Jordan Liu-Batista


Jordan is an experienced Exercise Physiologist at Hiya Health Beenleigh. Graduating with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology from QUT in 2020, Jordan has been practising since. Initially working on the Sunshine Coast before moving back home to Brisbane in 2022.

Having come from a sporting background, Jordan has a particular passion for athletic performance. Currently he also works at East Tigers Rugby Union where he works directly with the ‘colts’ teams as a Strength & Conditioning Coach, as well as a Rehab Specialist treating all injured members of the rugby club including but not limited to ACL Rehabilitation.

After beginning his career as an Exercise Physiologist, Jordan was quickly drawn to the complex nature of Neurological conditions. Using innovative and challenging interventions to incorporate aspects of athletic performance training into complex neurological rehabilitation.

Jordan follows an integrated approach to patient management and actively endorses a multi-disciplinary, holistic approach to meet the level of care he believes all patients should receive. His clinical experience covers a wide range of challenges including but not limited to, Weight Loss Management, Men’s Mental Health, Musculoskeletal injuries, Neurological , ASD / ADHD, Athletic Performance and workplace injury management.

When Jordan is not in clinic you will typically find him out on a Rugby field, off the beaten track rock climbing, or spending quality time with his friends.

  • Athletic development
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Men’s mental health
  • Neurological conditions
  • Weight loss management
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Workplace injury management
  • ASD / ADHD
Everyone deserves the opportunity and the chance to try and better themselves, whether that be physically, emotionally, or mentally. Through a person-centred approach rather than a condition-centred, I like to think I provide that opportunity and guidance.
At the end of the day, there’s no better feeling than hearing a client tell you about how they achieved their goal/s and knowing that you helped them along that journey”

Jordan Liu-Batista, Exercise Physiologist