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 own 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. Holly’s interest in neurological and neuromuscular rehabilitation has led to her pursue Neuro Exercise Physiology. She also has a talent for working with people with disabilities and paediatric clients, making sessions fun and engaging. Holly has continued to play soccer, competing in the National Women’s Premier League and often spends weekends visiting her family back home in Stanthorpe.
Due to high demand for Neuro Exercise Physiology, Holly has limited availability to see new clients. To enquire about booking with Holly, please contact us.
Holly is a Neuro Exercise Physiologist, providing exercise prescription for conditions including:
> Multiple Sclerosis
> Motor Neuron Disease
> Cerebral Palsy
> Functional Neurological Disorder
> Parkinson’s Disease
> Acquired Brain Injuries
Holly is also extremely talented working with paediatric clients, making exercise engaging and not seem like exercise at all! Holly has helped children with both physical and mental developmental delays participate in sport and exercise, to promote both physical wellbeing and social inclusion, as well as improve their capacity for daily living activities.
Professional Development & Contributions
Oct 2019 Neurophysiological Research in the Treatment and Rehab
Oct 2019 Muscular Dystrophy & Exercise
Oct 2019 ESSA Qld State Symposium
Sep 2019 Community Exercise following Spinal Cord Injuries
Sep 2019 Working with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
July 2019 Post-operative Management Following Common Orthopaedic Hip
May 2019 Exercise and PA participation for children with disabilities
2018 Biopsychosocial and the lumbar spine
2018 StayStanding Facilitator training