When the body is relaxed,
then the soul will also feel lighter.
Ortho-Bionomy is a gentle, non-invasive way to communicate with the body, instead of working on the body. A conversation with your body takes place, full of respect for you as an individual. Carefully selected positions and gentle touches allow the body to rediscover comfort and to find its natural inner balance. Your body and your energy can then be free of tension and stress.
The Ortho-Bionomy practitioner gently follows the body's inner rhythm, taking note of the existing muscle tone, in order to ascertain the natural posture and movement patterns. In this relaxed position, muscles and tendons can unwind, stress and emotional tensions can be released, leaving a deep feeling of peace and harmony. Old patterns of misuse can be replaced by long-term flexibility and comfort. New patterns of assurance and structural balance can be discovered.
What is a qualified Ortho-Bionomy
Practitoner trained to do?
The Ortho-Bionomy training includes the following elements, from which the wide variety of possible applications of the method may be deduced:
Advanced Training in the
In addition to the training as Ortho-Bionomy practitioner, I have completed further training in:
More Information about
You will find much useful information from the International Society of Ortho-Bionomy on this website.....
An interesting description of the development of Ortho-Bionomy from Osteopathy, their similarities and differences can be found in this article written by the Advanced Ortho-Bionomy teacher, Richard Valasek....
Ortho-Bionomy in Schools: A project in America involves Ortho-Bionomy practitioners working with elementary school children. Click here to watch a video which demonstrates the beautiful peace and ease whilst working with the Ortho-Bionomy, not only with children!
Articles & Stories: Here I describe some of the more interesting cases that I have had with the Ortho-Bionomy as well as some of the beliefs that I have developed during my time working with the Ortho-Bionomy. Read the stories to get a feel of how I work.