Meet Our Exercise Physiology Team:
Michael completed his Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology degree in 2018 through the University of South Australia. He has his accreditation as an AEP with Exercise Sports Science Australia.
With an interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, Michael is passionate about encouraging movement in others and helping those with physical limitations to overcome exercise barriers and achieve a better quality of life. He is an avid soccer player, and also enjoys trail running, rock climbing and the occasional obstacle course race.
Lia graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2016. She is accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia and has been working locally in Adelaide with a wide range of clients.
Lia is passionate about educating and motivating people to take an active role in managing their condition, and providing them with the resources to continue to improve their health and well-being.
Mikaela completed her Master’s of Clinical Exercise Physiology degree in 2020, through Charles Sturt University. She is accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia.
Mikaela has a particular interest in diabetes, with currently studying a post-graduate diploma in Diabetes education. She is very passionate about using exercise as a form of medicine to help clients actively self manage their conditions and improve their overall quality of life.
Nathan completed his Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of South Australia in 2017. He has previously worked as a trainer of state level athletes in many sports (including soccer, athletics, football, netball, table tennis) and also has clinical experience working in private practice.
At Funlife Fitness Centre, Nathan is particularly interested in working with clients during injury rehabilitation and sport specific training, but has a wide range of skill across exercise physiology. His personal interests include sports, body-building and travel.
Claudia completed her Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology degree in 2018 through the University of South Australia and is accredited as an AEP with Exercise and Sports Science Australia.
Her main goal is motivating clients to get more movement into their day and encouraging them to take control in the management of their health conditions through exercise. She has a passion for working with disabilities and metabolic conditions.