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Ceris Owen

Doctor of chiropractic, MChiro, BSc (Hons)


Ceris is currently on maternity leave and is planning on been away until the end of May, though no set date of return - we will keep you updated!

Ceris uses chiropractic coupled with massage and dry needling to help patients achieve the best possible health. She studied at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic and since qualifying has trained in several other chiropractic techniques, enabling her to offer a broader repertoire for the individuals' needs.

Using chiropractic care coupled with massage techniques, muscle testing, orthopaedic and neurological test, where needed, she now offers a unique whole body approach facilitating change with the intent to allow the body maintain its own health and balance. 

Ceris works together with a wide scope of people of all ages from the young to the young at heart, for pre and post training, general maintenance, injuries rehab and relaxation for individuals in and around Penrith and the surround villages. 

With a close family member suffering from Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Ceris was keen to be able to help, completing a course enabling diagnoses and treatment of this condition by carrying out the Epley Manoeuvre.  


Following a complete career turnaround from training animals in the film and TV industry and working with a wide range of animals in other jobs. Ceris became a massage therapist and set up ‘Massage for Motion’.  As her massage techniques evolved through the years she became more interested in injury and helping individuals with pain, discomfort and dysfunction, whether due to a sporting injury or the effects of modern day living.  

For years Ceris received, and benefited from, chiropractic care and this is where her five-year journey to become a chiropractor began.

After graduating with a Masters of Chiropractic from McTimoney College of Chiropractic, Ceris practiced under the name of  “Eden Bodyworks” at the Remedial Massage and Chiropractic Centre in Penrith. Until the the start of 2018 when she teamed up with Christine Jackson to create The Health Barn.