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Oct
2015

Brain therapy

Finally science tell us that pain is an output of the brain, not an input of the body. Similarly the relaxation and pleasure are outputs of the brain, though we ‘feel’ them in the related organs, muscles and other tissues. Ironically then it turns out that soft tissue manipulation, that is the main definition of […]

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Oct
2015

Natural remedies for dry-itchy skin

Cold air is dry and colder the air is less moisture it contains. This acts as the single most important factor for dryness issues. Dry and itchy skin can be very irritating, mother Nature offers seasonal changes, fortunately also offers natural, better and safer ways to deal with it than going for medical support. Drink […]

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Oct
2015

Self-care tips

Most people see bodywork as a relaxing indulgence that is only meant for pampering, but modern medicine has recognized it for its health benefits. Practice these self-care tips regularly in between of your massage sessions and you will get a tremendously increase of these benefits. Time to relax Child duties, home chores and busy work schedule […]

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Oct
2015

What’s Reiki?

Reiki is not meditation, prayer or massage and heals in ways that are hard to explain. Some believe that facilitates or has the power to help keeping clients healthy and healed. Practising it I can say that it’s a spiritual practice, vibration and balancing. According to the National Institutes of Health’s National Center of Complementary and […]

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23

Oct
2015

A whole health-care

The true cure for so much illness in our world is an appropriate combination of disease – care and health-care applied to both individuals and to our world. This is vital for holism. We should prevent the social tragedy of holism being discounted by the overly narrow-minded as well as co-opted by certain people who promote […]

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Oct
2015

Healing ~ Universal love

Speaking previously about so many styles of therapy, I want telling you that a therapist is not limited to any one of those modalities. I ‘compose’ the session based on the individual, not subjecting the client to a ‘static’ approach. The tendency, of course with the raising of educational standards, is for therapists to become more integrative. My […]

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Oct
2015

Healing therapy my way

My whole life I have had a technical interest generally speaking but some-time initially and after constantly I got a heightened awareness of having feelings, emotions and a body, a compassionate attachment to having a heart and having my feet on this earth. I became fascinated with how the mind, body and heart affect each other, […]

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Oct
2015

My hands speaking

Many of us are spiritual as many others are religious, but a bodywork giving rise to spiritual or religious experiences do you think it’s possible? The philosopher Wittgenstein said: “Whereof one can not speak, thereupon we must be silent.” Well, in the silence of my bodywork something deeper ‘speaks’. I call it energy, you call […]

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Oct
2015

‘Dancing’ meditation

If I think at bodywork as a science my natural reaction is wanting to learn more, understanding anatomy, physiology, pathology and the interconnectedness of the human body at its depths for a life-long pursuit. The human body is absolutely fascinating for me. Then the art part, included of trust and intuition, is just as important. […]

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Oct
2015

Reconnective healing therapy

Some time ago what was most remarkable about the sessions it was not even so much the particular symptom, but the learning I experienced from doing the session. I started to pay more and more attention to the blockages that I found in people’s body. I learned that I could feel the signature of any emotion […]

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