THE QUIET WAY FOR INDIVIDUALS


The Quiet Way approach is perhaps for you if are aware you have become stuck in your life. Perhaps you experience panic attacks, fear, anxiety issues, PTSD, chronic neck pain, back ache, regular headaches, jaw clenching, night time teeth grinding or an unexplained ache or pain that just won’t leave you and you’re not sure where it’s come from.

As we live our lives we experience many events: being born, the loss of a loved one, a new job, divorce, moving house, violence, road traffic accident, injury or chronic illness, recurrent miscarriage and more. You may have witnessed or endured the most unspeakable of atrocities during war or civil conflict, or lost our home and community through natural disaster.

These events can leave their mark in our body, mind and psyche. A residue of shock, an echo held deep within our being, creating areas of inertia in our physical or energetic systems, creating habitual body or emotional reactions and it is this to which the Quiet Way approach pays attention, to gently disperse the inertia and encourage a return to wellness.

Often a series of treatments are needed to resolve the trauma, we usually find that after the 4th session, both you and I will have a good sense of whether the therapy is resonating or not.  The process is always led by yourself, at your pace.

If you feel The Quiet Way approach may be right for you, please ring and we can chat through further.  If after a conversation you still feel this is the way for you, then we can look in our diaries to make an appointment.

Supportive well-being advice can also be given with thoughts around healing foods, mindful yin yoga and yoga nidra meditation.

Prior to treatment, a consultation is taken and review of your medical history. For minors (under 18 years of age), or those where there are known concerns around capacity or consent, a parent, guardian, carer or advocate (who can give a medical history on their behalf), must attend and stay present during the treatment.

On occasion, it may be necessary to consult with your GP, Consultant or other medical professional, prior to a therapy being given.

24 hours notice of cancellation is required, otherwise a fee will be charged. Failure to pay the fee, or to repeatedly cancel appointments will result in no further appointments being offered.