Our Team

 

 

Scarborough and Brisbane North

Craig James

 

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology – Second Class Honours – 2014
  • Tai Chi – 2015

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Good, better, best, never let it rest until your good is better and your better is best. As a general rule find an exercise or activity you enjoy and start your movement journey, any exercise even a little will do wonders for you.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Cardiac rehab
  • Tai Chi
  • Falls prevention
  • Musculoskeletal rehab

Morgan Krome

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science Major in Clinical Exercise Physiology Class 1 Honours – 2016
  • Pilates Level 1 Matwork – 2015

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Don’t train for any special events, train for life. Life is your biggest challenge, train to beat it.

What are your areas of expertise?

As accredited Exercise Physiologists we specialise in exercise and movement for prevention and management of chronic diseases and injuries. We have expertise to provide support for obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and arthritis, mental health conditions, cancer and cancer recovery, chronic pain and fatigue, post-surgical rehabilitation, neuromuscular conditions and pulmonary disease.

Paul Young

 

 

 

Qualifications

  • Master’s in Clinical Exercise Physiology – 2018
  • Bachelor in Sports & Exercise Science – 2006
  • Personal Trainer Certificate – 2012
  • Precision Nutrition Certification – 2014

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Every individual should be treated like a professional athlete in their journey to achieve their goals. Treatments and attention to detail previously only available to professional athletes should be accessible to everyone, taking a full body & mind approach to create a healthier, happier person who can function optimally.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Musculoskeletal rehabilitation including post-surgical rehab & injury prevention
  • Chronic disease management (CV Disease, Diabetes, Arthritis, Pulmonary Disease, Cancer, Mental Health & Neurological conditions)
  • Improving balance / falls prevention
  • Weight management

Daniel Hewett

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise Physiology

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Use it or lose it. Be active, stay healthy, live longer, stay happier.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Chronic disease management
  • Rehabilitation

David Auer

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology – 2016

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Exercise Medicine… Never underestimate the positive effect that right exercise can have on the body and mind.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Cardiac rehabilitation
  • Diabetes management
  • Weight management
  • Bone health

Paul Kwok

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology – 2017
  • Certificate III in Aged Care – 2014

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

I understand that different individuals have different things that really matter in their lives. It is my job to make sure I understand what success looks like to you.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Hydrotherapy
  • Dementia care and prevention

David Hagger 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science – 2012
  • Certificate III & IV in Fitness – 2008

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

I believe exercise and physical activity is essential for maintaining physical and mental health as we age.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Injury prevention and rehabilitation
  • Overcoming barriers to exercise

Alicia Cloarec

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Any exercise is better than none!

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Mental health
  • Cardiovascular conditions
  • Bone health

 

Luke Schmidt

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Diploma of Counselling
  • Undertaking Master of Philosophy – investigating the ability of a novel exercise intervention (blood flow restriction training) to generate neuroprotective peptides and biomolecules with the aim of improving the efficacy of rehabilitation for stroke survivors).

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

  • Always train for and with a purpose.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Neurological and musculoskeletal conditions.

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Jess Lucaciu

 

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise Science
  • Graduate Diploma in Exercise Physiology

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

Health is directly affected by how we look after our body. Exercise is one way we are able to do so by maintaining our health, mental well-being and level of functional ability. Our enjoyment of life is also affected by our health and functional abilities, so if we look after our body by exercising life will be more enjoyable.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Neurological conditions
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Rehabilitation
  • Injury prevention

Gold Coast

Elise Hoyer

 

 

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology – First Class Honours – 2014
  • Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Management – 2016
  • Pilates Level 1-3 in equipment and matwork
  • Tai Chi

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

I have a passion for health and fitness and enjoy sharing this with others. I love helping all individuals to find their passion to lead a healthy lifestyle. I believe exercise can benefit anyone, no matter their fitness level. I regularly see the benefit of a tailored, individual program that can positively impact someone’s life.

What are your areas of expertise?

  • Pilates
  • Tai Chi for health and falls prevention
  • Hydrotherapy for chronic disease
  • MAYBO training – conflict and challenging behaviour awareness

As an EP and Diabetes Educator, I specialise in diabetes management. I also have a passion for women’s health and assisting people with neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease.

Adrianna Marshall

 

Qualifications

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology – 2019.

What is your personal fitness philosophy?

My personal fitness philosophy is that being “fit” does not mean going to the gym for hours on end or going on a crazy run. To me, being “fit” is about enjoying being able to move your body independently and not feeling the pressure to perform. Playing a team sport, going for a walk with my friends or giving a new activity a crack is my favourite way to exercise!

What are your areas of expertise?

My areas of interest (and I guess you could say expertise!) include neurological conditions and the processes that underpin the effectiveness of exercise. I have worked with clients with a range of neurological conditions including spinal cord injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons Disease, Guillain-Barre Syndrome to name a few.