Sarah is not only one of our coaches but also a netball athlete. Her participation in club, regional, and national netball competitions has led her to a passion for sport and in particular strength and conditioning. Sarah is also a former coach of club netball leading successful teams from under 12s up to Opens divisions. 

Originally seeking 1 on 1 coaching for injury management and better on court performance, Sarah began her journey at MH Performance as a client of Mandys.  

Within just a few weeks I noticed an increase in fitness, jump height, speed, and reaction time. All as a result of an individualised training program, specific to my goals and playing position.” 

Sarah takes a holistic approach to female health and wellbeing with a special interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation, and specifically female health. Like many of our clients Sarah suffers from PCOS, but with the knowledge and guidance of our team has become a more manageable condition. Sarah is devoted to bettering her knowledge in strength and conditioning, currently completing her Masters degree, whilst focusing on specialising in overall health for the female athlete. 


Formal Qualifications

  • Master of Exercise Science (Strength & Conditioning) 
  • Bachelor of Exercise Science (Sports Science) 
  • ASCA Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach 
  • ASADA Level 2 Anti-Doping Certification 
  • Keep Australian Sport Honest Certification 
  • Netball Australia Foundation Coaching Accreditation 
  • AIS Community Coaching General Principles Certification 
  • Provide First Aid and CPR 
  • Working With Children Check 

Professional Development 

  • Christian Woodford: Physical Preparation and Injury Prevention for the Netball Athlete 
  • Perth Lynx (WNBL) 12 Week Intern 
  • 16-Week Ultimate Nutrition Mentorship: Dan Garner
  • Jake Carter 1-Day Intensive: Eating Disorders

Contact Sarah


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 Sports and Exercise Scientist, Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Coming from an elite basketball background Naomi has had her fair share of injuries. She was constantly having to be sidelined and receiving treatment for her back and knee. These injuries unfortunately caused her to have to cease playing all sport. 

“After suffering so many injuries through sport I became fascinated in how athletes bodies work, how to prevent injury and how to improve performance” – Naomi 


Lewis’ was first introduced to fitness in 2013 when he joined Lacey’s Boxing Gym. From there he became infatuated with the science around training, programming and nutrition for both athletes and general population.  

Following high school Lewis went straight to university to pursue his interest in Sport Science. Completing his Bachelor in Exercise and Sport Science, completed a Certificate III and IV in fitness whilst working at Laceys Boxing Gym to continue to gain hands on coaching experience whilst studying 


 Sports and Exercise Scientist, Strength and Conditioning Coach 

My strength and conditioning career started during my internship at the Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) in Regional NSW. Through this experience I was the head S&C coach for an academy netball team whilst working through 10 S&C certificates and being mentored by some of the industries top sport scientists and strength and conditioning coaches. This saw me make the move to Perth to complete my Masters in Sports Science under one of the worlds top sport scientists Assoc/Prof. Greg Haff (formerpresident of the National Strength and Conditioning Association [NSCA] 



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Fri - Sat - 6am - 11am
Sun - closed


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