Erwann is the primary resident Osteopath at HHH. Trained and registered in France both as a Physiotherapist and Osteopath, he is also a coach, yoga teacher and the only male Doula (birth assistant) in the African continent!
Osteopathy is a touch and movement based medical approach that is used to optimise function and reduce pain.
From an evidence based approach, relying on deep listening, Erwann is constantly dancing between ancestral and cutting edge models to propose the most suitable and secure understanding for his patients.
Movement, breathing and consciousness are at the foundation of his work.
Erwann’s life experiences and 20 years in his professional field have led him to specialize in perinatology and babies, proposing tailor made birth preparation and follow-ups with postpartum and baby care.
He also has a special interest in physiological robustness and holds biohacking workshops and lectures internationally.
At HOUSE OF HOLISTIC HEALTH you will be given the choice of three osteopaths, each with their own sensibility and approaches leaning on the same principles. Beyond Dr. Erwann Fabre, Dr. Manda Granger, french trained, has a knowledgeable and nurturing touch, she is currently studying the field of integrative medicine and endobiogeny. Dr. Marco Giorgetti, UK and french trained has a welcoming respectful side that allows him to explore the craniofacial osteopathic side of trauma.
ERWANN´S FAVOURITE BOOKS
21 LESSONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY | YUVAL NOAH HARARI | 2018
21 Lessons for the 21st Century cuts through the information overwhelm and muddy waters of the online world and confronts the most urgent questions on today’s global agenda. (Global Quote)
STEPS TO AN ECOLOGY OF MIND | GREGORY BATESON | 1972
Steps to an Ecology of Mind is a collection of Gregory Bateson’s short works over his long and varied career. Subject matter includes essays on anthropology, cybernetics, psychiatry, and epistemology. (Wikipedia)
LA NAUSÉE | JEAN-PAUL SARTRE | 1938
The novel takes place in ‘Bouville’ a town similar to Le Havre, and it concerns a dejected historian, who becomes convinced that inanimate objects and situations encroach on his ability to define himself, on his intellectual and spiritual freedom, evoking in the protagonist a sense of nausea. (Wikipedia)
WAKING, DREAMING, BEING | EVAN THOMPSON | 2014
This is a ground-breaking philosophical exploration of consciousness and the self as they occur across the states of waking, falling asleep, dreaming, lucid dreaming, deep dreamless sleep, out-of-body experiences and dying. The first-person methodologies of Indian and Asian contemplative traditions such as Yoga, Vedānta and Buddhism generate data that go beyond the reach of the standard scientific approach taken by Western neuroscience and psychology. (University of Notre Dame)
L’ENTRAIDE, L’AUTRE LOI DE LA JUNGLE | P. SERVIGNE, G. CHAPELLE | 2017
Two young french academics step beyond their theories and look at post-modern societal solutions. One of them mutual aid (entraide) being one of the forgotten basic principles of Darwinism principles of evolution. Together they evoke how much the worse/harder the situation become the more life is encompassing this notion of mutual aid/solidarity/togetherness.