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Alicia is a friendly and compassionate Exercise Physiologist specialising in women's physical and mental health. 

Amongst her strengths is an ability to educate and empower individuals from many years as a private tutor helping students from primary school to university level. 

Her approach to Exercise Physiology is to educate women around anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology so they can better understand body response to exercise and become more independent in their training to manage their health.

Previous experience: Alicia's experience comes from her time in a private oncology rehabilitation centre and in the Sunshine Coast University Hospital acute mental health ward. 




Jason has always been passionate about exercise. He has previously been working both one-on-one and in group settings to help women achieve their goals and improve overall strength.


Jason has a background as strength coach and a martial arts instructor in different styles (Karate, Modern Martial Arts, and Muay Thai), as well as practising Judo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.


His approach to Exercise Physiology includes detailed explanations of anatomy and biomechanics in order to help better explain changes to the body that occur during pregnancy, injuries or chronic diseases. In this approach his goal is to help women gain a better understanding of their own body’s anatomy so they can understand strategies they can put in place in order to take control of their health.


Previous experience: Jason's experience comes from working one-on-one and in group settings in a strength and conditioning gym, working with women in an acute mental health setting and also during his time working in a rehabilitative oncology private centre.  

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