Deep Tissue Trigger Point Therapy

OrthoDynamics is a non-invasive form of body work which effectively addresses structural pain, long term injuries and stress held in the body. It is a system of releasing the body’s trauma using trigger points and gentle body movement to realign the spine and posture without manipulation.

OrthoDynamics is a conglomeration of techniques gained and adapted from over 40 years of bodywork practice by Geoff Beaty DN, MNHAA and has a foundation of Orthobionomy, a technique developed by an Osteopath, Arthur Lincoln-Paulls (London).

OrthoDynamics draws also from other techniques including Postural Integration, Trager, Rebalancing and Acupressure.  Geoff has learned, adapted and adopted these techniques and invented many of his own to solve clinical problems that the other techniques did not address. The result is a very powerful technique that resolves painful muscle spasms and body holding patterns so that the "body mind" can begin to reassert the correct postural patterns without pain. Essentially Geoff accesses the trigger points (which are stored pain & trauma) in the muscles and fascia whilst positioning the body to mimic the position at the origin of the traumatic event position thereby reminding the "body mind" of what is locked in, and then to release it gently. This is done along the spine, neck and around the shoulders but can be done anywhere on the body where there is stored pain.

It usually takes from 4 to 6 sessions for problems to be resolved if done in concert with a good personalized movement therapy such as Pilates, Iyengar Yoga etc. so that the exercise and movement together with OrthoDynamics reawakens the original unrestricted movement patterns so that the client does not fall back into the old patterns. More serious problems can take longer.

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  • The Institute for Functional Medicine
  • Society for Integrative Oncology
  • Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia
  • Australian Traditional-Medicine Society
  • British Naturopathic Association