About Us

Our Process & Philosophy

Our primary concern is to make sure your training is appropriate for your body.  The program we create for you is unique to your goals, commitment, injuries, current and past fitness experience, and so on. We want you training at a level that helps you reach your goals both quickly, and safely.

Our Trainers

We have over 25 years of personal training experience collectively.  Over this time, we've run thousands of sessions with a variety of clients ranging from elite athletes to elderly grandparents recovering from injury.

We continually upskill ourselves and work with leading fitness professionals from around the world to ensure we're at the forefront of exercise physiology.  By continually providing the most effective training methods, we ensure that you get results whilst stay interested in your training sessions.

Emma Laitala

Emma has been a personal trainer for over 12 years. She has a background in genetic science, psychology and martial arts.

As a mother of two, Emma understands the challenges that women face in maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle. She specializes in helping people who are new to exercise, returning after a break or after having a baby. Emma's clients come in all shapes, sizes and ages. What they have in common is the desire to develop a regular exercise habit and challenge themselves like never before.

Emma has a passion for functional training and is qualified as a Functional Patterns Instructor (Cert I). This means helping you increase fitness, improve strength, correct postural imbalances and move better with less pain so that you can live a more productive and enjoyable life.

Emma is also an accredited wellness coach. Through coaching, she gives her clients tools to address the behaviours that stop them living a healthy lifestyle. She helps them develop sustainable habits across exercise, diet and stress management so they can enjoy happier, healthier lives.

Michael Wheeler

Michael has worked in the fitness industry for over 10 years, including 18 months as a Personal Training Manager. As one of Australia's few certified kettlebell teachers, Michael trains other personal trainers in using kettlebells effectively as part of their training programs.

Michael specializes in working with people who are already doing some form of exercise but want to push themselves further - whether training for an event, building strength, or simply bringing more variety and fun into their fitness routine.

Michael's interest in exercise grew out of his work with his daughter, who has a physical disability. Helping his daughter lead a more fulfilled life meant delving deep into the latest research on how the body works. Michael uses the knowledge he has gained to tailor exercise programs for people with other physical challenges, such as serious back injuries.

Chat with Emma about your fitness needs today - 0415 176 190.

Our Studio


Our spacious training studio contains all the equipment you need for a fun, varied, full-body workout:

CABLES: Cables are a unique kind of functional equipment, in that you can perform exercise with minimal shear force through the spine. This makes cable exercises perfect for people with back injuries. Working with cables will improve core strength, flexibility, and total body strength.

20 METRE RUNNING TRACK: An Olympic quality running track perfect for those who are preparing for a beep test as part of a physical entrance exam for the Police Force or Defence Force, or for improving sports performance or general conditioning.

KETTLEBELLS: Kettlebells are a deceptively simple piece of equipment, yet they incorporate a full suite of cardiovascular, resistance and weight control benefits. They will improve strength, stamina, flexibility and core strength.

CLUBBELLS: The clubbell is a bit like a kettlebell in that it has a displaced centre of mass but because of the leverage created by its length and weight, is unparalleled in its efficacy for developing shoulders, wrists and grip strength. The Clubbell is an excellent shoulder rehabilitation tool because it develops strength, endurance and flexibility through extreme ranges of motion. It will also develop rotator cuff strength and is therefore a must for anyone serious about their golf, cricket, swimming, tennis, baseball, squash, wrestling, baseball or martial arts.

SWISSBALL: Using a Swissball will improve posture, balance and core strength. It will also increase muscle strength, endurance and flexibility.

BOSU: A Bosu looks like a Swissball cut in half. Bosu training is about expanding movement capabilities, reshaping bodies and strengthening minds. It's used for training balance, enhancing flexibility and core strength, building total body strength, and fineā€tuning skills for sport.

FREE WEIGHTS: Training with free weights improves strength. Unlike machines, free weights allow for a full range of movement, which in turn improves flexibility.

Call or message Emma to discuss your training needs today - 0415 176 190.

Studio Offers



Get Started: 3 x one-on-one personal training sessions for $69.


Bring A Friend: 3 x two-on-one personal training sessions for $117.





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