Louisa is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with extensive experience in community health and disability, specifically cerebral palsy.
She is driven to ensure that people of all abilities experience inclusion, and aims to inspire healthy movement outside of ‘therapy’ and a clinic environment.
As a Clinical Educator at a tertiary level, she is passionate about educating clients and families and supporting them to move towards positive lifestyle changes.
Louisa was a dancer through her childhood before exploring martial arts and then CrossFit. She appreciates movement, coordination and the freedom you experience when your body moves to the best of its ability. Physical activity has always been a large part of her lifestyle and that of her family, and it’s certainly no exception now with Daniel by her side.
When not working, you will likely find Louisa alongside Daniel (husband) camping and exploring the outdoors by either four wheel drive or hiking with their son. Weekend activities always revolve around an outdoor mini adventure.
- Working with children and young adults with neurological conditions (eg. Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, etc)
- Bachelor of Exercise Science (ACU)
- Masters of Clinical exercise Physiology (ACU)
- Graduate Certificate in International Health (Curtin university)