Kerrelee is currently a practioner in her last stages of training in the delightful discipline of Ortho-Bionomy . A style of bodywork that she is passionate about introducing to her clients as it is so gentle and very effective in treating many conditions.
Although not widely practised in W.A it has been practised for about 30 years on the east coast of Australia and the U.S.A
What is Ortho-Bionomy?
Ortho-Bionomy is a gentle, non-invasive system of healing which is helpful in addressing many pain and stress conditions.
Developed by Dr Arthur Lincoln Pauls, a British osteopath, Ortho-Bionomy supports the self-correcting capacity of the person through the use of gentle movement and positioning of the body as well as light compression into the joints.
Ortho-Bionomy stimulates long-lasting changes by re-educating the client’s body so that it can effectively maintain balance and optimal functioning on its own.
After receiving Ortho-Bionomy sessions clients report experiencing pain relief, increased range of motion, greater ease of motion, better structural realignment and postural balance, increased relaxation, more efficient functioning, faster recovery times from injuries, a greater sense of self- empowerment, increased vitality and emotional balance, and an increased sense of wholeness and wellbeing.
Conditions Which Ortho-Bionomy Can Help
Because of the gentle nature of Ortho-Bionomy, this work is very helpful for many different types of problems and conditions.
Conditions Ortho-Bionony can help.
I am a retired nurse with a worn out back from years of lifting patients and hard physical work. I have tried many forms of treatment for my painful lower back, sacrum and tight neck issues before I found Kerrelee.
Kerrelee has really helped me consistently to relieve the pain I have and I find Ortho- Bionomy the technique she uses (which I had never heard of before) to be very effective in releasing the pain.
I am very grateful for her tretaments and I am happy to recomend her as a practioner, I have ongoing regular sessions with her and so does my daughter for her lower scolisos back issues.I also find doing regular swimming exercise and yoga helps support my back which she encourages me to do as well.