Our Instructors

Our gym has two experienced instructors with a wide range of skills and expertise. They love what they do, and they do it with passion. Paul and Tina look forward to helping you achieve your health and fitness goals.

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Paul Parker

Fitness Instructor

With over 30 years experience in the fitness industry, Paul is a dedicated trainer offering members individual programs with an emphasis on flexibility, balance, strength and conditioning. 

Paul provides motivational support, exercises for members with special requirements and other customised training programs. He has an extensive background in martial arts and self defence often incorporating these movements into his circuit training. Paul is a registered exercise professional holding a number of certificates in Sports, Recreation and Fitness. He also holds instructor certification to deliver the ‘Lift for Life’, ‘Steady Steps’ and ‘Stay Standing’ programs.

An extremely patient and supportive instructor, Paul has a great sense of humour. He shares his humour and encourages our progress. Our gym sessions are always fun, even when they are challenging!

Phone: 0439 670 629 

Tina McLaren

Fitness Instructor

A highly qualified instructor who quickly assesses where you are at with fitness and sets a program that suits your pace. 

Tina is supportive and at the same time helps members to increase their fitness at a manageable rate.  She is highly valued as a fitness instructor and a friendly face of fitness!

Tina holds a Certificate III and IV in Fitness and is currently studying Exercise Physiology. She also works locally in the aged care sector and is interested in working with people to maintain their strength and mobility as they age. Tina has gained university qualifications in Psychology and Community Development and has a genuine interest in helping people achieve their exercise goals in a relaxed, friendly community environment.

Phone: 0490 024 367


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