Founding director and owner of O2 Active, Caitlin has over 18 years experience in the health and fitness industry.
Caitlin has a Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Health Science) degree from the University of Western Australia, and is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) through Exercise Sports Science Australia (ESSA). She then went on to train in Pilates in 2003, Flow-Yoga in 2005 and completed further studies at the Byron Yoga Centre in 2011 and her Yin Yoga Teacher Training in 2020.
Her key areas of expertise include fitness, weight loss, sport specific programming, rehabilitation and management of chronic pain and medical conditions, health and lifestyle interventions and preventions, safe pregnancy fitness and post-natal 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 health, fitness 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.
From a young age, Olivia has been extremely passionate about sport, fitness and health. She has competed at both a state and national level in sport, which has enabled her to grow as a therapist and trainer, with a functional understanding of how the body moves and grows. Her experience is broad, ranging from working with the Scorchers at the WACA, massaging Olympic athletes and travelling with multiple state sporting teams.
Olivia’s remedial massaging aims to deliver customised release for everyday performance. She selects appropriate and specific techniques to address injuries, postural or joint issues, as well reducing pain, improving circulation and a sense of overall well-being. Her other areas of expertise include mat pilates, boxing for fitness, group fitness and weight training.
Sacha’s journey with yoga began in the 1990’s and facilitated a complete change to the quality of her life. She has been teaching since qualifying in 2007, furthering her knowledge with a Bachelor of Education and several years full time teaching experience. She is experienced in teaching the disiplines of Hatha Power Vinyasa, Hot yoga, Yin Yoga and functional movement exercise physiology.
Sacha’s yoga teaching style focuses on working intuitively with the individual to facilitate the changes they want to make in their life. Students are challenged to reach beyond their perceived limitations. Her precise hands-on adjustments help students to learn a safe and stable foundation for their practice and and awaken dormant energy within them.
Sacha’s classes are mindful, dynamic, enlightening and fun. You will leave Sacha’s classes feeling physically and spiritually invigorated.
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 het horses in dressage and she involves herself in non-competitive running. These have been a passion for Amy for a long period of time and she has found that incorporating strength conditioning and nutrition over the past few years has improved her performance in both sports and has become a high importance to her. Amy is fully committed to all thing’s health.
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.
Viola is a certified Polestar Pilates mathwork 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.
Annika is a state league athlete specializing in basketball and touch rugby. Achieving success on and off the court/ field she has completed a Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) at Edith Cowan University in 2016 and now in her final semester of Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Western Australia. Once completion she will pursue her dream by helping individuals with all different conditions through the use of exercise and rehabilitation.
Josh is one of our martial arts and Brazilian jiu jitsu specialists, having trained in the art since he was 15 years old. He is currently in his 3rd year at UWA studying Exercise and Sport Science. His passion for teaching students the art of self-defence, mixed martial arts and boxing, has been inspiring for him. Josh loves developing his skills at O2 Active, surrounding himself with inspirational, supportive and like-minded trainers.
From a young age, Georgina has loved both dance and fitness. She has completed intensive summer programs at the Australian Ballet School, New Zealand School of Dance and West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, as well as earning scholarships and awards at R.A.D. Upon graduating PLC in 2018, Georgina topped ATAR Dance and was asked to audition for Performing Arts Perspectives. Along with this, Georgina has completed her Advanced One R.A.D. ballet examination, and is trained in Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Acrobatics and Broadway Jazz.
Studying Music Specialist (Voice) at UWA, Georgina is incredibly passionate about sharing her love of music dance with others. Focusing on teaching correct technique, Georgina motivates her students to be the best they can be, giving them confidence and a skill-set to take with them for life.
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