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Susanne Smeeton believes in a holistic approach to healing, which is why she loves practicing biodynamic craniosacral therapy, derived from osteopathy.
Biodynamic craniosacral therapy is a gentle, respectful and safe way to help bodies in pain and trauma, says Susanne.
“The technique is suitable for everyone, from babies to the elderly people,“ she says.
“It’s a lovely way to embody body, mind and soul.”
She also enjoys giving lymphatic drainages, which she says can help get the immune system to get “ready for the flu season“ this winter.
“I recommend a lymphatic drainage even when you know you are not sick or ill, but you just don’t feel right.
“Sometimes just a few treatments can create a positive change for my clients’ well-being.“
Susanne says the technique can help with a range of conditions including fluid retention, lethargy, fighting colds and more.
“The lymphatic drainage method I use is based on the unique Australian Emmett technique, an effective and safe muscle release therapy.“
She runs her clinic under her offshoot business So Good To Be Here at her husband Romney’s Chiropractic Clinic in Pakington Street, Geelong West.
“I use all my knowledge gained through the education and experience of my different modalities, Bowen Therapy, Emmett Therapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Cantienica Pelvic Floor training, which is unique in Australia.“

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