I’m always very pleased when new clients come along and allow me to be a part of their journey into wellbeing, particularly, when they’re already very much aligned with their body and how they feel – as with Sue. I’ll let her explain;
Valerie is becoming an essential part of a wider journey into wellbeing and balance, adding to my yoga and regular mindfulness practices.
After a hectic fortnight working to tight writing and editing deadlines, I booked a reflexology session, my first visit to her. You have to have confidence in a therapist and she’s terrific at welcoming clients and highly intuitive, locating stress areas which had received an additional workout keyboard bashing, to a greater degree than usual.
I love hot stone massages – not just on a cold winter’s night – and Valerie worked her magic with not only the stones, but also crystals for chakra balancing, one of the best treatments I have had. She honed in on, and balanced, an area which relates to new creative work commitments and willpower; I left feeling energised and slept brilliantly (and more deeply than for a long time).
I booked the hot stone massage before a week in Cornwall, at a quiet spot where I’ve enjoyed reading, walking, yoga and art for many years.
A perfect start to a proper break.
It’s true that many people come to me with problems on the basis that I’m their sole concession when it comes to their health and wellbeing. They just aren’t doing anything else to help themselves (of course, I do offer encouragement for them to do more.)
When someone like Sue comes along, it’s really refreshing that I represent just a part of what they do. The ultimate effects for them are far more beneficial than if they, simply, leave it all up to me.
Bringing healing, health and harmony into your world.