Director/Principal Musculoskeletal Therapist Athletica Physical Health
Emrys Goldsworthy originally trained in classical ballet under Roma Egan at the National Ballet Centre in Brisbane before going to Melbourne in 2001 to start full time dance training at the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet (ACB). At ACB he was trained in the Vaganova Method by Christine Walsh AM (Aust Ballet), Riccardo Ella (Aust Ballet), Galina Lagoveeva (Bolshoi ballet) and Rosemarie Stark (Stuttgart ballet).
In 2003, Emrys joined the Royal New Zealand Ballet as a company artist where he started in the corps de ballet in ballets such as Romeo and Juliet, Saltarello, Frenzy and many more. At the end of his first year he was casted in his first principal role as Franz in Coppelia. After Coppelia, he was given principal roles in every season including Esquisses and A Million Kisses to My Skin.
In 2005, Emrys left the company to come back to Australia where he commenced a Bachelor of Health Science (Musculoskeletal Therapy). In 2008, he became the Senior Lecturer in the Department of Musculoskeletal Therapy at Endeavour College of Natural Health. In 2012, he graduated from Griffith University with a Masters of Sports Coaching (Classical Ballet).