Trevor Aung Than is an Australian physiotherapist, graduating from Curtin University in 2001. Trevor worked in many different areas of the profession early on in his career; FIFO work in the Pilbara, orthopaedics and community-based work. In 2005 he started his own private practice which he managed until 2009. In 2009 he was looking for a unique challenge and found it by joining the Cirque du Soleil show, ZAiA, in China as a Performance Medicine Therapist. The world of Cirque opened up Trevor to the performing arts and in his spare time at Cirque, he took up lessons on the flying trapeze and aerial straps. He was hooked. Returning to Perth in 2012, Trevor looked for opportunities in the performing world which lead him to West Australian Ballet. After a brief role as a guest teacher for WAB dancers in August 2012, Trevor joined the company in January of this year as the Head of Dancer Wellbeing. His approach to this role is a holistic one, looking at the dancers’ bodies as a whole rather than the individual parts. When not at WAB or teaching his conditioning classes, Trevor enjoys spending time with his three beautiful girls at home – his wife Nat and daughters Angie and Talia.