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Sabine Whittlesea

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Sabine is a fully qualified Polarity Practitioner and Massage Therapist.

About Us

Servicing area

Hackney, South Australia

Focus areas

Emotional wellbeing Relaxation Joy Back injuries Lifestyle Movement patterns


Sabine has a deep passion for helping people reclaim their birthright to health, balance and joy through the modalities that she has studied and continues to study.

She tailors her approach to each individual’s presenting issues incorporating various therapies during each session.

Sabine treats each individual on a physical, emotional and spiritual level, working towards balance and harmony, whilst assisting the individual to find the path to health and healing.

Sabine treats illness, disease and discomfort using various bodywork modalities including:
  • Polarity Therapy
  • Visceral Manipulation
  • CranioSacral Therapy
  • Somato Emotional Release
  • Myofascial Release
  • Bowen Therapy
  • and other modalities


Did you know...
  • The mobility of the liver can affect the function of the right shoulder? And the mobility of the
    stomach the function of the left shoulder?
  • The Lung apex anchors to the 7th cervical (neck), 1st thoracic & 1st rib segments?
  • The pleura (outer lining) of the lungs attaches itself to the inside of each rib?


There are many reasons to lose mobility: physical traumas, surgeries, lifestyle, bad diet, infections,
pollution, poor posture and pregnancy/delivery.

When an organ is no longer freely mobile but is fixed to another structure, the body is forced to compensate. This disharmony creates fixed, abnormal points of tension and the chronic irritation gives way to functional and structural problems throughout the body – musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, urinary, respiratory and digestive, to name a few.

Imagine scar tissue around the lungs. Because of the pull of the adhesion, with every breath, the movement patterns of the nearby structures would be altered.

This could shift rib motion creating pulls on the spine.

These restrictions might then show up as mid-back and neck pain, as well as limited motion in the
shoulder. This scenario highlights just one of hundreds of possible ramifications of a small dysfunction.

This also explains how pain can often be far removed from the actual cause.

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