Sexological Bodywork is a unique and potentially transformational modality. It works by using your body as a direct tool for healing and learning.


With a large number of people experiencing difficulties in this potentially vulnerable and intimate area, it's important that services like this are available to provide information and support.


 Sexological Bodywork supports people to:
- deepen their understanding about their physical bodies and arousal patterns;
- address sexual concerns;
- diversify the ways they can experience sexual pleasure.

It is experientially based, using the tools of breath, movement, vocalisation, touch and (most importantly) awareness, within in a safe, non-judgmental environment.


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"Reiki healing is a natural therapy that gently balances life energies and brings health and well-being to the recipient." - International Association of Reiki Professionals.

Reiki is a Japanese technique that has been used for centuries to promote healing and relaxation. It is based on the idea that life force energy flows through us and when this energy is low or blocked, we are more susceptible to illness and stress. During a Reiki session, the practitioner will use their hands to transfer energy to the recipient, helping to restore balance and promote healing. Many people report feeling a deep sense of relaxation and peace during and after a session.

As people seek alternative methods of healing, Reiki has gained popularity. Essentially, it's based on the belief that all living things have an energy that flows through them. By tapping into and channeling this energy, we can aid in the process of self-healing. The practitioner's role is to facilitate this transfer of energy by being a conduit, directing it towards the parts of the body that need healing.


An Important Reminder on the Role of Reiki Practitioners

It's crucial to keep in mind that the Reiki practitioner is not the source of healing. Rather, the client's body is responsible for the healing process with the assistance of the energy directed towards them by the practitioner. The practitioner's role is that of a facilitator, helping to establish the right conditions under which the body can restore itself to health.

In this sense, the reiki practitioner is in service to their client. They are there to provide a supportive environment in which the client's body can heal itself, rather than to impose their own will or agenda on the healing process.


By working in this way, Reiki can be a powerful tool for promoting physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing.