Caitlin Reid is a unique health professional with qualifications as an Accredited Sports Dietitian, Yoga Sports Coach and Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Accredited High Performance Manager. After completing her double degree at Deakin University in Victoria, Caitlin left her hometown of Geelong and moved to Sydney. It was here that Caitlin combined her passion for fitness and wellbeing with her love for writing.
Her health and wellbeing articles have featured in Women’s Fitness, CLEO, Healthy Food Guide, Good Health, Yoga Journal, Dolly Shape, SMH, 9Coach and Kidspot, Diabetes Management Journal, HBL and AIA Australia. Caitlin is also the author of Health and the City. You may have seen Caitlin discussing nutrition and fitness topics on Kerri-Anne, TNT, A Current Affair, Today Tonight and Swish TV or heard her provide health advice on numerous Australian radio stations.
Caitlin also works as a nutrition and wellbeing consultant providing nutrition and exercise expertise in recipe development, health and wellbeing content creation, food product development, research for health and wellbeing reports and the delivery of yoga and nutrition programs to companies including Kellogg, Haverick Meats, My Muscle Chef, MLA, Be Natural and BodyCare Nutrition. She spent five years as the ambassador for Papaya Australia.
Caitlin has spent the last 15 years working in elite sport as a sports dietitian and yoga sports coach. She believes all athletes can benefit from optimising nutrition for performance principles and implementing functional yoga, breathwork and visualisation strategies into their training program. Caitlin combines modern sports science approaches with the science of yoga to unleash an athlete’s full potential and minimise injury risk.
Caitlin currently works as a sports dietitian and yoga sports coach with the Wests Tigers and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. She has previously provided the same expertise with the South Sydney Rabbitohs (2008-2016, Premiership 2014), Penrith Panthers (2018), Queensland Maroons (2019) and NSW Swifts (2014-2020, Championship 2019).
If you, your team or your yoga brand are interested in working with Caitlin please get in touch.