Dietitians & nutritionists

All bodies

can do great things

Learn how to optimise your physical and mental performance through strategic nutrition made simple.

We believe that every body is capable of incredible things

Imagine having the energy and brain space to focus on the things you actually enjoy.

Keep it personal

After years of working with athletes in private practice we’ve learnt that general sports nutrition advice doesn’t cut it – knowledge doesn’t = performance. Athlete’s need tailored coaching that fits the unique pressures of their life.

The other side of this one is the importance of personal relationships. In clinical terms, ‘therapeutic alliance’ (aka connecting with and collaborating with the athlete) is known to be one of the biggest predictor of positive outcomes.

Keep it real

We’re all about helping athletes nail their nutrition in the easiest and simplest way possible. Athletes have enough stress to deal with, food shouldn’t add to that load.

Keep adapting

We’ve never been good at sticking to the status quo. We are constantly critiquing and improving our systems and skills to stay ahead of the game and ensure that our clients are getting the best results possible.

Our wheelhouse of expertise

Sports Performance

Learn how to fuel your body to optimise your training and recovery so that you’re competing at a higher intensity for longer durations of time.

Understanding your body’s requirements can be super confusing. We are here to help you understand what to eat across your season and how to minimise the time you spend thinking about food.

Neurodiversity

Food can be harder for Autistic people and ADHDer’s and the shame we can feel because of this is real. Executive dysfunction can look like ‘laziness’. Sensory sensitivities can look like you’re just ‘fussy’.

We are here to help you develop insight, self-compassion and strategies to help you nourish your body in a way that works for you.

Relationship with food

Understanding the difference between discipline and unhelpful food behaviours is hard!

For most of our lives we have been taught to ignore our appetite cues, eat certain foods, avoid other foods and stop eating after a certain time. Despite these rules, we still feel uncomfortable in our bodies and guilty after eating foods we enjoy.

If you’re finding yourself exhausted from constantly thinking about food, we see you and we are here to help you learn how to trust your body again and give it the nourishment that it would love.

we’re different because we’re just like you.

We aren’t afraid to admit that we get it, food can be tough. Each of us have had our own struggles with food but those experiences have made us passionate about providing a service that is realistic, simple and tailored for different brains and bodies.

your goals are our goals

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grace Ingram

Accredited practising dietitian

Key Interests:
Eating disorders & disordered eating
Gut health & IBS
Young athletes
Women’s health & fertility

how the team describes grace:

Compassionate, Gentle, Reliable, Innovative

As an ex-dancer of 15 years, I’ve had plenty of first hand experience with fueling challenges when it comes to living an active lifestyle. This meant years of disordered relationships with food and body image, leading to underfuelling and countless injuries. 

From this experience, I became passionate about empowering my clients with the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about their nutrition to continue living the life they love to their fullest potential.

Whether this means finding freedom with food and removing the mental load that comes with eating, taking back control of disruptive gut symptoms or finding a fuelling routine that works for you, I am committed to supporting you to feel calm, confident and empowered with food.

With all clients, nurturing a healthy relationship with food and body image is central to my philosophy. I believe that a healthy mindset and a balanced approach are essential components of a nourished life and emphasise the importance of  a “whole-person” approach when making changes to eating habits and lifestyle. I practice from a weight neutral, evidence-informed lens and appreciate that health is much more complex than what you eat.

I am passionate about empowering clients with the ability to learn HOW to eat, rather than just telling them what to eat. My goal is to support you to nourish and fuel yourself while taking the stress and overwhelm out of eating.

With a compassionate approach I have a mission of guiding clients to find their version of healthy eating, and achieve this in a way that is easy and enjoyable. If you’re feeling lost and overwhelmed when it comes to nutrition, your health or performance, I’m the dietitian for you!

Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nutrition) – The University of Queensland
Master of Dietetic Studies – The University of Queensland
Healthy Pregnancy, Healthy Baby Course
Motivational Interviewing – Psychwire
Adolescent Webinar Series – Sports Dietitians Australia
Eating Disorders – Community Training for Dietitians – Inside Out
ISAK Level 1 Anthropometry
UQ Research Project with Princess Alexandra Hospital – Type 2 Diabetes

Eating Disorders / Disordered Eating: Binge eating disorder, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Body image concerns, Relationship with food; Intuitive eating.
Sports Nutrition: Dance & Aesthetic sports, Aussie Rules, Soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Netball, Hockey, Running, Cycling, Swimming, Triathlons, Rowing; Strategies for fuelling across the season; Altering body composition across the season; Carb loading and race day plans.
Injury Rehab: Pre-surgery nutrition; Conservative ACL rehab; Reconstructions; Bone injuries; Tendonopathies; Ongoing niggles.
Adolescents: Young athletes, Nutrition for growth and development, Disordered eating & Eating disorders.
Gut Health: IBS; Food intolerances; Coeliac; IBD.
Women’s Health: Fertility, Endometriosis, PCOS.

Bronte Lister

Accredited practising dietitian

Key Interests:
ADHD / Autistic Friendly eating (adults & children)
Eating disorders & disordered eating
Gut health & IBS
Dance, gymnastics & Physie

how the team describes bronte:

Bright, Empathetic, Fun, Creative

Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nutrition) – The University of Queensland
Master of Dietetic Studies – The University of Queensland
Motivational Interviewing – Psychwire
Eating Disorders – Community Training for Dietitians – Inside Out
ISAK Level 1 Anthropometry
Certificate IV in dance – Brent Street

ADHD/ASD: Binge eating disorder; Time poor nutrition strategies; Object permanence nutrition strategies; Decision fatigue; ARFID; Food sensitivities; Fussy eating; Food hyperfixations.
Eating Disorders / Disordered Eating: Binge eating disorder, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Body image concerns, Relationship with food; Intuitive eating.
Mental Health: Generalised anxiety disorder; Post traumatic Stress Disorder; Schitzophrenia.
Gut Health: IBS; Food intolerances; Coeliac; IBD;
Sports nutrition: Dancers and aesthetic sports; team sports; Practical and simple nutrition strategies.
Chronic disease: High blood pressure, high cholesterol, Diabetes, Fatty liver.

Hannah Wilson

Director
Sports dietitian
Credentialed eating disorder clinician

Key Interests:
ADHD friendly eating (teens & adults)
Sports nutrition
Injury rehab
Relationship with Food

PLEASE NOTE:

Hannah’s areas of expertise are in relationship with food and sports performance. Hannah is no longer taking on weight loss related goals.


How the team describe Hannah:

Trustworthy, Creative, Ambitious, Authentic

When I was younger, I competed in athletics. There came a point where I put so much pressure on myself to do well, I began to cut down my eating with the belief that lighter equals faster. In turn, developed an eating disorder. My performance suffered and I couldn’t compete or train. It then became my passion to assist others in fuelling their bodies to optimise their performance without compromising longer term health or a healthy relationship with food.

I have also struggled with fuelling my training even as an adult and a sports dietitian. As someone with ADHD, food actually doesn’t come easily to me. I struggle to plan, remember to eat and task switch. For a long time I felt guilty about this and I felt like a fraud. However, I’ve realised that this has been something that has shaped the way I practice for the better. I understand that food can be hard (for so many different reasons!) and focussing on getting consistent with the big nutrition priorities is better than exhausting yourself nailing every single detail.

Although I have worked with athletes of all levels, my ideal client is anyone who is motivated to take a step forward in their health & performance.

I’ve now begun to take a lot of joy in building my team, seeing them grow as practitioners and seeing all of our clients achieve their goals.

My approach is to keep it as simple and easy as possible so that my clients are spending less time in the kitchen and more time doing the things they love.

I like to gain a deep understanding of my clients values around food, socialising, performance etc and form realistic goals together, where these values are the foundation.

There is always so many things we can optimise when it comes to nutrition, and sometimes it can be very overwhelming. I like to map this all out and then work with my clients to find the key priorities and work from the ground up. Our values can help us prioritise the changes that will have the greatest impact on our lives.

I think that forming a roadmap early on is important and having the ability to adapt that to changing circumstances in life is even more key.

Overall, I would say that I am a dietitian who values your input, autonomy and unique preferences and works with you to come up with a nutrition plan that fits your needs as simply as possible.

Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics – Queensland University of Technology
Sports Nutrition Accreditation – Sports Dietitians Australia
ISAK Level 1 Anthropometry
Adolescent Webinar Series – Sports Dietitians Australia
Motivational Interviewing – Psychwire
Eating Disorders – Community Training for Dietitians – Inside Out
CTB-E Foundational Training

Sports Nutrition: Aussie Rules, Soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Netball, Hockey, Track & Field including Decathlon & Heptathlon, Running, Cycling, Swimming, Triathlons, Rowing, Kayaking, Fight sports; Strategies for fuelling across the season; Altering body composition across the season; Carb loading and race day plans.
Injury Rehab: Pre-surgery nutrition; Conservative ACL rehab; Reconstructions; Bone injuries; Tendonopathies; Ongoing niggles.
Adolescents: Young athletes, Nutrition for growth and development, Disordered eating & Eating disorders
ADHD/ASD: Fuelling for performance with appetite concerns; Binge eating disorder; Time poor nutrition strategies; Object permanence nutrition strategies; Decision fatigue; ARFID; Food sensitivities; Fussy eating; Food hyperfixations; Ehlers-Danlos syndrome; Hypermobility.

Andrew Hunter

Accredited practising dietitian

Key Interests:
ADHD / Autism friendly eating
Paediatric Nutrition
Sports Nutrition – Fight, Power Sports & Triathlons
Weekend Athletes


How the team describe andrew:

Curious, Intuitive, Simplistic, Passionate

Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics – Griffith University
Diploma of Fitness
Certificate III and IV of Fitness

Sports Nutrition: Powerlifting, CrossFit, Triathlon, Brazilian-Jiu-Jitsu, Aussie Rules, Soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Netball, Hockey, Running, Cycling, Swimming, Triathlons, Fight sports; Strategies for fuelling across the season; Carb loading and race day plans.
Injury Rehab: Pre-surgery nutrition; Conservative ACL rehab; Reconstructions; Bone injuries; Tendonopathies; Ongoing niggles.
Adolescents: Young athletes, Nutrition for growth and development, Disordered eating & Eating disorders
ADHD/ASD: Fuelling for performance with appetite concerns; Binge eating disorder; Time poor nutrition strategies; Object permanence nutrition strategies; Decision fatigue; ARFID; Food sensitivities; Fussy eating; Food hyperfixations.

dr Maud achard

mental health dietitian
Credentialed eating disorder clinician

Key Interests:
Neurodivergence (e.g., Autism, ADHD, TS)
Eating disorder / feeding differences, including ARFID
Sensory & executive function friendly eating
Body image concerns & gender affirming care

PLEASE NOTE:

Maud is not taking on clients for weight loss or body composition related goals.


How the team describe andrew:

Genuine, Imaginative, Quirky Perceptive

In my previous career as a researcher and lecturer in academia, life taught me the importance of mental wellbeing and receiving adequate support. I then decided to go back to university to become a dietitian and specialise in mental health to help reduce stigma in this area.

Over the years, I have been supporting individuals in hospital and community mental health services. It is through this journey that I started to work with neurodivergent people. Communication felt easy with Autistic and ADHDers. I could relate to so many experiences my clients shared, which in the end led me to the wonderful discovery that I am neurodivergent myself.

Now my mission is to better support adolescents and adults with feeding differences and/or eating disorder using a trauma-informed, gender inclusive, and neurodiversity affirming approach.

What I aim for is to 1) understand what is important to my clients, 2) figure out what is “getting in the way”, and 3) collaboratively work on creating systems that work for them.

My dietetic practice draws upon the following frameworks and treatment models: Responsive Feeding Therapy (RFT), Trauma Informed Care, Neurodiversity Affirming Model, Non-Diet Approach and Health at Every Size (HAES), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Internal Family System therapy (IFS).

Qualifications

  •  Master of Dietetics Studies – The University of Queensland
  •  Master in Toxicology – France
  •  PhD in Ecotoxicology – France


Additional trainings

  • Responsive Feeding Therapy (RFT) – EDRDPro
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Dietitians (ACT) – EDRDPro
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) – EDRDPro & Project Air
  • Radically Open Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (RO-DBT) – EDRDPro
  • Trauma Informed Dietetics Care – EDRDPro
  • Trauma Informed Care of Autistic People – Learn Play Thrive
  • ADHD, Trauma, Food and the Body – RDs for Neurodiversity
  • The Autism and Neurodiversity Masterclass – Autism Camp Australia
  • Binge Eating Disorder Treatment – EDRDPro
  • Inclusive Approaches to Supporting Neurodivergent Children with Feeding Challenges – RDs for Neurodiversity
  • Body Image Counselling / Weight Neutral Approach – Marcy RD Nutrition

My SPINs (special interests) are Dungeons and Dragons, Sci-fi and fantasy books, charcoal drawing, learning about how neurodivergent brains work.

I am a board member at Eating Disorder Neurodiversity Australia (EDNA). Part of my role includes developing training materials and running education workshops for health professionals to help create a more accessible, safe, and supportive space for the diversity of minds out there.

I also offer supervision for clinicians interested in neurodiversity affirming care.

our space

All Bodies is a space where you are welcome to come as you are. We’re located in a small and quiet clinic space.

We’ve designed our space to be welcoming to all body sizes with a comfortable couch and armless chairs in the waiting room.

In our rooms you’ll be greeted with soft lamp lighting and you’ll find a variety of fidget toys, space to sit on the floor and move around as well as cosy blankets and pillows.

When you book your initial session we ask if you have any preferences for how you’d like the room to be set up so that you can come in confident that you’ll be feeling safe and comfortable.