What is Ortho-Bionomy?

What is Ortho-Bionomy?

Come along on 1st March, 2020 to The Oswestry Memorial Hall for the Healers & Therapists Conference & Exhibition to hear Dr Anna Hayes, the UK's only Ortho Bionony practitioner talk about how this gentle technique can help you.

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.

Advanced Training in the Ortho-Bionomy

In addition to the training as Ortho-Bionomy practitioner, I have completed further training in:

  • Shock and trauma
  • Scars
  • Amputations and artificial replacements
  • Traditional Chinese medicine and
    acupuncture points
  • Energy work
  • Energetic Psychology
  • Fascia

Ortho-Bionomy in Schools:

A project in America involves Ortho-Bionomy practitioners working with elementary school children. Click here to watch a video that demonstrates the beautiful peace and ease whilst working with the Ortho-Bionomy, not only with children!

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:

  • Structural techniques for the biomechanical systems of the body: cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine; thorax and ribs; pelvis; hip, knee, ankle and foot joints; shoulder, elbow, hand and finger joints.
  • Further training in the dynamic techniques, in order to support the integration of the structural techniques as well as to improve the increased physiological function: For the whole biomechanical system, for scars, the navel and for the Chakren energy centres.
  • Neurolymphatic reflex points (after Chapman and Goodheart) for the treatment of the inner organs as well as particular muscle groups.
  • Isometric and isotonic techniques for muscle relaxation.
  • Energetic techniques and reflexes as well as Aura work.
  • Visceral techniques for the organs, the digestive system, and the fascia.
  • Craniosacrale techniques for the head, eyes, central nervous system, upper and lower jaw.

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