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Melbourne Yoga and Pilates Team

Meet the Team!

Melbourne Yoga and Pilates Team is led by exercise physiologist and strength and conditioning coach Wynter Chan. We have some of Melbourne best personal trainers and our passion is helping each individual achieve their very best in their health and wellbeing and get more out of life. We understand that lifestyles are now busier and more stressful than ever. That is why we created our boutique Pilates and yoga studio in the centre of the Melbourne CBD. Our goal? Offer various services to suit everybody’s needs. 

Exercise physiologists

Who are Exercise Physiologists?

Our Exercise physiologists (EPs) from Melbourne Yoga and Pilates Team, are 4-year University qualified allied health professionals who can help you get that extra edge that 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.

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Wynter Chan
Exercise Physiologist

Wynter has over 15 years’ experience as an exercise physiologist and specialises in yoga and Pilates. She is a former academic at Victoria University and the highlight of her career was being the strength and rehab coach of Badminton Australia. 


Harley Makin
Exercise Physiologist

Harley is an accredited exercise scientist and exercise physiologist, with more than 13 years’ experience in the fitness industry. Harley has a unique approach in behavioural change and has been able to consistently obtain exceptional results for his clients. 

Personal Training Melbourne CBD

Tiago braga

Tiago is our personal trainer who is passionate about all things movement and exercise. A keen multisport athlete, his loves coming to work to help people achieve the most out of their health and their lives. 

Remedial Massage Therapy

What is Remedial Massage?

Massage, in general, is a type of manual therapy which involves working with the soft tissues to release muscle tension and promote relaxation. Remedial massage is a very thorough type of manual therapy that involves the assessment, analysis and ultimately the treatment of bodily dysfunctions, at the muscle, tendons and/or connective tissues (fascia) level. According to Healthdirect Australia, remedial massage can also stimulate the blood supply, make joints more mobile, and help to repair damaged tissues. This therapeutic form of massage uses specific mobilization techniques to restore the normal health and function of the body and eliminate stiffness. It often targets neck and back aches caused by sitting long hours in a high stress work environment and is beneficial in the treatment of chronic pains caused by postural issues and/or injuries.