Body Mind Therapies:
Structural & Cranial Osteopathy
Hypnotherapy for pain management
Yoga and Movement solutions
Sound Therapy/ Sound bath relaxation
Practitioners offer a vast array of treatments to help patients
– suffering from injuries affecting joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, discs to name a few, by encouraging healing of the damaged tissues using safe and gentle manual techniques.
– suffering from acute and chronic pain due to musculoskeletal issues by treating the causes of the pain through osteopathic manipulations rather than just the symptoms.
[Hypnotherapy may be suggested to patients who want to deal with the emotional side associated with acute and chronic pain if the pain is overwhelming. Please note that the use of hypnotherapy in pain management is not limited to conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system.]
– wanting to improve sport performance by addressing body imbalances and needs to perform its best.
– wishing to improve and/or to promote physical and mental health as well as wellbeing.
About Sabine Audibert
Sabine started her carrier as a yoga teacher. She studied at the Ecole Francaise de Yoga in Paris, which consisted of a 4 Year training involving 900 hours of study alongside personal yoga practice. She successfully qualified in 1998.
Following a shoulder injury that Sabine did not manage to heal through her yoga practice, she sought the help of an osteopath. Amazed by how effective the treatments were, she decided to study osteopathy. She graduated in 2010 from the London School of Osteopathy and gained a BSc (Hons) in Osteopathy with the University of Brighton. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy (Io). After graduating, she carried on improving her skills by attending postgraduate training in the field of cranial osteopathy, kinesiology taping and medical acupuncture. She is registered with the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS).
She also carried on developing her knowledge of body movements to further help her patients. She trained with the Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute and studied all mathwork and equipment levels of Pilates. She also successfully trained with Movement Solution for rehabilitation.
More recently, Sabine studied at the British Academy of Sound Therapy and has gained a Practitioner Level Diploma in Sound Therapy as she wanted to be able to create a safe space where individuals can relax very deeply physically and mentally, release some physical and emotional blockages and stress.
In a similar frame of mind, Sabine decided to study hypnotherapy with Hypnotic Solutions Training in UK to help some of her patients suffering from pain via another complementary route along with manual and exercise therapy. Patients in pain can become very anxious, fear movements, stop working, feel down, to mention just a few behavioural changes, which in turn create a negative feedback loop and increase the perception of pain levels. Pain perception depends on patient life history and is very much linked to emotions and learnt past behaviour. Sabine is registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR), the National Guild of hypnotherapist and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). She specialises in pain management to help her patients and individuals suffering from acute and chronic pain.
All these years of professional experience, training and personal growth are leading Sabine to organise more workshops and day retreats. In the longer term, Sabine is planning on organising weekend and week retreats, which will include movement sessions, group voice therapy, group sound therapy or relaxation, group hypnotherapy for deep relaxation and self hypnosis for pain management and healing.
Osteopathy is effective to deal with many conditions, including trapped nerves, sports injuries, osteoarthritic pain, disc problems, TMJ issues, some headaches, neck and back problems to only name a few conditions.
It is used as an adjunct to osteopathic techniques to treat musculoskeletal pain by stimulating the healing mechanism of the body and the release of the natural body pain killers and reduce stress associated with pain
Classes ensure total focus on the client's need and are based on the knowledge and understanding of yoga postures and pranayama, Pilates, core and functional rehabilitation. The aim is to return to a functional movement.
They involve vibrations and sounds created from specific instruments to improve mental and physical health, induce very deep relaxation and promote personal and spiritual growth and overall wellbeing.