As an Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner, the principle of Ortho-Bionomy® that speaks most profoundly to me is the ability of the body to self-correct. When working with clients, I am ever mindful that I am there to support, encourage, and listen or guide, but not fix.
This concept was most readily apparent to me when I began my Ortho-Bionomy® journey and it still is my guiding lamppost. I am ever striving toward my personal and professional mission statement, Epoerig people through oeet. There is soethig amazing in the concept of knowing that your body as the ability to self-correct. The body is a self-regulating, enclosed system that, when operating properly can maintain itself.
As an Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner, Pilates Instructor, and athletic competitor, my life is movement. I regularly run, swim, bike, yoga, dance, do Pilates, and weight lift and, in so much, I am constantly intrigued by the human body and all forms of movement. When I have an client on my table, I have the opportunity to see, feel, ad eergetially iterat ith that liet’s moving body. The Ortho-Bionomy® then affects that body, reflecting the influence of the Ortho-Bionomy® movement.
Commonly, improved mobility is the result. I see movement as an integral part of the self-correcting capacity of the human body. Through movement, the body pumps blood, lymph and other fluids. Movement is what allows the muscles, bones and connective tissue to stay supple and strong. Without movement, the body becomes stagnate and brittle. Ortho-Bionomy® assists in creating an environment within conducive to a fluid, supple, fit body… one that is, in itself, a self-corrected body.