Exercise physiologists

Welcome to our Exercise Physiologists page!

Exercise physiologist wynter

Wynter Chan
Exercise Physiologist

Bio: Wynter is our accredited exercise physiologist and also teaches yoga and Pilates. She lectured in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at Victoria University as well as worked with the Australian Badminton team in strength and conditioning and rehabilitation. She is also part of the National University Course Accreditation Corporate Program for Exercise and Sport Science Australia, assessing the curriculum of exercise science and physiology courses around the country.


Her passion is helping corporate clients manage their chronic injuries and believes her method helps them live a pain-free life without inhibitions.

exercise physiologist Harley

Harley Makin
Exercise Physiologist

Bio: Harley is an accredited exercise scientist and exercise physiologist, with more than 13 years’ experience in the health care and fitness professions. Harley loves the quote “you only get one life so live it to the fullest” and is committed to working with people with chronic medical conditions and injuries. He also has extensive experience helping individuals reach fitness goals and improve sport performance. After swimming at state and national levels for many years, Harley is now passionately involved in triathlon racing and dreams to one day compete in the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii.


Harley’s ability to connect with clients is superb which allows clients to trust and therefore reach their full potential and achieve their goals.

Alex Marriott
Exercise Physiologist

Bio: Our Exercise Physiologist Alex Marriott has a keen interest in strength and conditioning for both the clinical and healthy populations. Whether it be to manage a medical condition or for general health and performance, Alex will work with you to improve your ability to self-manage and empower you with the knowledge you need to exercise efficiently and effectively.We will work together to develop a personal program to get exercise implemented safely and effectively around any health or lifestyle barriers you have in the way.

Alex is passionate about improving the quality of life of his clients and will strive towards empowering you to be independent in managing your health. and exercise.

Outside work, Alex loves travel, music and getting to know the ins and outs of Melbourne culture having only recently moved to the big smoke from little old Canberra (Up the Tiges!).

Special Areas of Interest:

  • Bone/Joint health
  • Chronic Pain and persisting musculoskeletal injuries
  • Diabetes and other metabolic conditions
  • Building confidence with your exercise routine
  • Healthy Ageing

What is an Exercise Physiologist?


Exercise Physiologists are 4-year university qualified allied health professionals whoand can help get you thate extra edge in your fitness journey. We specialise in the prevention, treatment and management of injuries and/or chronic disease through exercise prescription and can be excellent for those looking to exercise around any health conditions they may have. 

The aim of Exercise Physiology interventions isare to restore one’s optimal physical function, health and wellness through movement using evidence-based solutions and include health and physical activity education, advice, support and lifestyle modifications to suit your needs.

What’s more, Exercise Physiologists work in a team-based approach and liaise closely with your other health professionals and GPs to maximise your health and wellbeing.  We can also assist athletes and/active individuals with sporting performance, strength and conditioning, as well as providing injury prevention techniques. for those who are apparently healthy. 


Services Exercise Physiologists offer here at Melbourne Yoga and Pilates

Common conditions we work with are:

  •       Musculoskeletal injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation
  •       Occupational aches and pains
  •       Metabolic conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes
  •       Mental health conditions like stress, depression, anxiety and PTSD
  •       All cancers and fitness for cancer treatments
  •       Chronic pain and chronic fatigue
  •       Neurological disorders like Parkinson’s, MS and stroke
  •       Promoting healthy ageing

Want to book an Exercise Physiology appointment?