"To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease."
– A.T. Still MD, DO Philosophy of Osteopathy
What is our current collective story of how we recover from disease or trauma (suffering)?
How do we treat ourselves when we feel stressed, overwhelmed or broken?
How can we find wellness once more when it may seem like our light has gone out?
Elissa O'Brien is an Osteopath with over 20 years experience. She’s uses her understanding of osteopathic principles to align people with their own inherent healing capacity. Elissa will speak about her lifelong observations of the suffering in those around her, the experience of being asked to focus on the disease expression in her patients through her medical training and the process of regaining her trust that health is a natural state.
Elissa finds it imperative that patients are educated about self care so that they are able to navigate the complexities of our current medical system and find their own unique system that supports healthy living.
The Weekly Service is a crafted experience of storytelling, reflection, discussion, music and tea, which is designed to help us slow down and reconnect. This week's service is curated by Taylor Ellis.
We are cash-free. Please pay via Eftpos at the door: $20 General Admission I $10 Concession I Members of The Weekly Service come for free. You can become a member at http://theweeklyservice.org/membership/