Steps to wellness

If you are reading this page then there is a high chance that I can help you in your self-care as both Journey therapy and Reflexology seek to treat the whole person.

Together we can design a treatment process especially focused on your needs such as:

  • Reflexology for your physical issues for example headaches, menopausal symptoms etc or for reducing the impact of stress on your body.
  • Journeywork for dealing with mental and emotional issues for example low self esteem, depression, anxiety, phobias etc.
  • A proactive approach to setting personal healthy lifestyle goals and support to follow through.  

Our 'journey to wellness' is not only about a desired destination. It is also a process of discovery of our deeper selves and thus another step along the mysterious path which is our life.

 

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Some thoughts about wellness and how Journey process work and Reflexology can help you .....

  

  • Wellness is often viewed as freedom from disease; so, if you are not sick, you are considered healthy. This perspective however is changing. While most people agree that the absence of illness is one part of being healthy, it doesn't necessarily indicate that you are in a state of wellbeing.  
  • Wellness is a positive approach to living - where the whole person is considered. It is the integration of the body, mind, and spirit; and the understanding that everything you do, think, feel, and believe has an impact on your state of health.
  • The secret of wellness is not in medical care, but consistent self-care. While traditional medicine concentrates on alleviating or curing disease, the wellness approach encourages you to take personal responsibility for your wellbeing. 
  • Our symptoms, whether they be physical or emotional, are telling us that something is out of balance. They can be misleading and the actual cause may not be what we think it is. Thus, just treating the symptom may not bring us to the state of wellness we desire.