Eurobodalla Health and Fitness - Clinic Moruya


Eurobodalla Health and Fitness - Clinic Moruya

Practitioners at this location

Grace Cordy

Exercise Physiologist

Grace completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at the University of Wollongong in 2021. She is passionate about the role of exercise in management of chronic disease & enjoys working with a diverse range of individuals. She takes pride in the opportunity to delivery safe and effective exercise interventions that empower individuals to take ownership of their health. On the weekend you will find Grace playing netball, at yoga or enjoying the sunshine.
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Mr Aden Reynolds

Exercise Physiologist

Aden is a strong believer in exercise and education as medicine for positive health and lifestyle change. His clinical focus is on oncology and cardiac rehabilitation having completed a Masters of Cancer Sciences at the University of Melbourne. He currently works in both our Moruya and Batemans Bay clinics. Aden is regularly seen out on the road cyling or occasionally on the beach bowling a mean leg break.

Mr Hamish Gorman

Exercise Physiologist

After working in multidisciplinary allied health clinics across Sydney, Hamish has chosen to bring his expertise in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic disease management to the south coast. Hamish is an ESSA accredited Exercise Physiologist and Cycling Coach, He enjoys riding both on the road and in the bush as well as the occasional surf. Hamish employs his musculoskeletal rehabilitation and strength training background working closely with other allied health providers to help a diverse range of populations in their quest for better health. He is able to provide services though Medicare, Private health insurance, DVA, Workers Compensation, CTP as well as for Private clients looking to improve their health and fitness.

Mr Jesse Smith

Exercise Physiologist

My Name is Jesse, and I am an Exercise Physiologist. I studied at the University of Canberra and Graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation in 2021. I grew up in nearby Ulladulla and decided that after completing University I wanted to move back home to the beautiful South Coast to begin my EP career. I’ve always been active and have enjoyed sport, so I wanted to pursue a career where I could share my passion for exercise and health, once I stumbled upon the profession of exercise physiology, I knew that’s exactly wanted to do! What I love about exercise physiology is that I get to share my passion for health and fitness with people from all walks of life. I believe that exercise can be used as a tool to manage and treat various conditions and injuries. I find it very rewarding to be able to give people these tools so that they may live a happier and healthier lifestyle.
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Ms Keelie Humphries

Exercise Physiologist

Keelie’s passion to help people, mixed with her own personal experience around injury rehabilitation as well as her passion for sport, drove her to pursue Exercise Physiology as a career. Keelie completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at the University of Wollongong in 2019. Following this, Keelie worked in Sydney before making a lifestyle change and moved to the beautiful Bay! Keelie is driven to help people become the best versions of themselves by supporting them through their journey and the physical and mental challenges they may be facing.
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Ms Sophie Dunn

Exercise Physiologist

Sophie is an Exercise Physiologist who has developed a passion for neurological conditions & chronic disease management. Sophie thoroughly enjoys helping others to reach their full potential and aims to use the latest evidence-based practice to provide clients with the tools needed to reach their goals. She has grown up playing a variety of sports and loves all activities outdoors.
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Shannan White

Exercise Physiologist

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Tim Hughes

Exercise Physiologist

Exercise Physiologist My areas of keen interest include musculoskeletal and cardiac rehabilitation