Liz Eade

After a few years as working as a qualified layer, Liz decided she wanted a career change where she can “do something that would make a difference in peoples lives”. 


While raising her two young children Liz completed a Diploma in Exercise Science while working part time at a gym to help fund her studies. 


Liz now owns and runs Queen Street Fitness and enjoys every minute of it!


Carol Pirika

Carols passion for fitness came after a car accident at the age of 25, where she suffered adrenal fatigue and chronic pain, which took her nearly 3 years to recover from.  The tools and support from a network of people who helped her recovered from her accident is where her passion came from to help others with chronic pain or health challenges. 


Carol qualified as a fitness professional in 2008 at the Australia Institute of Fitness and was named as finalist for New Zealand Exercise Industry Award of Personal Trainer in 2019.


Carol loves working with and finding solutions for people who finds movement challenging.


Bex Otte

Bex graduated from Massey University in Palmerston North, with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise, majoring in Exercise Prescription and Training. Following on from this degree Bex immediately committed herself to completing a Master’s in Health Science majoring in Sport and Exercise.



At the end of March 2021, Bex submitted her thesis which researched the physiological and cognitive effects of exercise on individuals with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.


Bex has a passion for helping people with disabilities and/or chronic conditions, through exercise, to become better and healthier versions of themselves.



In her spare time, Bex loves to play football and has been for the last 17 years! Bex loves spending time with family and friends and enjoying any activity outdoors.