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MIND-BODY THERAPIES TO BRING CALM IN DIFFICULT TIMES

 
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So many of us are currently living in a state of overwhelm and distress, even if we appear to be fine on the surface… . 

Concerns about the struggles of our children or loved ones; dealing with fear, pain, loss or trauma; coping with illness, anxiety, stress, fatigue and burnout, can leave us struggling to cope. 

Overwhelm, whatever the cause, is difficult to experience and to witness in those that we love.

How can I help?

I am a Yoga Therapist and Clinical Reflexologist providing a safe, therapeutic space for: 

Children & Young People 

Families

Individuals

Over the past 17 years, I have also trained in other therapies and techniques that I have found most helpful for myself and my family, and that have made sense to me in terms of supporting physical and mental health and wellbeing in others.

These include: Functional Reflex Therapy; Mindfulness; Breath-work: Relaxation Techniques; Yotism; Pain Management; Self care and Co-regulation techniques. 

I now use a range of responsive, trauma informed therapies that are tailored to meet your specific needs, as well as running workshops to provide you with skills and techniques to support your family, or your own self care. ​​

Why mind-body therapies?

  • To provide us with practical skills and tools, helping us to feel better equipped to deal with what life throws at us.

  • To help develop an understanding of how our thoughts can affect our emotions and behaviours, and what can then happen inside our bodies, allowing us to feel more in control of our responses

  • To support our nervous systems to move from the stress response to the relaxation response, having a profound effect on how we feel and a direct impact on our sleep, wellbeing and emotional regulation.

  • To increase body awareness, physical strength and understanding of ourselves, improving self esteem and resilience.

Explore the site for more information or get in touch for a chat.

 
 
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