Millie is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) in 2015 from the University of South Australia. She then went on to complete a Graduate Diploma of Exercise Science in 2016 at Griffith University. Millie’s clinical interests include exercise and cancer, mental health and women’s health.
Millie is an accredited Pilates Matwork and Reformer instructor and implements the Pilates method in individual rehabilitation and preventative management programs to improve strength and control. She has undergone additional oncology training to provide specialised exercise programs for individuals with a current or previous cancer diagnosis. Millie offers exercise physiology services to promote self-management of chronic conditions and injuries. Services include supervised 1-on-1 exercise sessions, Type 2 Diabetes Group Classes, Oncology Group Classes, Exercise Rehabilitation classes, Veterans Exercise Classes and Clinical Pilates classes.
Using her wide range of knowledge, Millie is passionate about encouraging quality movement through exercise prescription to help clients understand their body and health to ultimately achieve their personal goals. In her spare time, Millie enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and travelling around the world.
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Originally from Western Victoria, Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science in 2014 from the University of Ballarat. The following year she went on to complete a Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology through Federation University (formally University of Ballarat). Since moving to Adelaide in 2016 Sarah has worked in both gym and private practice settings focusing on exercise prescription for both healthy and chronic disease populations.
Sarah has undergone further education in musculoskeletal screening for muscle and motor control imbalances. Sarah enjoys working with clients in both one-on-one and in group environments, with a keen interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She aims to understand each client and the barriers they may face while improving their quality of life.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys playing Aussie Rules for Greenacres Women’s Football Club, watching all things sport related, sampling good food and wine, listening to true crime podcasts and visiting family back on the farm.
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Brooke graduated from the University of South Australia in 2018 with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Since graduating, Brooke has worked predominately in GP clinics and gym-based settings focusing on exercise prescription and delivery for a range of chronic conditions and injuries.
Brooke has a passion for helping people and is dedicated to delivering a client centered and individualized approach to treatment. She enjoys motivating clients to adopt more active lifestyles in order for them to reach their health and fitness goals.
Brooke currently has a special interest in weight management, metabolic conditions and musculoskeletal conditions, and is looking forward to further expanding her knowledge and clinical skillset through learning from the team at Move Exercise Physiology.
In her free time Brooke enjoys running, hiking, cooking and spending time with her family.