Our Team

The team at See The Game are passionate in athlete development and strive to improve athletes on and off the field.

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Dr. AJ Saravanamuthu

Chief Performance Officer

BSc. Kinesiology, MSc. Optometry

Dr. AJ. graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Hon.), in Kinesiology in 2007.  He completed his Master of Optometry specializing in Neuro-optometric training in 2014 at Aston University in the United Kingdom. He has experience under Ophthalmology tutelage through clerkships with the Hospital Eye Services in Norwich & Norfolk University Hospital in England (2014) and at Great Lakes Eye Centre in Brantford, Ontario (2017). In 2019, Dr. AJ. became a member of the International Sports Vision Association.

An avid sports enthusiast, Dr. AJ. was an Athletic Therapist for the University of Waterloo Men’s Basketball team (2002-2007) and has been an Athletic Therapist at Point Guard College. He is also fluent in French.

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Travis Stewart

Neurosport Trainer

Bachelor of Kinesiology, MSc. Kinesiology Student

Travis graduated from the Bachelor of Kinesiology program at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2022. His areas of interest were motor control and learning in relation to sports and athletes. He has a passion for sports and movement, with a specific interest in combat sports. Travis is the lead NeuroSport trainer, working with the athletes to improve neurocognitive skills in sports-specific contexts. He also runs the See The Game social media accounts. Travis is continuing his education at Wilfrid Laurier University for a Master of Science in Kinesiology, where he will be furthering the understanding of NeuroSport through his research and connecting visual and sensorimotor skills with movement and sports performance.

Bryan Stevens

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Director of Hockey Operations

Growing up in Canada as a boy meant HOCKEY. I literally lived and breathed for this game, could not wait for Saturday night for Hockey Night in Canada and the chance to watch my idols play this game. I was very fortunate to play this game at an organized and high level. Playing Juvenile AAA, then Jr. B in Mississauga, College Hockey a Tier 11 level was a dream come true. I followed my playing career to Coach at the Novice to Midget Rep levels. I was the Head Scout for the Kitchener Dutchmen Jr B Organization, moving on to be the Coach and GM for 4 Seasons. My direction then changed to be the Asst. Coach and GM of the Kitchener Jr Rangers Midget AAA Team now referred to as U18. I was with this organization for 5 Seasons. I was selected to be part of an Executive Evaluation Team with the Ontario Hockey Association. Our role was to travel throughout Ontario providing constructive feedback to improve the overall performance of the Players, Staff, and Logistics of Hockey Operations. My new found role finds my with See The Game NeuroSport Training. The new revolutionary training method to improve the overall sports performance of athletes.