is concerned with the integration of all aspects of a person – physical, emotional,
intellectual and spiritual within the context of one’s life and relationships at home,
work and leisure. It is a treatment in its own right or it can be an integral part
of Biodynamic Psychotherapy. Rather than trying to deal with a symptom, the
biodynamic massage therapist works with the client to understand the meaning
and messages of illness, and in this process symptom relief may come about
through creating a new balance within oneself and life generally.
Following an initial consultation the therapist selects the appropriate massage technique to
suit the client’s needs at this particular time. This supports the client’s own inner potential
of self-regulation and self-healing. You will be able to keep your clothes on if you wish.
The therapist sometimes uses a stethoscope to listen to the sounds in the digestive system as a feedback of the enhanced energy flow and on how the system is unwinding. The founder of Biodynamic Psychology, Gerda Boyesen, discovered how we actually “digest” unexpressed emotions and the after-effects of stress through our digestiveorgans. She called this process “Psychoperistalsis”.
How we breathe directly affects our energy levels, and our ability to let go of tension
and worry. The therapist tunes into the rhythm of the client’s breathing to encourage a sense of expansion and pleasure.
Benefits of Biodynamic massage may be felt after the first session but more profound and lasting changes take place after a series of treatments carried out over a period of several weeks or months.
Treatments usually last for up to 1 hour, although longer sessions can be given by prior arrangement.
To book an initial consultation now call
Barbara Hussong 01622 670587