Mind and Body Relationship by Good Grief X Amber Kelly

Mind and Body Relationship by Good Grief X Amber Kelly

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We will be exploring the BODY and MIND relationship:
What happens to the body and mind relationship when you have:
– insomnia
– anxiety
– an accident
– surgery
– experienced abuse
– had a relationship breakdown
– a long-term illness like cancer that you are living with or recovering from
– a life changing condition
– been made redundant at work
– found you job overwhelming
– burnt out ?

What is your body doing then? And what is it saying?

Our speaker for the evening is:

Amber is a Craniosacral Therapist and Bach Flower remedy practitioner and practises in Bourne End, Bucks

“As a Craniosacral Therapist I help people unravel their story in a gentle way by listening into your nervous system which governs your physical and mental state. The nervous system is our body’s main communications system and this brain-spine relationship is the epicentre for the entire functioning of the human body. The nervous system can be accessed by Craniosacral therapy enabling the body space to heal, unravel, rewire and regenerate. This allows for a more conscious connection within the body where contractions within the skeletal structure, muscles, and nerves are released and energetic patterns and thought loops/behaviours will untangle and unwind.
 
So what are our emotions telling us about our health? I believe emotions are our guidance system and when we are aligned with our true purpose in life we feel content and grounded. When we feel angry, upset, anxious or sad, for example, then our body is trying to tell us it’s story so we can move into our purposeful path with grace and peace. We can also listen using Dr Bach’s system of 38 remedies or flower essences which help to work with our emotions and bring us more awareness.
 
So it’s not about supressing emotion or ignoring symptoms but listening in and understand them so tensions are released and then your body and mind can move into a state which is more free from stress and anxiety. And which ultimately brings us into better health.”

Come along to Saints Cafe Maidenhead on Wednesday to learn how to understand your feelings and emotions by listening in to your body’s tensions, in order to release them so that your body and mind can move into a state which is more free from stress and anxiety. Which ultimately will bring you into better health.

 

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