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Jessica Smurthwaite
Senior Exercise Physiologist
Gym Manager
B.Sc. (Exercise and Health) GradDipSci (Exercise Rehabilitation)
ESSAM AEP (Accredited Exercise Physiologist)

Jess Graduated from UWA in 2012 where she was awarded the Tracy Cawson Prize in Exercise Rehabilitation. She first joined the MTM team in 2014 and relishes the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives through exercise prescription. 

Jess has always been fascinated with how the body works and together with her love of sport she found Exercise Physiology was a perfect fit to translate her passion into a way of helping people. She is a movement optimist and takes great pride in continuing to learn and upskill to remain contemporary and provide client-centred care that is evidence based. She is particularly passionate about managing chronic and complex conditions, post-operative rehabilitation and getting people of all abilities involved in strength training.  

Having taught clinical Pilates for many years, Jess enjoys putting her own spin on Pilates in her classes at MTM. She also believes that the reformers are an effective rehabilitation tool and provide a great way to exercise. 

Jess will help you reach your goals through a holistic exercise program tailored to your individual needs and she will enjoy sharing the journey with you!


Ben Pascoe
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
B.Sc. (Exercise & Sports)
M.CEP (Clinical Exercise Physiology)
ESSAM AES (Accredited Exercise Scientist), AEP (Accredited Exercise Physiologist)


Ben graduated from Edith Cowen University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sports Science) before going on to graduate from the University of Western Australia with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2020.

After playing years of competitive basketball, Ben sustained musculoskeletal injuries along with four shoulder reconstructions each requiring months of rehabilitation. It was during this time that Ben found a passion in both weightlifting and rehabilitation leading him to becoming an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Over the course of studying at university, Ben was able to work with the Subiaco Lions Football Club strength & conditioning team as well as completing a strength & conditioning internship with the Perth Wildcats in 2019 expanding his knowledge regarding injury prevention and injury management.

Ben’s personal experience with musculoskeletal rehabilitation helps him understand each individual client, and the delivery of client-centred care to help each person strive for their goals. Areas of interest for rehabilitation include musculoskeletal injuries, mental health management, cardiovascular conditions, and management of chronic illness or disease, particularly Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, osteoporosis, cancer, and more.



Bianca Schmitt

Bianca graduated from Edith Cowan University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sport Science).

She is passionate about the human body and how we can optimise function through active movement.

Bianca lived in Margaret River for 8 years and have recently moved back to Perth for the completion of her second Bachelor of Science Degree (Exercise & Rehabilitation), becoming an Accredited Exercise Physiologist in 2020.

She has a background in Basketball and have been involved with fitness training for the last 15 years, holding a level 1 of Strength & Conditioning coach through The Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA).

Bianca is specialised in prescribing exercise programs for individuals with chronic health issues such as Cardiovascular diseases, Metabolic, Neuromuscular and Mental Health conditions. She believes that exercise is medicine and we can all benefit from a healthy and active lifestyle.



Kate Atkinson - currently on maternity leave
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
B.Sc. (Exercise and Health)
B.Sc. (Exercise Rehabilitation)

Kate is passionate about all aspects of health and wellness and enjoys helping people achieve their fitness goals. She has worked with people aged from 11 to 96 years old and is trained to prescribe safe and effective exercise programs that are specifically tailored to each client. Kate is experienced in prescribing exercises for individuals with musculoskeletal issues and chronic and complex conditions such as diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, arthritis and people post-stroke and cancer treatments. She has experience working with Pilates reformers and completed Pilates mat work courses. 

Kate has been a part of the Made To Move team since 2010 and loves being a positive part of helping people become more active and healthy.