Danielle holds a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, as well as a Masters degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology. She is a member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA).
Danielle is extremely passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of her clients, and bringing about positive change in their lives through exercise. She understands that each client’s interests and needs vary, which is why each exercise program is specifically designed to take into account individual medical conditions and preferences, to ensure you successfully reach your goals.
Danielle has a special interest in falls prevention, diabetes management, weight management, and improving chronic pain. She particularly enjoys working with the ageing client to achieve greater independence in their daily lives through gentle exercise.
Rochelle is very passionate about her role as an AEP and consults with many of our clients who require home visits on the Central Coast. She enjoys being able to assist our clients in regaining their movement confidence and improving their ability to complete their daily activities independently and confidently. She also enjoys interacting with our clients, hearing stories about their daily lives and being able to help them achieve their goals through exercise. Rochelle finds it extremely rewarding when clients express how proud they are when they accomplish things they didn’t think they could.
Rochelle has a particular interest in the management of type 2 diabetes, pulmonary conditions (CHF, emphysema, asthma etc), weight management, and falls prevention.
Rochelle enjoys baking and cooking, going to the gym, going to the beach, and strength and conditioning coaching for junior and senior netball teams.
Chris is a Central Coastie born and bred, growing up in Tumbi Umbi and now living at Bateau Bay. Chris has a beautiful wife Lauren, and they are proud parents to their boy Jack. His main hobbies are sports, specifically cricket and soccer which he plays locally every weekend.
His love for sport and exercise is the reason he became an Exercise Physiologist, and the main passion and enjoyment he gets from his work as an EP is helping others to maximise their quality of life through health improvement.
Chris has a special interest in exercise for diabetes management, which is why he completed his Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education in 2013. Chris loves living and working on the Central Coast and is proud to do his part to assist the members of the community in improving their health!
Chris holds a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, as well as a Masters degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology. He is a member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA).
Amy joined the Insight Exercise Physiology team in 2016, and enjoys working with clients of all ages and abilities to improve their overall health and achieve their exercise-related goals. She is grateful that her role as an AEP allows her to provide the support and guidance required following chronic illness/injury to ensure continual improvements in fitness, strength, mobility, balance and flexibility.
Amy has a particular interest in fall prevention and also neuromuscular conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and multiple sclerosis (MS).
Amy enjoys many outdoor activities such as bushwalking, going to the beach, exploring, and walking her two pugs!
Emily has three years experience working as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and seven years experience working in the health and fitness industry. During this time, she has had the opportunity to work with a range of different client types in various settings.
Emily loves working as an Exercise Physiologist as it allows her to fulfill her passion to help people live happier, healthier lives. Her great desire to help people has driven her to complete her Bachelor degree in Exercise and Sport Science as well as a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation).
Emily’s clinical interests include weight loss, diabetes management, chronic pain management, falls prevention, and working with cancer patients to assist with treatment.
Outside of work Emily enjoys travelling, yoga, spending time with family and friends and being active outdoors.
Jessica is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist graduating from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology in 2012. Jessica has 5 years experience working in private practice on the Central Coast. Her special interest is working with the ageing population. She prides herself on her ability to build strong rapport with her clientele, educating them of the importance of exercise in the prevention and management of chronic disease, injury and disability.
Jessica has a very familiar face having been involved in community service projects across the Central Coast including talks at osteoarthritis and cancer support groups, Men’s Sheds, where she established walking groups, and the Samaritans.
In her spare time Jessica enjoys spending time with her family, going for walks, and camping with her husband Gordon, little girl Charli and rottweiler Nala.