The time we allow ourselves for relaxation or self reflection is not enough to combat the struggles and strains of daily life.
This is where I hope to come in.
I want to provide you with a sanctuary where you feel safe and comfortable to leave your busy life aside for a couple of hours, giving yourself the time to completely let go. My work is a complimentary blend of therapeutic techniques based upon mindfulness, relaxation, breath-work and progressive muscle relaxation. The aim of relaxation therapy is to to quieten the mind, body and soul, giving you some much needed time for rest and rejuvenation.
A relaxed body is a relaxed mind.
Through regular relaxation therapy sessions it is possible to overcome a wide range of ailments, such as a weak immune system, poor coping mechanisms as well as physical pain. It is also one of the best natural and holistic methods for treating anxiety issues. Your sessions with me will provide you with a variety of tools and techniques that you can learn to use effectively in everyday situations. A few sessions is all it takes for you to take back control of your life and improve the general quality of your life.
Benefits of Relaxation Therapy
Less Intrusive Thoughts
Reduced Muscle Tension
Calm Approach to Life
Improved Memory and Concentration
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