DNA Health Group’s Services
Our passion is Exercise Physiology, and our team of Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) specialise in designing and delivering safe and effective exercise and healthy lifestyle behaviours for the prevention, management and treatment of a number of chronic health conditions, injuries, as well as improving your general health and quality of life.
Clinical Pilates is a technique that is based around posture, core stability, strength, flexibility and correct breathing techniques. At DNA Health Group, our private Pilates studio will enable you to undertake private (1-on-1) and semi-private (1-on-2) sessions, as well as small group matwork classes.
Group Exercise Classes
Join in the fun of exercising in a supportive group environment! We offer a variety of group exercise classes to suit all ages and fitness levels including cardiovascular disease and diabetes management, weight loss, general health and fitness, balance and falls prevention and sports performance!
Exercise For Cancer
Designed and developed by DNA Health Group, Movement Against Cancer (MAC) is an evidence-based, clinical exercise program for people currently living with cancer and cancer survivors. MAC aims to increase the quality and quantity of life in people with cancer by guiding participants through an appropriate set of activities specifically tailored to improve treatment and health outcomes.
Are you looking for the optimal Personal Trainer? Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists have the knowledge and experience to help you achieve your results SAFELY and EFFECTIVELY. So, if you’re wanting to improve your fitness, lose weight or improve your general health, and need some extra motivation, support and guidance; who better to choose than one of DNA’s Exercise Physiologists?
The Life! program supports you to take control of your life, teaching you how to adopt healthy behaviours and a more active lifestyle to reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Research shows that Type 2 diabetes can be prevented in 58% of cases.