Having a disability can be very challenging, but thanks to the NDIS with its multitude of associated services, people who might otherwise struggle to get their health back on track can focus instead on simply getting better.

As an NDIS service provider, Easy Exercising offers mobile exercise physiology, dietetics, and physiotherapy services for people with intellectual disabilities, mental health conditions, and neurological disorders. If you want to know more about how our NDIS services help, please don’t hesitate to contact us!


What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is transforming the way Australians with a disability obtain support services. It is a major national reform, jointly governed and funded through a partnership between the Commonwealth, the state and territory governments. 

It intends to give people choice and control over the support they need, including the ability to manage their own funding if desired. It’s changing the way disability support services are delivered.

It can provide all people with disabilities with information and connections to services in their communities, such as doctors, supporting clubs, support groups, libraries and schools as well as information about what support is provided by each state and territory government. For many people, NDIS is the first time people will receive the disability support they need.

NDIS is transforming the way Australians with a disability obtain support services

Plan-managed NDIS

Plan management is when a provider (otherwise known as plan managers) supports you to manage funding in your NDIS plan. Plan management providers can purchase support on behalf of NDIS participants from either registered or unregistered providers. A plan manager will receive funds from the NDIA and disburse funds on behalf of a participant to providers of other services received.

They can help you increase your financial and plan management skills, learn how to self-manage your plan, pay providers, increase your choice of providers and get NDIS plan budget reports and greater budget oversight.

At your planning meeting you can tell NDIS staff that you would like a plan manager to support you and they will include funding in your plan to pay for this manager. 

Self-managed NDIS

Self-managed NDIS is when a participant (or their plan nominee) manages their plan funds. It gives participants the flexibility and choice to decide what supports they buy to pursue their plan goals. It lets them think creatively and control how they use their funds to best meet their personal needs. 

It gives participants:

  • Choice in deciding what supports are purchased in line with what is included in the plan, who provides these supports and how they are delivered
  • Flexibility to use any provider that will best help them to pursue plan goals
  • Capacity to employ or contact staff directly – or have someone employ staff on your behalf
  • Ability to negotiate the costs of support 
  • Control over and responsibility for NDIS funding so they can manage their own budget for the duration of their plan

Exercise for NDIS clients

Regular exercise has been proven to have a positive impact on mental health conditions, chronic health conditions and disabilities. Ensure the goals in your NDIS plan are aligned with what you want to achieve through regular exercise or exercise therapy. The NDIA encourages participants to improve health and wellbeing, engage in social or community participation and take steps to live a healthy lifestyle. Exercise physiology could be an option for you, especially if you live with chronic pain, arthritis, metabolic or neurological conditions. Most providers will work with you to customise movement based on your own abilities.

exercise for NDIS clients

Easy Exercising support for NDIS clients

We are so pleased to welcome NDIS participants to Easy Exercising – NDIS at each of our clinics. The program supports people who have a mental health diagnosis, live within listed areas, have a severe and enduring disability related to their health, are an Australian resident and are aged 16-65.

Once your NDIS plan is approved and in place, you’ll most likely want to receive support right away. The process is straightforward – just let our Customer Experience Team know what support services you are interested in. The team can assist you to understand your plan and provide you with further information.

Everyone, whether using an NDIS self-managed or plan-managed approach, can start their journey with Easy Exercising.

We work with qualified physios and chiropractors to determine the exercises you personally need. Our machines then make sure that these exercises are correctly carried out, realigning your body into the correct position and then gently exercising those muscles and joints that have been incorrectly stressed or require healing.

We offer the support of a qualified practitioner who will always monitor, assist and offer suggestions and we make sure one-on-one support is provided where necessary.

We’d like to invite you to come along to a FREE trial session at your closest Easy Exercising clinic. This will help you see how the power-assisted machines work and also help you get a sense of the close-knit community we foster.

Easy Exercising NDIS Program

Our NDIS Exercise Program helps everyone, regardless of ability, to achieve greater levels of independence. The program helps build confidence, connection, and participation.

Some benefits you can expect from the program include:

– Improved communication skills

– Improved mobility

– Improved ability to perform day-to-day activities

– Social engagement with practitioners, small groups, and community members at various events and activities throughout the year

– Support towards self-management, NDIS goals, and learning new skills

– Reducing the risk of injury from falls or other activities

– Reducing sedentary behavior and the likelihood of developing lifestyle health conditions

Why Choose Easy Exercising as your NDIS Service Provider?

People who receive NDIS services choose to work with us for the following reasons: 

-We are experts when it comes to disability and the NDIS

-You receive exceptional care from us

-You work with trusted service providers when you choose us

-We help you get the best value from your NDIS plan

-You receive a comprehensive treatment plan from us

-Our multi-disciplinary approach is second to none

-We are NDIS registered

-Our personalised therapy approach

NDIS participants’ reviews

“My name’s Michael. I’m a member of the NDIS and I come here for rehabilitation. I find it very beneficial and I recommend it to anybody else that has a … disability. It’s the most relaxing exercising that you can do and it really helps you. I know that for a fact.”

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is a great way to provide funding for personal assistance services and equipment for people with a disability. Regular exercise is encouraged by the NDIA to foster a healthy lifestyle and, here at Easy Exercising, we offer an NDIS program perfect for encouraging safe, easy exercise, beneficial for a number of disabilities. Contact us to discuss your options today.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can Exercise Physiology help your NDIS goals?

Our experienced Exercise Physiologists can help you by assessing your needs and developing an Exercise Physiology program tailored to improve your daily living capabilities, health and well-being, and engagement in the community. With a long-term goal of improving your independence and quality of life, your exercise physiologist will develop an exercise plan that fits your NDIS plan and goals.

What is Exercise Physiology?

Exercise physiology is the branch that studies how the body responds to physical activity. It helps people with various medical conditions, injuries, or disabilities.

Who is an Exercise Physiologist?

Exercise Physiologists are certified health professionals who can assess your fitness, health, and overall wellness. They will prescribe a safe and achievable exercise program based on your disability. Our Exercise Physiologists coordinate with other allied health providers to improve your overall health.

What types of conditions are exercise physiologists’ best suited for?

An exercise physiologist helps everyone achieve their fitness goals, regardless of their condition. They understand how to create an exercise program that is safe and achievable for all.

Our exercise physiology services are perfect for those with progressive neurological conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease (PD), Motor Neuron Disease (MND), or stroke. We can also help those who have experienced a brain injury or are dealing with chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis.

What would you expect when you work with our exercise physiologists?

Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists work with you one-on-one or in small group settings, depending on what you feel most comfortable with. Our exercise sessions are supervised by accredited professionals to ensure you’re getting the most out of each session and seeing the results you want. Some benefits our clients’ experience are:
-Improved quality of life as they make progressive changes to their lifestyle
-Increased strength, mobility, and function
-Greater flexibility, including increased range of motion
-Improved balance and coordination

Ready to start using your NDIS plan with a trusted NDIS Service Provider?

If you have an NDIS plan and are ready to start, you can easily book an appointment with our assessment team. We’ll discuss your goals and options and answer any questions you have. Alternatively, you can contact us or complete our NDIS referral form below.

Sign Up for a Free Trial Session at Easy Exercising

Interested in trying out our power-assisted machines for yourself so you can regain the mobility you had in your prime? Want to learn more about our incredible clinics across Brisbane? Or just want to step into a welcoming, fun community that gives you a purpose, a place to be, and helps you feel supported every step of the way?

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"I had a very good hour doing Easy Exercising which isn’t hard on your joints. I think it’s good for any over fifties to try as they will find it so good for their different problems or just to have some general exercise. There is a qualified person supervising you on each machine & its a very sociable environment." - Margaret