Brendon is a registered Myotherapist graduating from RMIT in 1997. He has over 25 years work experience in Australia, Canada and Japan working with celebrities, professional athletes, weekend enthusiasts and corporate clients.
Dealing with sports injuries as a young athlete Brendon developed an interest in treating muscle dysfunction and pain. By living through the rehab process he has learned about the impacts of pain, dysfunction and injury that affect performance and life enjoyment.
Through studying pilates methods, Brendon has developed simple strategies to educate clients and help them maintain, improve and overcome dysfunction and regain the ability to enjoy the recreation that they love.
Brendon will provide you with the best value treatment in the area and will make sure you can enjoy Niseko pain free.
Get to know Brendon
RMIT Melbourne – Adv Dip Ap science Myotherapy
Polestar Pilates London – Certified 1 & 2 pilates
Tensegrity Pilates – Diploma Contemporary Pilates
1997-2002 Melbourne Australia
2002-2003 Whistler Canada
2003-2006 London UK
2009-2013 Asia Physio Tokyo
2015-2022 Melbourne Australia
2015-current Asia Physio Niseko
What do you think are the best skills that you bring to your job?
Having worked as a Myotherapist for over 25 years, I find it easy to relate to people from many backgrounds and quickly develop a comfortable rapport with them. Winter sports has been a lifetime passion for me and so I am highly motivated to produce the best outcome for my clients and to see them get back out on the hill to enjoy their winter vacation.
Favorite Conditions to Treat
As an experienced myotherapist I have found it rewarding helping people with all types of musculoskeletal pain over the years. Supporting patients through chronic headaches and lower back pain are particularly rewarding and I have great success working with winter sports injuries like knee pain, shoulder impingement and whiplash.
What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?
During the winter season I find time everyday for some alpine skiing, telemarking and backcountry touring. When the snow has melted I enjoy cycling and mountain biking on the new MTB park developed in Niseko. I love exploring our new home in Hokkaido throughout summer, traveling with my wife and discovering some amazing campsites.
What would be your personal motto?
The 6 P’s; Proper Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance
Who is someone you admire and why?
People who are able to find ways to keep living their dreams.
Your most-outstanding achievement:
Planning and completing a self supported tandem bike tour from Canada to Chile with my amazing wife Emma.