Trauma and Reflexology

Trauma can come about in many ways.  It can be the result of being involved in an accident, having gone through a major medical procedure, a sudden, dramatic change in your personal or working life. It can also come upon you unexpectedly.  Perhaps current circumstances in your life have triggered past painful memories bringing the feeling of trauma to the surface.  

We also have the current climate to deal with.  We’ve spent the last couple of years wrapped in uncertainty during covid times with lockdowns, job insecurity, loneliness and possible ill health for ourselves and our loved ones.

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What is Trauma?

Trauma is the response to a deeply distressing or disturbing event that overwhelms an individual’s ability to cope, causes feelings of helplessness, diminishes their sense of self and their ability to feel the full range of emotions and experiences.

How Can Reflexology Help?

I regularly see clients who have been affected by trauma. Whilst talking therapy is very important, I also feel it is very important to calm the body and mind.
Reflexology, helps to release tension.  During a session, I look for where you are holding your stress and tension.  I look for your response as I access it through the reflex points.

Encouraging you to enter a deep state of calm and relaxation is when your body begins to heal.  It begins to throw out all the negativity, emotionally and physically.

Would you like to know how Reflexology can support you?  Please call Jane on 07734 695 964 or email jane@calmtherapy.co.uk to discover more.

Sarah Weller’s Conversations With Calm Therapy

Conversations with Calm Therapy is a project where I interview a series of holistic therapists and business owners during the Covid-19 pandemic.  This is to create connection amongst business owners during isolation.  It also offers the viewer of these interviews tips on how to cope with sudden change, how to manage your fear that rises with uncertainty and perhaps learn how to release that fear from your body.  I’ll also be asking each guest for any useful rituals or activities we can add to our daily routines during lockdown.

My first interview is with Sarah Weller, a qualified Parenting Consultant and Family Relationship Coach.

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Click on the link below to see the full interview.

Sarah Weller Conversations with Calm Therapy

For more information about Conversations with Calm Therapy please email jane@calmtherapy.co.uk or visit Calm Therapy

Conversations With Calm Therapy

Non essential contact and now “Lockdown” means I have put my treatments side of my business on hold for now.

So I have started up Conversations with Calm Therapy.

I am interviewing holistic therapists and business people for a max of 10 mins each. 

I ask the same 3 questions to each guest. 

I will ask are how to manage peoples reaction to change, release fear and create useful rituals and activities during lock down.

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WHY AM I DOING THIS?
Give’s me focus
Keeps me social
It keeps the holistic community connected
It keeps my interviewees present on social media.

MY AUDIENCE WILL GAIN
New techniques how to cope with change, stress, fear in these challenging times.
Creates a new positive outlook for you.
Creates connection whilst we are in isolation.
Ideas for rituals and activities during lockdown.
Improves your health.
You will gain focus and clarity.

The main thing is to create connection, communication, raise the vibration.

I’m super excited as I’ve invited 15 interviewees and 12 have accepted to be part of my project.

Keep checking my social media and this blog for more details!

Stay healthy!