Rosie Greene has been in private practice as a Remedial Massage Therapist in New Zealand since 2002. She has continued her clinical education through courses in gentle hands on approaches, offered through the Barral and Upledger Institutes in New Zealand and abroad. Her broad training includes studies in craniosacral therapy, visceral, vascular and neural manipulation. Rosie provides manual therapy for infants, children and adults for a wide spectrum of athletic, digestive, post surgical and post trauma problems, using a holistic integrative model. She is a Certified Visceral Manipulation Instructor for the Barral Institute.
Skills : Certified Instructor VM1 Teaching assistant - VM1-6. LT1 (listening techniques, NM1-2 (Neuromeningeal Manipulation) Craniosacral therapist - CST1, CST2, SER1 Massage Therapist (Dist)
Professional Associations / Memberships : International Association of Healthcare Practitioners (IAHP)
Erin comes from a diverse manual therapy background. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Physiotherapy and is an Upledger Diplomate Certified CranioSacral Therapist. Erin currently has a home base in Adelaide, Australia where she is the Director of Evolve Manual Therapy and Evolve Integrated Therapies. She has worked in clinical practice as both a Physiotherapist and Integrated Therapist throughout the Northern Territory, Queensland and South Australia. Erin has studied extensively in Australia and overseas and draws from experience studying manual therapy modalities such as Muscle Energy Technique, Strain-Counterstrain and Movement Therapies. Erin has a particular interest in the mind-body connection and is a keen student of Psychosynthesis. The focus of Erin’s post-graduate study has been in CranioSacral Therapy (Upledger Institute), in which she is now one of the highest-level CranioSacral Therapy practitioners in Australia. Erin has a special interest in an integrated approach to manual medicine. Particularly looking at the role of emotion and stress in chronic and complex pain and dysfunction. Her philosophy is one of facilitating the bodies own self-correcting mechanisms. Through this her clients gain awareness and understanding of their own bodies and psyches. Thus empowering them to be able to have an active and creative role in their own health and well-being.
Eric Marlien is an osteopath D.O. since 1993. He works in his own practice and has taught osteopathy in several osteopathic schools. Currently, he is a pedagogic director and a school teacher in a regular initial osteopathic training in Avignon, France, and for the Barral Institute in foreign countries. As a pedagogic director, he is responsible for creating the teaching program and its compliance with evolutive legislation in France. In addition, he is in charge of managing the teaching staff, its training and its evaluation. He also oversees all clinical activity of the school.