Indianna Franke

Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

B.Phty (physiotherapy) from LaTrobe University

Masters of Sports Physiotherapy from The University of Queensland

Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from The University of Queensland

Post grad. Cert in Pelvic floor Physiotherapy from Melbourne University

Level 4 Pilates Practitioner from The Australian Pilates Method Association

Member of Sports Medicine Australia
Member of the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science

Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association:

  • Sports and exercise stream
  • Pain stream
  • Musculoskeletal stream
  • Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic health stream

Indianna comes from a family of allied health practitioners and began exploring Yoga and Pilates over 20 years ago to help heal injuries sustained from full-time ballet training. This personal experience ignited a passion that led her to become a Physiotherapist and Pilates practitioner. She has been teaching remedial equipment-based and mat-style Pilates for the last 15 years. After graduating from LaTrobe University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Indianna has pursued her strong interest in musculoskeletal, sports and pelvic health to take a whole-body approach to pain and injury management. Indi worked in a prominent physiotherapy practice and an AFL football team in Melbourne for three years before moving to the Gold Coast in 2009 where, along with her Husband Radd Peters, she saw a need for a holistic health and wellness space and began The Living Well Studio.


Indianna has a keen interest in treating women’s, men’s and pelvic health and working with pre-natal and post-natal women to ensure optimal body health and return to activity during and after pregnancy. She has completed a post-graduate certificate in Pelvic floor physiotherapy at Melbourne University and a number of masters subjects at Curtain University in women’s and pelvic health.

In 2019 Indianna completed a masters of clinical physiotherapy in sports physio and in 2021 a masters of clinical physiotherapy in musculoskeletal physio at the University of Queensland qualifying her to be a titled sports and exercise and musculoskeletal physiotherapist with the Australian Physiotherapy Association. These qualifications have enabled her to manage patients of a complex nature. Stemming from her own love of dance, Indianna has a special interest in treating dancers and gymnasts of all ages and skill level. She has pursued further education in this area and conducts dance assessments for tertiary institutions, pre-pointe assessments and biomechanical assessments for the developing dancer. Her passion for sport and high performance has also led her to be part of the high-performance team at The Gold Coast Suns Football Club where she provides both physiotherapy services and physio-based Pilates management for the players.


Indianna is passionate about managing the individual from a biopsychosocial perspective. Applying evidence-based assessment and management techniques as well as creative problem solving to ensure the patients experience matches their expectations and goals. Indianna regularly engages in ongoing education on a tertiary level and is open-minded to all methods of improving health and wellness for the community.

Conveniently located at 2/5 Stevenson Crt Burleigh, Gold Coast.

We boast a purpose-built Pilates Studio with professional reformer equipment to deliver a full range of Pilates programs to suit your needs.