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What is Intuitive Healing?

What is Intuitive Healing?

After a few years of working as a therapist, I began to see and feel energy around and within my clients’ bodies, to sense where this was blocked and the cause/s. I instinctively knew how to clear the blockages and offer healing.   (This is actually an ability that we all have – we have just forgotten in this age where left brain thinking has taken over intuition.)

Our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual state are all reflected in our energy field. Physical injuries or illness, mental/emotional/spiritual imbalances and unresolved issues from the past show up as a disruption to the smooth flow of energy throughout our system. Therefore, energy work is a highly effective way to heal and bring about balance and harmony to a person on many different levels.

What happens during an Intuitive Healing session?

Sessions are usually carried out with the person lying fully clothed on a treatment couch. It is also possible to do the session sitting on a chair if you are unable to lie down.

I begin the session by observing the energy flow in and around your body, and asking your Higher Self (the part of you that knows everything about you) to let me know where the healing is needed. Sometimes I am guided to work directly on your body with gentle touch or massage, at other times to work in your energy field to clear blockages or channel more energy into your system. At times, I may also receive verbal or visual information related to the issue that needs healing, which I will relay to you at the end.

The healing process:

In the days following a treatment, you may notice some changes occurring on a physical, mental, emotional and/or energetic level as your system adjusts to the healing it has received.

You may notice aches and pains changing in intensity and fading away, old emotions arising and releasing, and/or increased energy levels. You may temporarily feel more tired than normal – in this case you should try to rest as much as you can, drink lots of water and eat simple, healthy, nourishing food to support your healing process. Taking time to be on your own and express your feelings though writing, spontaneous artwork or exercise can be helpful ways of acknowledging, accepting and healing any painful feelings which arise.

To book your session or to ask a question, please get in touch.