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Aug
2015

What does energy mean?

Lots of discussions in our field about “energy” and the role it may or may not play it in our education and practice. Therapy and the world of ‘high touch’ in which compassion is the fundamental rule, it is a very effective context for resolving difficult emotions and feelings! Firstly we need to understand what we […]

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Aug
2015

Body~mind meditation

During the therapy your mind wanders ‘around’, however you are continuously brought back to the object or subject of your attention: wherever you are being touch in a given moment and whatever energetic and emotional connections are related to the sensation of touch triggers. All the healing art masters trained at the Chopra Centre for […]

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Aug
2015

Combined therapy’s views

Our beloved planet passes through its definite phases and man with it, and as a day can be coloured so can a year. We have to be grateful and thankful more than ever having the opportunity to know ourselves and to be in harmony with the natural cycle of our world. With that attitude we […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy is liberal art

English writer nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in seven different years, Aldous Huxley speaks about “non – verbal humanities”, and I’m intrigued with that. If communication is predominantly non-verbal 93%, then so is most of our knowledge. I believe that one can learn as much from receiving superb bodywork as from reading philosophy. Therapy carries the possibility […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy as wellness modality

People commonly sought massage for symptom-relief and as a way to enhance wellness – also like yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, etc. Therapy feels so good and from the standpoint of wellness, this is significant.  Whereas pleasure does not play much of role in standard medical practice, wellness modalities recognize that pleasure, in the best of […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy is medical practice

Some states in U.S. and Canada formally recognize bodywork as a branch of medicine. However, in U.S. and U.K. people seek us out regularly for symptom relief, therapists here are more or less civil disobedients. Ideally there shouldn’t be distinction between holistic health care and the practice of medicine. Legally speaking, however, we are not medical […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy is spiritual practice

Reconnecting and reidentifying with the body can be a spiritual experience. The uplifting feeling of enhanced aliveness, or feeling connected to nature within oneself, can leading to identification with nature around us and the universe. Caring touch tends to generate more compassion for oneself and others. Therapy can leading to an experience of “ecstasy” as […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy is holistic healthcare

A healthcare system that doesn’t take emotions and feelings into account is simply a bad system. The whole person is relevant to understanding tension and disease. Health is experienced physically and psychologically as well.  Whereas the goal of some medicine is to alleviate disease, the goal of holistic healthcare is to, in addition, contribute caringly […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy is non~verbal Psychotherapy

Therapy is a form of non~verbal psychotherapy.  Having personal and intellectual knowledge of psychology to enhance the effects of manual therapy on the whole person it is very useful. Understanding developmental theories, character structure, defence mechanisms, emotional processing, and the respective psycho – biological roles of the diencephalon, limbic system and cerebrum can add enormously […]

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Aug
2015

Therapy is science

Therapy is informed by scientific knowledge, applying the science to guide hands, mind and heart in skillfull work with the clients. A well-trained therapist have quite detailed knowledge of all the body’s systems, especially the musculo-skeletal, understanding their relevance to massage and client’s outcomes. Also I’m familiar with research and knowledge of claims based in […]

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