Founding Move Exercise Physiology in 2018, Millie is passionate about encouraging movement and improving quality of life for the local community. She graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) in 2015 from the University of South Australia. She then went on to complete her Graduate Diploma of Exercise Science in 2016 at Griffith University.

With an approachable and empathetic nature, Millie takes time with each client to help them understand their body and health to ultimately achieve their personal goals. She utilises knowledge from her Pilates matwork and reformer qualifications for individual rehabilitation and preventative management programs to improve strength and control. She has also undergone additional Oncology training to provide specialised exercise programs for individuals with a current or previous cancer diagnosis.

When not in the clinic, Millie loves spending time with her family, including her husband Chris, son Oliver, and cocker spaniel Luna. She loves spending time exploring the Barossa, finding hidden spots to dine and catching up on the latest Netflix series.



Shannon graduated from the University of South Australia in 2019 with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Honours) and has worked with the Move Exercise Physiology team since her graduation. Shannon has also worked as a Masterfit Technician at The Athlete’s Foot for 5 years, and therefore has acquired vast experience with regards to the importance of adequate footwear.

Shannon is passionate about helping people to understand the benefits of exercise for their conditions through providing a holistic and client focused approach to treatment. She enjoys listening to clients’ stories, having a good laugh, and enabling them to achieve their goals through movement. 

Shannon currently has a special interest in musculoskeletal conditions, neurological conditions, and mental health, and looks forward to further developing her clinical skills and knowledge through learning from the team at Move Exercise Physiology. 

In her free time, Shannon enjoys playing tennis and netball, hiking, and spending quality time with friends and her community.



Brad initially developed an interest in exercise physiology through his participation in various sporting and bodybuilding competitions while growing up. He then graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Honours) in 2020 at the University of South Australia.

With a special interest in musculoskeletal and cardiovascular rehabilitation, Brad enjoys working with a broad range of clientele, assisting them to achieve their health, fitness, and well-being related goals. Brad’s delivery of exercise rehabilitation is strongly supported by his background in strength and conditioning, as he prioritises both safe/corrective movement patterns, within the exercise physiology sessions. His positive attitude and outlook on life make him a hit with the clients, who enjoy the supportive environment Brad creates.

Outside of the clinic, Brad enjoys going to the gym, spending time outdoors with family and friends, and playing with his Frenchie, Archie.



Kiley found her passion when she visited an exercise oncology clinic in North America as part of her studies at the University of Canberra. This opened her up to the power of exercise and led to Kiley completing her Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2019 at the University of Western Australia.

During her time in Perth, Kiley gained experience in metabolic disease management and youth cancer survivorship. After moving to Adelaide, Kiley had the opportunity to work in an Oncology rehabilitation clinic prior to working with Move Exercise Physiology. Her special interests include oncology, metabolic diseases and mental health. Kiley’s approachable nature and extensive experience are a welcome addition to the Move EP team.

Outside of work, Kiley loves playing sport and currently plays AFL in the SANFLW. She endeavours to be happy and healthy through regular movement including hiking up mountains, swimming at the beach and exploring all the best coffee spots with her Golden Retriever, Elara.



Robyn joined Move Exercise Physiology in early 2021 with her passion for quality customer service. Her many years of experience and welcoming attitude makes her an asset to the team. Her warm smile and bright, bubbly personality makes each client feel welcomed and comfortable as they enter the clinic.

Robyn lives locally with her husband Paul, and daughters Krystal and Ashleigh. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, great coffee, watching her girls play netball and relaxing on the Murray River.