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One in 7 of us suffers from chronic pain.

£500 million is spent every year on over-the-counter painkillers.

10 million people in the UK suffer from pain almost every day, 40% of which feel their pain is not adequately managed.

Healing is a relaxing, nurturing energy therapy using hands on or off to balance your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Healing works with your energy field to support your natural ability to heal. It is safe for all ages and works in harmony with standard medical care.

The purpose of spiritual healing is to enhance and empower you to find that point of balance. The healer acts as a channel for healing energies and can help you restore this balance in your life. Spiritual healing may be carried out on people suffering from stress, illness, chronic pain or injury as a complementary therapy to mainstream medical treatment without any side effects.

How does Healing benefit you?

• Reduces stress

• Calms anxiety

• Decreases pain

• Reduces acute and chronic conditions

• Increases recovery time from surgery

• Strengthens the immune system

• Supports Cancer Care

• Eases neck and back problems

• Creates a general sense of well-being

Healing can support a wide range of conditions, sometimes with remarkable outcomes. It is a process of the 3 Rs: REVITALISATION, RELAXATION and RELEASE, which helps your body to adjust and heal spontaneously at its own pace and in its own way.

Healing seeks out the underlying causes as well as the 'presented symptoms'. This means that the outcome of a healing session may not appear to be beneficial at the time of healing. You may feel a sudden benefit a few days later or a gradual improvement over a period of time.

Sometimes the process is obvious, sometimes more subtle.

There may be times when you experience some kind of emotional release as part of the healing process.

Healing research suggests there are many benefits however individual experiences may vary. Healing does not replace medical care or supervision. We work with the medical establishment using complementary care.

We strongly recommend you always seek medical advice or contact your GP when you symptoms persist.

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