Exercise Physiologists are university trained exercise and movement specialists.
They use movement as medicine to treat a vide variety of chronic and acute health conditions.
Our exercise Physiologists are extremely experienced and well qualified
to help you manage your health needs through appropriate exercise therapy.
You may be eligible for free exercise therapy via Medicare and DVA benefits.
Health fund rebates may also be available.
No referral is needed for private sessions.
Exercise therapy involves:
- Individual health and fitness assessment
- Individual exercise program tailored to your personal health needs based on your assessment
- One-on-one personal exercise sessions working on your clinical needs
Exercise physiology may help you improve:
- Aerobic fitness
- Exercise technique
- Weight loss, weight management, body composition
- Mobility and balance
Exercise physiology is suitable for those with:
- Back pain
- Cardiovascular disease
- Rehabilitation from injury
- Rehabilitation post surgery
- No exercise experience
Services offered by our Exercise Physiologists include:
- Individualised one-on-one exercise programs
- Health checks
- Group exercise classes
Move with a mate:
Our experienced exercise physiologist will lead you and a friend through a personalised exercise session tailored to your health needs, injuries and movement dysfunctions.
Be smart, move well!
Gwen EstigoyExercise Physiologist
Alex BateExercise Physiologist
Deb EvenissExercise Physiologist
Alex has worked as an exercise physiologist for nearly a decade in a number of private practices, seeing patients across a wide spectrum of physical abilities and exercise needs.After moving to Dynamic Motion, Alex spent time developing our exercise physiology services and building our seniors exercise class program.
He has previously been involved in a research team at University of Sydney which specialised in high-intensity exercise in older populations and people with chronic disease, where he ran a clinical trial examining resistance exercise in pre-diabetes and depression. His clinical background largely covers athletic strength and conditioning, particularly weight training; exercise in older individuals; and exercise for chronic conditions, particularly cardiometabolic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.
He believes you’re never too old to exercise, and that keeping a habit of strength training is crucial for healthy ageing and adding life to years, as well as years to life. He is passionate about teaching people to do this safely, in a way that suits their circumstances and preferences, while addressing any specific health issues they may have.
For recreation Alex enjoys staying active by training for powerlifting, muay thai, recreational mountain biking, and exploring the Sydney outdoors with bushwalking and scuba diving.
Deb began her health and fitness career working as a personal trainer after obtaining her Certificate III and IV in Fitness. Here she developed a keen interest in healthy aging, falls prevention and cancer and exercise. Deb then decided to further her knowledge and experience by further study and becoming an exercise physiologist.
Deb has a keen interest in helping those with cancer, neurological conditions such as MS, HD, PD and stroke and brain injury survivors. More recently she has been researching and treating fatigue conditions including Long Covid, ME/CFS, POTS and EDS. Deb strongly believes that “movement is medicine” and wants to help people enjoy all that safe and healthy movement can bring.
In her spare time Deb is heavily involved in parkrun, soccer, trail running, hiking, kayaking and raising two very busy teenagers.
(Home exercise program Included)
(one on one)
Dual Session – 2 Participant session
(Move with a mate)
Health and Fitness check
Group Session – Up to 8 Participants