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Who We train


Acquired brain injury



Cerebral Palsy


Why you should train

Training or moving your body is a good way to improve and increase:

Confidence Independence

Muscle strength and stability

Flexibility Mobility

Movement awareness


It also helps you to reduce:

Frequency of falls

Muscle spasticity


Postural problems

How I train you

Maximizing your strength program

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11.00am
A 45-minute group strength training session designed for people with Multiple sclerosis with the emphasis on building strength to improve posture, movement, and functionality.
We specialize in making the program as specific to the individual as possible and having fun.
Cost: $10.00 per session

Customised Personal Training

We also offer customised personal training for individuals.

Weight training to improve muscle strength and function.

Activities to improve co-ordination and balance.

Movement awareness activities to improve walking gait and prevent falls.

Core strength exercises to help with stability and posture.

Manipulations to help reduce muscle spasms and spasticity.

Stretching to improve flexibility and freedom of movement.

Exercises and activities to help rewire the brain.

General fitness to increase overall health.

Movement awareness exercises to improve motor skill.

Mirror therapy to help rewire the brain (Neuroplasticity)

Postural awareness.

Cognitive/decision making activities.

Emphasis on having fun for social interaction and belonging.


Here is what people are saying:

“The workout is one reason because the program provides an environment where people feel comfortable and aren’t afraid to challenge themselves physically. One of the best things about the sessions is that no one is judging, least of all Danny, and with his advice and encouragement, I found that I could do a lot more than I imagined.”

Roz – MS Traning

“The classes offer a great deal more than a tailored workout and some laughs. The group who now call themselves “The gym junkies” have become an unofficial peer support group; this social interaction is a significant part of the program’s appeal and may be at the heart of its success.”

Kevin – MS Training

“Danny is very knowledgeable and can be quite clever in working out ways for everyone to get the maximum benefit from exercise. We have a wide range of physical abilities in the group, and Danny has even customised or made equipment specifically for individuals”.

George – MS Training

“Danny makes each session a fun and happy time. He is inspiring, is always smiling and has a great sense of humour, if someone isn’t in a good mood when they get to the gym, they will be by the time they leave.”

Chris- MS Training