Jenny Pullini

Jen's Hours:

Tuesdays    9.30am - 9pm

Alternate Wednesdays    11.00am - 9.30pm

Alternate Sundays     9.30am - 8pm

Jen's Therapies:

Jenny qualified in Osteopathy in the midst of a pandemic in 2020 (registration number 10420).  Jenny continues to use elements of her training in:  Craniosacral Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Holistic/Swedish MassageIndian Head Massage, Natural Facelift Massage, Neurostructural Integration, Pregnancy Massage to treat patients.  Jenny’s key interest is in the interaction between the nervous system and musculoskeletal dysfunction and is qualified to treat structural dysfunction and more complex presentations.

Biography:

"Ever since I can remember I have been massaging family members and friends and had an interest in alternative therapies. In the last ten years, alternative therapies helped me overcome a condition at a point where traditional medical options had been exhausted. I suffered for many years from an chronic illness that, while not life threatening, was very debilitating. I found myself avoiding social situations and living in constant pain. After surgery and steroid treatments, which served to temporarily suppress the symptoms, I used an approach combining nutrition, kinesiology and cranial osteopathy to regain a greater sense of wellbeing.


The therapies that I now practice, I found very beneficial to getting better again. One of the main reasons that I believe many complementary therapies are so effective is that they treat the person as a whole, taking an integrated view of the multiple factors affecting a person’s wellbeing. Every treatment is as unique as the person being treated and I am inspired by the body’s ability to persevere in the face of pain, trauma and distress. I have great respect for the body’s natural healing ability and my approach is to tap into that innate health and encourage my patients to take charge of their healing. Studying osteopathy has deepen my understanding of the connectedness of the physical to whole experience of the person and has given me more tools to help patients address blockages to a positive sense of wellbeing."