Terrie’s driver is to keep wonderful people doing the work they love, living an enjoyable life & flourishing into longevity.

​Terrie enjoys working in the unknown and the unusual. 


Her work is slightly unconventional in that she has learnt to interpret unique sub-clinical signs and unique toxic footprints in an individuals biochemistry. 


Her work includes a Health Model Approach (trademark H.L. Sam Queen) which she has interpreted across to exercise physiology to re-establish the base requirements of a robust body resulting in a healthy physical resiliency when challenged. 


She talks about this as a persons 'Full Bucket Syndrome' rating, to keep things simple.


In the area of physical resiliency, Terrie's special skill and interest is in looking at how chronic exposures can lead to compromise in our ability to function. ​

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From a young age she has been intrigued by the true potential of the human being.  Starting with her fascination for human biology as a teenager.


University Qualified with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance, Exercise Science,  as well as a Diploma in Education.  This included some introductory study in anthropology, neuro-anatomy and special education.


She has experienced first hand, how chronic toxicity can lead to compromise in our ability to function when she had to find a way to problem solve for herself a way through some serious challenges. 


This is when she came to realise the importance of understanding the sub-clinical signs and how our body deals with the challenge of chronic exposures.


Lucky for her she found the insightful work of H.L. Sam Queen, and went on to integrate this across for use in exercise science, including recovering function in these circumstances.

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Terrie Sanders is university qualified in Human Physical Performance and Education, with a Bachelor of Science (Human Performance) & Diploma of Education from the University of Western Australia.

For 13yrs Terrie was Owner, Manager and Lead Consultant of Health Pro Consultants Pty Ltd whose team of professionals, under her leadership, serviced health and well-being programs for Corporations throughout Western Australia including Woodside, Western Mining, Alcoa, Telstra, Water Corporation, Lendlease.


She is known both Australia wide and internationally for her unique and industry recognised initiatives and results.

Some past awards in which Terrie has been priviledged to be recognised include:

  • WA Aerobics Exercise Instructor of the Year by the Aerobic Institute of Western Australia

  • WA Fitness Leader of the Year by Network of Fitness Professionals Australia

  • an Executive Management Scholarship by the Australian Institute of Management

  • Gold medalist Paralympics 

  • Set new World Record International Cycling

  • Nominated for Paralympian of the Year

  • Nominated WA Sports Person of the Year

  • Guest speaker by invitation in the Woman of Distinction Program Guides Australia.

Terrie was awarded an Order of Australia medal in 1997 for her service to Australia as a World Record holder and Gold Medal cyclist.

** Terrie's BPE qualification included studies in: human physiology; human anatomy; functional anatomy; nutrition; growth and development; health, exercise and sport psychology; exercise physiology; biomechanics; motor control and learning; physical activity and health; research methods and statistics; health, exercise and sport assessment; exercise prescription; exercise delivery and professional practice.