Holistic massage is a deeply relaxing treatment that brings harmony and health to mind, body and spirit
If you want to feel as healthy, happy and vibrant as possible, then where you live needs to support and nourish you.
Have you ever noticed how some homes immediately make you feel at ease and make you want to relax there? And there are perhaps others where you can't wait to leave! Of course, there are many other homes somewhere in between.
If you have been trying to sell your home, unsuccessfully, for sometime, you may consider a home healing to make it feel as welcoming as possible to possible buyers.
The objective of a home healing is to make your home as calm and relaxed as possible. This is particularly beneficial if you are enjoying the treatments that we have to offer here at the Lotus Retreat, so that when you come home, radiant after a treatment, your home allows you to continue to feel good - rather than bombarding you with stress!
A home healing looks at many aspects of your home and seeks to harmonise all these factors leaving it as peaceful, balanced and tranquil as it can be.
If you are interested, please contact the Practitioners below for more details.
Tim has been healing homes for a number of years, after training with Adrian Incledon-Webber. He’s always delighted when clients remark after a healing, ‘I don’t know what you’ve done, Tim, but I can really feel a difference’! As well as healing the home, time is spent looking at the land around the home, those who live there as well as sheds and cars! Tim is also a Reiki master and will bring Reiki into home healing as appropriate.
Alison is a great believer that things arrive in your life when you are ready to receive them. Alison's life was turned upside down 10 years ago but this subsequently led her on a path to train as a Healer, Reiki Master, Tibetan Massage Therapist and more recently as a Home Healer. Working on the Home to establish optimum conditions for clients is a passion as well as a privilege.
Sally trained with Adrian Incledon-Webber following a long interest in the ability of spaces to affect mood and wellbeing.
£200 including regular review and follow up.