Revitalize XPP


Revitalize XPP

Practitioners at this location

Mr Ben Stepic

Other Medical Practitioner

Ben is a registered Exercise Scientist and graduated from Victoria University Footscray Park. Ben’s interest for exercise treatment, development, and rehabilitation was sparked at a young age of 16 years once he began to focus on programming and exercise based treatments for alleviating body aches and pains. This ultimately influenced Ben to begin studying Exercise Science to further his knowledge and implement knowledge and skills gathered from this degree into the workplace by helping clients achieve goals suitable to a wide variety of needs. Ben’s personal training experience and university placements assisted him in developing the skills of working with deconditioned populations and prescribing exercise in a safe and effective manner. Ben is committed to educating and providing clients with beneficial exercise prescriptions to promote optimal health and wellbeing outcomes to improve daily living and quality of life. In Ben’s spare time he enjoys staying active by walking the dogs, going camping and traveling with family and friends, and spending days by the beach and lake.
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Mr Jareth Blundell

Exercise Physiologist

Since graduating in 2019 Jareth worked as an accredited exercise physiologist across the eastern side of Australia and New Zealand. During this time Jareth has been able to work with clients ranging from chronic illness/ injury to neurological disorders and everything in between. Nothing rewards Jareth more than helping every client achieve their optimal health and wellbeing.
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Ms Alex Pelaccia

Other Medical Practitioner

Alex is a registered Exercise Scientist and is currently finalising her Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Deakin University. Alex fell in love with the concept of exercise as a rehabilitation tool while engaging in strength training and clinical Pilates to rehab netball injuries at just 17 years old. This led her to the decision to enrol in a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science and through numerous placement opportunities and exposure to the industry, she realised her true passion and interest lied within exercise prescription for chronic disease management, guiding her to undertake the Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Alex is dedicated to using exercise and lifestyle modification as a tool to give clients control over their wellbeing, manage their conditions, and improve quality of life. Outside of work Alex enjoys practicing what she preaches through participating in strength training and Pilates, checking out the best new restaurants with friends and family, reading, and counting down the days until Essendon wins a grand final.

Ms Liz Varga

Exercise Physiologist

Liz is a registered Exercise Physiologist and Advanced Pilates instructor with over 15years’ experience working with people of all ages and conditions. Her experience is broad and includes working with people who are new and expectant mothers, senior’s, people with chronic pain and recovering from injury. She enjoys challenging all clientele (age is no barrier), thinking outside the box and offering variety in all her exercise programs to sustain motivation and enjoyment in all her sessions. Liz prides herself on helping her clients feel accomplished and able to get back to activities they didn’t think were possible again. She enjoys seeing her clients happy and out of pain and values building relationships full of communication, trust and laughter. Liz is a dedicated mother of three, soon to be four. Being an ex-Victorian Calisthenics performer she loves helping both current and ex dancers learn healthy ways to strengthen and look after their body. She also has passion for mentoring students coming through the ranks and provides them the opportunity to gain experience and complete their own qualifications.
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Ms Rach Murphy

Other Medical Practitioner

Rachel is an accredited Exercise Scientist and Allied Health Assistant. Rach has been heavily involved in tennis since her teenage years however, after a series of shoulder injuries and working with physio’s for her rehab, she really saw how a variety of different forms of exercise could aid in injury rehabilitation not just for herself but for many others. Rach also had the opportunity to travel to south India with the Richmond Institute of Sport through a company called Primitive Sport where she engaged in delivering exercise programs and running performance tests to children in a variety of different communities. Prior to completing her studies, she spent 3 years living in Spain and Scotland where she did lots of travel alongside teaching English and attending a Spanish language academy. Rach has gained experience within the strength and conditioning rehabilitation area within organisations such as the Richmond Institute of Sport, Richmond AFLW team and in a community setting where she has worked to deliver exercise programs to culturally and diverse individuals. Rach has a strong passion for the neurological population and hopes to commence the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology shortly, to expand her knowledge and scope of practice to help as many people as she can to achieve their health and fitness goals. Rach is hugely passionate about travel and learning languages; Spanish is her second language!!! She enjoys reading, writing and watching movies in Spanish to ensure that she is always keeping her brain active and up to date on all the lingo.
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