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ABOUT US

In todays busy world it has become harder and harder to find the time to take care of our health. We are spending more hours working behind our desk, sleeping less and struggle to eat healthy food impacting on our quality of life.

 

This is why we created Better Being, to help you in becoming your best self.

 

From individuals to businesses the principles for success remain the same, we focus on our 4 pillars of performance – mindset, movement, nutrition and recovery.

THE TEAM

Greg Stark – Founder & Director

BSc Sport & Exercise Sc.

Greg started his career working with elite athletes and now shares those secrets in how you can achieve peak performance. Today Greg continues to support the health and wellbeing of leading corporate executives across Australia. He conducts workshops for large multinational companies such as PricewaterhouseCoopers and Herbert Smith Freehills. He educates personal trainers into becoming exercise professionals and regularly contributes to national media including Mens Health, Sky Business, CEO Magazine and Sporteluxe. Greg was awarded the 2011 Fitness Australia, Australian Exercise Professional of the Year.

Paul Mulligan – PT, Melbourne

BSc Exercise & Sport Sc.

Paul began his career in personal training with a fascination in the body brain connection. Paul became alarmed about the rate of suicide among Australian farmers, so he helped develop a healthy lifestyle program, the Man Shed.

Paul has always had a keen interest in sport particularly rugby and has since moved towards working with elite athletes at Tennis Australia and the Melbourne Storm. Today Paul brings these principles of high performance and delivers them to business leaders. With over 15 years experience in the industry Paul is also responsible for the mentoring personal trainers in order to improve the quality and education of the fitness industry. Paul is driven by the desire to learn and be able to give back to the community.

James Masters – PT, Brisbane

BSc. Exercise & Sport Sc. (Hons)

Jimmy has a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (Honours) degree from the University of Queensland, and is currently completing a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the same University. Jimmy’s key interest is in strength and conditioning and combining his knowledge with his current physiotherapy studies to improve all facets of fitness with his clients.

 

With a focus on athletic development, Jimmy believes that many aspects of training athletes can be scaled to his clients to provide effective, enjoyable programs that are individualised and can achieve specific fitness goals.

Nathan Russell – PT, Sydney

BSc. Exercise & Sport Sc. (Hons)

Nathan has recently moved to Sydney from Brisbane and is settling into the busier lifestyle. Nathan has a full training schedule himself, aiming to play professional rugby in the future.

 

He recently graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science (Honours) from the University of Queensland. Having been involved in elite level sporting teams as both an athlete and staff member, Nathan is looking to share the principles of the elite sporting world to help clients achieve their goals.

Ally Orr – PT, Sydney

BSc. Exercise & Sport Sc.

As a competitive Brazilian jiu-jitsu player with a strong understanding of functional movements and technical details, she brings a different perspective to strength and conditioning. She aims to make everyone feel as though they are an athlete, pursuing improvement in every session.

 

As a coach, Ally has experience working with a variety of populations; from new mothers to combat sports athletes. She is extremely interested in optimising human performance through exploring different methods of exercise, sleep and nutrition and plans to study these areas in the future.

Lachlan Border- PT, Brisbane

BSc. Exercise & Sport Sc. (Hons)

Lachlan graduated with a Bachelor or Exercise and Sports Science (Honours) from the University of Queensland.

 

He has had experience working in a high performance setting developing elite athletes, as well as helping schoolboy athletes achieve their sport specific goals through relevant strength and conditioning coaching. Lachlan believes the strategies used in these settings can be applied to anyone looking to become fitter and healthier.

Jason Rooney – PT, Sydney

BSc. Exercise Sc. Dip. Ed

Jason graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Australian Catholic University with a desire to improve the health of youth in schools. He ultimately found himself in boutique studio environments for the past 10 years where he could help youth, but more importantly the parents to provide a positive, healthy home environment.

 

Making himself part of their journey has made him a part of many families and Jason looks forward to being involved in his clients’ journey at Better Being.

Samantha Chia – PT, Sydney

BSc. Exercise Physiology

With experience in multiple areas of the health industry, working with people of all ages and with different conditions and goals, Samantha’s aim is to work with the client to accomplish their goals and provide them with the understanding and foundation for a healthy and active lifestyle.

 

Her training programs are functional, adaptable and enjoyable, based on the latest scientific evidence and tailored specifically to the individual in order to produce the most optimal results with minimal risk of injury. She believes that success takes hard work and discipline but seeing results makes it all worth it in the end.

Matt Werner – PT, Sydney

BSc. Exercise Physiology

Matt is originally from a small rural town one hour north of Cairns and loves the quiet country life. Matt is constantly looking for ways to excel in his sport of middle distance running and is aiming for the 2020 Olympic games.

 

He graduate with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical) at James Cook University Townsville. He has an in depth knowledge on dealing with many health conditions particularly injury rehabilitation. As a very goal driven person he wants to help all clients  achieve their goals no matter how big or small they are.