Gentle approach to pain relief … profound results.
- enhance the body’s ability to self-correct and maintain balance,
- relieve pain
- release physical restrictions
- calm the nervous system
- reduce stress
Orth-Bionomy is a non-forceful, wholistic therapy which honours the inherent wisdom of the body to self correct.
Julie Luckman is the Director of Ortho-Bionomy Hobart. She is a registered Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner and is currently training to become an Advanced Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner.
Julie began practising Ortho-Bionomy in Victoria in 2007, and has been offering Ortho-Bionomy regularly in Hobart over the past few years.
In September 2013 she made the move to beautiful Tasmania, settling in Dodges Ferry where she continues to develop an Ortho-Bionomy Practice.
With a background in Yoga and Steiner Education, Julie found Ortho-Bionomy was a natural progression and realisation of her skills, and dedication to healthy body, mind and soul.
Julie studied Ortho-Bionomy in Australia and New Zealand with Internationally Accredited Instructors. She is a member of Ortho-Bionomy Australia (OBA) and the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International® (SOBI), and is a Registered Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner with SOBI. Julie is currently training as an Advanced Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner.
She has a strong interest in using Ortho-Bionomy to work successfully with the Enteric Nervous System … exploring ways to help the connection between the health of the gut and the health of the whole body and mind.
Julie offers and encourages Ortho-Bionomy self care exercises, when possible, as part of her client sessions. Self care is a natural extension of the Ortho-Bionomy session on the table, enabling each person to enhance their own healing progress.
2 to 4 sessions are generally recommended to obtain substantial results for most conditions, though the individual needs of each client will be assessed and discussed in the first session.
Please feel free to contact Julie for further information about how Ortho-Bionomy might help you.