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I received my first Ortho-Bionomy treatment in 1997, while struggling with an ongoing shoulder injury. I was intrigued that such a gentle method could have such powerful benefits. Within (3) treatments the chronic issue I had been living with for several years, and for which I'd undergone all kinds of treatment, resolved entirely.
Coming from a science and Remedial Massage background, I began to study with Ortho-Bonomy Instructors myself in 1998. Originally my intersest was for the ongoing professional development requirements of health fund compliancy for the massage industry. I soon realised the benefits the treatment offered, beyond that of massage.
Studying in a self paced way, I spent the next (10) years attending classes, incorporating Ortho-Bionomy into my treatemnts, and now practice and teach as an Advanced Practitioner and Instructor of Ortho-Bionomy.

I practice Ortho-Bionomy exclusively in my clinic now for several reasons:
  • The outcomes for my clients are much improved
  • Ortho-Bionomy is physically very gentle on both my client's and my own body
  • The treatment is holistic, providing benefits for both the skeletal structure, the soft tissues, and the organs within the body
  • Working with the nervous system, Ortho-Bionomy allows my clients to be their best physically, mentally and emotionally
  • This respectful method is simply how I prefer to interact with clients
  • Sustainability. No products or equipment are used, so a very gentle footprint on the planet
Ortho-Bionomy is a principle based treatment. These principles have now become the way I interact in all my relationships.

I feel they not only improve the treatment outcomes in my clinic but, living with these principles, makes me a more effective person in all my relationships.

But life's not all work. Play is also important. Life is about balance, and I have lots of interests away from the clinic. Most of them involve exploring new experiences. These include travel, hiking, cooking, reading, movies, and sharing ideas in stimulating conversations. I love meeting new people, and exploring ways to achieve full potential for myself and those I work with.

I hope to meet you in the clinic one day.