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UWA Sport, as part of UWA, is continuing to take a proactive approach to the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert. Following government advice, we are excited to announce that be can begin to re-introduce our services and open our venues from Saturday 6 June.
Strict hygiene and social distancing measures are currently in place so that you feel safe when you decide to re-engage with us. Click the button below to view what's available!
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EventYoga on the Grass
- Every Saturday
- University Club
Start your weekend the right way with free Yoga on the Grass at UWA, every Saturday, from 8-9am.
EventMove It Training Sessions
- Meet at UWA Fitness Centre entrance
With the WA Government officially lifting restrictions on fitness for groups of 20 people, we are excited to introduce our 'Move It' training sessions!
- UWA Fitness Centre
UWA Sport Masterclasses are a series of events exploring topics to help you get the most out of your training.
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Gisela is an athlete who loves competing in all fields, especially ski race and the ironman. She is also a highly involved member of the Surf Life Saving Club.
Currently Studying for his PhD in Sports and Exercise Psychology, Brian's training focus revolves around strength and conditioning for sports and martial arts.
Micky has a keen interest in strength and conditioning. He has extensive experience working with various athletes and body types who participate in a wide range of sports.
Originally from South Africa and studying Secondary Education, Gisela is a highly involved member of surf life saving and competes in all fields, especially ski race and ironman. She specialises in long distance cardio and has competed in almost every sport imaginable, from AFL to squash and badminton to volleyball.
- Currently studying a Bachelor of Secondary Education (HPE/Outdoor Education/Human Biology)
- Certificate III and IV in Fitness
Aim for the stars and turn yourself into superman to get there!
Micky has a keen interest in strength and conditioning, especially in helping up-and-coming athletes perform their best and attain their goals.
- Bachelor of Science (Sports Science)
- ASCA (Strength and Conditioning Level 1)
- FMS (Fundamental Movement Screen)
- Working towards CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist)
Strive for progress, not perfection
Brian has recently completed his PhD in Sports and Exercise Psychology. He has been doing Capoeira for 9 years and moonlights as a SCUBA instructor. Brian's training focus revolves around strength and conditioning for sports and martial arts.
- Bachelor of Science
- Master of Science (Sports Psychology)
- PhD (Sports and Exercise Psychology)
- American Council of Exercise PT
- Health Coaching Australia Qualification
Development only comes with change.
The University of Western Australia acknowledges that its campus is situated on Noongar land, and that Noongar people remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of their land, and continue to practise their values, languages, beliefs and knowledge.
UWA Sport Partners
We would like to thank the following partners