Meet The Team
Building resilience is a fundamental factor of becoming strong. This I've learned the hard way by smashing my body with sport in my younger years and never really giving it the respect it deserved when the injuries came along. I learnt to ignore the pain and continue on striving towards my goals, until I lost the ability to walk and the use of my hands. I was no longer "response-able" = "dis-abled" and it's taken years to rectify all the wrong I was doing.
I've travelled the world seeking wisdom from some of the best strength coaches, practitioners, movement specialists and every day no bodies to finally understand how my pain, my strength and my body. This is what I do for people today and I feel blessed to have learned the lessons I have. I have specialised knowledge in Rehabilitation & Strength techniques using Kettlebell & Barbell training from which I draw to help people understand their pain and turn it into their strength.
It starts with a simple conversation.
Coach & Founder Jason Dick
As a kid I was pretty inactive and quite overweight until I started training with my first coach at 16 years old. The changes I made to my life really had a huge impact on me and it was all because of that initial guidance I received. That's what pushed me to be a coach and I was further inspired by my experience in working with clients in pain and seeing the impact that you can make on peoples lives.
Coaching is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done, the life changing impact a good coach can have on people, not just physically but also emotionally and mentally, is what drives me every day.
Coach Jason A
My passion for keeping healthy started the same way it did for many others – playing sport growing up. I played a wide range of sports from 4 years old up until my early 20’s and then in 2003 I certified as Personal Trainer, purely out of personal interest – I really hadn’t considered it a long-term career at that stage. I worked in the building trade where I saw guys with broken bodies from their work, drug & alcohol issues and bad relationships in general. It wasn’t long before I decided I didn’t want to become like some of the folks I’d come across so in 2010 I changed careers and started working in the Health & Fitness industry and haven’t looked back.
I genuinely love being part of an industry that allows me to lead a healthy lifestyle and be a positive role model for the people around me, and this is what gets me out of bed at crazy O’clock 6 days of the week. Especially with a young family – I’m far from perfect but I’m trying to be the best mentor I can be.
In about 2013 I found kettlebells and the enjoyment of trying to master a movement or skill pattern reminded me of training for sport. This is why I personally enjoy strength training and in particular the incorporation of kettlebells in my training. With kettlebell, barbell & calisthenic training, the & theres no hiding from bad technique. These tools will highlight any weaknesses you may have, which lets you know what you need to work on to become stronger and move more effectively.
Massage Therapist Rebecca
Coming from an active, athletic upbringing, maintaining a good balance and staying fit and healthy has always been important to me.
I've always been fascinated by the human body and what it was capable of.
I used to be quite a shy girl, after starting in the fitness and wellness industry over five years ago, I have gained more confidence in myself. I absolutely love helping people find their balance, gain confidence in themselves and reach their full potential too.
Over the last 5 years, I've met, trained and massaged many amazing people who now move better and are happier, fitter and stronger. I believe massaging is such an incredible tool in relieving aches and pains, injury prevention and recovery helping you to train longer and more efficiently.