Longevity Exercise Physiology Drummoyne, EdgecliffMarrickvilleBella VistaRandwickPymbleNeutral Bay and Balmain are a team of Registered NDIS Providers. We have a passion for helping participants improve their quality of life through structured exercise sessions. Sessions can be run in the studio/gym, at home, outdoors or through telehealth.

Longevity Marrickville offers Exercise Physiology sessions face to face within the gym, home visits, outdoor sessions, and telehealth consultations via Facetime or Zoom. We service many areas around Marrickville including Newtown, Stanmore, Petersham, Dulwich Hill, Sydenham, St Peters, Tempe and other suburbs in the Inner West and Western suburbs.

Starting an exercise program can be daunting, especially when living with a disability. However, through the guidance and assistance of an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, we can work together to make positive lifestyle changes, and improve quality of life.

Why see an Exercise Physiologist?

For those with a disability, exercise is much more than becoming a little fitter. An exercise physiologist will help you improve your quality of life by:

  1. Building strength, function, and fitness
  2. Improving your physical and mental health
  3. Preventing further health conditions 
  4. Becoming more independent and make activities of daily living easier
  5. Increasing community engagement and social skills e.g. participation in sports

Longevity’s AEPs are professionals at evaluating, designing, and delivering safe and effective exercise programs tailored to your specific needs, preferences, and goals.

Types of training we use include:

  • Cardio Training
  • Resistance (Strength) Training
  • Functional exercises
  • Flexibility and Mobility
  • Balance

Exercise Physiology and NDIS

Longevity Exercise Physiologist’s are NDIS registered to provide gold standard of exercise intervention to our NDIS clients. We have been servicing NDIS clients for several years to help improve the health and wellbeing of disabled individuals in the capacity building budget. Our AEPs evaluate, design and deliver safe and effective exercises tailored to each individual’s specific needs and daily tasks.

NDIS Categories for Exercise Physiology

  • Improve health and wellbeing
  • Improve daily living

What type of individuals do we help?

  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Down syndrome
  • Autism
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • And many more!

Steps to get you started:

  1. Call us on 1300 964 002
  2. One of our EPs will call you back and explain how to access and use the funding for our services
  3. Bring your NDIS plan with you to the initial consult

Call us on 1300 964 002 to speak to one of our Exercise Physiologists to answer any questions you may have.

Written by Ryan Hebron