Trauma sits in our body – and it is important to process it otherwise it can manifest in so many ways – including dis-ease and chronic illness, mental health issues, chronic pain and fatigue.
To help you heal from trauma I utilise a number of techniques including:
✨Advanced Integrative Therapy: A holistic approach to trauma healing by integrating various therapeutic modalities. This technique helps individuals process and release traumatic memories stored in the body and mind, facilitating comprehensive healing on multiple levels and reducing the long-term impact of trauma.
✨Spinal Energetics: Trauma can become lodged in the body, particularly in the spine. Here we focus on releasing stored tension and emotions from the spine, fostering physical and emotional relief. This approach supports trauma recovery by addressing somatic aspects of the trauma experience and promoting a sense of lightness and freedom.
✨Pranic Healing: This modality harnesses the body’s energy to promote balance and healing. This technique targets energetic imbalances caused by trauma, helping to clear emotional blockages and restore balance, accelerating the recovery process.
✨Somatic Work: These practices recognize the interconnectedness of the mind and body. By engaging in somatic work, individuals can release trauma held in the body’s tissues, muscles, and nervous system. This approach encourages physical sensations and movements to facilitate the processing of trauma, leading to greater embodiment and overall healing.
✨Mindfulness: These practices cultivate present-moment awareness, allowing individuals to observe their thoughts and emotions without judgment. By developing this awareness, individuals can better recognize triggers and manage responses, promoting emotional regulation and reducing the impact of trauma on their daily lives.
✨Meditation: This is a powerful tool for quieting the mind, reducing anxiety, and cultivating a sense of inner calm. Through regular meditation practice, individuals can create space for healing by focusing on the breath and grounding themselves in the present moment.