Gemma McCaw was born and raised in Tauranga and is a retired New Zealand hockey player. Gemma represented her country from 2008-2016, playing 241 test caps and competing at three Olympic Games (Beijing, London and Rio) and is a dual Commonwealth Games medallist.

Gemma is passionate about helping people achieve their health, fitness and wellbeing goals and reach their potential in all areas of life. 

A Little Background

With a degree in Sport and Exercise Science and a Diploma in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing, Gemma co-founded Performance Wellbeing, working with individuals and groups to enhance their health and wellbeing and achieve their goals both inside and outside of work. Gemma enjoys working with individuals and groups, to enhance their personal wellbeing especially in the areas of exercise, nutrition, sleep and balance to live a happier and healthier life. Gemma is also a Wellness columnist for Woman’s Day covering all topics related to wellbeing. Her philosophy is that healthy, both inside and out, is an outfit that looks different on every body.

Gemma is the proud patron for the Chalky Carr Trust which raises funds for those affected by cancer and is also a New Zealand Olympic Ambassador, visiting schools and teaching students about the importance of friendship, values and respect in sport and in life.

At A Glance

  • Former Black Sticks hockey player and 3 x Olympian
  • Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science – Massey University
  • Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing – Langley Group Australia
  • Woman’s Day Wellness columnist
  • NZ Olympic Schools Ambassador
  • Patron of the Chalky Carr Trust

Learn more about the rest of the team


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