Brendan King

Exercise Physiologist

Brendan has completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology degree at Deakin University. Brendan has gained experience across multiple sectors of public and community health, including stints in inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation.  Brendan also has experience with high performance testing across a number of sports including; football, tennis, cricket and basketball.  Brendan’s areas of interest lie in prescribing exercise for the management of chronic metabolic and cardiopulmonary conditions, using a combination of health coaching and dietary advice to help clients best achieve their goals. Brendan is a current member of Box Hill Cricket Club’s 1st XI team, and enjoys keeping active in as many ways possible.

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Rohan Ervine

Exercise Physiologist

Rohan is an ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist passionate about helping all individuals from elite athletes to those with chronic disease achieve and exceed their exercise goals.

Rohan completed his Master of Exercise Physiology at Deakin University and has a particular interest in musculoskeletal, neurological, sport injury rehabilitation and junior athlete development. Throughout his studies Rohan gained valuable experience working along alongside industry experts within private practice, private hospital rehabilitation and sub-elite and junior athlete development.

Rohan also has extensive coaching experience, has recently been involved in the Cricket Victoria Academy talent combine and conditioning program and has been lucky enough to play and coach cricket in the UK while also currently playing Victorian Premier Cricket with the Ringwood Cricket Club.