BSc., D.R.M., Bowen Technique Trainer, NLP Masters Practitioner Trainer, Hypnotherapist, TimeLine Master Practitioner & Trainer
Quentin set up the Glebe Healing Centre, now renamed Heal It, over twenty years ago and is the diector of the Australian College of Traditional Medicine. Quentin is a qualified master practitioner and trainer of N.L.P., Hypnotherapy, TimeLine and some of his bodywork techniques include Bowen, Sports Injuries, Neurolink and Remedial Massage. He is also a registered instructor of the Bowen Technique and a past chairman of the Australia Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming. Quentin is involved in the presentation and production of a weekly health programme for Radio 2SER in Sydney called Panacea.
Quentin specialises in these therapies:
Bowen therapy involves a gentle, dynamic system of muscle and connective tissue manipulation which balances the body and stimulates energy flows. It’s a remedial massage therapy that can be used safely on anyone from neonates to the aged and immobile. These moves prompt the body to redress physical imbalances, retrieving cellular information of a preferred balanced way of being, promoting relief from pain and renewal of energy.
We currently live in a world full of toxic waste, contaminated water, exposed to environmental hazards such as progressive reduction of forests, erosion, reduction of the ozone layer, global warming, electromagnetic radiation, stress, etc.
The air in our atmosphere is approximately 21% at sea level and this gives us life, fuels our cells energy, and provides the building block that our bodies need. Without oxygen our bodies cannot build our continual cell replacement. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a safe, tried, and tested way to increase the oxygen absorption process.
Remedial Massage employs specific deep tissue techniques to improve the structure and functioning of the human body. Helps to reduce pain, soothe injured muscles, stimulate blood and lymphatic circulation and promote deep relaxation.
These units can be booked and used at the same time as using the hyperbaric chamber. The device consists of two conducting elements that are gently strapped to the wrist and the pulsar unit sends a very mild 4.2 hertz signal between the two elements.