• Body Sculpting
  • Boxing
  • Fitness
  • Functional Fitness
  • Resistance Training
  • Weight Loss


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Is it really a case of "no pain, no gain?"

Evan Hawkey

It’s a common saying, that without persisting through pain you will receive no gains. I’d like to challenge that assumption. I’ll start with a rebuttal of “Work smarter, not harder.” You could present for your massage with some tight, sore muscles and get an absolute pummeling. This may or may not solve your problem, it won’t be fun, it may cause post-massage soreness for days and most importantly, aggressive techniques increase the chances of making an injury or condition worse. With massage, your therapist can often work smarter, not harder and achieve great results.


YouTube videos

  • My first dj video...playing to my strengths;)
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    Active In Wellness
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    Deadlift technique-learning tool:)

About me

Exercise Science degree 2006 -RMIT.
Pro Cert positive psychology 2017- melb uni
VET trainer and assessor. 10 years exp in fitness industry. Exercise prescription and training sessions that are designed specifically to achieve desired body composition outcomes. Sessions are motivating, fun and varied, and will likely incorporate the use of equipment such as; boxing, kettlebells, and suspension training. This also means learning how to perform exercises and drills correctly -(Even perfectly:)) -My standard and guarantee:)