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A unique mind-body treatment

Preventive physiopsychology studies the interrelationships between the physical and psychological aspects of your mind and body. Through physiopsychology, you can gain a deeper awareness of your physical self and make powerful links between past and present emotional events and current reactions or manifestations in your body. Uncover the root of your current fears, worries, depression, guilt, anger or sadness, all of which can cause energy blockages and lead to physical ailments and disease.

Physiopsychology often brings about more general benefits, such as sexual harmony, sounder sleep, better levels of fitness, a motivation to improve eating habits and a general sense of wellbeing.

Physiopsychology is a hands-on treatment which enables me to detect or feel which organ or part of the body is compressed in relation to the traumatic experience of the patient. Through talking, the patient opens up and his or her mind relates to the physical pain. As this happens, my hands work on that particular organ or part of the body that had been blocked or was holding onto the pain. I channel healing energy through that area, and this helps to kickstart the healing process - holistically. This brings awareness to the patient of how their physical pain is connected to their repressed emotional pain.

I work together with my patient; I don't just let them talk or simply massage their aching muscles or tap into their emotional pain. Their task is to trust and let go - they have to be willing to open up in order to enable the healing to take place. This is how I interpret what I call physiopsychology. It prevents further stress from affecting the patient as he or she learns different ways of dealing with stress.


Physiopsychology prevents further stress from affecting the patient as he or she learns different ways of dealing with stress.
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