Meet our experts
We have a resident nutritionist and naturopath as well as a network of specialists to compliment our holistic approach to health and wellness.
Wellness and Movement Coach
Natalie is the co-owner of Studio on Surrey and her passion and excitement for the industry started at the early age of 12 when working as a gymnastic coach.
Diploma in Sport and Recreation
Certificate in Fitness and Personal
I started in the industry in 2000 and after 2 years I began travelling the world to build on my knowledge and experience learning within the fitness and wellness education.
I am highly experienced in:
Pre and Postnatal exercise
Sport Specific and Strength Conditioning
Postural/Core and Age specific training
My knowledge, motivation, and empathetic approach carries over into my sessions giving you all the support and encouragement that you need to meet your goals.
"Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live."
Alice Mc Onie
Alice has a bubbly personality and takes on board how you're feeling to give you what you need out of your sessions.
New Zealand Institute of Health and Fitness
PreKure Health Coach
Burrell Education - Pre and post natal movement
Previously Alice has bought into a fitness franchise built it up and sold it on. She's run other fitness businesses over the years and is now scaling it back to be a dedicated one on one personal trainer. As she gets the most satisfaction from this.
I'm here to motivate, support and drive you through challenges that may arise while keeping you on track so you can get the best results possible and be the best version of yourself physically and mentally.
Father, athlete* and Applied Biomechanist.
Why can’t an 18 year old runner still move with the same patterning as an 8 year old? Why do 15 year old cyclists get knee pain, even when riding with restricted ratios? Why do you struggle to maintain even splits when running your marathon? My Mr. Universe statement would be to create a world where children and adults alike can move in a pain-free, efficient manner. Is this achievable?
In my mind – YES.
I have two feet in two pools of thought: living/experience vs clinical/research. As I watch my daughters grow and become more and more active I start to see the effects of modern/Western living on their movement patterns.
I also find myself watching people running and riding on Tamaki Drive every day, of which maybe 10% would be what I would consider to be ‘efficient athletes’.
I work with Olympic and World Champion athletes that don’t have the basics of movement and stability mastered. To me this is all unacceptable, so accordingly I’m tapping into my nearly 20 years of clinical experience, observation and application to empower all my patients with the skills, education and strength needed to exceed the requirements of their chosen sport. THAT’S the fundamental goal.
*Definition of ‘athlete’: a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise. IE: YOU.
Andrew has 12+ years’ experience in personal training and group fitness in New Zealand and around the world. As a former professional rugby player, Andrew knows what it takes to get to and remain in top physical condition. Qualifications & Experience:
• New Zealand Institute of Health and Fitness
• Certificate in Massage (New Zealand School of Massage) • Represented New Zealand rugby under 19s and under 21s (Junior All Blacks)
• Wellington and North Harbour rugby A team, as well as range of overseas teams in Japan, Italy, Ireland and the United States.
• London Guilds Diploma in Cooking and Culinary Arts .
Andrew has helped all types of people achieve their health and fitness goals; from losing weight and getting fit, to running a marathon. He is 100% committed to every client, in every session and takes your goals very seriously and will go the extra mile to make sure you achieve them. His friendly, supportive and fun character will help to bring out the best in you during your sessions and will inject fun and excitement into your routine with amazing results.
Jaimee is the co-owner of Studio On Surrey and has worked in the fitness industry both here and across the Tasman for over 15 years as a Personal Trainer and Massage Therapist.
Australian Institute of Fitness
Diploma Remedial Massage
As a busy mum and business owner I understand the pressures of our modern lifestyles. Often our health and well-being gets put on the back burner as we prioritise our family and work commitments above our own needs.
Yet without health, we have nothing.
I work with you to help you get your focus on your physical wellbeing. You will start to feel more in control of your body with lots of practical advice on how to integrate new healthy habits into your lifestyle.
I train men, women, teenagers and seniors. I’ve had extensive experience with pre and post natal clients. I often work with clients who are recovering from knee replacements and clients who are living with diabetes.
My sessions are fun, varied and tailored to your needs.
I look forward to working with you.
Nutritionist & Naturopath Coach
“My mission is to inspire you to smile, love, nourish and move in a way that allows you to devour life with great joy.”
REPS registered Personal Trainer (Cert. IV Master trainer + Group fitness instructor).
Naturopath & Medical herbalist (BHSc). Nutritionist (Dip).
Pilates and yoga (Australian fitness network and Bodyflow training).
After 11 years spent personal training, teaching group fitness, and managing health clubs in Australia and New Zealand, I started to think about how I could further my education so that I could support my clients on a deeper level. Whilst continuing to work in the industry I love, I went back to school to complete a degree which would allow me to understand the more complex elements of health that are so unique to each individual.
Alongside fitness and movement services, I now offer consultations for lifestyle wellness plans utilising naturopathic, herbal and nutrition-based practices.
"First we find the joy, then come the results."
Ash is a REPs personal trainer who specialises in training those with chronic pain.
I have an interesting and varied background in my studies in health and fitness. This includes two years of Pre-med, a two year study of Yoga, as well as Interval Training and Personal Training.
My background, coupled with the fact that I have AS (Ankylosing Spondylitis) a chronic pain condition myself, makes me the perfect candidate to help others in this field.
For those wanting to know more about AS, in short, it is a type of auto-immune arthritis that mainly effects the spine. Half of my clientele also have AS.
I love taking a detailed approach to my work.
I run a comprehensive assessment consultation to make sure posture and alignment issues are dealt with before weight training and functional movement ensues.
Ash makes sure training is comfortable, fun, but focused.
Tai is originally from Porto Alegre, Brazil but she's been living in New Zealand since 2012.
She has started working in the fitness industry in her first year at university, when she was 17.
My passion for movement started really early, through dancing.
I have explored many different sports such as swimming, martial arts and many styles of dance.
Through those different experiences, I developed body awareness and a true passion for how we move.
I have also created 3 main habits that made me the trainer I am today:
1 Discipline: Focused training, pushing through the uncomfortable to exceed goals.
2 Curiosity: Stay hungry to know more, to explore, to adapt and succeed.
3 Respect: Learn how to respect individuality. The body, behaviors, strength, weaknesses, personality, etc.
"We are all different, and there is a way to optimize individuality for performance once the same is acknowledged."
I’m also part of an amazing team of ladies called New Zealand Samba Passion, a dance school where we get to share or passion for our culture and inspire everyone to get moving with us.
I love connecting and training people. Fitness is a lifestyle and I would love to share that journey with you.