Spring Shape Up

Spring Shape Up Time!

Spring is only days away. So now is a perfect time, to kick start your Spring Shape Up and delve into your daily eating habits to shed any winter bad habits.


This four-week eating plan is designed to get your eating habits on track. It is an easy to follow, lifestlye nutrition program that will ensure your food is nutritious and lean.


We will be sending out weekly nutrition tips and you’ll need to complete a weekly food diary. This will be personally reviewed to provide you with recommendations that are appropriate for you.


Pair this with a Spring Shape Up 4-week unlimited class pass for extra results to add lean muscle and build on your fitness.

Starts Monday 27th August 2017

  • Spring Shape Up – 4-week Nutrition Program, only $100
  • Spring Shape Up – 4-week Unlimited Class Pass, only $100

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Small changes = big results

Weight lossDid you know, small changes can equal big results when it comes to food, and your health! We all know what to eat to be healthy, well we think we do, but do we really? With all the fad diets that arise every 6 to 12 months, and so much confusion around what to eat, have you lost your way of healthy eating?READ MORE

kale leg ham and haloumi frittata

Kale, leg ham & haloumi frittata

kale leg ham and haloumi frittataA delicious and easy to make frittata for lunch or dinner!

Prep 25 mins | Cook 50 mins | Serves 6

2 tbs olive oil
1 brown onion, chopped
2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
150g sliced leg ham, chopped
4 cups trimmed and shredded kale (about ½ bunch trimmed kale)
10 free range eggs, at room temperature
12 cup reduced fat cream
100g reduced fat haloumi cheese, coarsely grated
Sliced tomatoes and baby basil leaves, to serve



Eating in the fifties

1950s family dinnerHow times have changed. Some interesting facts around eating in the 1950s!

  • Pasta had not been invented.
  • Curry was a surname.
  • A takeaway was a mathematical problem.
  • A pizza was something to do with a leaning tower.
  • Bananas and oranges only appeared at Christmas time.
  • All crisps were plain; the only choice we had was whether to put the salt on or not.READ MORE