Our Team - Medicine in Motion
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Our Team

The team at Medicine in Motion Health Group are dedicated Allied Health Professionals who endeavour to promote exercise as medicine in the treatment of all our clients. We aim to educate our clients on the health benefits of exercise, motivate our clients to make good health choices and instil life-long changes in health behaviour.



Alex Stronach

Managing Director/ Principal Accredited

Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications: Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation), Bachelor of Applied Science (Sport & Exercise Science)


Specialist areas/areas of interest: Exercise for the management of Osteoporosis and falls prevention; rehabilitation for knee injuries and low back pain.


Hobbies: I love all things football, especially playing for our local South coast team – Southern Branch FC. I love summer on the coast, just as much as I love snowboarding in the winter. Recently, I’ve found a new hobby in hiking. I also love to travel, spend time with my family and friends, and of course my sausage dog, Dash!

Bridie Groenen

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications: Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, Grad. Dip. Clinical Exercise Physiology, University of Ballarat


Specialist areas/areas of interest: Chronic Disease management. Specifically, aiding people to better understand their condition/s and how this may impact upon their ability to exercise safely as well as how exercise can be used to enhance their management. I am passionate about making exercise a part of people’s everyday lives, not letting people feel like a slave to exercise and reaching their goals.


Hobbies: I enjoy spending time with friends and family, especially getting outside and with my furry four-legged family member. I am a netballer and a horse rider at heart, although I rarely get to ride these days. I was a runner in a past life and can appreciate the hard work that goes into training for individual sports.

Kim Gowland

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications: Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Bachelor of Exercise Science at the university of Wollongong


Specialist areas/areas of interest: Falls prevention and exercise for management of neurological conditions


Hobbies: Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family (especially my dog, Rufus) and friends. I love spending time outdoors, going to cafes and the beach. I also love to travel and see the beautiful parts of the world.

Stacie Quirke

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications:  Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science, James Cook University,


Specialist areas/areas of interest: Women’s health, Exercise and Cancer Therapy, Chronic Disease management and exercise for the management of chronic/acute pain conditions.


Hobbies: I love spending time with my family. I have a young daughter and a fluffy old furbaby that my fiancée and I love taking on adventures and visiting new places. I love the outdoors, so I thoroughly enjoy camping, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, days at the beach, diving and snorkeling. I really enjoy boxing and weightlifting and hope to complete my Level 2 ASCA soon.

Georgia Tuli-Manua

Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications: Bachelor of Exercise Physiology completed at UNSW


Specialist areas/areas of interest: WorkCover Return to Work Exercise Programs, cancer rehabilitation and exercise for management of neurological conditions.


Hobbies: Love spending time with my family and friends and I like to keep active so I go to karate, play oztag and netball, enjoy doing coastal walks or hikes and like to take my furry friend Spencer down to the beach!