Hamilton Hughes, Health and Fitness

Hamiliton Hughes is an Australian based Fijian, passionate about health and fitness. For more than a decade his involvement in sport has seen him gain a depth of experience playing rugby league at various levels, even representing his country of birth (Labasa, Fiji) with the Fiji Bati.  Today, he’s dedicated his career to giving back to his community, by helping people reach their own personal goals through health and fitness. He specialises in boxfit, strength and conditioning, functional fitness, interval circuit training and group sessions. Hamilton’s currently based at the NCIE (National Centre of Indigenous Excellence) Fitness Centre in Redfern. We’re proud to share his story – to find out more, you can contact Hamilton on hamiltonhughes@icloud.com, or on Instagram @hamilton_hughes.



Arieta Tora Rika is a writer, Pacific storyteller, and Talanoa's Founder. With over 10 years of experience in social impact and non-profit communications across Australia and the Pacific, Arieta has dedicated her career to writing for positive change in vulnerable communities. She is currently a Communications Manager for The Salvation Army's aged care services, a part-time student at Western Sydney University as she completes a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), and a sometimes storyteller and cultural advisor for Talanoa.