I have been doing this work for over 20 years and am skilled at recognizing imbalances and incongruities.
I am also very good at determining if the work is a good fit for you. I can see if appropriate change is happening usually in the first session, more assuredly in the second. Clients will also have a sense of something changing as well. To some, the changes are subtle. Depending on how you are wired will determine your experience.
What is Essential is Invisible to the Eye –by Elizabeth Mixon, Cranial Sacral therapist, LMT, Bend, OR
It was the pain that initially introduced me to Ortho-Bionomy®. Thank Goodness! Doctors and surgeons were advising me to participate in a third Lamenectomy, to which I delivered an absolute and resounding “No.”
Eight OB sessions later, my life was changed. Most of my pain was gone, and thus launched my journey into OB-land! Each time I began to compose this essay, the meaning of Ortho-Bionomy® would continue to change, so I would press the pause button and “wait” until I could decisively express its impact on my life. It didn’t take me long to figure out that the “waiting” would never end, for Ortho-Bionomy® was forever changing and evolving in me. It is difficult for me to separate the influence and impact that Ortho-Bionomy® has had on my personal and professional life, for they have become so intertwined. <–Read More–>