Emma’s greatest interest as an EP is working with children of all abilities – to assist them achieve their goals through play-based therapy and most importantly, having fun! Emma graduated from a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2017 at the University of South Australia, following on from a Bachelor of Applied Science (Health and Human Movement). From there she worked in private practice, providing a range of clinical services in the pool and gym environment. Emma is extremely passionate about working in Paediatrics and has undertaken courses and training to specialise in the area. She also works with a wide variety of other clients presenting with various health concerns including Chronic pain, Cardiovascular Disease, POTS and CFS, Diabetes and Autism, just to name a few.

Emma has had previous experience working as an AustSwim teacher. She has also coached children of many ages in Calisthenics since 2014.

Outside of work, Emma enjoys competing in and coaching Calisthenics, spending time with family and friends and walking her 2 retired racing greyhounds, Manny and Elsie.

With Emma’s bright and bubbly personality, she works to understand her clients concerns and help them feel comfortable and confident with their exercise program. When working with children, Emma actively involves parents and other caregivers in the decision making process to get the best outcomes for the child. Above all Emma is passionate about the impact physical activity can have in improving an individual’s quality of life and helping them to achieve their goals, no matter how big or small.