Each and every single one of us ages, whether we like it or not. We are living in a time where we live longer and the medical world has found many different ways to keep us alive. Yet, when it comes to caring for the elderly, modern medicine is often limited to physical therapy, surgery, and medication.
It can be especially important to receive regular complementary therapy treatments as we advance in age, as the body becomes more susceptible to wear and tear, and prone to ailments such as arthritis, dementia, depression, cancer, Parkinson’s and many other conditions, often suffering from many chronic ailments all at once.
As we become elderly we can often be challenged with loneliness, and many of us will live without a partner or family nearby to help. The lack of touch also contributes to physical decline and weakens the immune system.
Receiving Intuitive Holistic Healing will not only provide a level of energy and relaxation, but will also provide the emotional nourishment required – all through the simple act of touch, helping to feel safe, loved and grounded.
As an Intuitive Holistic Healer I am able to help you or your loved one during the various stages of ageing or during the process of dying. Often, an excessive amount of energy is exerted by an individual during the various stages and healing can replenish the diminished energy, relieve pain and provide relaxation, allowing better sleep and thus restore or maintain a balance of energy.
I offer a friendly, comforting, relaxed treatment. Being empathic and having the ability to see, sense and feel what is going on inside a person’s body means I am able to share with you, from an energetic point of view, where energy blockages lie within the body.
This can be very helpful if your elderly loved one is having difficulties explaining how they feel. This could be, for example, through dementia; people with dementia can become frightened, feel lost, confused, restless, angry or agitated. I am able to connect and bring messages from them to you, helping you to understand how they are feeling.