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Brad Kitto


Co-Founder/Head Running Coach

Brad is a competitive middle distance runner and has successfully coached over 50 athletes at a recreational level. Over the past 10 years, Brad has seen his running journey develop from a desire to get fitter/faster for field hockey, to now competing as one of Tasmania’s strongest middle-distance runners.


Brad has years of experience coaching couch-to-5km runners, marathoners, ultra-trail runners to track runners. As a coach, Brad places emphasis on sustainable training habits to continually progress runners and walkers over a long period of time.


Through stating RMC, Brad has created a comfortable, fun and motivated running community in the Huon Valley.



  • 12 Pro running sashes in Vic/SA (2021 Stawell Gift 1600m winner)

  • 2021 Tasmania 800/1500m state silver medallist

  • 5k PB 15:10 - 10km PB 31:51

  • Level 1 Community Athletics Coach

  • Camden Athletic Club assistant coach 2017-2019

  • Broome Little Athletic assistant coach 2019-2020

  • Program facilitator – Spirit of Sprinting Indigenous Program, Kimberley region 2019-2021

  • Founder of “The Run Around Project” (online running coaching) 2020-2022

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Hannah Squires


Co-Founder/Head Strength Coach

Hannah is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, mum, athlete and coach with a passion for getting everyone moving and active around her. Hannah has grown up nearby and with a recent move to the Huon Valley with her family has a keen interest in supporting locals achieve their health and wellness goals.

With over 8 years of experience as a Exercise Physiologist, Hannah has worked with elite and sub-elite athletes and those recovering from injury or illness.

Hannah’s professional experience includes working as the Head Strength and Conditioning coach with the Tasmanian and National Australian Rules Football Academy and local football clubs. 


She understands that regular supervised structured exercise supports good mental and physical health.  


Hannah believes exercise should be fun whilst also being accessible, achievable and all-inclusive. Hannah has had a desire to create an environment that everyone feels welcome, listened to and supported. She is excited to see the impact that Run Move Connect can have on the beautiful Huon Valley community.  

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Annie Cordwell


Strength Coach


Annie is a born and raised Huon Valley local, currently completing her studies in Fitness and Personal Training whilst also serving you all delicious coffee and treats at Reba Sear Cafe.


Annie recently left her job in administration to pursue her love of health and fitness. Annie has always had a passion for all things health and fitness having been heavily involved in competitive netball from a young age, and in more recent years being involved in the Huonville Lions women’s football team. Annie’s love for competitive sport has been put on hold for the past year whilst coming back from an injury. Her rehab process helped Annie rediscover her love for strength training.


Annie believes that strength training is an empowering form of exercise that can leave you feeling like you can achieve anything after a good session.


In her spare time, Annie loves to spend time with her partner Will, friends and family and her little dog Duke. Annie believes in creating an environment where everyone feels comfortable, empowered and strong, inside and outside of the gym.


Qualifications & Certificates

  • Certificate III in Fitness

  •  Cert IV in Fitness in progress

  • Certificate III in Business

  • Level 1 Sports Trainer

  • First Aid Certificate

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Alex Norris


Run Coach

After the birth of her second daughter in late 2021, Alex set herself a goal to run the Point to Pinnacle in 2022 to focus on something that was just for her and to see what she was capable of. Alex made it to the top and ever since, has kept running!


Alex has a background in personal training and workplace injury management: as a qualified Injury Management Coordinator, she’s worked in corporate Insurance and Workers Compensation for private and small business.


The mother of two moved to Huonville six years ago, lives on a busy apple and cherry orchard and loves coffee, people, cooking and of course - tying up the laces to hit the road (or orchard trails!).


Alex is a strong advocate for regular movement, team training and community as tools to improve and support mental health, and enrich lives. She knows anyone can run, you just have to start small and not overthink it. She’s particularly keen to get more parents moving to benefit their general wellness, which often takes a back seat.


She’s so proud of the RMC community that welcomed her with open arms, free of expectations, but loaded with support and friendship. Alex wants to share what we’ve got with others so they too can experience a healthier, happier life.



  • - Level 1 community athletics coach

  • - First Aid Certificate

  • - Mental health first aid certificate

  • - Certificate 4 in Personal injury management (Return to work)

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Paige Lynch 


Pilates Instructor

Paige has worked in partnership with people from all walks of life for over 13 years in the healthcare sector and has a genuine love for people and passion for helping others. She holds a unique skill set given her background in Nursing and Midwifery and is passionate about movement and its transformative impact on mind, body and wellbeing. 


Paige specialises in contemporary matwork pilates and is an accredited Fluidform Pilates Instructor. Paige values connection and prioritises clients at the forefront, aiming to making a positive impact on their lives. Through posture analysis and programming, her classes cater to the needs of all and promote confidence, strength and welling.


Paige believes regular pilates practise will enhance everyday function including rehabilitation after injury or surgery, pre and postnatal and compliment other forms of exercise and training.


When Paige is not on the mat you will see her running around after her two young children, sipping coffee at her local or spending time in nature. 

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Jasmyn Wilson

Strength Coach 

Jasmyn has lived in the Huon Valley for approximately 11 years. Despite growing up in the small town of Wynyard on the Northwest Coast of Tasmania, she has strong connections to the Huon community and area, as her mother, grandmother and extended family were born and raised here.  

Having spent over 10 years working in the disability and aged care sectors, Jas has a continuing passion to assist and support others to achieve their goals. Within this, acknowledging the significance of any movement as exercise, never taking this for granted and the benefits that it has holistically for wellbeing and longevity. She believes that small consistent efforts are the pillars to achieving individual goals, having confidence in the structure of the RMC classes and community to see every member reach these. 

Jas is an avid runner, encouraging others around her to give themselves the opportunity to find fulfillment within the activity before mentally checking out. She started her running journey in 2016 by entering the Cadbury 10km event with the goal of completing the race without stopping. She succeeded and has never looked back. 

In her spare time Jas enjoys exploring the beautiful state that is Tasmania and can often be found wandering Mount Kunanyi and enjoying a chai from the Lost Freight Café.  She also enjoys spending days at home in the garden, baking, studying, and spending quality time with her family.  

Qualifications and Certifications:

  • Certificate III in Fitness

  • First Aid Certificate

  • Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training

  • Certificate IV Disability Services

  • Certificate III Aged Care

  • Certificate III Business

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