Greg Dea is a titled Australian Sports Physiotherapist and consultant Performance Physical Therapist. He consults out of Virtus Human Performance in Mornington, Victoria.
Greg is a Functional Movement Systems lead instructor, teaching the FMS and SFMA Courses in Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and China. The Functional Movement Systems was founded by Gray Cook, Dr. Lee Burton, Dr. Kyle Kiesel and Dr. Greg Rose.
A certified and experienced hardstyle kettlebell instructor.
His standing in the industries of rehabilitation, exercise and sports performance saw him recruited as the only non-osteopath on the Clinical Leadership Committee for Sports Osteopathy Australia.
Greg is an industry writer for Breaking Muscle and OTP Books.
He has rehabilitated and trained world champion swimmers, The 2015 FIVB World Cup winning China Women's volleyball team, medal-winning paralympians, and national champion football teams.
He completed a Bachelor of Science (1996) and a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne in 1999, competing for the university as a track sprinter. As a consultant clinician and injury risk advisor to the Australian and British Defense Forces in Australia and Europe, Greg refined tactical and sporting injury management. To transition to national and international level sports physiotherapy, Greg completed a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy out of Latrobe University in 2008. He worked full time in football for 2 years before being recruited to the position of Sports Medicine Coordinator at the Northern Territory Institute of Sport in Darwin, Australia. Greg's experience in this and other roles, as well as experience with achieving outcomes with the Functional Movement Screen and Selective Functional Movement Assessment, was seen as an asset in international sport, so he was recruited, in 2014, to head the Performance Physical Therapy service for EXOS at the Shanghai Research Institute of Sports Science, Shanghai, China - training national court handball players, track sprinters, throwers, gymnasts and distance runners. In 2015, he was recalled to China to help manage the China Women's Volleyball team as they prepared for the 2015 World Grand Prix tournaments, culminating in victory at the 2015 FIVB World Cup.
Dr. Eric Brukwinski is a practicing Chiropractor in Perth, Western Australia with a Master of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, Georgia USA. Eric's expertise is in golf swing biomechanics and movement evaluation.
Eric is one of foremost experts in movement assessment within the chiropractic profession, to such a high level that he is endorsed as one of only 3 Australian instructors in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment - a key element of the Titleist Performance Institute Golf fitness and medical evaluation and intervention model. . Eric has also lectured and was a supervising clinician at the Murdoch University School of Chiropractic.
He is extremely well travelled and studied in fundamental human movement evaluation.
Eric is a Functional Movement Systems instructor.
Rod Harris is a practising Osteopath in the Southern Highlands of NSW, with a broad range of experience treating everyone from professional athletes to the elderly. He is also a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) coach, a personal trainer and group fitness coach.
Rod is on the Clinical Leadership Committee for Sports Osteopathy Australia.
Rod has been an active competitor in Mixed Martial Arts events as both an amateur and professional fighter. It was this keen interest in martial arts that had Rod look more closely at how fundamental human movement underpins elite athletic performance. This lead Rod directly to Functional Movement Systems. He now holds certifications in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), the Y-Balance Test (YBT) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).
Rod uses the SFMA and FMS in daily Osteopathic practice, MMA coaching, personal training and group fitness settings. Rod also has certifications under the Australian Institute of Kettlebells (AIK), Training for Warriors (TFW), Dan John Coaching and Precision Nutrition (PN) systems.
Rod is currently a Functional Movement Systems instructor.