The Method

The Method Now is an online nutrition and lifestyle coaching platform, that brings together specialist expert coaches from around the world, to work with people from all walks of life.. 

Each and every client is specifically matched with a coach based on where they’ve been, where they are and where they want to go. We are proud to offer such a diverse team of coaches from around the world with a breadth of experience and expertise to help anyone achieve their goals.

The Method’s fundamental aim is to educate people on eating (and debunking!) a healthy and balanced diet, understanding their own body better and nourishing it to live your most optimal life. We cut the crap to simplify healthy living.

In short, our method involves analysing what happens when you eat what you eat. We measure body composition changes and other health markers like sleep quality, training capacity, mental health and energy levels to keep you on track to achieving your goals.

Our aim is to bring out the best in each individual and to provide them with the tools to take control of their own health journey. Some clients stay with us for six months; others two years or more; and some go and come back. The bottom line is that if something’s not working, we’ll change it. If changes aren’t happening, we’ll address it. If it’s all too hard, we’ll make it easier.

Our coaches share a  passion for helping people from all walks of life to achieve their goals.

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Our Coaches

Aaron Troyer

Coach Aaron brings a particularly unique background to our coaching team. A sports enthusiast his whole life and a qualified Mechanical Engineer (Colorado School of Mines, US), he’s found that his education and years of experience in health and fitness lends itself to the useful combination of science and human psychology required for success with nutrition. Aaron currently eats with one goal in mind: to feel physically and mentally as good as possible while supporting his training. His experiments during this pursuit have enabled many learnings, which he’s excited to share with clients to accelerate their progress.

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Amanda Bunn

Coach Amanda's number one passion lies in exploring and developing human potential. She describes herself as a "student of the game" and is always looking to strengthen and question her understanding of human movement, health and nutrition. She loves sharing this with her clients to help them reach their own potential and to improve their standard of living and performance. Amanda believes everyone deserves a chance to express their highest potential and to live a healthy and fulfilled life - physically, mentally, spiritually, emotionally and socially – and that nutrition is the basis for improving these aspects. Her coaching centres around not only using nutrition as a means to prevent disease and improve general health, but she also loves working with athletes on making those all-important “one-percent” improvements in expressing their physical skills.  Amanda has an insatiable desire to live a fulfilled life. She pursued a professional tennis career until an injury forced her to re-evaluate and functional fitness has become her sport of choice. She has more than 15 years’ coaching experience working with a wide variety of population groups. In 2016, she graduated from University of Auckland’s (New Zealand) medical school and before that, she completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). 

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Caitlyn McClelland

Coach Caitlyn has been super active her whole life. From competing in high-level netball and basketball as a teenager to powerlifting, bodybuilding and CrossFit’ting into her adult years. After becoming a personal trainer and Les Mills Group Fitness Instructor for three years, Caitlyn recognised a huge gap between clients training hard in the gym not seeing their expected results: this is when she took an interest in the vital role of nutrition. During her Human Nutrition and Health Sciences studies, Caitlyn found there was so much more to achieving sustainable results than “training hard” and “eating clean”. Her coaching ethos is heavily centred around striking a balance between soul food, whole food and a healthy relationship with food - mind, body and spirit.

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Colten Murphy

Hailing from the United States, Coach Colten is a data analyst by trade, but is better-known among his friends as a passionate (amateur) cook, breakfast lover and recreational exerciser. He spent his childhood outdoors playing every sport available to him and not much has changed since then.  At college, Colten dabbled in kinesiology studies and started piecing the puzzle of becoming the healthiest version of himself. He also discovered a passion for cooking - and good food, more broadly – as well as CrossFit, in an effort to keep fit (and maintain his competitive edge).  Through his personal experiences and extracurricular studies, Colten learned how to optimally use food as fuel for the body. He now enjoys the flexibility of enjoying his favourite foods, while providing his body the nutrients it needs. Finding what works best for each individual to become their healthiest self is what drives Colten to help others. Flexibility, consistency, and sustainability are some of his main building blocks!

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Ellen Di Dia

Coach Ellen grew up playing a variety of sports, before taking up competitive bodybuilding and, eventually, finding CrossFit to light her fire. After struggling through years of yo-yo dieting as a teen, she decided enough was enough and dived head-first into learning about proper nutrition. She quickly learned that no food has to be off-limits, and that being flexible with nutrition (and life in general) will yield the best results.    That’s where Ellen’s passion started and then decided to study a degree in nutrition and health.   Now, a nutritionist with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Public Health, Ellen’s mission is to help others reach their full potential and achieve their health, fitness and lifestyle goals using the tools and knowledge she’s accumulated through university and years of experience.     Ellen is also a group fitness coach at her local F45, and likes to compete in CrossFit competitions any chance she can!

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Ellen Kessling

Along with support for optimising overall health and wellness, as a Dietitian, Ellen is qualified to treat a variety of health and nutrition-related concerns, including (but not limited to) digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, irritable bowel syndrome, food intolerances, allergies, coeliac disease, malnutrition, modified texture diets and nutrition in pregnancy.   Ellen developed her passion for nutrition and exercise when she began her studies in a Bachelor of Health Science, deciding to major in both Nutrition and Exercise Science at The University of Adelaide. Following this, her passion for nutrition grew and she underwent her Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University and gained a year of experience consulting with patients and management of health and diseases in various South Australian Hospitals, recognising the difference good nutrition can make to peoples lives. As a qualified Nutritionist, Exercise Scientist, and Dietitian, Ellen has always been passionate about her health and the health of the people around her. Ellen aims to support people to find their own place of balance, encouraging people to listen to their body, exercise to feel good, and eat to nourish their body and feel their best. Ellen believes health is not one size fits all, an individual approach to a healthy lifestyle is essential and different for every person. Health to Ellen means to optimise your relationship with food and exercise, but also means to get enough sleep, reduce stress, balance hormones, and look after your mindset as every aspect can impact one another.

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Emilia McNamara

At a young age, Coach Emmy was “thrown in the deep end” where she spent the next 15 years, competing at a national level in backstroke and then water polo. She swapped the pool for a barbell in 2014 and continued her love for sports as a CrossFit coach and competitor. She’s now a Level 2 CrossFit coach and has worked in gyms across the world; Boston (USA), London (UK), Sydney (AUS), and Brisbane (AUS). She considers herself a sports-a-holic. Emmy is passionate about helping individuals find space for health and nutrition in their current lifestyles. Understanding that everyone has differing work, family and social commitments, she wants to educate and guide clients to help them seamlessly, enjoyably and sustainably meet their nutrition and fitness goals.

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Emma Rogers

Fitness has always been a big part of Coach Emma’s life – in school, playing just about any sport you can think of, then working in the fitness industry for the last six years.    Emma worked as a personal trainer while studying Human Kinetics and Ergonomics at Rhodes University, South Africa. She then stumbled into, and fell head over heels for, CrossFit and has managed to turn that into a full-time career. She spent time coaching in Hong Kong, before returning to South Africa where she opened her own Affiliate. Through this experience, Emma realised just how important nutrition is; not just for performance, but for obtaining optimal health and wellbeing.   Over the last couple of years, Emma has taken a deep dive into nutrition as a tool to heal her body. She’s a huge believer in healing naturally and, where possible, using whole foods as ‘medicine’. She also has a particular interest in balancing hormones through nutrition, as well as optimising performance.     As a Nutrition coach, Emma hopes to inspire others to fall in love with food and all the benefits of a balanced diet. She aims to provide clients with all the tools they need to develop healthy and sustainable habits that they can continue implementing for the rest of their lives. 

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Georgia Bevan

Coach Georgia’s aim is to empower athletes, from the “everyday” to the “elite”, to reach their potential by nourishing their bodies and simply enjoying the food they eat. She’s passionate about “health first” behaviours and helping clients achieve realistic long-term changes for their health and life performance.    Georgia grew up in a health-conscious and active household, which led her to represent South Australia in softball for 10 years (from juniors to open age groups) before taking up AFL in 2012. From her first training session, she was hooked and became involved in the groundswell that led to her being drafted in the inaugural AFLW competition in 2017. Georgia is an Inaugural AFLW premiership player with the Adelaide Crows, co-captain of Sturt FC SANFLW, and is currently playing VFLW with Hawthorn FC.   Georgia has always been passionate about sports performance, so a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Flinders University, 2015) before becoming an Accredited Sports Dietitian in 2017, made sense for her. Like many young girls, she spent her late-teens dieting and subsequently developed disordered eating habits. Through her dietetics course, she learned the value of food as fuel, which now plays a vital role in helping her juggle her professional and sporting careers.    After uni, Georgia learned about the “non-diet” approach and intuitive eating, and she began to heal her relationship with food and her body. This ultimately led to an increase in strength, fitness and mental health with less focus on body composition goals. 

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Jessica Crumpton

Coach Jess is a Registered Nurse who’s worked with a pretty diverse patient population throughout her career. She naturally developed a keen interest in health and wellness, which eventually changed her outlook on fitness, too. After years of feeling like “fitness” was synonymous with deprivation and painful workouts, Jess found new movement modalities that allowed her to befriend her body. She now trains in Pilates and mobility movement, and eats to help fuel these practices.   Jess’s coaching focuses on the balance between lifestyle, values and individual goals. She loves making good movement and wholesome food approachable and attainable for clients, with an emphasis on sustainable habit change.

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Jimena Ramirez

  Coach Jimena’s passion for nutrition stems from her own health and fitness journey. At age 14, she was diagnosed with Lupus and over the last 12+ years, Jimena has managed to go medication-free after working hard on her own nutrition and lifestyle.  Jimena grew up in Argentina and has been bilingual since she was five years old. She studied English for 10 years, then English-Spanish Certified Translation at Buenos Aires University. She later specialised in medical translation as well as nutrition, fitness, and weightlifting specialised translation and interpretation.  Jimena found CrossFit in 2013 when she was 27. Not having played any sports growing up, CrossFit ignited a new passion for all things health and fitness. She was a competitive athlete for four years, competing in the CrossFit Games Regionals in 2014 as a part of a team. After finding CrossFit, Jimena took a leap and began studying nutrition (first on her own, then through specialised certifications and courses) and she's now working towards her Master’s degree as a Dietitian. She has been a nutrition coach for more than six years and has worked with hundreds of clients from all walks of life. Jimena combines her experience with an integrative, evidence-based approach to health as well as performance. She works with clients English- and Spanish-speaking clients. Coach Jimena has worked with recreational and professional/Olympic level athletes from CrossFit, weightlifting, swimming, team sports and endurance sports. Her unique perspective allows her to understand clients who struggle with mindset—and to support them with changing their habits—as well as those who are pursuing all levels of athletic performance goals. As a nutrition coach, she focuses on helping clients finding ways to foster healthy relationships with food through lasting and sustainable lifestyle adjustments, while simultaneously working on their self-acceptance. When she's not working, she's usually reading (or studying), training in her home gym, travelling, enjoying time with her partner (and their five dogs), or fostering a new dog. Qualifications & Certifications Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified Nutrition Coach Masters of Science in Dietetics and Human Nutrition (in progress)  Health Mindset Coaching Certification (in progress) Chronobiology Applied to Health, Training and Nutrition CrossFit Level 1  CrossFit Football CrossFit Gymnastics Accomplishments CrossFit Games Latin America Regional Team Athlete (2014)

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Justin Larrance

Coach Justin hails from Columbus, Ohio, and grew up playing and participating in several sports such as motocross, BMX, skateboarding, football, basketball, soccer, and much more! After graduating from school, and when his time playing competitive sports was over, he had to find a new competitive outlet. After a few years trying his hand in bodybuilding and powerlifting, Justin started CrossFit (and is now CFL1 certified as well). It wasn’t until he started competing in this sport, that he discovered what proper nutrition could do for (not only) his body composition and performance, but his overall quality of life as well. Justin understands the struggles people face when trying to reach their aesthetic, health or performance goals and is passionate about helping bridge the gap through nutrition. As a certified nutrition coach, he’s extremely excited to share his love and knowledge for nutrition with others. Justin draws on his education with experience to provide a tailored, individual approach to help clients achieve the results they want!

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Kira Watson

Coach Kira is an APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who owns a practice alongside a small gym. Since moving to Tassie, Kira has reignited her childhood love for gymnastics and become more involved in CrossFit, both as an athlete and a coach.  As her career has become more focused on athletic injury, particularly in CrossFit and gymnastics, Kira has turned to nutrition as an added piece of the recovery puzzle. She truly believes that nutrition is the foundation for all aspects of life and, in particular, has a major role in injury management.

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Laura Witte

A qualified nutritionist with a Bachelor in Food and Nutrition, Coach Laura’s methodology isn’t just about WHAT you eat; it’s about taking a balanced approach to all facets of your health, that plays a role in overall wellbeing. With a life-long passion for holistic health, Laura approaches each client's goals as if they were her own; whether it’s aiming to achieve body composition goals or enhance performance, she’ll make sure you feel good while you’re doing it! Taking an active approach to life. including strength training, arm balancing and MMA, Laura knows how to achieve the balance you need in life.

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Lauren Behle

After more than 17 years as an ER nurse, Coach Lauren has seen firsthand how those who don’t make time for wellness, will eventually have to make time for illness. She’s been involved in health and fitness her whole life and fundamentally believes that nutrition is the key to healthy function and optimal metabolic balance. Lauren has experimented with her own nutrition and learned to stop the dieting “be less” mentality, rather aiming her focus on fuel for performance. This has been personally life-changing for her and prompted her passion to help others. Lauren deeply values the opportunity to help people improve their overall wellness and to help them be the best versions of themselves. It’s about empowering people to build foundational habits that improve mind, health, and wellness to last a lifetime. Aside from nutrition, Lauren is competitive by nature and loves training for big challenges! From CrossFit, to trail running and triathlons: she’s currently preparing for an ultra-distance OCR.

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Letitia Forbes

Coming from a background in Circus Arts (performing in Cirque du Soleil for five years), Coach Teesh began her career in fitness from a young age. Starting her journey as a circus coach in 2008, she completed her Certificate 4 in Fitness in 2016 and began a career as a personal trainer. During her time as a trainer, Teesh noticed a significant and recurring gap in her ability to help her clients: nutrition! This sparked an interest, which quickly became a passion.   Further learning allowed Teesh to discover the true potential of managing nutrition; seeing firsthand how dietary changes can improve performance, recovery and general wellbeing. She believes in balance and maintaining a healthy relationship with food, and is excited to share what she learns with others.

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Madison Tatt

  Coach Madison has always been involved in health and fitness, competing in swimming from an early age. Her love for nutrition came after she discovered how much of an impact it made on her performance AND her life outside the gym. She made significant changes to her nutrition in 2017, which played a game-changing part in her sporting achievements. Madison is currently completing her Bachelor degree in Nutritional and Dietetic medicine, as well as coaching and training full-time. She strives to help others achieve their goals and maximise their results through the power of nutrition.

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Oliver Plucinski

At the start of his own health and fitness journey, Coach Oliver (Olly) tipped the scales at 117kg and, more importantly, he was very unhappy. He undertook a total lifestyle change (no mean feat!) and not only lost a lot of extra weight, he also started achieving his fitness goals.  Over the last seven years, Oliver developed a passion for CrossFit. It was soon after he started that he began to understand how fundamental nutrition is to performance, and now he loves using his knowledge and experience to help others do the same. Oliver's specialty lies in getting a deep understanding of his clients’ goals and taking a hands-on, holistic lifestyle approach to support them along the way.  Oliver loves to keep fit doing CrossFit (he’s currently Head Coach at CrossFit Cartel) but the real fun comes when he’s able to get outside road biking, hiking and skateboarding as much as possible. 

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Paige Williams

Coach Paige has always been passionate about the world of health and fitness, and through her own journey, has discovered the freedom that healthy living brings. She uses her own experiences to help her clients grow to their full potential and live their best lives. To Paige, it’s not about numbers – it’s about empowering people to become the healthiest, happiest versions of themselves. Paige spent decades exercising to be thin and meet society’s idealised beauty standards. One day, her focus changed and exercise became a means of strengthening what her body could do – not how it looked. She’s worked with everyone from athletes with bad-ass performance goals to mums looking to return to their pre-baby bodies and feel better in their own skin (as a mum herself, Paige understands this challenge firsthand). Paige puts her heart and soul into every client she works with. She provides a combination of tough love and sisterly support, tailoring individual plans that consider each client’s uniqueness.

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Simone Arthur

Coach Simone has always enjoyed competitive sports, earning herself a scholarship to Southern University (U.S.) where she played division one collegiate soccer for four years while working as a strength and conditioning coach, in conjunction with her studies. Sim’s passion for nutrition and body transformation grew when she started CrossFit in 2016, weighing 75kg. She set herself a 12-month goal to lose 10kg, and through careful dietary changes was successfully able to lose 15kg – and become one of Australia’s leading female CrossFitters!

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Stephanie Moore

Coach Steph understands (from firsthand experience) the positive impact nutrition can have on performance and aesthetic goals; achieving amazing personal results; and simultaneously living a flexible and sociable lifestyle. She’s done a lot of work to positively change her relationship with food and her body, and is excited to share what she has learned with others.  Nothing lights Steph’s fire like seeing others succeed; and she thoroughly enjoys being part of the journey alongside her clients. Her own fitness and nutrition journey started in 2013 and she now runs her own personal training business, online fitness programming business and a CrossFit gym with her partner.

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