What is customised coaching?  With all of our clients we like to talk to you and find out what you want to achieve and come up with a plan to get you there.  With our customised coaching we have far greater control over training variables.  For example we can run session when the gym is not open to the public so we have some control over noise, lights and other things that can overload a sensitive sensory system.  Maybe you have some social anxiety or you need a few sessions to boost your confidence before jumping into one of our classes.  Perhaps you want to try a few different things like lifting weights, boxing and kickboxing to see what you like best.

These one on one sessions also allow us to modify midsession if we need.  Maybe it’s a bit difficult to focus today or you thought you wanted to box but now you want to lift some weights.  Alternatively maybe you are someone who like structure and routine, in which case we can make these sessions predictable and give you a schedule so you know what to expect.

These sessions can greatly improve confidence and mental health.  Moving your body causes the release of feel good hormones like dopamine and serotonin.  We are also there to offer support and someone to talk to who has a lot of life experience and if we can’t help we are in touch with many excellent healthcare providers in our local area.

Although these session are more expensive that our group training we find we can achieve a lot in a fairly small amount of time because the session is all about you.  If this seems like some thing you might be interested in please contact us for a free consultation here .

Kirsty & Pat both have police clearances, working with children checks and many years of experience.  Pat has worked as a paramedic for over 10 years so has a wealth of knowledge and an excellent bedside manner.  He is confident and patient and a great role model within the community.

Kirsty is the mother of a young woman with autism and a brain injury and loves thinking outside the box when working with kids and adults who need a fully customised approach.  She has over 15 years’ experience in the gym and has been providing support for people in the community for over a decade.  She is caring and supportive and understands how complex training programs (and life in general) can be for our unique souls.

Kirsty and Pat have also been working with F.A.C.A.A for the past 8 years providing free training and support for victims of child abuse and domestic violence.  TSG provide the hands on training and F.A.C.A.A provide free training equipment for eligible clients.

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There are a few reasons why we charge extra.  Firstly we include reports and we need to lodge invoices every time you train, this takes time.  Secondly the sessions often require more planning or sometimes need to take place outside of our normal operating hours.  Finally these customised sessions are paid directly to our trainers who then pay their own insurance, GST and tax.

Yes.  We are happy to invoice your service provider after your session or provide you with a tax invoice.

Yes.  We charge for the time you book us for.  For example if you book for an hour but only do 40 minutes you still pay for the hour.  The reason for this is simple, we block out that time for you and don’t book any other PT’s in.  If you can’t finish the whole session though we are happy to do some stretching, relaxation or even just spend some time chatting with you.

Yes you can. We like to sit down with you before you come in and come up with a plan that has everything you want in it.  Just be aware sometimes we won’t be able to change mid sessions.  For example lifting after stretching could increase your risk of injury.

The shortest PT sessions we do is generally 30 minutes, however with very young children or beginners we can start with 20 minutes.  90 minutes is usually the maximum session we offer especially for one on one training as anything over that causes too much fatigue.

You should discuss this with your service provider or check out this link  here.  In our experience some equipment (especially specialised equipment) can be claimed on you NDIS.

Yes.  In fact we even allow carers to participate in classes of free if they are supporting someone.  We aim to provide you with all the tools to succeed including having the appropriate support network with you.

Yes it is.  If you are coming please let us know in advance if you need wheelchair access.  For upstairs access is through the front door.  Downstairs access if via the side door.  We will make sure the side door is open if we know you are coming.  Please note that the driveway and access areas are gravel but it is hard gravel not soft.

The short answer is yes we will do our very best to accommodate you in any classes.  We are a full free weights gym and so some classes may not be suitable or safe for everyone but we can definitely get you in and do our best to find a way to support you in whatever classes you are interested in.

Got more questions? Check out our FAQ’s page or contact us.  We would love to hear from you.