Holistic Approach
Heal, rejuvenate and strengthen your mind and body
We come to you
Servicing North Brisbane area and surrounds
Experienced coaches
25 years of combined experience in health, fitness and wellbeing

Is your health suffering?

Inconsistent work schedules, work travel or endless meetings may be preventing you from establishing a fitness routine, leaving you tired, sluggish and bloated. Many of us lead busy lives and fitting in exercise can be difficult. Finding the time amongst work, kids, family and the stresses and strains of everyday life can be challenging. Studies have shown corporate burn out is on the rise and not only that, we are sitting more than ever leading to postural concerns, pain and injury. We can help you get your time back leaving you feel revitalised and back to feeling your best. As a Mobile Personal Trainer servicing the North Brisbane area, we can come to you!


I come to your home in the North Brisbane area and fit your busy schedule. As a mobile personal trainer, I help busy people like you achieve their health and fitness goals in the convenience and privacy of their own homes.

Free Fitness assessment and Introductory session

In your complimentary Fitness Assessment and Introductory Session, we take a deep dive into your current health and fitness as well as your aspirations.  I explain how our approach enables you to cultivate sustainable health, vitality, and wellness by tapping into your inner wisdom and working with the 4 Doctors: Diet, Quiet, Happiness and Movement.  The more aware we are of the connection between our body and mind the more we are able to recognise the warning signs of stress and imbalance and how it impacts our physical bodies. With awareness, we can take a conscious approach to how we engage with our bodies, our thoughts and the world around us. 


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How do you define Success in Fitness and Wellbeing?
Jacek from Pure Fitness and Wellbeing completing the 3314 in 23 day push up challenge with dogs

How do you measure success when it comes to your fitness and wellbeing?

Sometimes we can get overwhelmed feeling we need to have the perfect fitness clothes, shoes, and equipment to even get started.

Have you ever told yourself, ‘I’ll have a better chance of succeeding if I start after the school holidays, or at the beginning of the month’?

Or perhaps.. ‘When I can afford to get those new Nikes, then I’ll start running in the morning’.

Or maybe your thoughts were governed by the weather.. ‘When the mornings get warmer, then it will be easier to get out of bed and

I’ll start a morning workout routine’.

Sound familiar? Don’t worry you are not alone.

So many of us put off our fitness and wellbeing with the misconception that a future ideal state would enable us to get the results we are after.

To be honest, the best time to start is now. Baby steps regardless of where the starting point is, allow us to make progress in the right direction. And remember movement of any kind is always beneficial.

One of my clients struggled to do even 10 push-up in a row when we first started working together. He was hesitant to start the Push Up Challenge in June as he honestly didn’t believe he was capable of doing it.

What we often forget is our perspective creates our reality.. and so we worked on changing his perspective. We broke down the end goal of 3144 push-ups in 23 days to 137 push-ups a day, and broke that down even further to 15 push-ups every hour for 9 hours with an additional 2 to make the 137 daily goal.

My client found this breakdown to still be a massive stretch… but one he was willing to try.

He used the app to track his progress which empowered him further with the endorphin hit of achieving small goals hourly and daily.

By the 23rd day, he was able to do 30 push-ups in one sitting! That’s a mammoth achievement and one worth celebrating. He even raised money for an awesome cause and most importantly taught himself an incredible lesson.. he was capable of achieving success in ways he thought were impossible.

Mobile Personal Trainer and Client completing Push for Mental Health Challenge

Watch Reid complete the last set of his 3144 Push Ups for Push for Mental Health Challenge here

What’s a fitness goal you stretched yourself to achieve?

What strategies did you employ to help you master negative self-talk and apprehension?

As a Mobile Personal Trainer and Fitness Coach I support you to uncover those unhelpful thought patterns and programming that block you from achieving your fitness goals. I work with you to reframe your beliefs about your potential and capability when it comes to health and fitness. And I challenge you to break through the self-sabotaging habits that prevent you from starting and maintaining a fitness regime that benefits your body, mind and spirit.

Get in touch now to learn more about my Mobile Personal Training services. ‘Get Fit With a Friend’ is the most cost-effective and fun way to get your energy levels and stamina up whilst working out with a friend in your own home or my home gym.  

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It takes a village to raise a healthy family – The Zulu proverb “Ubuntu” and your fitness and well-being
Ubuntu children from african tribe creating a circle with their legs

Ubuntu – I am because we are is a Zulu proverb that means “I am because we are… I am a person through other people. My humanity is tied to yours.”In essence, it is the perfect word to describe the importance of creating a tribe around you of health practitioners to support you on your fitness and well-being journey.

I could go really deep with this post and one day over a coffee I would love to chat with you about my deep love of this word and its meaning.

We have partnered with many over the years that have supported our family through sickness and health to optimise our mental, emotional and physical well-being. As a Holistic Coach and Fitness Instructor I love recommending practitioners to my clients to leverage the work we do together and look at their healing journey as a whole.  With this approach, we can break through even more barriers and boundaries that may be conscious or unconscious.

So grab a cup of tea or coffee and enjoy exploring and learning more about these incredible healers in and around north Brisbane.

And my promise to you is that I’ll continue to add more as I discover them through my own journey…

Meet Our Tribe

Tracy Malone

Tracy Malone
Holistic Counselling, Life Coaching, Family Constellations and Hypnotherapy

Eva Klenovics

Eva Klenovics
Certified Sound Therapist in Biofield Tuning, Sound Healer and Dowsing Practitioner

Robert Vicary - Alive Radiant Therapies

Robert Vicary
Remedial Massage Therapist combining lymph, fascia, trigger-point massage, energy and reflexology

Healing with Cherie

Healing with Cherie
Registered Professional Kinesiologist specialising in Applied Physiology

Samford Acupuncture and Massage

Samford Acupuncture & Massage
Acupuncture, bodywork and herbal medicine

Harshi Walgama Energy Healer

Harshani Walgama Energy Healer
Reiki Practitioner and Medicine Drum Sound Healer
Harshani Walgama Energy Healer

If you would like to book a complimentary health and fitness assessment with me and kick off your fitness journey get in touch here

5 Simple Steps to Create Healthy Habits
Couple training together using kettle bells with Brisbane PT Jacek Sicinski

New Year New You

With the beginning of each calendar year comes the opportunity for renewal for all of us. We often start the year with hopes and aspirations for our health and fitness.. yet struggle to keep those goals alive.

As great as it might feel about setting new goals each year, it’s important to remember that we are still the same person as we were the year before. This means that unfortunately the same obstacles, and thought patterns that got in the way of us achieving our goals in 2022 have the potential to do so again.

Luckily, we can change and grow any day of the year, and the transition to a new calendar year just provides us with an opportunity to reflect, reframe and apply new ways of thinking and behaving.

This conscious practice is the key to achieving your New Year Resolutions whether that be personal, family, work or health-related. Being really clear on what it is you want to achieve, and why is also the anchor which keeps you focused and helps you to roll out of bed in the morning when you really want to hit the snooze button once again.

5 simple steps to convert your practice into habits.

    1. Create realistic goals. Aim high and stretch yourself, but not so high that you feel discouraged if your progress is slow.. incremental improvements lead to transformations.
    1. Set yourself up for success by creating practices that you can fit into your daily routines.
    1. Commit to doing something each day. Even if you can’t do your full workout because of a late night or change in schedule. Just do a 10 min stretch routine (e.g. Tibetan Rites or a few lunges and sun salutations)
    1. Track your progress so you can celebrate the little wins and keep motivated.
    1. Choose an accountability partner to join you on your fitness challenge. Working out with a friend or partner can help you stay engaged and committed, even when you feel like missing a day or giving up.

Our ‘Get Fit With A Friend’ personal training sessions provide the perfect opportunity to learn simple yet effective routines that you can continue on your own at home.

‘Get Fit with a Friend’ Couples Fitness Training

Book in your Complimentary Fitness Assessments with PURE Fitness & Wellbeing and let 2023 be the year you achieve your fitness and health goals!

Pilates exercises for building core strength and balance

8 Simple Pilates Postures for Core Strength and Balance

Pilates is a low-impact great full-body workout suitable for many different fitness levels. As an addition to your exercise routine, it can help improve your posture, core strength, flexibility and balance. The exercises below only require your mat.

It’s important to use lateral breathing, directing your breath to your rib cage rather than your belly, and practice each posture with focused attention and control. Key points to note are keeping your abdominal muscles pulled up and in as you inhale and enter the pose, and exhaling as you release.


Knees Side to Side

– Lie face up with your arms extended by your side and bent knees.
– Whilst keeping your lower back and feet on the floor, slowly lower both knees to your right side.
– Repeat the same to the left.
– Repeat the sequence 10-15 times altogether.



– Bend knees at a right angle over your hips with your feet hovering above the mat.
– Lower both knees fall to the right, keeping your lower back on the floor.
– Repeat the same to the left.
– Repeat the sequence 10-15 times altogether.




Pelvic Tilt

– Lie face up with your back flat against the floor and your arms by your sides, palms down.
– Tighten your abdominal muscles and tilt your pelvis up slightly so your bum is lifted above the mat.
– Hold for up to 10 seconds. Repeat 10-15 times.




Single Leg Heel Slide

– Lie face up with your arms by your sides, palms down.
– Bend your left knee and place your left foot flat on the floor.
– Slowly extend your right leg keeping it slightly above the mat and perpendicular to the floor.
– Repeat 10-15 times
– Repeat on the other leg





– Lie on your side with your hips and shoulders in a straight line.
– Bend your knees so that your thighs are at a 90-degree angle to your body.
– Keep your feet together as you slowly rotate your leg in the hip socket and raise your knee
– Bring your knee back to the start position.
– Repeat the clam 10-15 times, then change sides.




Side Lying Leg Lift

– Lie on your side with your hips and shoulders in a straight line.
– Bend the knee resting on the mat and extend your other leg up so that it’s perpendicular to the floor.
– Slowly lift the extended leg up and down.
– Repeat 10 – 15 times, then change sides.




Dead Bugs

– Lie face up.
– Inhale, lift your hands straight with elbows above your shoulders.
– Lift your legs to a 90 degree angle with knees above hips.
– On exhale, slowly lower your right arm and left leg, then on inhale bring them back.
– Repeat on the opposite side 10 – 15 times altogether.





– Lie face up.
– Raise your hips off the floor until your hips are aligned with your knees and shoulders.
– Return to the start position.
– Repeat 10 – 15 times.



Would you like to have a printable instruction guide for these postures?

Pilates Exercise for Strong Core and Balance

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