About The team

Jamie Percival


Jamie grew up with sport and was heavily involved at the top until finding his feet and skills in the boxing ring. Jamie competed in 20 amateur fights, winning all, before realising the stress this was placing on his body and retiring.

After retiring from boxing, Jamie became a chef and thanks to his incredible work ethic and passion, ended up working within Melbourne’s top restaurants. But Jamie missed sport and the positive benefits it brings to everyone, so he decided to become a personal trainer and started working with Melbourne Storm as their boxing coach.

Food still plays a key part in Jamie’s life and today he draws on his knowledge of nutrition and cooking to inspire his clients towards healthier, tastier diet choices. Jamie offers a brilliant mix of skills and experience.

Robbie Peters


After retiring from his career as a professional Footballer in the UK (1989-1997), Robbie Peters has dedicated his time and energy to transforming the lives of his clients by utilising unique training techniques to deliver fantastic results. Robbie completed his Diploma in Fitness Training  and Sports Therapy in 1999 in the UK and went on to train in one of London’s busiest Central London gyms before making the move ‘Down Under’ in February 2005. Since arriving in Melbourne, Robbie has continued to extend himself with various training courses and personal sports achievements.

Robbie’s passion for delivering outstanding results is his motivation to keep each of his sessions interesting and challenging. He has the ability to cater to clients of all fitness levels and is able to offer his clients a diverse range of training options.

Blake Rogers


Blakes passion for the fitness industry comes from his background in kickboxing. He’s been training for 7 years and obtained his black level in Muay Thai and my yellow level in MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). As an amateur Kickboxer he had 3 fights with 2 wins under the guidance of John Scida, one of the biggest names in the sports of K1, kickboxing and Muay Thai. He hope’s to fight professionally in the near future and my goal is to become the Australian champion. With this passion Blake decided to become a personal trainer to help others to reach their goals, whether they be athletic in nature or not. He believe’s that everyone can be great and it just takes the right guidance to get there.

William Loebis-Arnost


Will’s lifelong passion for sports, fitness and health has been displayed athletically and also academically having completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science/Human Movement, majoring in Sports Science and Exercise Physiology. He is currently working towards his Master’s degree, making him more than qualified to teach and advise on all matters pertaining to grappling, fitness and health.

Taylor Johnson

Head Yoga Instructor

Taylor still remembers her first yoga class. She went to yoga for the fitness, and kept coming back for the feeling and space it brought to her mind. She moved to Melbourne from Vancouver, Canada in 2013 and completed her teacher training in Byron Bay shortly after. She teaches Vinyasa flow and yin. Her flow classes are energetic, fast-paced, and fun. She aims to get your body moving and more connected with your mind.

Jayde Dimmock

Head Pilates Instructor

Jayde has a very extensive background in dance with experience in a variety of genres. She completed the Royal Academy of Dance Syllabus while attending a theatrical school where she had extensive training in all styles of dance. After completing her Diploma of Dance in Performing Arts, she had opportunities to perform in many sporting events, fashion shows, corporate functions, and television.

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