In this episode, Janet and Nikki talk with manual sports medicine osteopath Roeshan Shadravan about addressing the body from a holistic point of view when trying to decrease pain or improve performance.
- The roles of manual therapy, movement and stability work in helping someone move better
- The effects of emotions on holding patterns, posture and pain
- Different strategies for decreasing emotional and physical stress
- Why going deeper, harder or faster won’t necessarily get you the best result in bodywork
- The importance of integrating movement after bodywork
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Episode length: 47 minutes
Roeshan Shadravan DOMP Holistic Practitioner
Roeshan Shadravan is a performance, movement, and manual sports medicine osteopath and educator with a focus on pain management, neural communication, nutritio
Having been a competitive athlete and coach with a background in forensic science, Roeshan’s drive and talent to stay on top of the latest scientific research and find the true underlying cause of pain and imbalance in the body are unparalleled. In addition to her Osteopathy degree Roeshan holds a MSc in Athletic Therapy and is currently a DN candidate for her second doctorate in medicine as a Doctor of Naprapathic Medicine.
Using a full spectrum of therapeutic techniques to address the root cause of disharmony and miscommunication in the nervous system, joints, muscles, viscera and connective tissue system of the body, Roeshan works to restore balance and neural communication, remove stress, and relieve pain in your body improving your quality of life, posture, and athletic performance.
Roeshan’s motto in life is, “You deserve to feel your best and keep doing what you love in happiness and good health for a lifetime.” She has trained, mentored, and studied globally with world-renowned movement specialist, manual therapist, fascia researchers, osteopaths and naturopathic doctors.
Roeshan is available for private one-on-one consultations and sessions to address your individual needs and goals.
Roeshan’s love and deep respect for the human body’s ability to heal began early on in her life. “Being extremely active growing up as a climber, surfer, gymnast, and snowboarder, I was constantly seeking ways to restore balance in my life and relieve pain in my body. While competing and traveling on the professional circuit, injury prevention, maintenance, and recovery were key components to feeling and doing my best. Hands-on bodywork, movement therapy, and nutrition were the answers to my prayers and lead me to the next chapter of my life. The opportunity to offer that back and help others find freedom and joy in their body and lives lights me up!”