Fit For Life is a ‘Registered NDIS Provider’. We are experts at delivering clinical exercise prescription and lifestyle modification guidance. We proficiently and politely combine our expertise to inspire, educate and motivate our clients as they face new obstacles and strive for change to get the most out of their lives.
We offer one-on-one exercise physiology and pilates group sessions to meet individual needs.
We open our studio just for NDIS clients at set times to create a safe and comfortable atmosphere.
Our clients will see outcomes of improved balance, mobility, flexibility, weight control, social skill and quality of life from regular exercise with us.
“I have been a client at Fit For Life since December 2018.
I lived with social anxiety and OCD that kept her housebound for almost 2 years.
When I first meet Vic, I felt comfortable and relaxed and the studio offered a safe place to be.
I enjoy attending both personal training and Pilates classes every week to increase my strength and my mental state of mind.
I am also allowed to bring my dog to the sessions which makes it more enjoyable, and I now feel mentally stronger.”
Darren has been living with anxiety, major depression and bipolar disorder for a number of years.
He participates in our outdoor community and recreational activities to increase his social interaction and confidence.
Andrew trains with us to improve and maintain his strength, mobility, flexibility, and balance to assist him in his everyday challenges with ‘ASD’.
“Andrew has been coming to Fit For Life since February 2019, for some help with his lower leg and ankle problems and to improve his general fitness for his work as a gardener – funded through his NDIS plan.
He has an Intellectual Disability and Autism. He really enjoys his exercise sessions and is showing steady improvement, which has also been noticed by his physiotherapist.
He finds it a relaxed and comfortable environment in which to do his training. Vic has a very calm and gentle manner and is very reassuring during the exercise sessions so that Andrew does not feel anxious. Vic varies the exercises each session to match Andrew’s progress and his general mood
on the day, which keeps Andrew interested but also challenged and working very hard overall.”
Alexis has partial blindness and balance issues due to a neurological problem and has been participating in our NDIS exercise physiology program for the last 6 months. She likes her boxing coordination sessions which have improved her core strength & balance participating in our Pilates classes.
“I’ve been at Fit For Life for 6 months, doing Pilates and Personal Training and I absolutely love it! Everyone is super friendly and knowledgeable, and highly motivated. My favorite day is leg day. Everyone that works there is extraordinary.”