What is Psychosomatic Therapy?
Do you know what your nose says about you? No idea why your feelings are easily hurt? Can’t quite seem to get yourself heard?
You may be surprised to know just how much of the person you are is written all over your face, and how your body can be read like a volume of “This is Your Life”.
In a nutshell Psychosomatic Therapy is about how the mind (psyche) and body (soma) interact and influence each other. From birth our bodies establish biochemical feedback loops that store our experiences of the world in our cellular memory. This in turn can affect how we develop physically and emotionally, by affecting how energy flows (or doesn’t) through our bodies.
How Does It Work?
A Psychosomatic Therapist reads your physical form (including your skeletal structure, musculature and tissue distribution, facial features, hands, feet) to identify any areas of energy blockage/excess in the 7 Chakras (our body’s energy centres).
This Body-Mind Analysis will enable a Psychosomatic Therapist to present you with an overview of the path you have travelled, your potential, and the self awareness required to break patterns of behaviour that are unsavoury or unhelpful and may have become so habitual they have fallen below your own level of awareness.
With a deeper knowledge and understanding of yourself brought into your consciousness, issues associated with the past, behaviour and emotional responses that no longer serve you, and things you may not even be aware of, can be acknowledged, accepted and released.
Psychosomatic Therapy acknowledges and respects the close interrelationship between the mind (psyche) and the body (soma). It interprets physical and emotional symptoms through their physical manifestation to enhance a person’s understanding of their own potential to heal their mind, their body and their spirit.