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Cranio-Sacral Balancing

Focus areas

Melanie focuses on the following topics

with osteopathy & 

cranio-sacral balancing:

Pain in the musculoskeletal system, tension, jaw pain and or movement restrictions, breathing difficulties, pain in the joints or spine, recurring tension, postural damage, tightness, pelvic misalignment, shoulder pain, movement restrictions, after accidents and operations, scars, trauma, pregnancy, desire to have children, pain during penetration, incontinence, PMS, cycle symptoms, menopause, long-Covid, tinnitus, migraine, headache, digestive complaints, dietary change, weight change, immune system, nervous system, stress, burnout, sleep disorders, sinusitis, dizziness, paresthesia, bladder

About me

I am Melanie. In my work as an osteopath and craniosacral therapist, I want to help people find or regain trust in their bodies. I would also like to strengthen confidence in pain-free movement and support people in perceiving their own body as a beautiful place to live. I have a Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy. I am currently in the second year of a post-graduate course in women's health in osteopathy at the Vienna School of Osteopathy. I am also continuing my training in the area of respiratory therapy within manual therapy - which means using functional breathing to improve and maintain health and also improve breathing itself.


"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being

and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

(Definition Health WHO)


My approach is listening. I trust your body in its ability to be, become and stay healthy. I see my work as helping your system by providing targeted, implementable impulses. I meet you with mindfulness and non-judgmental presence. When a body trusts me and relaxes, it begins to talk to me. Because your tissue is in constant movement, the language of the body. From macro movements to micro movements. Instead of forcing a treatment on your body, I look at what your tissue wants. This will strengthen your body's strength independently.

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