Rhythmical Einreibung (RE) and ‘M’ Technique Practitioner
Registered Nurse 1986, Rhythmical Einreibung Practitioner and Teacher 2002, Anthroposophic Nurse Specialist 2010, ‘M’ Technique Practitioner 2013.
I offer gentle therapeutic massage that is beneficial for many health problems or if you just want to relax and de-stress. Using healing oils the quality of touch is gentle, reassuring and soothing and supports your body to rebalance and restore itself. Rhythm is a language that the body understands – our bodily processes, heart and lungs, sleeping and waking are all based on rhythm; but when we are unwell, anxious, overtired or otherwise challenged in life, these processes can become unbalanced. Bringing rhythm to the body through gentle touch helps to restore harmony.
Phone: 07779 933326 | Email
Level 5 Therapeutic Counselling 2020
I offer integrative Counselling from a Person Centered base using elements of Gestalt and Transactional Analysis as well. I like to work creatively when it’s appropriate to do so, to aid in expressing emotions, feelings and thoughts.
I have three core values when it comes to my counselling practice: keeping it simple, working in creative ways and being professional. I’ll not use any scary or potentially off putting therapy words, instead I’ll offer you a completely none judgemental, empathetic, client central approach to whatever it might be you have going on in your life.
Your thoughts, feelings and emotions are safe with me. I can work with whatever it might be that is going on for you right now.
Phone number: 07415870271 | Email | Website
The benefits of receiving Rhythmical Einreibung before, during and after pregnancy The reproductive phase of life can be fulfilling and joyous, and can also bring challenges. Supporting your health in a natural, holistic way is a priority at this time.…
In loving memory of Anna van Zelderen: Walk to be in touch
Wednesdays from 19th May until 29th July, 10.00am – 1.00pm
Based on the tradition of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table, Parsifal starts his journey ill equipped to either manage himself or understand the codes and conduct of courtly behaviour. In longing to become a knight he unwittingly embarks on a journey into a different kind of knighthood he wasn’t expecting. He learns painfully that valour, love and ambition on their own do not prepare the way for gentleness, compassion and conscience. Yet aspects of both qualities are urgently needed to fulfil a modern kind of knighthood.
We choose to work with the story of Parsifal for the Third Pathway of Oasis because of the archetypal qualities held within it. It can speak to us today no matter what stage of life we are in or paths we may have trodden. Alongside the story we will work with own biographies and through art for the duration of this course.
By Jo King, Family Therapist I have talked for many years to friend’s family but more importantly to the families, young people, children, and couples that I work with that no one can call themselves your therapist unless what we…
By Karolina Pawinska MA.CPP, UKCP Accredited It seems like only a few days ago the Autumn leaves were still dancing in the air. Today, as I went for a walk, most of the trees were bare and the ground was…
with Dr Rainer Klocke, Consultant Rheumatologist. Due to popular demand, this talk and conversation via Zoom will be repeated on Sunday 29 November, 15:30 to 16:30. Dr Klocke will share his ideas and there will be time to reflect, question and…
The Elysia Therapeutic Centre recognises this is increasingly a time of great need and support for many as a result of the pandemic. Thanks to funding received from Hermes Trust and the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain, we are operating…
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