I am pleased and honored to be on the faculty of the 2019 Manhattan based Sound Healing training, along with music therapist Kattie Down. This 3 module intensive will focus on the therapeutic and clinical aspects of sound healing and body oriented therapies. for more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Health Touch
My name is Joseph Schmidlin. I am a teacher and practitioner of wholistic medicine, as well as a life-long student of the holistic approach to health. I specialize in classical Osteopathy, Chinese medicine, and Ayurvedic medicine. I am also an advanced practitioner of cranial-sacral therapy and sound healing.
On your path to well-being, we begin with the understanding that you already have everything you need for your health to fully manifest. Together we listen to your body’s innate wisdom. I explore with you all aspects related to your health and guide you in integrating these aspects into a connected whole.
Joseph Schmidlin is a classical Osteopath with over 25 years of training, teaching and practice in the field of energy medicine. Known for his "healing touch", his practice and teaching are grounded in the principle that each person, like the natural world, is a whole, self-correcting entity, with each part affecting every other as well as contributing to the integrity of the whole. His practice encompasses Traditional Chinese Medicine , Ayurveda, Zero Balancing, Lymphatic Drainage, Visceral Manipulation, Massage Therapy, Cranial-sacral technique, Nada yoga, and Sonic Vibrational Medicine.
I practice and teach the following
Osteopathic & Sound Healing Modalities:
applied anatomy and physiology
body reading and listening
cranial-sacral and visceral manipulation
sound healing with tuning forks
integration of sound healing for bodyworkers
meditation / yoga of sound
" I enjoy connecting with each student on an individual basis and facilitating learning through different learning styles. I teach from the understanding that the body is a whole unit of dynamic function. I build on the student's experience of previous modalities so as to integrate his or her current skills and abilities with this wholistic perspective."