Receptionist and Remedial Massage Therapist

The wonderful Maharlia can be found at reception on Monday mornings at IOSAS. Tuesday and Thursday afternoons you can book in for a Remedial Massage with her and when she is not at IOSAS, she is studying very hard for her Bachelor of Science.


Maharlia’s motivation for a career change into musculoskeletal care arose after her experience in receiving massage and chiropractic treatment to successfully manage headaches, migraines and general aches and pains - specifically the lower back, neck and shoulder regions. Her move from full-time computer work into the dynamic world of health-care is a welcome and exciting change.


Maharlia earned a Diploma of Remedial Massage after completing a Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice and is committed to further developing her knowledge and skills in musculoskeletal care. As a result, she commenced a Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) degree at Central Queensland University in 2018. Maharlia will complete a comprehensive Dry Needling course this year.


Maharlia is passionate about assisting people to achieve their physical wellness as well as preventative health-care and believes in the importance of client education. Maharlia treats a variety of conditions and uses varying techniques.





Tyson has been with Institute of Sports and Spines from December 2018.

Tyson is currently studying for his Bachelors of Science (Chiropractic) with CQ University and finds working within the clinic to be rewarding.

In the short time Tyson has been at the clinic, he has found a further appreciation of the depth and knowledge that is involved with treating patients.

Tyson finds the staff of the Institute of Sports and Spine to be very welcoming and knowledgeable, which is both beneficial for the patients and the team.