Veronica Tziavrangos Bachelor of applied science (physiotherapy) (honours) Aquatic physiotherapy coordinator Pilates Mat Instructor (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) Move accredited pilates studio instructor Headache practitioner
Veronica graduated from the University of South Australia with honours in 1997, and is currently studying a Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy.
She has experience in private practice working with sports injuries, occupational health and general injuries, and extensive experience in rehabilitation after surgery and medical illness. Since graduating she has worked in Australia and the UK, in major hospitals as well as private practice. She is a mum with two kids and spends time hiking or running when she can, including having completed the trailblazer 100km event and the Glasgow half marathon.
Peter and Veronica own and run Move Physiotherapy and Pilates as their own family business. They are passionate about creating a unique, welcoming and caring environment for all clients and staff.
Catherine Johnson Bachelor of applied science (physiotherapy) Master of applied science (manipulative physiotherapy) Certified pilates rehabilitation instructor (polestar) Level 3 clinical pilates training (dance medicine australia) Move accredited pilates studio instructor Headache practitioner
Cathy’s special areas of interest are headache, neck and back pain and exercise programmes for chronic spinal pain. Since graduating in 1986 from the University of South Australia, Cathy has worked largely in private practice in both Adelaide and the UK. She spent four years at the Wakefield Sports Clinic, during which time she gained her Level 1 and 2 Sports Physiotherapy certificates and was the team physiotherapist for the Adelaide Giants Baseball Club (ABL National League).
In 1996, Cathy undertook a Master’s degree in manipulative physiotherapy, which involved a year’s postgraduate training in the diagnosis and advanced management of musculo-skeletal problems. Cathy also worked as a clinical educator at the School of Physiotherapy, and since 1997 has undertaken extensive training in the Pilates method through Dance Medicine Australia (Melbourne) and Polestar Education (Miami, Florida), gaining her formal pilates rehabilitation certification through Polestar in 2002.
Cathy also worked with Dean Watson at the Headache Clinic for a total of 8 years, gaining unique personal experience working alongside this internationally recognised expert in physiotherapy management of chronic benign headache.
Marelle Wilson Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) UniSA
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
APMA Certified Pilates Instructor
Move accredited Pilates Instructor
Health Coaching (HCA model of Health Change, Australia)
Qualified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) facilitator(Openground, Australia and Centre for Mindfulness, UMass Medical School, USA)
Neuroscience based pain education with the NOI group, Australia
Marelle graduated as a physiotherapist in 1993 from the University of South Australia. She has spent time working in Sydney and the United Kingdom as well as running a private practice for 5 years specialising in dance injuries. Marelle has lectured to Dance Performance students at TAFE, to students undertaking the APMA (Australian Pilates Method Association) Pilates qualification and to Physiotherapy students at the University of SA.
She now has a special interest in treating complex, persistent pain using a combination of neuroscience based education, mindfulness meditation and more traditional physical and exercise therapies. She also has a love of the arts (and especially dance) and so also maintains a strong interest in keeping dancers and dance students performing at their best, including screening assessments and pre-pointe evaluations.
She is kept busy when not working at Move,with two very active primary school aged boys and she enjoys walking, yoga,Pilates and meditation.
Jenny Phillips Womens Health & Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy coordinator
Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours Bachelor of Arts Certificate in Pilates Rehabilitation (Polestar) Move accredited pilates studio instructor Headache practitioner
Since graduating in 1999, Jenny has worked extensively in Adelaide and the UK in public hospitals and private practices.
She has a special interest in neck and back pain, as well as a keen interest in women's health. Jenny also works at the Flinders Medical Centre in the Women's Health section. She has much experience in treating women pre and post natally for musculoskeletal pains, and in teaching pre and post natal Pilates exercise classes.
She has a great deal of experience in developing and teaching Pilates classes, both for rehabilitation purposes and for general well-being and toning and thoroughly enjoys this aspect of her work.
In addition to pre/post natal pilates classes, Jenny also runs our Hydrotherapy classes on Friday evenings at the Repat Hospital.
Jenny has two children at primary school. In her spare time she enjoys running and spending time in the garden.
Louise O’Neill Hydrotherapy Coordinator Bachelor of Medical Science Masters in Physiotherapy (Graduate Entry) Level 2 Clinical Pilates (Dance Medicine Australia) Polestar Pilates Training (Adelaide) Move Accredited Pilates Instructor Headache practitioner
Louise graduated as a physiotherapist in 2007 from the University of South Australia. Since graduating, Louise has enjoyed working in the rural setting (Kangaroo Island) and in Adelaide in public and private settings. She has worked at The Royal Adelaide Hospital and Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre in many different areas including rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery and with amputees.
Louise has a strong interest in active rehabilitation and enjoys using Pilates to achieve great results with clients. She has a keen interest in professional development and regularly attends conferences and weekend workshops offered by the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
In addition to running Pilates classes at Move's two clinics, Louise also coordinates and runs our hydrotherapy services on Monday nights at the Repat Hospital.
Louise enjoys keeping fit and active by training for triathlons and open water swims (in summer only!).