Tanice has always had an interest in health and movement therapies. She completed her Bachelor of Health Science in Myotherapy/Musculoskeletal Therapy, as well as a diploma of Remedial Therapy and yoga teacher training. She is passionate about learning and integrating the most up to date research and techniques in the treatment of chronic pain and injury management and to that end is continuing her studies in Osteopathic Medicine. Tanice has also completed advanced training in vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), low level laser/ photobiomodulation and neuromobilisation therapies. Tanice uses a functional medicine approach to injury, chronic pain and rehabilitation. She tailors her treatments to the individual client’s needs, and will work with you to establish your goals and identify ways for you to be actively involved in your recovery. Tanice has a special interest in chronic pain, neuropathic pain, shoulder/neck, lower back/hip and foot impairments/injuries and patient education.
London trained, Dr Chris Jensen brings an international flavour to the Kinetikos team. Travelling to the UK initially for travel and to work as a head chef, Chris rediscovered a passion for human movements which led him to studying at the London School of Osteopathy. Having completed his studies, Chris holds a Masters of Osteopathy and has five years’ experience working in a busy Brisbane clinic.
Chris’s interest in human movements began in his teenage years competing in athletics, cycling and triathlons. Chris took this interest to university initially studying Human movements and psychology, but it was his passion for food that led him to defer these studies and begin his career as a chef. After working in restaurants in Brisbane, Chris travelled to London to further his cheffing career. What was intended to be a two year working holiday turned into a ten year career and life change, with Chris returning to Australia in 2014 with his wife and young son.
- Neck pain
- Lower back pain
- Shoulder impingement issues
- Chronic pain management
Masters of Osteopathy
Rehabilitation and Sports massage Diploma
Siri was originally inspired to start learning massage due to a long term injury, and her own personal journey with the benefits of massage for pain and injury. She has since then developed extensive experience treating people holistically with a combination of Remedial Massage, Thai Massage, Bowen Therapy and pressure points. She has previously worked extensively with pregnant women and is our current pregnancy massage expert. Siri believes that all healing comes from within when the body is properly maintained and provides a service that is targeted to her clients needs.
Siri graduated her Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2012 and has since also completed a Diploma of Bowen Therapy in 2016.
Cecelia has been a remedial massage therapist for over 5 years. She’s developed a strong understanding of the human body through working with a range of patients during her career. In particular, she specialises in helping people recover from injury, supporting athletes and relieving tension in office workers.
As a trained yoga teacher, Cecelia often incorporates various stretches and exercises for patients to perform at home to assist in the treatment process. She’s passionate about helping patients improve their understanding of their own body to enable them to better manage their physical wellbeing post-treatment.
Cecelia is also qualified in dry needling, cupping, and kinesiotaping (Rock Tape) and incorporates these techniques into her treatment.
To further her understanding of the human body, Cecelia is currently studying a Bachelor of Health Science (BHSc) majoring in naturopathy, nutrition, and herbalism. Her studies are assisting her to deliver treatments which are even more holistic and patient centred.
Caroline has always been fascinated by body mechanics, wanting to learn more about how and why pain develops. After an unfulfilling corporate career, Caroline finally took the leap and completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2020.
Caroline is passionate about identifying and correcting dysfunction in a person’s biomechanics and specialises in general upper or lower back pain. Caroline enjoys working with her clients to identify the ways in which their daily activities help or hinder their biomechanics and pain levels, creating a partnership for long term relief and improved quality of life.