We are excited to welcome Reiki Practitioner Sara King to the practice.
Reiki energy healing is a type of energy healing developed in the early 20th century in Japan. It is becoming well known for it’s ability to reduce pain, inflammation, and stress. It is a therapy that works with your energy system to release pain and tension, both emotional and physical, and brings balance and well-being back into your life.
WHAT DOES A REIKI ENERGY HEALING SESSION INVOLVE?
Your healing session will commence with a consultation about what you are seeking help with. Once this is complete, you will lie fully clothed on the therapy table and be covered with a blanket for your comfort.
The practitioner will then clear any areas of energy imbalance, pain and tension by holding their hands above or lightly on your body and directing energy into it. Typically you may feel a mild warmth or a tingling sensation followed by a sense of lightness and peace.
Reiki Energy Healing may be able to assist with a wide range of conditions including:
Feeling of being overwhelmed
Pain such as sciatica and headaches
Reiki Energy Healing is very gentle and is suitable for all ages and stages of health. It can be used as a stand alone method or creating wellness but it also complements other treatments.
Ray Myers practices the Biodynamic Method of Osteopathy
The Biodynamic Method of Osteopathy in the tradition of James Jealous D.O., arose out of the work of William Sutherland D.O. who created the Osteopathy in the Cranial Field approach to Osteopathy in the first half of the twentieth century. James Jealous D.O. developed the Biodynamic method from his studies of Sutherland’s work, with the guidance of senior members of Sutherland’s study groups and over 50 years of experience working with this method. The Biodynamic method is not “cranial” or “cranial-sacral” osteopathy.
To use the Biodynamic Method, osteopaths are trained to observe and palpate subtle movements in the patient associated with breathing and other involuntary motions. Biodynamic osteopaths use these observations to diagnose and to guide the patient’s tissues to a sense of “ease”, where a self-healing response is commenced by forces of breathing and the involuntary motions.
The osteopath will often use gentle contact on various parts of the patient’s body, head, shoulders, back legs as examples, and wait for the inherent forces to make changes. This form treatment is suitable for all of the conditions, in both children and adults, that normally present to osteopaths, including scoliosis, headaches, neck pain, sinus infections, TMJ pain and pregnancy.
The Biodynamic Method may suit patients who prefer more holistic and gentle techniques. Some patients will be familiar with these techniques already- they often just feel like light touch but they work on the body in a very indirect but powerful way.
While the contacts are considered to be gentle, like all therapeutic interventions, some patients may experience soreness, fatigue or discomfort following treatment.