singapore Sports Council, now known as Sport Singapore.

She has since been providing sports massage to athletes from a wide range of sports. Apart from athletes, she has also helped many musicians n ballet dancers, both amateur and professional.

She had been a sports trainer for SEAGames, ASEAN Para Games,  Youth Olympic Games, Asian Games, SCC 7s, HSBC 7s, and Netball S’pore. She has also covered overseas games for individual athletes eg Ultramarathon, World Equestrian Games




Peter has attained his massage certification more than 10 years ago from Singapore Sports Council, now known as Sport Singapore.

He has extensive clinical experiences in both private and public sectors in Singapore. At Singapore Sports Institute (SSI), he has worked closely with various national teams (swimming, badminton, table tennis, hockey, rugby, cycling, wushu, fencing, gymnastics and para-athletes) and travelled extensively with teams for major competitions/ games,

He had been a sports trainer for SEAGames, ASEAN Para Games, Youth Olympic Games, Asian Games, and Commonwealth Games. He has also covered overseas competitions for swimming, table tennis, bowling and badminton.

Peter enjoys going for walks, cycling, and playing golf.

Vivien Koh
Lynne Teo
June Ng
Yan Guo
Diyanah Yusoff
Peter Soon

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Moving Space Sports & Physiotherapy

Block 3 Queen's Road #02-161

Farrer Gardens

Singapore 260003

6610 9327

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