Holistic therapy is comprised of several techniques, and depending on an individual’s needs, each technique can be used either as a targeted treatment or by integrating several of the elements together to provide a more effective overall therapy treatment.
YUMEIHO JAPANESE MASSAGE – PHYSICAL
Primarily focuses on rebalancing the body in order to address issues manifest at a physical level.
This treatment is particularly effective for acute and chronic back or neck pain, lumbago (lower back pain), sciatica, scoliosis, or pain in the shoulders, ribs, hips, knees, ankles, toes. It is effective for migraines, headaches, insomnia, diarrhoea, menstrual pain or irregularity.
HOLOGENIC HOLISTIC THERAPY – EMOTIONAL
Primarily focuses on issues that are related to emotions, tension or stress but that may also have led to physical symptoms.
This treatment works for a variety of problems, both emotional and physical. It is particularly effective for reaching the source of (and releasing for transformation) unresolved pain, the cause of which has gone undetected for some time.
It is very effective in addressing a variety of physical symptoms inc. breathing issues, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, heartburn, or if you are feeling tense (physically, psychologically or emotionally), stressed or overwhelmed. The treatment is very good for feelings of not enough space/giving too much/feeling unappreciated or indecisive. It can be used to treat abdominal discomfort/digestion problems, panic attacks, feeling impatient or angry.
SHAMANIC HEALING PILGRIMAGES – SPIRITUAL
Primarily focuses on addressing issues relating to significant change or loss.
Pilgrimages are a vital deep way of processing unexpected/potential change or loss. To bring about change that better serves you. Pilgrimages give a way to forge reconnection to the self, increase self-confidence whilst raising awareness and feeling more empowered.
REIKI – ENERGETIC
Primarily focuses on allowing your highest potential to be realised. Feeling unbalanced, blocked, stuck, disenchanted or frustrated.