Helping you to reach the balance of body, mind and soul.
Holistic and integrative Body – Mind – Soul approach can be described as a process of transformation that spreads beyond the physical expression of an illness or a difficulty that the client experiences, and is based on the scientific knowledge and incorporates ancestral wisdom, techniques and practices.
It is a blend of complimentary and traditional therapy approaches and modalities that are used in conjunction with each other.
Holistic interventions and prevention allow us to create wellness programs that increase clients’ resilience and genetic health expression by utilising protective factors.
Studies support the statement that the therapies, addressing whole system of being and functional links between mind and body, may be particularly effective in treating the range of symptoms associated with chronic disease. As Socrates said “the part can never be well unless the whole is well”.
Whether you require a one-off session to resolve a particular problem, or a longer term well-being improvement program, we can offer a range of approaches and therapies:
For the Body
Genome Sequencing and Analysis to improve your health, diet, physical activity and fitness based on your DNA and epigenetics.
Thriva and Vitall blood testing.
Relaxation Therapy to remove the muscle and mental tension, learn the techniques and skills, improve the physical wellbeing.
For the Mind
Psychological Wellbeing counseling and coaching to facilitate emotional, cognitive and behavioural change.
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy to remove the limiting beliefs, habits and phobias.
Yoga Nidra to enhance your physical and mental health, improve the intuition and insight.
- Analyse and assess the issues on three levels
- Agree on your goals and the treatment plan
- Carry out the healing interventions
- Continue your self-improvement
“Germain is highly intuitive, deeply compassionate listener who brings clarity to whatever perceived blocks may be holding you from moving forward in your life”.Christina M., 2021
Therapy success depends on the teamwork between the therapist and the client, hence your intention, willingness and readiness to participate are crucial.
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- The initial consultation helps us to decide what kind of therapy would be most helpful.
- Please note that currently all therapy sessions are carried out remotely via Zoom (GMT)
- Reduced prices (£35 p/h) for unemployed / furloughed / low income (proof required)
Member of the British Association for Holistic Medicine & Healthcare
"Healthcare cannot be based on the body alone. Though the application of technologies to biological faults can be immensely valuable, it is incomplete."
"Effective humane healthcare must take into account peoples’ thoughts and feelings, their relationships and spiritual life. Far greater emphasis should be placed on preventing ill-health..."
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