Our Team

Dale Ischia

Accredited Exercise Physiologist (ESSAM). BAppSci  (PE) Grad Dip (Ex Rehab) ACSM Cancer Exercise Trainer (CET)

With over 20 years in private practice, Dale is one of the most experienced Accredited Exercise Physiologists currently operating in Melbourne. To enhance her exercise oncology experience, Dale completed further training in 2012 with the American College of Sports Medicine, gaining Cancer Exercise Trainer certification and acquired further experience at the Vancouver Prostate Centre and private exercise oncology practices during 2013, returning in Melbourne and setting up Moving Beyond Cancer in 2014.

Dale has been asked to use her extensive knowledge and experience to develop a variety of programs with several prominent organisations, such as The Cancer Council in helping set up their survivourship program; The Alfred Hospital, on their cancer related fatigue program; The Olivia Newton John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre on their Wellness program and many other support services Victoria wide. She is regularly invited to write articles and speak at local and national conferences on the benefits of exercise as a medicine for cancer.

Dale is also a sessional lecturer at Australian Catholic University, lecturing master students in Exercise Oncology.

Speaking Engagements


Lauren Young

Accredited Exercise Physiologist (ESSAM). MClinExPhys. ACSM Cancer Exercise Trainer (CET)

Lauren is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Lauren is enthusiastic about further education and improving her skills having recently gained her Cancer Exercise Trainer qualification with the American College of Sports Medicine.

Since graduating several years ago, Lauren has demonstrated a relentless commitment to ensuring she implements best practice exercise prescription intending to improve the lives of Australian men and women with cancer and other chronic conditions. She has worked in private practice prescribing exercise for a wide range of conditions, including cancer, and has previous experience working in both public and private hospitals.

Lauren is a rising star in the field of exercise oncology with invited speaker presentations in 2019 at the Leukaemia Foundation and the Olivia Newton-John Wellness Centre on the benefits of exercise for those with a cancer diagnosis. Lauren is an outstanding Exercise Physiologist who is passionate about providing treatment that is evidence-based, client-centered, and improves the quality of life of the individual.

When away from work, Lauren keeps active through running and rock climbing and spends her downtime with family and close friends.

Stephanie Gill

Accredited Exercise Physiologist (ESSAM). BAppSci (PE), Grad Dip (Ex Rehab), Master of Exercise Medicine (Oncology)

Steph is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a Master of Exercise Medicine (Oncology) and Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation. Completing her master’s degree with high distinctions in 2023, Steph is passionate about keeping up to date with the latest research in exercise oncology.

Steph has 13 years’ experience in both private practice and hospital settings, with passion and extensive knowledge in many different cancer streams. Steph also has comprehensive experience in neurological and musculoskeletal conditions.
Over the past 3 years, Steph has presented to various organizations, included the Ovarian Cancer Association. She is keen to empowered those affected by cancer with the knowledge of how exercise can enhance treatment, reduce side effects and best support their long-term health.

Outside of work, Steph enjoys spending time outdoors, tending to her veggie patch and dabbles in a little painting and drawing for her creative outlet.

Benjy Taylor

Accredited Exercise Physiologist (ESSAM).PGDipSci (ClinExPhys) MClinExPhys.

Benjy is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Hailing from New Zealand, Benjy is our resident Kiwi, having moved to Melbourne to complete his Masters at Deakin University.
Benjy is our clinic’s GLA:D certified clinician, specialising in the management of hip and knee osteoarthritis, to help people restore confidence in using their bodies.
Benjy comes to us with excellent attention to detail, care, and genuine interest and passion in helping his clients achieve their goals. He has a passion for exercise oncology, cardiac rehabilitation and chronic pain.
Benjy brings with him a sense of community, having worked with the Sweet Louise foundation in Auckland, to help women with metastatic breast cancer exercise. He now looks to grow in his local community through holding talks at prostate cancer support groups.

Outside of work Benjy likes to keep active at the gym and local trails. In the summertime you will find him trying to find the best beach spots Victoria has to offer.


Cindy Roseblade

Cindy is a highly experienced receptionist and has been part of our team since our move to the new Camberwell premises. We couldn’t image the studio without her.

She has a lovely friendly, calming attitude and is happy to help in any way she can. She is a true animal lover, plays tennis and most recently sang at a bushfire relief fundraiser.

Cindy looks forward to welcoming you to our studio and making sure the only challenging thing about your visit is the exercise!


Ulli Stanway

Ulli is pronounced like Julie without the ‘J’ . Ulli is from Salzburg, Austria and she’s always happy to weave a bit of Sound of Music into her daily work life. ️Ulli is a highly experienced receptionist with a caring, bubbly and warm personality. She is always willing to help in any way she can.

In her spare time she enjoys growing her own tea garden, baking and walking at the beach.

Ulli is looking forward to meeting you at your next visit.

Milly the Therapy Dog

Milly the Golden Retriever is our emotional support dog,  she knows when people need a bit of extra love. She might keep you company in the waiting room. Milly has a calming influence in the studio and we have seen a reduction in blood pressure after people pat her. Please let us know if you do not want her around.