What is Clinical Exercise Physiology?
Clinical Exercise Physiologist
PGDip Clinical Exercise Physiology
NZ Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
BSpEx (Sport & Exercise Science)
Janey’s passion is helping people achieve their health goals through holistic health guidance.
Janey understands that everyone has had differing experiences in their lives, in their experience with health and the health sector, and has unique goals they would like to achieve. Teaching people to listen to what their body is telling them, in turn promoting self-management is essential to living a healthy happy life.
Janey is working towards completing her Masters degree in Health Science Rehabilitation. She specialises in Exercise and wellness programmes for diabetes, respiratory and cardiovascular related conditions, chronic pain, and neurological disabilities. Janey has also completed additional studies in Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, spinal cord injury rehabilitation and clinical gait analysis.
Janey grew up on the Kapiti coast. She enjoys many different types of exercise including sailing, surfing, netball, triathlons and exploring the outdoors with her dog.
BApp.Sc Human Movement
Jenny’s commitment to helping clients improve their health and wellbeing is reflected in her love of learning and the energy and dedication she applies to her clients needs.
Having worked as a gym owner, exercise science tutor and international presenter, she is very focused on providing the best service to her clients. Her particular interests are in exercise rehabilitation and nutrition.
She also has a passion for yoga, mobility and functional training. Jenny lives in Waikanae and loves to walk her dog Bella on the beach and grow her own organic fruit and vegetables.
Jenny instructs our group classes and is also available for private (1:1) personal training.
What is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist?
A clinical exercise physiologist (CEP) is an allied health professional who specialises in clinical exercise testing, as well as exercise, lifestyle and behavioural modification programmes. These aim to help you with the prevention, management or rehabilitation of chronic conditions and injuries.
CEPs use exercise to help manage and rehabilitate the following conditions:
- Asthma & Other Respiratory Conditions
- Neurological Conditions
- Diabetes (Type 1 & 2)
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Anxiety & Depression
- Heart Disease & Other Cardiac Conditions
- Autoimmune Disorders
- Chronic Fatigue
- Chronic Pain/Injury
- Arthritis including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid