At the Centre for Structural Medicine, I use alternate neuromusculoskeletal approaches to healthcare in which treatment is mediated through the soft and connective tissues of the body. Our approach combines osteopathic principles with acupoint theory and aims to correct mechanical and neural dysfunction.
Each individual treatment is based on holistic appreciation of the systems of the body as well as its complex interrelationships and is intended to stimulate and facilitate the body's innate, natural capacity to self regulate and heal.
My primary method of therapeutic intervention is Bowen Therapy. I have been a Bowen therapist for 13 years and an instructor for the Bowen Academy of Australia for 7 years. I have studied numerous post graduate courses including Specialised Bowen Procedures 1 (SBP1) Graham Pennington’s Importance of Symmetry, Georgi Ilchev’s Bowen Body Decoding, Trevor Rose’s Bowen Hormonal work, Robyn Wood’s Sports Bowen and Ron Phelan’s specialized TMJ work (level 3) as well as the Practitioner Assessment Skills Course (PASC).