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Merendi Health

Merendi Health

Merendi Leverett graduated from Central Queensland University in June 1998 with a Bachelor of Human Movement Science, and from Queensland University of Technology in June 2000 with a Graduate Diploma of Health Science (majoring in Human Movement with a specialisation in Exercise Rehabilitation). She has also completed a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and Certificate IV in Workplace Health and Safety which compliments her delivery of education programs in areas such as manual handling, injury prevention, and both community and corporate health education.

Merendi has been working as an Exercise Physiologist for 25 years and has been in private practice for 20 years, has exten-sive experience working with women during pregnancy, post-natal and beyond. She has a special interest in working with women who are suffering from pregnancy or post-natal related health conditions such as depression, pelvic floor prolapse and chronic fatigue. Merendi is also trained as an Oncology Exercise Physiologist and can guide her clients through the various stages of cancer diagnosis, in particular breast, cervical and ovarian. She is able to consult with clients face to face or via telehealth.

Merendi has been writing in the areas of health and well-being for the past 15 years. Some of her work has been featured in many online and print-based magazines and newspapers nationally. Merendi is approached regularly by freelance writers to provide ‘comments’ or be interviewed on various health is-sues and topics current in the media for national newspapers and magazines such as “Herald Sun” and “Weight Watchers”.

Merendi is a single mother of 5 children, which includes non-identical twins, so she is well experienced and understands and appreciates the importance of good health and exercise for women of all stages of their life. Merendi herself knows the time constraints of mothers and offers exercise programs tailored to fit in with every mother’s busy life.



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