NDIS & DVA Funding


Did you know that you can use your NDIS funding for regular exercise physiology? Exercise physiology is all about using movement as medicine to treat all illnesses and conditions. We develop and deliver personalised one to one funded sessions. We liaise with other allied health professionals and case workers to get you the best outcomes. Your sessions will help you work on your physical and mental health. We focus on assisting you to learn new skills that will ultimately lead to improved activities of daily living and reduced pain.

We understand that living with a disability is challenging. Getting out to appointments and accessing services can become nearly impossible. Gyms can be daunting and hard to get to but with DNA, the best part is, we will come to you! We are a fully mobile service for the Perth metropolitan area…


Did you know that White and Gold Department of Veteran Affairs card holders can access Accredited Exercise Physiology FOR FREE? That is right. We come to you for one to one exercise intervention as often as you like and you pay nothing. As an ex-service man or woman you have certainly done your part for our government (and the rest of the country). So now it’s your turn!

We all know the overwhelming benefits of exercise and how it can change your life for the better. The impact that regular exercise can have on mental and physical health is immeasurable. We work with our clients to set and achieve goals.

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We have experience with neurological conditions, spinal cord injuries, intellectual disabilities, mental health and a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. We use an evidence-based approach and build a tailored program to reach beyond your functional goals.

Whether your goal is improving independence, reducing pain, weight loss or learning something new we will be the friendly and reliable face that greats you and keep you on track.

Book in for a free consultation to have a chat about your current health and future goals. Let us say thank you by helping you live better.

Amy Raveendrakumar