I graduated from the University of Tasmania in June 2019 with a Bachelor of Exercise Science with Professional Honours in Clinical Exercise Physiology. Since graduating, I have been working in private practise in Hobart.
I am passionate about empowering clients to take control of their health through the use of evidence-based exercise prescription and education. My goal is to help others to feel and move better by improving their strength, mobility and function.
I enjoy working with clients of all ages and understand that exercise capacity and individual goals change over time. I have assisted clients to experience the benefits and improvements in many musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory and metabolic health conditions through the use of exercise.
I have particular interest in assisting clients with osteoporosis, during and post cancer care, chronic musculoskeletal issues and mental health conditions. I have a passion for assisting elderly clients with mobility and maintaining optimal health with age and also enjoy pushing athletes to achieve their desired goals. I believe strongly in utilising correctly prescribed and individually tailored exercise for the management of all chronic health conditions as this enables all individuals to ensure they have the best quality of life possible.
I have a keen interest in working more with younger ages, particularly children, to assist in setting them up for the best health outcomes into adulthood. Outside of my practitioner life, I enjoy keeping active with an involvement in surf life saving as an athlete and a coach.
I aspire to be an advocate for exercise and the important role it can play in improving the health of our community.