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Staff

Lauren McDougall
Director & Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (University of South Australia)
Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies (Flinders University).
Masters by Research candidate (UniSA) - 'Exploring changes in psychosocial and functional performance for children and adolescents with Cerebral Palsy with 12-weeks of FrameRunning' 

Jacinta Trudinger
Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (with Honours) (University of South Australia)

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Kyle McKay

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (with honours) (University of South Australia)

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Since a young age, I have always shared a strong passion for living an active lifestyle, something that I am now lucky enough to join others in their journey to reach their potential. Physical activity can be so unique, and the modes enjoyed can vastly differ between individuals. I love that as an EP, I can assist others in finding their ‘what’ in relation to exercise, and most importantly, their ‘why’. The beauty of Exercise Physiology is that we not only get to witness the improvements in the physical capacity of each participant, but also the benefits physical activity can elicit in confidence, mental health and other psychosocial factors. Being able to reflect on the beginning of each individual’s journey to present time is a beautiful experience and something I am so grateful I am able to be a part of.

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