PHILOSOPHY


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Central to my practice and ideology is a belief in holistic movement and living. Nature has made everything perfectly, including the human body: we all have an innate ability to heal and by learning to tune in and use our senses we can thrive. I promote that in order to develop this powerful awareness, attention on the way we move, think, nourish and breathe is vital.

Talking with my clients while I massage and stretch their bodies enables us to get clear about where they feel stuck physically and emotionally. This informations then allow us to find clarity and direction. It also ensures there is a clear through line and attachment to everything we practise in our sessions.

It is of utmost importance that there is a clear mental intention that is then directed to and felt in the physical body. Reprogramming new nourishing ways of thinking, moving and being requires the unification of the mind and the body to ensure we don’t operate out of habit.

My methodology places importance on building strength and understanding (without tension and restriction), and allowing release (without instability or insecurity). The  physical training takes the body through all ranges of movement, aiming to build strength and stability. And the release work aims to decrease tension and stress so old physical and emotional patterns can dissolve. My method facilitates the reprogramming of physical and emotional patterns, and neural responses.

I also strongly advocate using health practitioners and healers to help guide us back to our innate wisdom. Humans are designed to thrive, create, connect, to feel well, to love. A good movement practitioner, massage therapist, homeopath and so on will work ‘with’ the body to help the body realise its best direction.

 

 

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