Re Balancing represents Denise’s unique approach to helping clients create and enjoy a state of wellbeing in their lives. It involves facilitating a dynamic change process that recognises the important relationship between body, mind, and spirit
Denise is an osteopath and physiotherapist with extensive clinical experience and involvement with osteopathic education. Currently, she works in private practice in 3 locations: Eltham, Mernda, and Humevale. Working with people with chronic pain or recovering from trauma or life stresses has guided Denise toward integrating additional self-empowering strategies into her treatment approaches; this includes Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) and Equine Experiential Learning (EEL) (see HorseTime below).
Horses have been an important part of Denise’s life since childhood and she shares her property at Humevale with a herd of 6 horses. Growing awareness of horse-human interaction and the role that horses can play in the healing process has led Denise to incorporate EEL into her practice approach. Osteopathy, TRE, and EEL follow a trauma-informed physiological base and each therapeutic approach is tailored to individual needs. Find out more…
Doctor of Philosophy (Victoria University)
Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Victoria University)
Diploma of Osteopathy (Honours) (London)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio) (Melbourne)
TRE Trainer: Level 2 Global Certification
Equine Experiential Facilitator Training: Foundation, Working with Individuals, and Intermediate Courses
Contact Denise to make an appointment or for an obligation-free discussion to determine if any of these therapeutic approaches might be right for you
The aim of treatment is to facilitate a beneficial change within the body - joints, muscles, ligaments, fascia, nerves and fluids.
TRE assists the body to release inner tensions and find greater balance; thus building resilience and creating wellbeing.