Jess Valvasori

Exercise Physiologist


Jess completed her studies in 2013 at The University of Western Australia, obtaining a BSc in Exercise and Health Science and a Post-Graduate Degree in Exercise Rehabilitation.


As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Jess offers movement rehabilitation and exercise conditioning for a wide range of musculoskeletal and chronic health conditions.

Jess has gained extensive experience working in lower-body injury rehabilitation, post-operative strength recovery, chronic disease exercise and lifestyle management, and strength and conditioning for sports performance.


In other roles, Jess has experience in worker’s compensation injury management and the provision of exercise and wellness programs in the mining sector of WA.


Having worked within the exercise and health industry since 2007, Jess has sound knowledge in exercise prescription, individualised programming and the application of movement and load to rehabilitate injury and optimise long-term health outcomes. The very idea of feeling strong and being strong is a central tenant to the work that Jess offers, in addition to delivering quality movement education to her clients and athletes.


In her own time, Jess likes to surf, play football, dabble with the guitar and spend time with her dog Banjo. No stranger to hard work and sporting success, Jess has played Gaelic Football for Australia and AFL for the Claremont Women’s Football Club. Jess is well aware of the intense training demands and the applied mental focus required to compete in an elite level sport.


Currently, Jess is completing a Master’s Degree in Strength and Conditioning. Alongside her work at Forte, she conducts private coaching and works with youth athletes offering sports-specific agility and strength training.