Founder and Director
Founder and director of The fit Project, Roy is a Spartan Athlete and Coach who wants to effect real change and transformation in the people he meets.
He has represented Australia internationally in OCR, likes to meditate under a Barbell and enjoys running with his two dogs.
Jordie is an elite Spartan athlete, with multiple podium finishes, and has a full calendar of trail runs and other OCR competitions across Australia.
With a background in nutrition and body positivity, Jordie is passionate about using a holistic approach to help others achieve their health and fitness goals.
Jerome comes to The fit Project with values for hard work, mental health and raw strength and conditioning.
A rich sporting background in track and field, ball sports, as well as CrossFit has produced a trainer who knows how to keep things simple in an industry engulfed in complexities.
Jo has been practicing yoga for five years, she started with traditional Ashtanga yoga but fell in love with yoga when she found Vinyasa flow.
Working in emergency services Jo loves both the yin and yang elements of Yoga, especially how the physical practice (asana) has the ability to reset, restore and invite balance into both our body and our mind.
Emma grew up in Finland and is bringing nordic energy to the crew. While traveling for a couple of years she decided to settle down in Melbourne and is kick starting her career at the fitness industry here at TFP.
Emma has been lifting weights since 15yo and has been trying a lot of different sports from crossfit to skydiving and loves new challenges. Emma will be assisting in classes as well as our go to Administration Assistant.
Mark prides himself on providing a non-intimidating atmosphere making yoga accessible to all, particularly the non-flexible. His classes are light-hearted but deceitfully challenging. There is always time to have a smile thrown around the room. Thanks to his own yoga practice, Mark has broken his cycle of repetitive shoulder injuries.
Dan started his fitness journey 6 years ago in the many local calisthenic parks across Melbourne. After meeting many exercise enthusiasts from across the world, attending Calisthenics workshops with the likes of Daniel Vandal from Fitness FAQS, and while relentlessly researching the net for the safest and most effective exercise techniques, Dan brings a wealth of knowledge you can implement in your development.
Having discovered yoga more than ten years ago, Sophia is addicted to the versatility and benefits of the practice. She aims to teach yoga that benefits body, mind, and soul: you can expect a soothing but strong practice that harmonizes breath and movement. In her 9 to 5, Sophia works in the mental health/disability sector, but you can find her on her mat on a daily basis.