Claremont, WA

Conveniently located near Claremont Quarter Shopping Centre, we’re on the corner of St Quentin Avenue & Stirling Street (west end of St Quentin Avenue on the south side, across from Tyrepower car park)

Our Claremont branch has it all:

  • Easy commuting just off Stirling Highway
  • Less than 10 mins walk from Claremont train station
  • Across the road from Claremont Quarter SC


Free 1-hr street parking is available on St Quentin Avenue & adjacent streets in the area

Free 3-hr parking is available in Claremont Quarter & more free above-ground parking near Typika Cafe

Public transport

Bus stop Stirling Hwy after Stirling Road (Stop No: 10366) – 190m or 2-min walk (

Bus stop Stirling Hwy after Queenslea Dr (Stop No: 10404) – 210m or 2-min walk (

Bus stop Stirling Rd after Mount St (Stop No: 19534) – less than 50m or less than 1-min walk (

Claremont Train Station – 600m or 8-min walk

We look forward to your visit!  Contact us on 9384 6182 (Claremont) at any time.


Katy Palmer (Studio Manager)

I began my professional fitness career in 2003 when I started instructing Les Mills pre-choreographed group fitness classes, and I kept this job for 13 years.

I have a Certificate III in Fitness (Group Exercise), Certificate III in Fitness (Fitness Instructor),  Certificate IV in Fitness (Master Trainer) and am a certified group fitness instructor of several Les Mills classes.

So many things attracted me to SpeedFit. The whole team was keen to help people reach their health and fitness goals – and everyone was so welcoming and friendly. I also loved the fact that SpeedFit’s EMS training is extremely accessible and a relevant medium of exercise for so many different demographics and target markets – there isn’t a single person who couldn’t benefit from SpeedFit training!

The best part of my role is being able to have a direct impact on helping people change their lives, and being able to lead a team of similar-minded fitness professionals to work towards a common goal – building healthier bodies collectively!

In my spare time, I enjoy both strength training and HIIT training – as well as my regular weekly SpeedFit session – I also enjoy ‘taste testing’ various health food cafes in Perth and am an avid fan of breakfast!


Growing up, I suffered from many health conditions which severely impacted my body and physical abilities. These problems kick-started my passion for nutrition and healing the body through food, and gave me an appreciation for movement and physical rehabilitation – all of which has inspired my diverse career path involving personal training, mobility, Yoga and nutrition. I’ve worked both nationally and overseas in fitness, inspiring and assisting individuals from all different walks of life to become better, stronger, and happier versions of themselves.

I have a Certificate III & IV in Fitness, a 200-hr Yoga Teacher Trainer certification, Diploma in Nutritional therapy, and a Diploma in Advanced Sports and Exercise Nutrition.

I started working at SpeedFit in 2017. Its encompassing approach towards fitness from a mobility and functional movement based approach – devoid of drastic and dangerous methods – really jumped out at me. SpeedFit is quick, convenient, and effective strength training workout which caters to an extremely broad demographic.

SpeedFit represents everything that I as a trainer stand for. I was also drawn towards the small, family-based approach, where my contributions were welcomed to improve and grow that company as a whole.

The best part of my job here is, without a doubt, the clients. They inspire me every day and motivate me to be a better version of myself. Seeing how hard they work, and watching them positively transform their lives each week, fills me with a joy that I cannot begin to explain. Absolute legends, every one of them!



I’ve always been sporty and active ever since I can remember. I tried all sorts of sports throughout my childhood and finally found my passion in athletics and basketball – which I practiced for years. In my adult years, I’ve been training on my own and am constantly finding new ways to challenge my body and improve my fitness.

I decided to leave office jobs behind and take a new direction when I came to Australia. I got qualified as a personal trainer, made it into a career and haven’t looked back ever since.

I’m a big believer that exercising in any form can be an answer to so many of our problems and help us to be more productive and happier in our everyday lives. I like to help people on their fitness journey, be there for them, motivate them and celebrate both the small and big victories. 



I started practising team sports like rugby, volleyball and soccer from a very young age and developed a passion for an active lifestyle. Even as a young girl, I was amazed at how my body would get stronger each year!

In 2014, I completed my Bachelor’s in Sports, Physical Condition and Fitness. Then, for three years I worked as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer. I’ve trained all kind of clients ranging from young uni students to senior members. I have a cross-training certificate and Bachelor’s degree in Sports, Physical Conditioning and Fitness from Portugal, and a Cert III in Fitness, from Australia.

I fell in love with SpeedFit instantly and joined the company in 2019. After expressing so different types of training, I was looking for a challenging yet safe and joint friendly type of training regime. SpeedFit is fun, challenging and exciting. It makes you connect mind and body, allowing you to have the best results from your training. I love being able to help change people’s life for the better. The SpeedFit lifestyle is a healthy lifestyle, and I want to share this with others.

In my spare time, I like to practice yoga, swim at the beach and enjoy the sunsets!