What happens in a Facial Harmony session?
The gentleness of the practitioners touch is intended to specifically to work in harmony with your nervous system. During the consultation, the focus is predominantly on the face head and neck. These areas hold much of our bodys mental, emotional tension.
Whist in a deep state of relaxation old mental, emotional patterns can be released.
Facial Harmony reconnects you with your innate way of being, which then becomes a natural expression of your daily life. This natural radiance emanates from inside and shines on your face lighting up your eyes with the quality of what you are experiencing within.
For optimum results 7 one hour sessions one week apart are recommended. The treatment has a far- reaching cumulative effect with the face reflecting changes in both the inner and outer world.
What are the benefits of Facial Harmony?
Years of stress and distress can cause us to be less than energetic or enthusiastic. When this energy starts to flow again freely, we are energised and with this new state of renewed wellbeing we find new solutions that enhance our life experience.
Your experiences of life, especially the stresses and traumas, are locked into all the muscles and energy systems of your body and show most obviously in the face. Repeated disappointments, frustrations, losses, fears and anxieties, live on in the muscle contours formed by these occurrences.
Joy, Trust, Enthusiasm and Love for life also exist as natural expressions of innate being. Yet these expressions are often overlaid with many negative life experiences and can be hard to access for more than a few fleeting moments.
The Facial Harmony experience is an approach that results in facial transformation and overall rejuvenation at the cellular level. This treatment takes years of stress from your face so you look younger and feel it too.
I offer you support to understand, heal and enhance your emotional connection – enabling you to dance together with responsive engagement. Some couples come to me distressed and hurting, perhaps from a crisis such as illness or an affair. Other couples ha
- Masters In Health Science (victoria University, 1999)
- Diploma Contemporary Somatic Psychotherapy (accsp, 2007)
- Clinical Diploma Contemporary Somatic Psychotherapy (accsp, 2009)
- PACFA - Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation Of Australia
- Australian Kinesiology Association
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