Jo Jenner grew up with animals. As a pre-schooler, the strays and huge array of animals at the SPCA in Drury near Auckland, were her best friends.
From there her passion and natural affinity of animals grew to an obsession and she regularly took it upon herself to foster animals that were less likely to be adopted with or without her parents consent.
Jo saved her pennies & managed to buy her first horse at age 11 – a 15hh ex hunter who was unable to canter on both reins. Later in life Jo purchased horses due to the fact that they were lame, skinny, injured or unwanted. Rehabilitating horse’s bodies when Jo was young was a rare thing or virtually unheard of.
As an young adult Jo was involved in a car accident which later left her with RSI. Doctors advised her she would never have use of my right arm again.
After two years of Physiotherapy, Chiropractors & Osteopaths failing to give Jo relief from pain & constricted movement, Jo stumbled upon Bowen Therapy. This led to a now 18 year path of discovery on how to unwind the body. Jo’s words “The Learning Never Ends”.