A Psychosomatic Therapy Consultation will include a combination of Face Reading, Body Reading and Posture Analysis, whilst taking into account your breathing and speech. Our aim is to explore the “issues in your tissues” to gain insights into what your body is trying to communicate with you.
Habitual thinking, emotional patterns and habits create neurological pathways in the brain which become part of your form and emotional conditioning. Once these are revealed, you will be given tools and guided therapy to help you make changes within your mind and body.
Psychosomatic Therapy can help with:
- Health issues
- Relationship issues
- Psychological issues
- Poor posture or breathing patterns
- Recurring or non-injury related pain
What to Expect
In your Initial Consultation, Linda will start by taking photographs of your face and body. These are yours to take home, to remind you of the changes discussed, and to assist with recognising changes over time.
The first half of your session will consist of a Face Reading, a BodyMind Analysis of your body’s structure, posture, left and right-hand side differences, as well as your core energy centres. These will guide your awareness to habits, attitudes and behaviours which show in your tissues, and tell a story of how you are to yourself, and how you may experience others. You will be provided with tools and activities which can be incorporated into your daily practice.
The second half of your session will consist of an Emotional Release Trigger Point Massage to help shift energy through your body. This is tailored for you and will work on areas that have been identified as being out of balance. Subsequent Emotional Release Trigger Point Massages will go for 60-90 minutes in duration.
Ongoing Standard Consultations:
- 60 minutes – Emotional Release Trigger Point Massage, reiki OR therapy consultation
- 90 minutes – 30 minute therapy consultation plus 60 minute Emotional Release Trigger Point Massage or reiki session
The Psychosomatic Therapy session is YOUR time, and you can direct your session as appropriate. In some cases, additional therapy sessions or referrals will be recommended. To get the most out of a session, active participation is required.