Hi, I'm Snezana. My family is from Macedonia. My mother grew up on a farm where you lived off the land, ate when you were hungry and exercise was something that you did each day as part of your tasks. You ate and moved to create a body that could look after the family, allow you to work and do what you needed to do. And while I was born in Australia, this was still the beliefs my mother passed on to me.
In Australia, my parents didn’t believe in girls being active. So I had to fight to train as a gymnast. I hid my physical abilities for a long time. But then I saw people exercising at the gym, joined them and loved it. I studied Physical Education at University and then became a secondary school teacher.
What I saw when I first became a Personal Trainer was that people didn’t see their body as something to help them achieve what they wanted every day. They had become confused about the fundamentals of exercise and health.
Nathan started his personal training career 14 years ago and has achieved elite fitness when representing Australia in the sport of Canoe Polo.
Nathan believes that your only limitations are the ones you put on yourself, and he works with compassion and authority to leave Members feeling valued and nurtured. Nathan is with a sense of empowerment after each session he delivers.
Nathan is most passionate about family and raising his three children to be kind, open-minded, respectful, and well-rounded adults who carry themselves with confidence and integrity.
In his free time, Nathan loves to go camping in the bush and re-connect with nature; it brings him a sense of calm.
Nathan began his personal training career in March 2015 with Sentience Personal Training. Nathan has had a passion for sport, health, and fitness from the age of 12, which drove him to become a Trainer and to help others feel the same.
Nathan has always had the desire to work with people and in a job that he enjoys every day.
Nathan's training philosophy is centered around balance, quality resistance training, and listening to your body's signals about nutrition and physical health.
When clients leave his sessions, Nathan prides himself on leaving Members feeling happy and confident in their own body. In his free time, Nathan trains himself regularly and enjoys cooking for the people he loves. He enjoys getting out of the fitness gear, wearing his jeans and drinking red wine (only two glasses...).
Luke became a Personal Trainer in 2013. Before that, he held a certificate in sports coaching for Martial Arts. After helping a friend lose weight, and her positive feedback, Luke became and now finds it so rewarding to watch people improve on under his guidance.
Luke grew up as an overweight kid, and it wasn't until his early 20s when he got into Martial Arts that he got taken his fitness seriously to compete. Luke's experience of growing up with low self-esteem and getting bullied and then finding a way to turn his life around through fitness has shaped the trainer he is today.
Luke is a firm believer that balance and consistency are essential.
Luke loves Martial Arts, basketball, and looking after the people he loves.
Luke wants everyone to leave his session feeling like they've taken a positive step toward progress or accomplishment.
In his free time, Luke loves to study, watch Mixed Martial Arts, cook, go on adventures, and play video games.