The core concept of Energy medicine is that your personal well-being and effectiveness are directly related to the state of your body’s energies.
The techniques trace back to ancient healing and spiritual traditions such as yoga, tai chi and acupuncture. A session may involve the use of certain postures and movements, or touching, holding, pressing on, tracing or circling over specified areas of the skin to move, balance, enhance and restore the body’s energies.
Energy medicine sessions can be extremely relaxing, however, the real power of this work is in experiencing your body’s subtle energies shifting in a session and by learning how to support positive change through home care exercises. In this way, you can develop a toolkit of exercises that will help balance, replenish and renew your energy.
Taster sessions are available and introductory workshops are coming soon.
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
Emotional Freedom Technique, more commonly known as EFT, is an amazing 'tapping tool' enabling individuals to tackle issues such as cravings, emotional and physical pain, fears and phobias. EFT is fantastic for resolving unhelpful identity beliefs such as, “I’m not good enough” or “I beat myself up”.
Chinese medicine has always recognised that when we are in good health, energy can flow freely through our bodies; however, stress or trauma in our lives can cause disruptions or blocks to this energy flow, often resulting in emotional or physical problems.
EFT involves tapping on specific acupuncture points while concentrating on the issue involved. It is very effective and relief can be obtained in a few minutes.
Hypnotherapy is a safe, empowering and positive process that can be enjoyable as well as life changing. It is the use of hypnosis to induce a deeply relaxed and peaceful state, where you are aware of what is said and are free to speak or move. It is in this relaxed state that your unconscious can be reached and therefore significant changework can take place. It is important to access the unconscious as it acts as a kind of 'bank' for learnings and automatic responses, some of which can lead to issues that impact us negatively.
We can see an example of the difference between the conscious and unconscious by looking at the example of a smoker. Most people who smoke are consciously aware that smoking leads to diseases and even read such warnings on the cigarette packet, however their unconscious mind still wants to smoke despite this knowledge. Hypnosis brings this unconscious mind to the forefront so that we can address these issues.