Athlete Development Nelson Bay

Evado Studios Nelson Bay

7-8/35 Stockton St, Nelson Bay

phone (02) 4039 9915

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Evado Studios’ Athlete Development and Junior Athlete Development programs are specifically designed to improve athletic performance and provide sport-specific injury rehab (if required). 

The Athlete Development Program has been devised specifically for athletes including junior and recreational, offering them an opportunity to train utilising a sports-specific, individualised training program to achieve their goals. Advanced training methods are employed to develop speed, strength, power, agility, motor control and quality of movement patterns to improve overall performance.

Initial Assessment
You will complete an initial 1-on-1 assessment with a Personal Trainer to formulate your individualised training program. Junior Athletes will also complete an initial 1-on-1 assessment with a Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. 

After the initial appointment, athletes will transition into a small group (up to 6) with likeminded athletes striving to improve athletic performance. Training programs will be developed based on either 6 or 12 session blocks, depending on goals set by the athlete.

At the conclusion of the training blocks, athletes are reassessed and outcome measures are taken. New goals can be set, and a new training program can be designed and implemented depending on the requirements of the athlete.

Modern boutique studios

Our modern and boutique studio allow us to offer a range of rehabilitation and fitness services under one roof, including Physiotherapy, Pilates, Fitness Classes, Personal Training and more.

Flexible payment options

We offer a range casual, package and membership options to suit all needs. Health insurance rebates are also available for clinical services.


Our Target.Perform.Achieve system ensures that we are with you every step of the way on your rehabilitation or fitness journey. We offer this in a fun environment to ensure that exercise and recovery is a positive experience.