Be Free In Your Movement™
Selina Asirus Tannenberg
Health Content Creator | Physiotherapist | Musician
“Do as I say, not as I do” has never sat well with Selina and is the primary driving force behind her treatment approach - educate and empower people with evidence-based information so they can make the best decisions for their health.
Naturally, she was inspired to incorporate personal coaching, behavioural change strategies, as well as her own life lessons in her practice of physiotherapy and has successfully helped numerous people achieve their movement goals, whether that be overcoming pain, recovering from injuries, or upgrading performance.
A logical yet creative thinker, Selina has the ability to see beyond the superficial, connect the relevant dots then carve out the path to success and present it in user-friendly ways. This has led her to developing her signature flexibility training programme, becoming the world’s first Pole Dance Physio, and creating Voice Physio.
Selina is currently distilling 20 years of knowledge and experiences into various easy-to-follow, step-by-step online healthcare courses to help you optimise your movement so you can keep doing what you love for as long as you want.
Besides her love for movement and teaching, Selina enjoys running, Formula 1 Racing, reading, drawing, a good giggle, and am working on her handstand. She is also a composer, singer-songwriter and publishes her music under her nom de plume, Asirus.
My Fav Posts
The Foundation to Handspring Success The Handspring, aka Split Grip Ayesha, is a goal trick for a lot of pole dancers. Not only does the Handspring offer a great sense of achievement, it also opens the door to a lot of fun tricks, combos, and transitions. It is certainly one of those rite of passage tricks and...Read More
What Grade would you Give Your Movement? If you were to give your movement a grade right now, what grade would you give yourself? These are the things I want you to consider: Strength – Do you have the strength needed to do all the activities you want to do? Mobility – Do you have the mobility needed to do...Read More
Good Technique Does Not Exempt You from Voice Injuries I came across this comment online recently: “If you have good vocal technique then you won’t have voice injuries”and I wholeheartedly disagree. Good technique is critical for voice health, that is for certain, but there is something equally as important as technique and that is vocal capacity....Read More
The 4 Scenarios of Pain and Tissue Damage “Pain equals damage” is easily one of the biggest pain myths of all. No, pain does NOT equal damage. Let’s take a closer look. Where pain and tissue damage are concerned, there’re 4 possible scenarios. Scenario 1: No tissue damage. No pain. Scenario 2: Tissue damage. Pain Scenario 3: Tissue...Read More
The Obsession About Posture Posture is something all professional voice users have to think about. For singers, you need to think about your posture for singing and stage presence. For speakers, you also need to think about stage presence and how best to look confident and engaging to your audience. Posture also has a bad...Read More
The Elusive Spatchcock When I posted this in 2015, it was right in the middle of a great debate about the Spatchcock’s aesthetics, there were some very strong comments made and a lot of equally strong responses. It was quite a stir! Whether you like the look of the Spatchcock or not is a matter...Read More
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