Our degree-qualified staff are specialists in personalised exercise prescription for a range of health conditions. Through continuing education and training, our team stay up to date with the latest in health and fitness research to provide you with expert advice to help you achieve optimal results.
Daniel’s high level sporting background and interest of the human body led him to completing a degree in Applied Science (Human Movement Studies) at the University of Queensland in 2005. He has since continued with his passion, helping people reach their goals in health and performance excellence.
As an Exercise Physiologist, Daniel has worked extensively in a number of fields including musculoskeletal rehabilitation, corporate health and special populations. Daniel’s passion lies in athlete development, individualised strength and conditioning programs, and using a scientific approach to help athletes achieve their best performance.
Daniel enjoys working with complex patients who may have multiple concerns. Problem solving is a major part of the Bodytrack Exercise Physiology technique and is what keeps Daniel and the rest of the staff working on innovative solutions in exercise prescription. His passion for helping people achieve there health goals reflects on the Bodytrack vision of: A passionate team leading the way in allied health solutions.
Daniel has worked at Bodytrack for 12 years, more than earning his position as Principal AEP, and developing a strong team culture for the staff. Bodytrack is built on an underlying passion to help others improve their health. This culture stems through every staff member who works at Bodytrack and is a vital part of being in the Bodytrack team.
Dan graduated from The University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2012. Since then, Dan has had a vast range of Exercise Physiology experience across Brisbane treating clients with cardiovascular, metabolic, musculoskeletal and cancer chronic conditions as well as programming to develop the elite athlete in various sports.
He has also been involved in teaching up and coming Exercise Physiologists/Exercise Scientists at the University of Queensland. This included sharing his knowledge, experience and certain skills/techniques to the students ensuring they understand the importance of exercise and the positive effects it can have on the human body.
Dan strongly believes that Exercise IS medicine and that every individual would benefit from exercise therapy, no matter the age, gender or condition. With every client, he ensures his exercise treatment is delivered holistically with social, physical and behavioural factors taken into consideration to develop the best management plan for the client. He will make sure you stay on track to reach your personal goals and will support you through your journey to better health!
In 2016 Dan took on the position of AEP Manager at Bodytrack, a role which involves overseeing staff education, the direction of AEP services and integration of technology for the company.
Elisha’s interest in the physiological processes of the human body began with her experiences as an athlete and coach in her chosen sport of rowing. Her involvement in this sport allowed her to gain a particular interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation which, in-turn, led her to complete a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology, class of 2014.
Since joining the Bodytrack team, Elisha has found a particular interest in pelvic floor rehabilitation, guiding clients from the initial rehab stages through to returning to daily activity and exercise. After further education in this field, Elisha enjoys seeing the difference she can make for pre- and post-natal women, as well as for men throughout prostate cancer recovery.
She strongly believes that by furthering her education and keeping up to date with the current scientific evidence she will be equipped to provide a high level of quality care and exercise prescription for rehabilitation.
Kate graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) in 2010. Her passion for movement as medicine led her to continue her studies and obtain a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2011 from the Australian Catholic University.
Kate has experience in both the clinical and occupational rehabilitation settings, enabling her to have a holistic understanding of the rehabilitation process and assist clients to achieve lifestyle and work specific goals. Kate has worked with a number of different clients and conditions such as osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, chronic lower back pain and cancer related treatment and fatigue.
Kate understands that exercise can seem complicated and overwhelming but with the right assistance and support it is a safe, effective and enjoyable intervention for all.
Kate is currently on maternity leave and will return to Bodytrack in 2019.
I chose to study Exercise Physiology because sport and maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle has always been important to me. My involvement as both an athlete and a coach in my chosen sports of tennis and touch football lead me to my studies, but after completing my degree I became vitally aware of the need for EPs in all areas, not just sport related. I am passionate about exercise becoming a regular part of everyone’s lifestyle independent of age, condition or previous exercise history.
Megan graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology from the University of New South Wales in 2011. Since graduating, Megan has had experience working in a clinical rehabilitation setting, working with musculoskeletal conditions, orthopaedic rehabilitation, neurological conditions and exercise for clients pre, current and post cancer treatment. In particular Megan has a strong interest in Parkinson’s Disease, being involved in the provision of an exercise and education program for Parkinson’s Disease and further presenting the results of this program at the World Congress of Parkinson’s Disease in Portland 2016.
Megan enjoys seeing the positive impact exercise can make on peoples lives, from improving daily function, to improved confidence and reduced pain.
I chose to study Exercise Physiology because I really enjoyed Futsal and Soccer as both a player and coach. After the impact an exercise physiologist had on my experience in sport, I really wanted to help others in the same way. My degree taught me that exercise is about a lot more than sport and although I still love working with athletes, I really believe that exercise should be part of everyone’s lifestyle.
Holly graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology from the Queensland University of Technology in 2017. She has experience in strength and conditioning and teaching clinical Pilates. Holly has also been exposed to the world of elite sport after completing a high-performance internship with the Brisbane Roar A-League team for the 2016-2017 season.
Her experience in neurological and neuromuscular rehabilitation led Holly to develop an interest in this area of Exercise Physiology. She also enjoys seeing the great results specialised exercise prescription has for individuals with conditions such as osteoporosis, cancer and for musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
I chose to study exercise physiology after developing an interest in the human body through my involvement as both an athlete and coach in my chosen sports of Rugby Union and Cricket. An exercise physiologist also assisted me with successful rehabilitation following a knee injury further sparking my interest in the profession. My degree taught me that exercise can improve the health and lives of everyone no matter their age, conditions or lifestyle.
Patrick graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Honours) from The University of Queensland in 2018. He has experience implementing evidence based exercise prescription to assist people with cardiac conditions, cancer, metabolic disease and musculoskeletal conditions to achieve their health goals. Patrick also has experience working in strength and conditioning through his involvement with the West’s Premier Colts Rugby Union team throughout the 2018 season.
Patrick has a passion for working with athletes at an individual level and in team environments to optimise performance and rehabilitate injuries. He also enjoys seeing the positive impact targeted exercise prescription can have for conditions such as obesity, T2DM, osteoporosis and for musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
I was already an active sportswoman and my passion for working with people lead me to complete a Masters in Exercise Physiology. I love being active outdoors and am a firm believer in practicing what I preach. I’ve recognised exercise is truly the best medicine; I enjoy seeing clients make behavioural changes, become pain free and improve quality of life. I want to help incorporate exercise into everyone’s lifestyle, as I know it will change daily living for the better.
Originally from New Zealand, Ashley graduated with a Bachelor of Sport & Exercise Science in 2014. This is where she developed a passion for using exercise as medicine, which led her to complete a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology (Hons) at the University of Auckland in 2016. Understanding the significance exercise has on ageing, her dissertation explored associations between socio-demographic factors and the frailty syndrome in older adults with cardiovascular disease. Exercise Physiology was still developing in NZ so work brought her to Australia.
Ashley has had experience in occupational and clinical rehabilitation settings; working with a wide range of clients and conditions such as cardiopulmonary, metabolic, osteoarthritis, pre and post cancer and corporate health groups. Her experience has led her to develop an interest in neurological and neuromuscular rehabilitation and older adult exercise for healthy ageing. Ashley believes in using an evidence based approach to manage long term health, movement, and pain through exercise in a fun and safe environment.
Tara graduated from a Bachelor of Science (Honours) at the University of Queensland in 2013 after completing studies in Exercise Science and Psychology.
Tara has a long standing involvement in sport, predominantly with rowing, having competed and coached for more than ten years. She has coordinated a number of rowing programs, which have developed her understanding of both the physical and business sides of sport and exercise.
Tara has also worked in the marketing and administration of local lifestyle programs which furthered her interest in health marketing and advertising. Tara’s experience and studies allow her to understand that a personalised, welcoming, and motivating environment is vitally important in creating the opportunity for physical well being.