Too often clients who come to see us think of themselves or have been classified by someone else as the condition(s) that they are seeking treatment for. As a practitioner I aim to encourage clients to participate in exercise rehabilitation/interventions for the purpose of improving their quality of life as well as their health and wellness – in a nutshell: rehab the person, not the condition.
I graduated University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology, and my first role after graduating was and has been working as an Exercise Physiologist at Achieve. I have been providing exercise prescription at Achieve ever since. In addition to this I am a sport tragic and my favourite sport has always been cricket, but my current sport/activity of choice is rock climbing so physical activity has always been something I enjoy.
I like that I can come to work in an environment/space where personal goals are reached and achievements celebrated.
I grew up with a very close family and extended family unit – so time with those who matter most is very important to me.
Hard work, I’m competitive (some would say too much), Empathy for others, I always try to help others wherever I can, I am inquisitive (always keen to learn something new).
Climbing a wall, Climbing that other wall, thinking about how I would up climb all the other things. Also spending time with my partner.