About us

Be Alive Physiotherapy at West Perth is a family practice founded by twin sisters Silvia and Vanesa who are passionate about helping others by educating about health.

Silvia Gonzalez Quiñones

Silvia Gonzalez-Quinones


Physiotherapist | Osteopath | Myofascial Therapist

Silvia has been a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for over 18 years in rehabilitation and orthopaedic therapy in the public health system and private practice. In 2011 she migrated to Perth where she has been working since, developing particular interest in shoulder, jaw, back pain and emotional stress.

Her passion for the body led her to complete a degree in Osteopathy (by University of Barcelona, 2008) and seek other therapies that address emotional symptoms. It was only after she received a treatment by Myofascial Release that she experienced a remarkable improvement in her long term on-going health issues. She focused in learning about fascia and got a Diploma in Myofascial Release Therapy (University of Seville, 2003) and once in Perth she became a Structural Integration practitioner (KMI) by Anatomy Trains Australia in 2015.

Silvia is an empathetic and caring practitioner that understands highly sensitive people, being one herself. She views the body as a whole, as an integration of body, mind and emotions.

Silvia enjoys running, tennis, healthy cooking and recharging in nature.

Our vision is to help people to alleviate pain to improve their lives. 

Vanesa Gonzalez-Quinones is Co-founder of Be Alive Physiotherapy

Vanesa Gonzalez-Quinones


Managing Director | PhD | Scientist

Vanesa completed a degree in Environmental Science and a PhD in Soil Science back in 2006. She came to Perth to work as soil biologist and has been in research until 2016.

Vanesa’s passion has always been psychology and neuroscience, in how brain and emotions work and the impact they have on your health. Her ongoing passion is learning evidence based new techniques in functional neurology that might benefit kids with learning difficulties.

Vanesa loves cooking, the beach and playing padel tennis.

We strive to provide a quality and caring experience. 

Tracey Cross Remedial Massage at Be Alive

Tracey Cross

Remedial Massage | Shiatsu | Lymphatic Drainage

Tracey Cross is an experienced and qualified remedial massage therapist, having completed a Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2006, as well as Certificates in Shiatsu and Lymphatic Drainage. She is accredited with Massage and Myotherapy Australia (formerly the Australian Association of Massage Therapists) and is health fund rebatable.

Tracey specialises in shoulders, necks and headaches. As a remedial massage therapist, she uses massage techniques and acupressure to relieve muscular tension, alleviate pain and prevent headaches. Her mission is to resolve your pain and discomfort so you can get on with life and keep doing the things you love.

Tracey is a former Paralympic swimmer, competing in 3 Paralympic Games – Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000. In all, she won 4 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze Paralympic medals.

In Sydney 2000 Tracey was selected to recite the Athlete’s Oath at the opening ceremony of the Paralympics.

Tracey is accompanied to work by her guide dog Caddie, who you will see relaxing quietly in the clinic. In her leisure time, she enjoys tandem cycling and reading.

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