Practitioner of Ortho-Bionomy®
Mino studied Ortho-bionomy® at the Rocky Mountain Ortho-bionomy Center, and is credentialed by the Society of Ortho-bionomy International. She became interested in OB after seeing an Ortho-bionomist for a neck injury. She noticed immediate results with an increased range of motion in her neck. She was especially impressed at how the gentle therapy got her out of the cycle of chronic pain, without inflicting pain in the process.
Mino grew up in Japan, believing Eastern philosophy which worked with, rather than against nature. To live in harmony with nature and the Universe has been an important value for her from young age. She studied Ecology in college and was always captivated by how nature kept check and balances and orchestrated an intricate symphony of life. In learning OB, she realized that the human bodies also have the ability and intelligence of the Universe and OB allows therapists to work with it by partnering with clients. She is fascinated how OB can assist her clients to find ease and comfort and initiate healing.
Mino recently moved to Albany from Denver, CO. She and her husband, Charles fell in love with the Oregon Coast while visiting Seaside on their vacation and decided to move closer. Her other passion is to volunteer with her Greyhound, Boomer. He is a therapy dog registered with Pet Partners®. She would like to continue volunteering with him in Albany.