Recovery Processes for your physical regeneration
When people go through a physical trauma or develop a chronic symptom, they often lose a part of themselves –
you might feel the affected part of your body less or lose its flexibility. You might lose part of your mobility and liveliness, or your spontaneity, strength, and pleasure.
A Recovery Process is about gaining back this lost part of yourself – and, thus, your energy and strength.
Together, we will systematically identify which sensations and restrictions of movement exist in the affected part of your body, how these connect to other areas, and what needs to happen in order for the pain to change, the functionality to be restored, and full flexibility and motility regained.
In this way, the energy that is trapped in the body part that is causing pain or has not fully healed, is activated and used to support your body’s capacity for self-healing.
Recovery Processes are a very effective way of treating pain and activating the body’s self-healing powers. However, they cannot replace medical treatment, and I am not able to provide medical diagnoses. Ongoing or planned medical treatments should, therefore, not be postponed or discontinued.
How a Recovery Process works
The sessions are based on a high degree of precision from my side and are focussed on the physical symptom in order to successfully alleviate a complaint.
A minimum of one or two sessions per week is recommended in order to create the optimal conditions for a sustainable healing process.
I offer Recovery Processes in two formats:
- Regular sessions (1 or 2 per week)
- As intensives (3 – 6 sessions per week), for a short period of time, in order to work effectively on a clearly defined or acute symptom.
Possible applications of a Recovery Process
- For acute injuries after an accident as well as the effects of physical trauma
- For chronic or recurring pain
- For chronic or recurring ailments, e.g. sleeping or digestive disorders
- Before and after operations
- For recovery after birth