Louise Cooper, B.Sp.Ex.Sc., Post Grad Dip Ex. Phys. (Clinical),Exercise and Sports Science Member
Louise graduated from James Cook University in 2012 with a bachelor of sport and exercise science and post graduate diploma in clinical exercise physiology. Since then she has gained extensive knowledge in treating a variety of conditions through working in a number of healthcare settings in Cairns and on the Tablelands. Her belief is that knowledge is power and aims to empower patients to take control of their own health through education and exercise prescription. Her passion is working with mums to be, assiting new mums to return to exercise and also working with individuals with diabetes.
Louise enjoys spending time with her husband and young family, all outdoor activities; particularly camping and hiking and loves cooking!
Kama Pearce, B Ex Physiol Clin, Exercise Sports Science Member
When life takes over it is easy to put our health and, ultimately, our wellness on the backburner. Kama’s desire is to be able to provide people with a mechanism to empower themselves to take back control of their health through exercise prescription. The flow on effects from accumulating those bits in order to acquire long term gains is also undeniable, whether clients are looking to improve health concerns or to simply feel better to live a more wholesome life Kama will find the exercise for the individual.
Kama also completed her studies in Exercise Physiology (Clinical) from James Cook University, Cairns. She has experience in both the public and private sector. She has lived in Cairns for close to 20 years and also overseas. She is now a true local, who understands the locals and what it is to be a local (wherever you may be from). Kama is passionate about all areas of exercise physiology and encompasses the mind, the body, and the soul in her approach by relating to the individual.
Ben Collins B Ex Physiol Clin, Exercise Sports Science Australia Member
Our newest team member is straight out of the starting blocks, after graduating in 2018 from James Cook University with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical). Ben is a Cairns local who has seen how healthcare can play a key role in assisting members of the community to live a happier and healthier lives.Ben places a huge importance on education and health promotion and is looking forward to educating the community on how regular exercise can improve health. Ben lives an active lifestyle by playing soccer in the local league and enjoys weekends away camping and fishing.