About Us


To keep performers where they belong… on stage!


1. We collaborate with you.

2. We teach you our best tricks.

3. We treat you with evidence-based medicine.

4. We empower you with knowledge.

5. We support and guide you, and also laugh, cry, and celebrate with you.



Image of Selina Tannenberg, Director, Principal Physio, Voice Physio, Pole Physio, Flexibility Expert at MoveMedics, Physio for the Performing Arts, Brisbane.

Selina Tannenberg is our director and principal physiotherapist. She is affectionately known to her patients as the Queen of Pain, because of her command over pain.

Selina enjoys singing, writing, playing keys and guitar, as well as pole dancing, silks, and handstanding.

Selina is Miss Pole Dance Queensland 2nd runner-up 2011! She runs a blog as the Pole Physio and you can check out her Pole Physio Blog here: www.polephysio.com


Selina graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from the University of Queensland in 2000 and has worked exclusively in private physio practice since. She is passionate about promoting a proactive health culture and empowering people with the ability to manage simple pains and injuries. She considers herself a movement mentor to her clients.
Selina has special interests in the voice, shoulder health in inverted and aerial sports as well as flexibility training and management of hypermobility syndromes.
She served on the board of the International Pole Dance and Fitness Association (IPDFA) as their Medical and Safety Specialist and was also the official physiotherapist for the International Pole Championship (IPC) where she looked after the world’s best pole athletes at one of the world’s most prestigious aerial championships from 2010 to 2013.


Image of Ashleigh Jones, Masters Dietitian, IBS and FODMAPs expert at MoveMedics, Physio for the Performing Arts, Brisbane.

Ashleigh Jones is our Masters Dietitian who is passionate about food in every way imaginable and is rightfully our Resident Foodie.

Ashleigh specialises in allergies and food intolerances, and when not obsessing about food you can catch her flying high in the sky on aerial silks.


Ashleigh graduated from Griffith University with a Master of Nutrition & Dietetics in 2010. She completed her Masters dissertation on the impact of alcohol on post-exercise rehydration, and undergraduate research into the genetics of multiple sclerosis (MS).

Ashleigh has worked in a variety of areas including private hospitals and corporate health. She currently works in the food industry and in private practice at MoveMedics. She has a special interest in the dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), including the low FODMAP diet, as well as food intolerances and general nutrition concerns. As an aerialist herself, Ashleigh has a keen interest in nutrition strategies for movement artists and performers.

Ashleigh’s breadth of experience means she understands the challenges faced by busy professionals, particularly when it comes to time management and work-life balance. She believes in empowering clients with the skills and knowledge to independently manage their own nutrition concerns. While she is a keen cook and a die hard foodie, Ashleigh understands that food is not everyone’s first priority, and works with clients to develop the perfect nutrition strategy for their own individual needs.