Sophie Nash


Sophie is a qualified Exercise Physiologist at Hiya Health. She graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Honours) from the University of Queensland in 2022. She has also completed her Level 1 Equipment Pilates Certificate with the Pilates Institute of Queensland. Sophie’s special interest areas include: oncology, women’s health, metabolic conditions, healthy ageing, neurological conditions, paediatric populations and chronic disease management.

Sophie follows an integrated approach to patient management and actively participates in our multidisciplinary team at Hiya Health to elevate the level of care for her patients. She constantly advocates movement as medicine and incorporates an Evidence Based Practice approach to assist her clients to achieve the best possible outcomes.

On the weekend, Sophie enjoys playing hockey, training for triathlons, travelling and exploring the outdoors with family and friends.


Pilates Equipment Level 1

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neurological conditions
  • Paediatrics
  • Clinical pilates
  • Women’s Health
  • Oncology
  • Athlectia development
  • Healthy ageing
  • Cardiorespiratory
  • Metabolic health conditions

“I am extremely passionate about helping individuals manage their health and assist them on their journey to reach their goals. I believe that movement is medicine and can be tailored to anyone and everyone! I genuinely care about the people that I see here at Hiya Health. I enjoy hearing everyone’s backgrounds, stories and goals they are wanting to achieve using a holistic approach.
The connections you make as soon as a client walks in the door and the journey you go on with them supporting them reach these goals is so rewarding. The incredible multi-disciplinary practice we have here at Hiya Health is not only so beneficial in providing the most optimal treatment for our clients but also provides a luxury for us staff with the ability to work in a team with such variety and experience. I thoroughly enjoy the knowledge shared and opportunity to bounce off my colleagues and constantly be growing and learning as a practitioner.”


Sophie Nash, Exercise Physiologist