LUKE VESCIO

Physiotherapist
 

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Qualified Musculoskeletal Segmental & Dry Needling
Qualified Reformer Pilates studio and clinical rehab

Luke grew up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney and has always been involved in both team and individual sports at a professional and social level.

Movement is a big piece of the puzzle when it comes to one’s health and this couldn’t be any more accurate when injuries occur. Luke works closely with those around him to ensure a return to full function and movement is attained.

Everyone has different goals in regards to rehabilitation be it to return to competitive sport, return to work or return to living pain-free. Whatever the focus is, Luke ensures that the patient and their goal is at the center of the rehabilitation process.

EMMA WILLIAMS

Physiotherapist
 

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
APA Sports Physiotherapist level 1
Qualified Musculoskeletal Segmental & Dry Needling
ASCA Strength & Conditioning Coach level 1
SMA Sports Trainer level 2

Emma’s qualifications and close work with Exercise Physiologists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches, and Orthopedic specialists, shows in her knowledge of the human body’s anatomy, and a systematic approach to physiotherapy. Simply put, she wants you to leave your session with a clearer understanding and better movement.

Emma is a ‘hands-on’ practitioner who loves working where she lives, helping locals get back to pain-free movement, professional sport, and everything in between.

Currently, Head Physiotherapist of the Manly-Warringah Womens’ AFL club, closely associated with the Sydney Scorpions Touch Football Association, Emma’s got plenty of experience with sporting injuries of all age groups.

CHRIS LOWE

Physiotherapist
 

Bachelor of Arts Human Movement
Masters in Physiotherapy
GEM 1 Dry Needling
Chris has had a strong passion for sport and exercise all his life and has played team sport at a semi-professional level. 
 
He believes that movement and strength are key to staying healthy. With a “hands-on” approach to physiotherapy coupled with a strong emphasis on strength and mobility, anything is possible and living an injury-free, pain-free life is possible. 
 
Chris has a wealth of experience in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, working as a sports physiotherapist in private practice and also as a medical representative in Sports Orthopaedics. 

SAM CHURCH

Physiotherapist
 

Doctor of physiotherapy
ASCA strength & conditioning coach level 1

Sam has a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree and is a qualified Strength & Conditioning Coach. His experience has seen him work with elite athletes, sub-elite athletes, weekend warriors and locals motivated to get back to work and doing what they love. 

Sam has had his fair share of injuries and his personal experience allows him to empathise and understand the rehabilitation process. His approach to treatment is tailored to the individual with a focus on active rehabilitation and hands on therapy. One of Sam’s priorities is to help each client better understand their injury, where they are in the rehabilitation process and their role in achieving and surpassing their rehabilitation goals.

When he’s not at Motus you can find Sam surfing just about everyday. If the surf is flat Sam is running, swimming or training at Chocolate Box. Sam has spent multiple seasons snowboarding in Canada and Japan, has cycled from Canada to Mexico and driven from Canada to Patagonia.

Chris Ouzas

Physiotherapist
 

Masters of physiotherapy
Bachelor of Exercise Physiology

Chris completed her tertiary education at The University of Sydney, attaining a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology with first class honours in 2017 and masters of Physiotherapy in 2019.

Chris worked in an acute orthopaedic hospital setting before transitioning into private practice where she now manages acute and chronic injuries with a focus on contact sports. She aims to work together with her clients to get back on the field, track or in the water as well as creating a routine to prevent future injuries with an emphasis on education, building strength and resillience. Chris currently works as an assistant physio for the GWS Giants AFLW team as well as assistant physio for the Bulldogs Jersey Flegg team.

 

Growing up, Chris was an avid swimmer, competing at national level. In her early 20s, she made the shift to feild, playing for her local Rugby Sevens club where her passion for contact sports blossomed. When she’s not at work, you’ll find her out and about walking, running, swimming, at sporting events or planning her next coffee spot.

TOMMY SLOOT

Exercise Physiologist
 

Bachelor of Applied Science (Sports & Exercise Science)
Master of Exercise Physiology

Having a strong athletic background as a competitive 400-meter sprinter and long-distance runner, Tommy appreciates the intricacies of the human anatomy and the complexities we can face at any point in time.

Tommy aims to empower individuals through movement, create a positive influence on their holistic health and wellbeing, as well as achieve specific goals, no matter the steps along the way. His clinical attention revolves around client rehabilitation, sports and exercise performance as a variety of more complex conditions (Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Metabolic).

Tommy also has strong foundations in athlete programming and periodisation to have athletes at optimum performance ready for competition.

JAZMINE FITZGERALD

Exercise Physiologist
 

Bachelor of Exercise Science
Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 

Jaz is a passionate Exercise Physiologist with a particular interest in helping those living with the inability to access high levels of physical education and training. She aims to aid improvements in her client’s movement patterns, conditions, increasing independence to achieve their goals by individualising her approach to each client.

Jaz grew up in Byron Bay, surfing and playing high-level soccer. She has always considered exercising a vital part of health and throughout her career has endeavoured to inspire others to lead an active lifestyle through the full spectrum of life. 

Jaz aims to empower her clients and continually strives to improve her clinical knowledge so she can provide the best advice, treatment and training to her clients.

Tom Carruthers

Exercise Physiologist
 

Bachelor of exercise physiology
ASCA strength & conditioning coach level 1
With a degree in Exercise Physiology and accreditation to the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association, Tom has worked with a number of professional sport teams including the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, Sydney University Rugby League and Australian Paralympians.

Tom is passionate about providing holistic exercise solutions and collaborates with physiotherapists, GPs, surgeons and nurse practitioners to deliver the best outcomes for his clients. Tom is proud to have played rugby and cricket at a representative level overseas and understands the demands of sport from the players perspective. Having experienced an ACL injury and the rehabilitiation process personally, Tom is passionate about helping people recover from injury and get back on the field with a performance edge.

Tom’s unique approach involves helping people understand their injuries, create an evidence based plan to support recovery and break the process down into clear milestones so clients can achieve their goals.

SZANDRA BEIBER

Massage Therapist
 

Relaxation Massage
Sweedish Massage
hot stone massage

Szandra is a passionate massage therapist with a wide range of techniques including sport, deep tissue, Thai, remedial and relaxation. She has been finessing her skills, learning and working in different areas of rehabilitative massage and high-end spa salons around the world in Hungary, New Zealand, Malta, Thailand and on international waters in more recent times.

Szandra has a great feel for the human body and understands the importance that massage has both physically and mentally on the human body. Szandra places great importance on the effect massage has on relieving stress along with improving brain function and mood.

Vincent Coue

Remedial Massage Therapist
 

Remedial Massage
sports Massage
cupping

Vincent is a qualified massage therapist who offers a range of sessions depending on your individual needs. Vincent assists people overcome their limits and improve their general well-being and mobility through Remedial, Swedish, Deep tissue and Sport massages.

As an athlete himself, he understands and can relate to sports injuries and chronic pain associated with sport. He has experience working with professional and sports’ oriented individuals to help them achieve peak performance, prepare and recover after races and competitions. He has been training for many years at a top level and using Massage Therapy as a way to prepare in the best possible way for race day. Vincent has a great understanding of the functional body and is now committed to helping his patients perform at their best in their everyday life and sports performance.

Georgie wood

Remedial Massage Therapist
 

Remedial Massage
sports Massage
cupping

Georgie completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Australian Institute of Fitness in 2018. She is passionate about the healing properties of Remedial Massage Therapy and uses it to reduce muscle tension, improve circulation, reduce stress and hasten the recovery process of soft tissue injuries.

Creating a safe and nurturing space, Georgie supports and helps her clients to relax, de-stress and un-wind mentally, emotionally and physically. She will also equip you with tools and exercises to reduce muscle pain and stress between massages. 

She specialises in Remedial, Deep tissue / Sports, Pregnancy and relaxation massage and tailors all massages specific to her clients needs and goals. 

 

KAI LACKNER

Strength & Conditioning Coach
 

Cert III & IV Fitness
ASCA Strength & Conditioning Coach level 2

Kai is a Strength and Conditioning Coach with a wealth of experience in athlete development having worked with athletes from across various sporting disciplines. 

Passionate about physical education and thirst for knowledge in the subject matter, Kai has focussed his energy on the athletic development process enabling his clients to take their sporting acumen to the next level.

Kai has been involved with sporting teams across a wide range of athletic levels including the Manly Sea Eagles, GWS Giants, and NSW Police Force. Kai’s particular brand of performance training brings the best out of his athletes and clients.

LUKE VESCIO

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Qualified Musculoskeletal Segmental & Dry Needling
Qualified Reformer Pilates studio and clinical rehab

Luke grew up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney and has always been involved in both team and individual sports at a professional and social level.

Movement is a big piece of the puzzle when it comes to one’s health and this couldn’t be any more accurate when injuries occur. Luke works closely with those around him to ensure a return to full function and movement is attained.

Everyone has different goals in regards to rehabilitation be it to return to competitive sport, return to work or return to living pain-free. Whatever the focus is, Luke ensures that the patient and their goal is at the center of the rehabilitation process.

EMMA WILLIAMS

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
APA Sports Physiotherapist level 1
Qualified Musculoskeletal Segmental & Dry Needling
ASCA Strength & Conditioning Coach level 1
SMA Sports Trainer level 2

Emma’s qualifications and close work with Exercise Physiologists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches, and Orthopedic specialists, shows in her knowledge of the human body’s anatomy, and a systematic approach to physiotherapy. Simply put, she wants you to leave your session with a clearer understanding and better movement.

Emma is a ‘hands-on’ practitioner who loves working where she lives, helping locals get back to pain-free movement, professional sport, and everything in between.

Currently, Head Physiotherapist of the Manly-Warringah Womens’ AFL club, closely associated with the Sydney Scorpions Touch Football Association, Emma’s got plenty of experience with sporting injuries of all age groups.

CHRIS LOWE

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Arts Human Movement
Masters in Physiotherapy
GEM 1 Dry Needling
Chris has had a strong passion for sport and exercise all his life and has played team sport at a semi-professional level. 
 
He believes that movement and strength are key to staying healthy. With a “hands-on” approach to physiotherapy coupled with a strong emphasis on strength and mobility, anything is possible and living an injury-free, pain-free life is possible. 
 
Chris has a wealth of experience in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, working as a sports physiotherapist in private practice and also as a medical representative in Sports Orthopaedics. 

SAM CHURCH

Physiotherapist

Doctor of physiotherapy
ASCA strength & conditioning coach level 1

Sam has a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree and is a qualified Strength & Conditioning Coach. His experience has seen him work with elite athletes, sub-elite athletes, weekend warriors and locals motivated to get back to work and doing what they love. 

Sam has had his fair share of injuries and his personal experience allows him to empathise and understand the rehabilitation process. His approach to treatment is tailored to the individual with a focus on active rehabilitation and hands on therapy. One of Sam’s priorities is to help each client better understand their injury, where they are in the rehabilitation process and their role in achieving and surpassing their rehabilitation goals.

When he’s not at Motus you can find Sam surfing just about everyday. If the surf is flat Sam is running, swimming or training at Chocolate Box. Sam has spent multiple seasons snowboarding in Canada and Japan, has cycled from Canada to Mexico and driven from Canada to Patagonia.

 

Christina Ouzas Physiotherapist Motus Health and Performance

Chris Ouzas

Physiotherapist

Masters of physiotherapy
Bachelor of Exercise PHysiology

Chris completed her tertiary education at The University of Sydney, attaining a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology with first class honours in 2017 and masters of Physiotherapy in 2019. 

Chris worked in an acute orthopaedic hospital setting before transitioning into private practice where she now manages acute and chronic injuries with a focus on contact sports. She aims to work together with her clients to get back on the field, track or in the water as well as creating a routine to prevent future injuries with an emphasis on education, building strength and resillience. Chris currently works as an assistant physio for the GWS Giants AFLW team as well as assistant physio for the Bulldogs Jersey Flegg team. 

Growing up, Chris was an avid swimmer, competing at national level. In her early 20s, she made the shift to feild, playing for her local Rugby Sevens club where her passion for contact sports blossomed. When she’s not at work, you’ll find her out and about walking, running, swimming, at sporting events or planning her next coffee spot. 

TOMMY SLOOT

Exercise Physiologist

Bachelor of Applied Science (Sports & Exercise Science)
Master of Exercise Physiology

Having a strong athletic background as a competitive 400-meter sprinter and long-distance runner, Tommy appreciates the intricacies of the human anatomy and the complexities we can face at any point in time.

Tommy aims to empower individuals through movement, create a positive influence on their holistic health and wellbeing, as well as achieve specific goals, no matter the steps along the way. His clinical attention revolves around client rehabilitation, sports and exercise performance as a variety of more complex conditions (Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Metabolic).

Tommy also has strong foundations in athlete programming and periodisation to have athletes at optimum performance ready for competition.

JAZMINE FITZGERALD

Exercise Physiologist

Bachelor of Exercise Science
Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 

Jaz is a passionate Exercise Physiologist with a particular interest in helping those living with the inability to access high levels of physical education and training. She aims to aid improvements in her client’s movement patterns, conditions, increasing independence to achieve their goals by individualising her approach to each client.

Jaz grew up in Byron Bay, surfing and playing high-level soccer. She has always considered exercising a vital part of health and throughout her career has endeavoured to inspire others to lead an active lifestyle through the full spectrum of life. 

Jaz aims to empower her clients and continually strives to improve her clinical knowledge so she can provide the best advice, treatment and training to her clients.

TOM CARRUTHERS

Exercise Physiologist

BACHELOR OF EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
ASCA STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH LEVEL 1

With a degree in Exercise Physiology and accreditation to the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association, Tom has worked with a number of professional sport teams including the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, Sydney University Rugby League and Australian Paralympians.

Tom is passionate about providing holistic exercise solutions and collaborates with physiotherapists, GPs, surgeons and nurse practitioners to deliver the best outcomes for his clients. Tom is proud to have played rugby and cricket at a representative level overseas and understands the demands of sport from the players perspective. Having experienced an ACL injury and the rehabilitiation process personally, Tom is passionate about helping people recover from injury and get back on the field with a performance edge.

Tom’s unique approach involves helping people understand their injuries, create an evidence based plan to support recovery and break the process down into clear milestones so clients can achieve their goals.

SZANDRA BEIBER

Massage Therapist

Relaxation Massage
Sweedish Massage
hot stone massage

Szandra is a passionate massage therapist with a wide range of techniques including sport, deep tissue, Thai, remedial and relaxation. She has been finessing her skills, learning and working in different areas of rehabilitative massage and high-end spa salons around the world in Hungary, New Zealand, Malta, Thailand and on international waters in more recent times.

Szandra has a great feel for the human body and understands the importance that massage has both physically and mentally on the human body. Szandra places great importance on the effect massage has on relieving stress along with improving brain function and mood.

VINCENT COUE

Remedial Massage Therapist

Remedial Massage
sports Massage
cupping

Vincent is a qualified massage therapist who offers a range of sessions depending on your individual needs. Vincent assists people overcome their limits and improve their general well-being and mobility through Remedial, Swedish, Deep tissue and Sport massages.

As an athlete himself, he understands and can relate to sports injuries and chronic pain associated with sport. He has experience working with professional and sports’ oriented individuals to help them achieve peak performance, prepare and recover after races and competitions. He has been training for many years at a top level and using Massage Therapy as a way to prepare in the best possible way for race day. Vincent has a great understanding of the functional body and is now committed to helping his patients perform at their best in their everyday life and sports performance.

Georgie wood

Remedial Massage Therapist

Remedial Massage
sports Massage
cupping

Georgie completed her Diploma of Remedia Massage at the Australian Institute of Fitness in 2018. She is passionate about the healing properties of Remedial Massage Therapy and uses it to reduce muscle tension, improve circulation, reduce stress and hasten the recovery process of soft tissue injuries.

Creating a safe and nurturing space, Georgie supports and helps her clients to relax, de-stress and un-wind mentally, emotionally and physically. She will also equip you with tools and exercises to reduce muscle pain and stress between massages.

She specialises in Remedial, Deep tissue / Sports, Pregnancy and relaxation massage and tailors all massages specific to her clients needs and goals.

KAI LACKNER

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Cert III & IV Fitness
ASCA Strength & Conditioning Coach Level 2

Kai is a Strength and Conditioning Coach with a wealth of experience in athlete development having worked with athletes from across various sporting disciplines. 

Passionate about physical education and thirst for knowledge in the subject matter, Kai has focussed his energy on the athletic development process enabling his clients to take their sporting acumen to the next level.

Kai has been involved with sporting teams across a wide range of athletic levels including the Manly Sea Eagles, GWS Giants, and NSW Police Force. Kai’s particular brand of performance training brings the best out of his athletes and clients.

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