Amanda is a Registered Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner at Holistic Health Spa & Wellness Center in Grnd Junction Colorado. She graduated from the Rocky Mountain Ortho-Bionomy Center and is completing her Advanced Practitioner program. She also graduated from Mesa State College with a B.A. in Anthropology and Sociology. Ortho-Bionomy continually helps Amanda heal, evolve, and reclaim her life from chronic pain and trauma. Along the journey she has found her authentic purpose by helping others heal on their own path to wholeness.
What is Ortho-Bionomy? It is a cutting edge, holistic, non-invasive, neurological based body work that helps issues related to trauma and pain. It is a modality that works with the nervous system and the bodies' inherent intelligence to balance and bring function to all systems as a whole. It's a principal based work that focuses on right relationship and creating connection, both physical and energetic to help the body naturally self-correct by healing from within. Find relief and help with many issues related to trauma, acute/chronic pain, structure, visceral, endocrine, lymph, fluids, cranial, sports injuries, car accidents, pre/post surgery, inflammation, ptsd/anxiety, whiplash, dis-ease, stress and much more.
What to expect in a therapy session? Find pain relief and Mind, Body, Spirit connection. Calm down, rest and relax during your 60 minute therapy session. Ortho-Bionomy is non-invasive and subtle, yet very deep and rooted in principals of osteopathy, homeopathy, and martial arts. It is a fully clothed body work, please arrive in comfortable clothing. We start and end with comfort not force, and focus on moving away from pain towards ease. Each session is unique and authentic to the person on the table and is tailored to what that body needs, staying in range of motion and position of comfort. There is no protocol or agenda and is primarily focused on helping the body find self-recognition, choice, and health. It works with proprioception and specific patterns in the body to facilitate change, self-correction, reorganization, and neuromuscular re-education through reflexive techniques, compression, traction, structural positioning, and self-care exercises.
Although it's subtle in technique it is a profoundly deep body therapy so you may feel as if you've ran a marathon after your session. It's recommended to drink lots of water, get out in nature, and engage in bilateral motion like walking to integrate the work. Do you have a furry friend or animal family member that is struggling with pain, inflammation, joint problems, anxiety, etc? Amanda also works with animals, specifically dogs and cats, and hopes to one day open an animal Ortho-Bionomy clinic in Colorado. Find a path to wholeness Contact Amanda at 970-201-6061 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment or for more information.