APD, AN, Acc SD, B Nutr & Diet
Michelle is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and an Accredited Sports Dietitian. She holds a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics Honours from the University of Wollongong, and has worked in the health and fitness industry since 2012. Michelle is also qualified as a personal trainer so has a well-rounded view of nutrition, fitness and general health.
Michelle practises a client-centred approach, offering advice tailored for the individual, whilst providing support and motivation to assist her clients in making sustainable lifestyle changes to optimise their health and performance. She has experience in the areas of general nutrition and healthy eating advice, dietary management of health conditions including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, IBS and food intolerances, weight concern and assisting individuals seeking a more healthful relationship with food and eating.
Michelle believes that a healthy balanced diet and regular physical activity are fundamental to wellness and the prevention of injury and disease. Additionally, she sees food as more than just energy and nutrients, being also a source of enjoyment and pleasure. To keep fit and active, Michelle trains for and participates in triathlons, which she loves just as much as chocolate.
Currently on Maternity Leave
APD, AN, MSc (Nutr & Diet), BSc (Nutr)
Chantelle is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Accredited Nutritionist and a lover of food. Chantelle believes that health and wellness can be improved by what we eat and promotes nourishing our bodies with wholesome foods for optimal wellbeing.
Chantelle is a regular contributor of nutrition information for websites and magazines and is passionate about setting the record straight on nutrition facts and fiction. She has contributed to Michelle Bridges 12 Week Body Transformation online program, Australian Healthy Food Guide and Diabetic Living magazines.
She is also experienced in the areas of weight management, nutrition for the elderly, chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease, food allergies, food intolerances and eating for general health and wellbeing.
A lover of the great outdoors, if she’s not talking about food you may find her out horse riding.