Wayne Still was an early adopter of organic farming methods. He owned and operated an organic orchard in Cawston for 28 years until 2007 when he began to practice Structural Integration on a full time basis.
Searching for relief from chronic pain related to old injuries he discovered Structural Integration work in 1996 and began his basic training in the modality at the Guild for Structural Integration in 2000.
In February of 2002 he graduated and began to practice part time while managing his orchard. He has been taking continuing education courses learning the osteopathic techniques of Visceral Manipulation and Neural Mobilization based on the work of French osteopath Jean-Pierre Barral.
Wayne combines the gentle listening techniques of Visceral Manipulation with the insights into the nature of connective tissue developed by Dr Ida P Rolf, the founder of Structural Integration.
This combination gives him a unique approach to resolving functional issues both old and recent. Along with his main office in Penticton, Wayne maintains satellite practices in Kelowna and Princeton.
Come visit Wayne Still for structural integration, visceral manipulation, and neural mobilization!