Dipl. Psych, D.O.M.P. (Canadian)
Coming from a background of Psychology, Movement, Meditation and Indigenous Studies, Joelle brings a deep sense of listening to her practice. She strives to connect with the essential essence of her clients, releasing any blockages that may interfere with its expression.
Joelle is a graduate of the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Vancouver, Canada (non-physician). The training consists of a 5-year program in osteopathic techniques. The program teaches structural and functional techniques, cranial osteopathy (cranial-sacral therapy), and visceral (organ) techniques to name a few. Joelle defended her thesis to an international panel with great success, developing a treatment protocol for the HPA axis (Hypothalamus, Adrenal, Pituitary Axis) and its effects on Stress. She continues her studies with post graduate training, including endocranial techniques of the brain. She has been treating clients for almost 20 years with a deep reverence for the underlying healing forces of the body, mind and soul.
Prior, Joelle earned her graduate degree in Psychology at the Georg-August University in Goettingen, Germany. Joelle conducted research at NASA Ames and was published in the field of Virtual Reality.
B. Sc., D.O.M.P. (Canadian)
Training at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. He also has a degree in Aerospace Engineering with an emphasis in bio-mechanics.
Rick has been practicing, developing, and teaching in the bodywork field for over 20 years.
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