Lynda Pope - ATUNE Health Centres - Clinical Nutritionist

Lynda Maree is a busy mum, when she is not working, she loves going for bush walks in the local Newcastle tracks, or roller skating with her 13-year-old son, who flies past her on the skates!! Her second favourite thing to do is watch her favourite action movie with her husband or sit in front of the fire with a hot drink.

Having worked in the health and fitness industry since the year 2000, her career as a personal trainer and group fitness trainer has spanned decades, and her experience competing in the WBFF and ANBA competitions as well as marathons has given her a passion for ensuring athletes are well prepared for their sport through the role nutrition plays.

Lynda holds a bachelor’s degree in Health Science in Clinical Nutrition from Torrens University Sydney. She also holds an Advanced Diploma in Personal Training from the YMCA UK. As a clinical nutritionist, Lynda seeks to work with individuals who want to perform at their best and set themselves up for success both on and off the field.

Lynda is interested in seeing clients who want to lose unwanted body fat and who want to. Clients who want to:

  • Reduce body fat and unwanted weight gain.
  • Improve their ability to cope with stress and reduce the effects of anxiety
  • Improve their sleep onset or quality
  • Improve concentration levels and duration.
  • Better recovery and less muscle soreness
  • Experience digestive discomfort and pain
  • Have a family history of diabetes and/ or heart disease who want to take care to reduce the risk of developing these conditions themselves.
  • Want to manage the incidences of weight gain and UTI’s and other menopausal symptoms.
  • Want to reduce the incidences of brain fog and memory loss or low mood.

Lynda is passionate about creating good health and fitness outcomes for her clients She is a practicing member of the Australian Natural Therapies Association (ANTA) and a practising member of FITREC and can see clients who are self-funded or who have nutrition covered in their private health funds.