Fed up with back pain? Tension, knots?
We offer a selection of therapies to help to reduce pain and increase range of movement.
Since 2008, here at The ART of Healing we have been working with clients in pain. We know how it can stop you from feeling your best.
Pain anywhere in the body can be at best distracting, at worst debilitating. We are able to support you to reduce pain and to help to manage long term conditions.
By reducing the tension in your neck and shoulders it can free you up to sleep better at night, reduce tension headaches and allow you to feel lighter and more at ease.
We offer different techniques, such as deep tissue massage with pressure points, fascial release work and Bowen. Reflexology can also help with pain throughout the body by working through the nervous system using reflex points.
The Bowen Technique has been very effective in helping clients reduce pain, helping with frozen shoulder, bursitis, neck pain, back ache, knee pain, migraines, digestive issues, IBS and IBD, jaw problems, tennis elbow, RSI, Pelvic pain, Ankle and foot problems to name but a few.
Bowen is a very gentle technique, using rolling type movements in key parts of the body to obtain release.
Also combining gentle touch with deep tissue can be effective in reducing muscle tension and localised muscle pain.
There are a number of methods to utilise to help reduce your pain levels, give us a call and book yourself in for an appointment today.
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Pain can be all consuming – so it takes a lot of discipline to sit with pain rather than try and avoid the feeling.
1) Take some quiet time to listen, then ask yourself “what am I feeling right now?” Physical pain, as with emotional pain, can be supported by literally sitting quietly and observing the pain. What is the location of the pain, what movement helps or doesn’t help? Where is the direct source? All this information will be useful if coming for a therapy, going to a physio or a doctor.
2) Get a hot water bottle and put it on the area, or an ice pack if there is swelling. Sometimes using a wheat pack on your shoulders at night before bed can just help to reduce tension and pain to aid a better night’s sleep.
3) Relaxation in whatever form can reduce pain, whether that be having a nice long bath, or running a marathon. What is it that helps you to relax? Listening to gentle soothing music or coming to your favourite therapist for some treatment, you decide but put yourself on top of your to do list.
Talk to Amanda today to find a time to book your treatment, feel free to call, email or complete this form