"Thousands upon thousands of persons have studied disease. Almost no one has studied health."
– Adelle Davis
One of the first things my mentor Nathalie, from Consensio Clinic in Canmore, said when I began studying Manual Osteopathy is "look for the health". We feel so grateful to be going into our 2nd and 4th year of Manual Osteopathy.
We love helping our clients live their healthiest lives.
We are delighted to be a part of the Banff Yoga Festival again this year. We have a booth in the market offering Face Readings, massage and manual therapy to keep you aligned and healthy all weekend.
Erin is teaching her Chakra Reading workshop http://banffyogafestival.com/festival-schedule/
Click on the link to buy your tickets for this beautiful heart entered event. Use the promo code ERINCHABA for a 15% off your purchase. Limit number of spots and tickets are going fast.
See you there.
Photo by the talented Desiles Photography
Most people initially come in with the mentality can you "fix" me.
I facilitate and suport the body in adjusting so that health can express itself. This depends on the willingness of the client to let go. What I do is support the opportunity to let go and rebalance. This is a collaborative effort between myself and my clients.
When space is created to observe, without an agenda, the body shows the best way back to health, better than I could ever facilitate on my own.
Manual Osteopathy treats the body as a whole rather than just addressing individual symptoms. This approach focuses on the relationship between the function and structure of the body.
By assessing the whole body as a unit and not just the area that is of your symptoms creates lasting health. A fundamental principle of osteopathy is that the entire body must be working properly in order to achieve optimal health.
Tap into your own healing potential and book a session today.
Why I study Osteopathy ~ Erin Chaba
I noticed osteopath was on my health plan from work, so I thought I would give it a try. Within the first minute of my visual evaluation with Nathalie (tremendously talented Osteo in Canmore at Consensio Clinic) she asked what occurred with my clavicle? It's the only bone I have ever broken, it happened when I was a couple months old.
The numerous physio's, chiropractors, massage therapists, body workers I've seen throughout my life had never mentioned anything about seeing it. If I had mentioned it, it was passed over as too old to do anything with it or that clavicle are not important as they are not weight bearing.
Within one session the difference I felt in my body was remarkable. Every session I have, I am amazed at the areas that get addressed like organ placement, health of bone yielding, the interconnections of the entire body from head to toe.
I was a little sad after my fist few sessions. I had so many injuries/areas that had never been addressed even though I had been active in receiving a variety of health modalities. I decided to study Osteopathy because of the difference it makes in my life. I want this remarkable practice to have greater availability in my home province.
Photo Taken at Pura Botanicals in Edmonton.