About Psychosomatic Therapy
Psychosomatic Therapy is about “Mind – Body” connection. Taking a look as to how information about you is recorded “in your formation”. We are in a time which is changing more rapidly than at any time in the history of the world, and the connection of Mind Body is also changing.
There is a lot of illness, stress, depression, mental, emotional and physical conditions which can be improved by being aware of how your body communicates with you. Through thoughts, emotions and physical pain, Psychosomatic Therapy assists you in changing your relationship to each of these areas in your life.
Recognising the unique foot print and signature of each person allows for a greater understanding of individual differences. Psychosomatic Therapy, whilst a standalone therapy works hand in hand with enhancing the depth of other modalities and as such attracts both individuals looking for change and therapists looking to deepen and broaden their understanding of human nature.
- Personal Trainers
- Business Coaches
- Massage Therapists
- Psychologists / Counsellors / Therapists
- Human Resources
- Reflexologists, NLP coaches
- Artists etc
Psychosomatic Therapy – is about “connecting with” and truly seeing people for their experiences in life. In consulting with clients and reflecting the mind / body communication awareness – we are able to guide the clients awareness to habits, attitudes and behaviours which no longer serve them.
We look at your face and see each feature corresponds to a different part of your body, all having a unique meaning. The size, shape, positioning all providing insights into how you experience and interact with others, and you treat yourself.
As we conduct mind body analysis’s – we look at your bodies structure, the harmony and balance of your bodies energy centres, the balance between the left and right sides of your body. The right side being your Masculine – Doing side, and your left being your Feminine – Feeling side.
Habitual thinking, emotional patterns and habits create neurological pathways in the brain which become – part of your form and emotional conditioning.
Psychosomatic Therapy considers the Mind-Body communication – by looking at your bodies structure, posture, how you breath, how you talk and the condition of your tissue it speaks to us.