I recently listened with excited interest to a podcast that Prof. Paul Dieppe gave for “Healing Stories” in February of this year, where Paul discusses how he was able to later deal with the experience of being a hostage in Kuwait for four months. He moved forward in his healing journey by “reframing” this trauma. … More Tell your story and help heal your trauma
Can a bodywork treatment help your state of mind? Yes! The mind and the body are intricately linked. How you feel in your mind will be reflected in your body, and how you feel in your body will be reflected in your state of mind. Somebody who feels depressed, for example, will have a body … More Mental Health and Orthobionomy
The power of working with the fascial diaphragms The body stores all the experiences we have had, all our stories, whether they be good memories or bad. Recent scientific research has shown that fascia plays a large role in storing our emotions. A normally beautifully balanced elastic tensegrity structure can lose its ability to rebound, when … More Trauma Release in Orthobionomy
When I have a new client, I note their name, address, telephone number, date of birth, weight, height, their job (as this gives me important information with regards to their possible posture), whether they take any medication. The dosis for medication for high or low blood pressure or for thyroid treatment can be affected by … More What happens in a standard Ortho-Bionomy treatment?
Ortho-Bionomy® is a very gentle, holistic, non-invasive way to help release tension and stress in your body and works on a physical, mental and spiritual level. No hold, no position and no movement should cause you any discomfort or pain and it involves no manipulation whatsoever. It is therefore considered a very pleasant and relaxing … More Ortho- what?!
Ortho-Bionomy is taught in many countries worldwide, with hundreds of teachers and thousands of Ortho-Bionomy practitioners. However, there are only a handful, in fact less than one handful of people, that practice the Ortho-Bionomy here in the UK. Arthur Lincoln Pauls, a Canadian, began studying Osteopathy in 1972. He had always sought out Osteopaths due … More The story of how Ortho-Bionomy came to the UK