Get to know Emma

I love living in the Japanese mountains and the countryside lifestyle of Niseko. Witnessing the marked changes in seasons here is something that will always amaze me. Hiking, camping and paddling during the sunny months and skiing all winter long, Hokkaido is a wonderful place to enjoy the natural elements of outdoor escapades.

Working with the team at Niseko Physio and meeting people from all around the world is incredible and every season is different because of the changing dynamics in tourism. I love helping people during their time of need and guiding them through the injury management process while supporting them to still enjoy their holiday.


Past Employment:
I worked at the Tokyo British school for 4 years then began working with Asia Physio in 2016. I have a colourful background working in various roles across the entertainment industry in many countries. At every opportunity I love to utilise my creative side as a voice over artist, singer, writer and public speaker.

What do you think are the best skills that you bring to your job?:
My problem solving skills for sure. Life is never dull in Japan and I find that creative problem solving is the best way to find success.

What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?:
Going on adventures with my husband and our dog

What would be your personal motto?:
There is ALWAYS a way!

Who is someone you admire and why?:
J. K. Rowling for her fabulous tenacity and ability to overcome all obstacles in order to create something so wonderful it is loved by people of all ages around the world.

Your most-outstanding achievement:
Riding a tandem bike from Canada to Chile over 2 years with my amazing husband. I still can’t believe I actually did that. It then led me to become a published author of 3 books… and counting!