Bri graduated from the University of Southern Queensland with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science majoring in Exercise Physiology. Bri pursued Exercise Physiology due to her own extensive background in sport and struggles with injury. These experiences sparked a desire to understand the biomechanics and rehabilitation required to appropriately manage and prevent common sporting injuries, but also led to a love of using exercise to manage and prevent chronic disease and disability. Upon completing her degree, Bri followed her passion for playing rugby union, which led to her move to Brisbane.

Bri has worked in private practice as an Exercise Physiologist since graduating and has thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of working with a range of clientele. Bri particularly enjoys working with chronic disease, people with a disability, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, osteoporosis, maintaining and/or improving quality of life, and making anyone, no matter the experience level, feel comfortable with exercise. Providing education to clients is a large focus for Bri, as she strives to achieve a holistic approach when implementing exercise prescription to assist client achieve their goals. Bri is also a licensed ONERO program facilitator to help those diagnosed with Osteopenia and Osteoporosis.

Outside of playing elite rugby, Bri enjoys spending time with friends, watching recommended films and exercising with her dog Arlo.