Working as a Massage therapist, I get to meet a lot of women and hear quite a few details about their health issues.
What is self care, and how do I use it in my life? It was not until about 7 years ago that I realised that I really didn't care too much about myself, or took much care in how I looked after this body of mine.
You know when you were a child…. And you felt things and just knew that what your parents or friends were saying didn’t feel right?
You know that sense you have when you just know that someone is not speaking the truth?
You know that feeling of walking into a room and something feels a bit odd?
I had never known about Energetic Responsibility in the past, and I have been a massage therapist for 19 years and so for about 12 years of that time…..
I have tried all different types of meditations, from guided ones, silent ones, walking ones and lots of ones where I fell asleep. For a long time meditation became an excuse to check out, to not feel and hopefully feel better afterwards.
I have been a massage therapist for years and practised a variety of natural therapies but it was not until I met Serge Benhayon that I really changed the way I worked, which then changed the way Byron Bay Mobile Massage operates.
Having been into alternative and complementary health techniques and modalities for years, I have often seen and heard about a lot of heath retreats and even thought of running my own Byron Bay Mobile Massage Retreat. I have heard all the different stories about health retreats where you can only eat this or that, or where you can only speak at certain times or not speak at all as well as retreats where you do so much yoga and postures that your body feels like it can’t move. These never appealed to me, hence I never attended one.
Byron Bay Mobile Massage are a team of qualified and insured therapists who offer our treatments in the comfort of your home, holiday accommodation or aged care facility. You get to relax wherever you are, with no need to drive anywhere or put your shoes on.
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