Why NeuroFitness

Welcome to the NeuroFitness studios.

Our facilities provide you with top of the art training to transform and change your body.

Our approach starts by teaching you the psychology of movement by utilizing our own NeuroFitness Method (the training of motor control repatterning) to teach you how to move better day to day, whether it be for general health, better fitness or sports performance.

At our Randwick studio we also offer clients that progress in their training the option of small group classes as an affordable replacement or add on to their private training sessions.



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Training at the NeuroFitness Studios has many benefits including:


  • Injury rehabilitation
  • Establish correct technique
  • Increase movement range
  • Individualised plans
  • Variety of programs
  • Small group classes

Your best fitness approach

Learn the correct movement and posture to achieve results whilst looking after your body

why choose us

We are a functional training company that is committed to identifying the best teaching methods to enable clients to achieve their fitness goals. Our unique facilities incorporate a multitude of training environments such as, Pilates reformers, Suspension training, SurfSet, Mat work, and Incline training,  that focus on creating real change in a client’s movement performance. Our trainers use the NeuroFitness Method to create lasting change that enhances efficient movement and performance.


Our Experienced Staff

Thomas Roman

Tom has over 30 years’ experience in the fitness industry, having taught everything from Step, Pump and Aerobics, to Pilates group classes. He has operated a successful personal training business...

Naomi Pendergast

Naomi has spent her entire working life dedicated to sports training and human movement, spending the first 26 years in dancing and athletics. At the age of 20 she decided to pursue...

Juliana Gamboa

Juliana has 10 years of experience in human movement and holds a bachelor degree of physiotherapy from the Rosary University in Colombia...

Marie-Christine Thibaudeau

Marie is originally from Quebec, Canada and has been in the health and wellness industry for the past 5 years...

Julian Cailon

Julian has always had a strong passion and desire for movement, having been a Latin American dancer since the age of 10...

Zuzana Vasailes

Zuzuna has been a fitnessprofessional for over 15 years. From an early age has had a passion for sports and movement, at the age of 5 began ice skating...

Alex Kovats

Currently a personal trainer and 3rd year Exercise Physiology at USNW, Alex has a background in remedial massage therapy mixed with exercise prescription...

Grace Williams

Currently registered as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, after completing studies at Sydney University...

Mila Nikiforova

As a young woman in Russia, Mila excelled at figure skating and cross country skiing, instilling in her a passion for fitness and form in movement...

Shira Goldstein

Shira discovered Pilates after completing her degree in Sport and Exercise Science. She was looking to combine her knowledge and experience...

What our clients Say

Tom’s skill at combining cardio and strength based exercises means you always work up a sweat and definitely feel the results in the days that follow. He continually adds new techniques to my sessions to challenge the status quo.

Bill Findlay


Naomi never fails to immediately see your areas of weakness and come up with different ways each week to strengthen them. She works you hard and keeps you motivated to come back for more.

Belinda Findlay


I have been training with Tom and his colleagues for over 20 years, the last 15 being Pilates/Functional movement training. Not only has it helped me personally, but I have incorporated knowledge I have gained from Tom into my medical practice, which is predominately musculoskeletal medicine. Tom is always on the lookout for new ways to constantly improve what he and his staff are doing, be that new techniques or the latest equipment. His functional movement training, fixing abnormal movement patterns and incorporating what we know about neuroplasticity are exciting to be involved with, both from a client as well as a practitioners viewpoint.

Dr Greg Cameron