Tayla Made Coaching


Tayla Morrison, the Fitness + Nutrition expert, is ready to guide you on a transformative journey to embrace and empower your inner Goddess.


Tayla Morrison, based in Brisbane, is a highly skilled Personal Trainer, Pilates instructor, and a Master Practitioner in NLP. Tayla's unwavering passion lies in inspiring her clients to embrace and cherish their own unique bodies. By fostering self-respect and appreciation, she firmly believes in empowering individuals to exude confidence and allure.

With a delightful, all-encompassing approach to life, Tayla wholeheartedly assists her clients in reaching their fullest potential. She firmly advocates the transformative influence of self-awareness and cultivating positive daily habits and rituals, ensuring her clients achieve the success and desired outcomes they seek.



> Masters in Neuro Linguistic Programming 

> Currently completing studies in Psycho-Sexology 

> Cert III & IV in Fitness and Personal Training 

> Cert IV in Mat & Reformer Pilates, Pre + Postnatal Training

> Advanced Diploma in Dance 

  • Meg

    Tayla was my first ever trainer. It's because of her that I can now go to the gym by myself and know what to do. She is kind, patient and uplifting to train with. She always uses positive reinforcements to motivate me instead of comparisons or criticisms which I think is important. I feel that she really cares about people she takes on and see's them for their strengths and not their limitations.

    She's also lovely to speak to and someone you'd look forward to seeing every session. But most of all, she's a great PT and dedicated to her job.

  • Stacey

    Tayla has so much passion for her work and always focusses on giving me the best possible result for my own personal growth. She is so passionate about helping women to embrace, love & accept themselves.  Working 1:1 with Tayla always leaves me feeling inspired, uplifted, encouraged and feeling more self-love and acceptance. 

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