Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy. As osteopaths, we work on the body as a whole, meaning we work on a few different body systems. Those include:

the parietal system (muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments),

the visceral system (organs),

the cranio-sacral system (mechanical and fluidal connection between the head and the sacrum) 

the fascial system (connective tissue)

Our goal is to achieve a healthy homeostatic balance in the body and between all systems, so the body’s innate ability to self-correct can work as optimally as possible. To do that we assess the mobility of every joint and the vitality of every system in the body, and then make a plan of treatment according to what we find. We have several different modalities we can use to address any lack of mobility we find in joints, organs, soft tissue, etcetera. 

„To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease.“ – A.T. Still


Parietal osteopathy addesses the mobility of the musculo-skeletal-system. It’s purpose is to find any restrictions in the joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia.

In osteopathy, we call any two anatomic structures that have motion between them a joint, meaning we want to assess and address the mobility of these joints in whatever way necessary.

Cranio sacral osteopathy works with the mechanical and fluidal connections of the cranium (the head) and the sacrum. The cranium consists of a lot of different cranial bones that are connected by sutures (joints in the cranium) and any of these sutures can be restricted and in turn have an effect on the vascular and/or neurologic structures running through them.

One of the most important joints in the head that we can address with Cranio-Sacral is the ‚SSB‘ (joint between the occiput and the sphenoid). Bottom line, this area of osteopathy addresses the mobility of the cranial bones, the brains’ membranous structures, the sacrum, as well as the flow of Cerebro-Spinal Fluid (fluid in and around brain and spinal cord).



This area of osteopathy is about addressing the mobility and motility of the inner organs and their surrounding structures. The sliding surfaces of the organs, its neighboring organs or other tissues need to be able to glide along each other without restrictions. When there are issues with the organ’s motility, that needs to be addressed for the organ and therefor the rest of the body to function optimally.

Because of the specific way the body is innervated (nerve supply), the organs play a tremendous role in the overall health of the body. A restriction/issue of an organ can have far reaching effects throughout the body – to keep it as simple as possible: for any one nerve running from the spine to an organ, there are four times as many running from an organ back to the spine. That indicates that it is 80% more likely for a restriction in the spine to be caused by an organ, which is why it is so important to address the viscera as well.

Intuitive-energetic osteopathy is about addressing stuck energy in the body. ‚E-motions‘ are energy in motion, and when we have obstructions in the body, this energy can get stuck. Over time these stuck e-motions can show up as physical symptoms in the body, meaning any symptom that manifests itself in the body, potentially has it’s root cause in an underlying emotional trauma/issue.


„Find it. Fix it. And let Nature do the rest!“ – A.T. Still

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