NDIS Exercise Physiology

Support for All Ages, Abilities, and Conditions – Support & Tools To Manage and Improve Your Quality of Life

registered NDIS provider

No waitlist

We keep our wait times low so you can get the support as soon as possible.


Safety First

Your safety is our priority. We work to understand your unique challenges and aim to help you access the support you need. 

disability experience

Experienced in Disability

Experienced EPs that are knowledgeable in a range of conditions and provide exceptional care.

value for money

Best value

Get the best value for your funding with our 1:1 sessions and individualised programs targeted to help you reach your own personal goals.


Do I have the right funding?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a fund designed to support people living with disability. If you have funds allocated to Capacity Building in your plan, you may be able to access Exercise Physiology services.

Alternatively, if you do not have Capacity Building funding, you may be able to access some funding from your Core Support budget.

You may also request a plan review with your local NDIS area coordinator to discuss making changes to your funding plan. 

Fill out our easy online referral form below or call our team to get started.

Exercise Physiology Benefits



Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Exercise Physiology can be accessed under the Capacity Building category of NDIS funding. If you have the Improved Daily Living category or the Improved Health and Wellbeing category you can allocate some of those funds to EP. 

In addition, you may also be able to access EP under your Core Funding category. If you have the Assistance with Daily Life category, those funds may be allocated to EP as well.

We keep our wait times low so you can get support as soon as possible. You can expect to see an EP within 1-2 days depending on your availability.

Every session is different, but we will always start with a mental health check-in. We believe mental health is a strong component to your overall wellness – this is why we focus both on your mental and physical health prior to starting your program for the session. We take into account all aspects of your health to ensure we prescribe the safest and most effective programs possible. 

If required, we may do measurements such as blood pressure or pain levels. These will be completed both pre- and post-exercise.  All sessions will commence with a warm-up, whether it is cardiovascular exercise, dynamic exercises, or mobility work to increase muscle activation and blood flow. Warming up will reduce your risk of injury.

A structured program will be prescribed, consisting of various exercises aimed at achieving your goals. Each session will be different as we try to prescribe a variety of exercises that are fun and challenging. Your session will finish with stretching to reduce muscle soreness post-session.

Yes! We accept a wide variety of private health funds for EP. You will need to contact your private health fund to determine your coverage.

Anytime! You can see an EP even if you are healthy and want personal training sessions.

We see an extensive range of people including people who are going through cancer treatment, recovering from injuries, pre -and post-surgery clients, and people who want to improve their level of independence at home.

Depending on your reason for attending, you can see results as early as the first session. However, we typically see results in 2 to 6 weeks.

Please note that a cancellation policy is in place. Should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please give us 24 hours notice or you may be charged a cancellation fee. You can contact us here and speak to our team.

Thank you for your consideration.

We recommend seeing your EP a minimum of once per week. However, 2 or 3 sessions per week is ideal to get maximum results from your treatment. 

EPs are trained extensively in the management of injuries and chronic diseases. They have a four-year university degree, specialising in human anatomy and biomechanics.

Even though we specialise in medium- to high-risk clientele, we are qualified to assist everyone with their exercise journeys. As an EP, we can tailor programs to suit the individual patient’s needs, not just generic programs.

For your exercise session:

  • Wear closed-in athletic shoes and socks
  • Bring a water bottle and sports towel if you desire
  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely as you may be asked to perform a range of movements
  • Proof of Covid-19 vaccination and photo ID (This is a WA mandated requirement)
  • Any information provided by your doctor in regards to any specific conditions you have