Growing up training as an athlete in sports including swimming, cycling and rowing, I developed an interest in exercise and movement at a
young age. As my training progressed, I found myself wanting to understand how and why our bodies respond to training differently and did
so through studying a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at the Queensland University of Technology. Having finished my undergraduate
degree in 2017 whilst rowing out of the Australian Training Centre, I sought to further challenge myself and commenced studying a Masters
of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Charles Sturt University.
After working through my placements and learning in a variety of contexts, I have discovered a keen interest in musculoskeletal injuries, especially lower back pain, diabetes, neurological and mental health clients. I want to see clients succeed in reaching their goals and improving their health and fitness through movement.
I will be graduating from my Master’s degree in February of 2021 and am very excited to put everything I have learnt into practice to help clients find their best selves.