Alex Ikonn sits down with Boniface Verney-Carron, an Osteopath and founder of the Verney-Carron Health Practice—a holistic health clinic taking into consideration biomechanics, neurology, circulation, digestion and psychology for the treatment of physical symptoms.
Boniface Verney-Carron talks about the the somatic-emotional side of osteopathy, how emotions are stored in the physical body, and the benefits of choosing discomfort often.
Learn More about Boniface Verney-Carron: https://www.sixsenses.com/en/wellness-spa/visiting-practitioners-calendar/boniface-verney-carron
Connect with Boniface Verney-Carron: @boniface_vc
[09:09] Osteopathy and Social Well-Being—Boniface talks about the link between physical, mental, and social health, as well as the importance of uncovering underlying dysfunction and trauma
[17:23] Understanding Osteopathy and Holistic Medicine—Boniface defines osteopathy and the ways in which holistic medicine can be used to not only as a cure, but as a preventative way of strengthening the human system
[30:45] The Challenge of Change—Boniface talks about his experiences as an osteopath and discusses why some patients find change and growth difficult
[39:06] Questioning Success—Boniface talks about self-sabotage, technology's impact on self-awareness and why everyone should craft their own definition of success
[50:25] The Importance of Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone—Boniface explains why creating discomfort can improve physical and mental health, encouraging alertness, learning, and creative thinking
[1:01:02] Curiosity and Change—Boniface summarises why the power of curiosity, holistic health, and an openness to change are key for creating resilience