Dr Penelope Jones

About Dr Jones

Dr Penelope Jones practiced as an Endodontist in Sydney for over 25 years after10 years General Practice in Sydney & London 

Her dental experience taught her personally what trials and difficulties Dentists and their staff can suffer 

In 1991 after 4 years of  training  at Melbourne’s La Trobe University she become a Feldenkrais Teacher and Practitioner.  Based in Neuroplasticity and human development and movement the method underpins WorkingPosture and is a powerful tool to change our poor work habits that create pain and tension as we work.

Dr Jones created her WorkingPosture work 30 years ago and has been helping Dental personnel and office workers to recover from pain and stress created at work 

She has taught in dental schools in Australia, Dubai and UK. And has been giving courses with the Australian Dental Association and In private practices and Offices.  Her work helps ANYONE who has to sit  to work all day either in front of a patient or a computer.

Dr Jones has also had many years of teaching in both the Medical and Dental faculties of Sydney University.

Her courses are powerful and very enjoyable as they deal with a very different way to see workplace problems.  A way that brings elegant and easy solutions



Complimentary trainings



Dr Jones has studied many many modalities to find the best information .

She has formal accreditation in:-

Feldenkais Method,

Acuenergetics and

The Journey (NLP) ,


Other modalities that she studied but did formalise at practitioner level; 3 levels with Upledger in Cranio-sacral Therapy, Touch for Health and one brain workshops,  Medical acupuncture through the medical acupuncture society. She also keeps up to date with science and medical journals and other complimentary journals.


She has studied meditation and mindfulness for many years firstly at a meditation University for westerners in Pune India, then with Dr Ian Gawler and with Kevin Farrow (Creator of Acuenergetics).


All of these modalities give her an ‘All Rounder” Fuller approach that encompasses the WHOLE PERSON not just the “Broken Bits”