Holistic approach

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Susanne Smeeton is all smiles when it comes to healthy living.

Susanne Smeeton believes in a holistic approach to healing, which is why she specialises in a number of different therapies.
“I can really influence the mechanics of people’s bodies,” she says.
Susanne practices Emmett Therapy, biodynamic craniosacral therapy, pelvic floor training and Bowen Therapy – developed by Geelong’s own Tom Bowen.
She and chiropractor husband Romney opened the Smeeton Clinic in Pakington Street, Geelong West, eight years ago after meeting overseas.
“I really came into the heart of Bowen Therapy,“ Austrian expat Susanne says.
“Romney was one of the few who was allowed to watch Tom Bowen.”
About a quarter of Susanne’s clients are children, who her therapies can help with a number of issues including posture and generally feelings of discomfort, she says.
“It’s a generation which will get massive trouble with their necks due to their use of tablets, smartphones and the like.”
Even more of her clients are elderly, she says.
“What I want to give to the elderly is quality of life.”
Romney has practiced as a chiropractor for 40 years and came to Geelong more than two decades ago.
With their combined expertise the couple can get you on the path to feeling better.
“I want to introduce you to my unique and special treatments which are either almost unknown or undervalued in Australia,“ Susanne says.
“Each of the different treatments has the ability to improve your health and well-being to a new level.“
To find out more, phone 5222 1299 at the Smeeton Clinic at 246 Pakington Street, Geelong West or have a look at the website www.sogoodtobehere.com.

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