Founded by Kathleen Alleaume, The Right Balance (TRB) is a food, fitness and lifestyle communications consultancy with a unique blend of expertise. Specialising in nutrition and exercise science, our services include media and public relations, copywriting, health speaking, recipe development, as well as assistance with corporate and community wellness initiatives.With over a decade of experience, TRB remains up-to-date with preventative health issues to ensure best-practice advice and effective solutions for our clients.
Kathleen is a trusted health expert in the field of nutrition and fitness. She is an Exercise Physiologist, Nutritionist and Author.
Having dedicated over 10 years to running her company, The Right Balance, Kathleen has established herself as a leading figure among health and fitness experts in Australia where she continues to develop and deliver fresh, cutting edge health content to millions via her publications and as a spokesperson across print, broadcast and online media.
Currently Kathleen has a weekly column in news.com.au and has been the resident nutritionist on the Daily Edition, Mornings, A Current Affair, Fitness First Australia, Body & Soul, MindFood and the Australian Healthy Food Guide.
Highly regarded for her professional yet easy-to-understand advice, Kathleen’s passion for translating the sciency jargon into useful, bite-sizedÂ info has lead to What’s Eating You?, her much anticipated first book.
As a working mum, Kathleen understands and relates to the challenges of juggling work and life, hence the reason why her goal is to inspire families to find balance and reap the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
Olivia Bates is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and Nutritionist who specialises in paediatric nutrition, eating disorders and recipe development.
As a passionate foodie, Olivia likes to use her dietetics skills in varying roles including product reformulation for food industry, food marketing, and private consultations.
She is currently undertaking further study in a new area of interest, nutritional genomic which is an exciting new science showing significant potential for even more personalised nutrition in the future.
Sarah is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and certified Pilates instructor specialising in women’s health, and exercise interventions for corporate companies.
From running, Pilates and Yoga, to strength training, Sarah has always had a passion for keeping fit and believes that an active body functions better. She uses her expertise and excellent communication skills to implement exercise interventions to assist individuals and companies to reach their wellbeing goals.
Having witnessed the negative health impacts of prolonged sitting, Sarah hopes to further her education in the physiology of inactivity, its contribution to lifestyle diseases and create novel ways to overcome it.