Stroke survivors and Kita, participants of specialised action observation training program for recovery of arm and hand function after stroke.

Kita Sugg Exercise Physiology.

Embracing your uniqueness and tailoring to your individual needs and goals.

Providing you with personalised exercise programs in the comfort of your own home.

Avoid cookie cutter exercise programs and choose Kita Sugg Exercise Physiology to get a unique program tailored to your health, fitness or rehabilitation needs.  Programs include exercise delivery, advice and support, with a strong focus on successfully changing lifestyle behaviours. 

Want to try something different?


Want better results with less perceived effort? 


Want to be ahead of the latest fitness trends?


Take the next step with Nordic Walking.

Nordic Walking is a form of fitness walking using specially designed poles and a learned technique, resulting in a low impact, high results form of total body fitness that increases cardio fitness, burns more calories and activates 90% of Muscles.

Nordic Walking is just starting to take off here in Australia, but it's already highly popular in Europe and America. Nordic Walking can be done and enjoyed individually or as a group activity anywhere a person can normally walk.

Achieve it with an Accredited Exercise Physiologist.

In-home Exercise Physiology services provided are:

  • Initial Assessment of condition/ injury (may include: history taking, physical assessments, goal setting and treatment plan, etc.)

  • Consultation, conducted after the initial assessment (may include: instruction of exercise or rehabilitation programs, progressions, re-assessment, etc.)  

  • Specialist Assessment (Clinical assessment of Neurological condition)

  • Specialist Consultation, conducted after the initial specialist assessment 

  • Cutting Edge Stroke Recovery Training

  • Health Promotion/ Health Education (may include: health coaching, injury education, lifestyle modification programs, etc.)

Nordic Walking services provided are:

  • 6 week Nordic Walking Program (6 x 50 minute weekly classes).

  • 1-on-1 or 1-on-2 Private Sessions (60 minutes).

  • 'Learn to' Clinic (Intensive 2-3 hour session).

  • Come along to a 'Come & Try' Session (50 minutes).

  • Schedule a 'Come & Try' session for your own group of friends, family, work mates.

  • Weekly classes and instructor-led walks.

Kita is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and a full member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). 

No out-of-pocket costs on services provided under GP Management Plans, Team Care arrangements and Aboriginal Health Services.

DVA funded Exercise Physiology Service available to Eligible White Card Holders with a valid referral. 

30 Health Insurers now pay a benefit for services provided by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Are Exercise Physiology Services covered by your Private Health Insurer?    

Certified by the Nordic Academy, recognised Nordic Walking authority and leading national provider in Australia



“Kita thanks for all your hard work and dedication down at Nollamara FC, I definitely couldn't play footy week in week out without your expertise.”

Des Headland

Former AFL Player

“I attended one of Kita's introduction Nordic Walking sessions and I found it both fun and educational. As an experienced hiker from a passion and business point of view I learnt a new way to walk with my poles to utilise more muscles which can only benefit my hiking and physicla health. I recommend it!"

Didier Monot

Small business owner

Didier Walks

"Thank you for your valuable contribution to our Stroke Support Groups. The members really appreciated your efforts and now see the rewards! Fantastic work!.”

Jonine Collins

Executive Officer, WA

Stroke Foundation



"Thanks for giving us the chance to allow ourselves to  hope for even a little improvement with out hand-arm movements. We appreciate your precious time and effort, and we will keep up the "brain training' you have instilled in us." 


Yvonne, Priscilla and Winston

(Stroke Survivors)

“Thank you for all your help and assistance in working on my arm. I know it is doing good and Susan and I are grateful that you were able to include us on your programme.”

Noel A.

(Stroke Survivor)