Stacey Dangen

Manager, Senior Physiotherapist & Pilates Instructor


Stacey graduated from the Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science Physiotherapy. She started training and working with Peak Pilates in 2007, as she was interested in the benefits Pilates provides when used in conjunction with physiotherapy rehabilitation. After a few years Stacey moved to the United Kingdom, where she worked as a senior physiotherapist at 2 large teaching hospitals in West London. After 6 years of travel, work and further education she has finally returned home to beautiful New Zealand and rejoined the team at Peak Pilates. Stacey has a strong background in biomechanics, chronic pain disorders, pre and post operative rehabilitation and women’s health and is experienced in dealing with a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. She is very passionate about Pilates as a rehabilitation tool, as well as a regular exercise to help with long term prevention of further injury. Stacey has also recently qualified as a PINC Cancer Rehab Physiotherapist to inspire women diagnosed with cancer to regain strength, body confidence and quality of life through rehabilitation and exercise. When she’s not working Stacey enjoys watching and participating in sports including Pilates, touch rugby, tennis, hiking and snowboarding.

My Posts

Pink Ribbon Breakfast 2017

by Stacey Dangen | May 18, 2017 | Charity Events News Peak Pilates
In 2016 over 3,200 Kiwis hosted a pink ribbon breakfast and collectively raised over 1.7 million dollars for breast cancer research. We are very proud supporters of this very worthy cause, many of us have been touched by this terrible illness in some way. Every bit of...