Natasha Gunston is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has been working in the field since graduating from Queensland University of Technology in 2014 with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Her career began with a focus on prescribing tailored exercises for managing chronic diseases and rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries, aiming to enhance the health and well-being of her clients. With a strong belief in the power of education, Natasha is passionate about helping people achieve their goals and improve their quality of life through safe exercise and lifestyle changes. While continuing her work as an AEP, she has pursued her passion for horses and rider performance, delving into the realm of Rider Biomechanics to deepen her knowledge. As an avid Event Rider, Natasha has competed at the 2* level and in medium-level dressage with her horse, Curly Spring. Her future aspirations revolve around advancing her riding skills to become a more efficient and effective rider while embracing the joy of horseback riding. Natasha’s personal interest lies in exploring the intersection of Rider Biomechanics, Rider fitness, and their impact on enhancing performance and communication between horse and rider.