The Quiet Way

The Quiet Way therapeutic approach to bodywork and wellbeing offers an integrated perspective, which understands and pays attention to individuals as a whole person, our relationship to self, others and the environment, the food we eat, our ancestral history and both the spoken and unspoken stories and narrative that weave the threads of our lives.

In relation to trauma, we pay attention to that place where we have become stuck or frozen in our primitive responses to painful life events.  Inertia in our system is caused when we are unable to release the impact of trauma, to fully move through the physical and emotional reactions to our life experiences, ranging from the most painful assaults on our system through the experiences of war or natural disaster, a road traffic accident, cancer diagnosis, to the deceptive such as a relationship breakup or moving home.

All of which can be translated into experiencing a range of symptoms such as: headaches, chronic muscular or joint pain, digestive problems,  anxiety, depression, insomnia or simply not living our lives to the fullest and with joy and vitality.

If you feel this approach may be right for you please ring and we can talk further.


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.

48 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.