Our Team


Founding director of O2 Active, Caitlin Hunt, has over 20 years of experience in the exercise physiology, health and fitness industries working with a vast range of clientele including paediatrics, youth, adults and aged care.

Caitlin graduated UWA with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Exercise and Health Science, and is recognised as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) through Exercise Sports Science Australia (ESSA). After finishing her tertiary studies, she went on to train in Pilates, Flow-Yoga, Yin Yoga Teacher Training, Tai Chi, meditation and continued her extensive Ballet and Dance training that began at the age of 4. Prior to O2 Active, Caitlin founded Silhouette Dance Studio and has more than 25 years of experience working in movement with youth and paediatrics. Caitlin remains heavily involved with the UWA Advisory Group for the Masters in Exercise Physiology.

Her key areas of expertise include rehabilitation and management of chronic pain and medical conditions, supporting adults, youth and paediatrics with autism, physical disabilities, neuro-developmental disabilities or developmental delays, health and lifestyle interventions and preventions, women’s health, and pre and post-operative rehabilitation.

Caitlin ensures the team at O2 Active continues to grow and develop with the needs of Perth’s evolving economy and has successfully maintained it as one of Perth’s most respected, professional and reliable exercise physiology and wellness companies.


Jess is one of our accredited exercise physiologists (AEPs). She graduated with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology and completed a Bachelor of Science (Sport Science & Physiology) from the University of Western Australia. In additions she has completed her Zenergy Kids Yoga Teacher Training.

She is extremely passionate about health and fitness and a national sportswoman, having represented WA in both soccer and martial arts. Jess is a second dan black belt in Taekwondo which took her 7 years to achieve, she then moved to Brazillian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and mixed martial arts. She is now the state champion in BJJ and has won gold in the 2017 & 2018 WA State Championships.

She is experienced in clinical rehabilitation (musculoskeletal, cardiac, metabolic, stroke and cancer), personal training and group fitness, specialising in boxing, boxilates, osteoporosis balance, martial arts/self-defence, HIIT boot camps and kids yoga. Jess aims to motivate clients to live healthy and active lifestyles, she enjoys watching clients develop in a fun, positive and supportive environment.


 Kalypso is one of our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP’s) who joined the team whilst on her university placement. She has since graduated with a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology and a Bachelor of Science double major in Sports Science & Exercise and Health from the University of Western Australia.

Kalypso has always been an advocate for movement as throughout her youth she was involved in a plethora of sports, but found an interest in rugby, netball and particularly basketball where she represented the University of Western Australia and the Women’s State Basketball League.

She is experienced in clinical rehabilitation, strength and conditioning and sport coaching with various populations. Her sporting background has caused a special interest in both high-performance athletes and NDIS youth, in particular areas of injury management, movement for youth or pediatrics with disabilities,  the mental health sector and encouraging youth sport participation.

Kalypso loves sharing the relationship she has with movement with her clients and being able to assist them to discover and develop their own.


Alicia is one of our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) as well as Strength & Conditioning Coaches. She graduated with a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology and completed a Bachelor of Science (Exercise, Sport and Rehabilitation Science) from Curtin University.

Alicia is experienced in clinical rehabilitation (musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiac, neurological, pregnancy and cancer), acute injury management and injury prevention. Through working with Subiaco Football Club and Kidz ‘n Sport, Alicia is very passionate about pre-school, adolescent and youth development. She has a special interest in high performance youth and in paediatrics in the disability sector. She enjoys helping individuals reach the sporting potential, return to their desired sport post injury as well as improving their skill development and overall quality of life.

Alicia has represented WA and Australia in the National and World Championships for sailing. As well as keeping physically active, Alicia also enjoys working on her mental health by meditating and going for walks along the coast.


Georgi is a physically active person, participating and competing in sport from a young age. She grew up understanding the importance of a physically active and healthy lifestyle, and it is something she is very passionate about. As a teenager, she competed in swimming and hockey at an elite level, an experience which taught her a great deal of responsibility and discipline. Since her teenage years she found a joy in participating in CrossFit in her spare time. She likes to be disciplined and enjoys challenging herself with new targets that she sets her sights on. Her competitive nature means that she can’t resist the friendly rivalry with other like-minded CrossFit devotees.

Currently completing her Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Curtin university, she is particularly interested in ways in which exercise can be used as a modality of treatment regarding cardiovascular, metabolic, musculoskeletal health, and other complex and chronic conditions. She has a passion for sport and physical literacy and enjoys helping people succeed in their physical pursuits as a result of her influence. She finds great satisfaction in watching people achieve their physical movement goals, whether they are big or small. 


Amy Ross

 After discovering a passion for fitness while studying Psychology at UWA, Amy recently commenced Sports Science Exercise Rehabilitation Science studies at Curtin University. With an original goal to enter Sport Psychology, her love of everything health and fitness made her reconsider her study choice and felt as though Exercise Physiology was more of an appropriate choice.

Amy is involved in competing her horses in dressage, she involves herself in non-competitive running and strength and conditioning.

Having so many influential coaches and role models in her life, Amy appreciates that the fitness journey is often the most successful when supported and pushed by those leading examples and finds its important to be constantly pursuing goals. Amy strives to be a coach that can help the PLC teachers and girls towards any personal fitness ambitions they have and share their journey. She is a valued addition to our team as a strength and conditioning coach and an allied health assistant.

Julian Janssen

Julian is an accredited exercise physiologist. He completed his studies in Exercise Science & Health at UWA and subsequently completed a Masters degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology. This has skilled him in both high performance disciplines and exercise rehabilitation for a wide range of chronic conditions and sporting related injuries.

His early years involved competitive swimming at a state level before adopting triathlons during his tertiary studies, and has settled into the area of road cycling and strength training at present.

Julian takes a holistic person-centred approach to exercise, where the biopsychosocial domains of health that comprise the individual are recognised and supported. His keen interests for all aspects of training and healthy movement, combined with personal application of the knowledge backing his sessions, complement his goal of helping people realise their own potential day in and out.


Tim first joined O2 Active while doing his Prac placement for his Masters in Exercise Physiology at UWA . He is currently completing his honours at UWA. 
Tim has 6 years’ experience in the fitness industry, working as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, helping clients from injury rehab, pregnancy and competitive powerlifting, including working with the Western Force and WAFL clubs in their junior athlete programs.
Tim is a sports fanatic and has competed in state and national teams for rugby, American football, swimming and surf boat rowing. His passion for fitness has taken him around the world, including a contract playing rugby in Ireland.
Tim’s focus will be running O2 Active strength and conditioning classes and personal training sessions, including classes at the PLC Lighthouse in addition to being an allied health assistant.

issy zendler

Issy is one of our strength and conditioning coaches at the PLC lighthouse, kinder acrobatics coach and allied health assistant.

She recently graduated from The University of Western Australia with her Bachelor of Science, with a double major of Sports Science and Exercise and Health and is currently completing her master’s in clinical exercise physiology.  In 2010 she completed her Diploma in Clinical Pilates which is a great integration with her current studies.  You may also see her down at North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club on the weekend patrolling the beach or down at the local football club as the sports trainer. She has a passion for all these health and fitness, but especially the rehabilitation side, wanting to help people get back to full recovery as quickly as possible.

Issy’s aim is to help inspire people to move fearlessly and enjoy the process of exercise rather than focusing on outcome.



Olivia has completed her undergrad in Exercise, Sport & Rehabilitation science at Curtin University. After completing 2 months of her practicum placement at O2 Active, we knew she would be a great addition to our team. She is a sports scientist, kinder acrobatics coach and allied health assistant.

Olivia has always been active (and competitive) from a young age, competing in gymnastics, soccer, netball and her main sport, tennis. Olivia played tennis at an elite level, representing WA on various occasions such as, nationals and Bruce Cup, she has travelled to many tennis academies over the world such as Barcelona Total Tennis and the JC Ferrero Tennis academy, and received the Women’s Division 1 MVP award for Summer Pennants in the whole of WA. Olivia likes the independence that being a tennis player bought her, but also allowing her to maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout her school life which has now continued through to adulthood.

With having experience coaching young (and older) tennis players, Olivia enjoys helping women succeed, feeling confident in their own skin (she’s also a makeup artist – so she is a natural at this!) and most importantly, helping them achieve their goals, whatever they may be!



Viola is a certified Polestar Pilates mat work instructor. She is also trained in Boxilates and Pregnancy Pilates. This year she is completing her Studio and Rehab Diploma, furthering her knowledge in equipment-based classes. Viola is fascinated by human movement and loves learning the body and natural healing.


Josh is one of our martial arts and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu specialists, having trained in the art since he was 13 years old. He is currently in his 1st year at Curtin University studying a Master of Occupational Health and Safety. He has a passion for teaching students self-defence and developing health promotion programs through martial arts. Josh loves developing his skills at O2 Active, surrounding himself with inspirational, supportive and like-minded trainers


Mia graduated in 2018 and studied ATAR dance at PLC. Mia currently teaches ballet, hip hop, acro and contemporary dance while she is studying nursing at uni. She studied under Silhouette Dance Studio, WAAPA Propel course and Redlands ballet and dance academy and has performed in many competitions and shows including PLC showcase.  She loves to share her own passion for dance with the younger students and believes dancing has taught her how to be strong and form friendships that last forever. 


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PO Box 282, Leederville WA 6903