Energy healing can benefit
Acute and chronic injury
Acute and chronic pain
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) *support
Autoimmune disorders: aids, HIV, and fibromyalgia *support
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Dissociation, isolation and social anxiety
Eating disorder recovery *support
End of Life support
Insomnia, intrusive thoughts, and nightmares
Life Transitions. Loss, death and grief
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms
Pre-surgical & post-surgical *support
Spiritual emergence & emergency
Stress and anxiety
Substance addiction recovery *support
Elevates energy level
Feeling lighter/weight lifted
Feeling deeply relaxed and calm
Help get through hard times
Improved sleep, decreased nightmares
Less or no pain
Managing stress better
More self-love and acceptance
More grounded and balanced
More creative and focused
More body awareness
Energy work is not effective for everyone. If I feel that I am not making progress with a client, I will refer them to someone whom I feel is better suited to meet their needs. I prefer to work with client’s who have their regular practitioners involved in the process. We want your physician to know that we are involved and exactly what we are doing so that there is no confusion. We will set goals which we identify as correct and we will work toward achieving those goals. A client is always able to change practitioners if they feel the need and we will provide a list of referrals to other practitioners.
Whole-body well-being is facilitated through dialogue, intention, and vibration. The physical body and its anatomy are part of the human energy field as well. Although it is much denser than other parts of the energy system, it is an integral part of the energy field. Our organs all have energy fields and are related to specific nerve plexus center's and endocrine glands.
In keeping with the Holistic approach to wellness energy balancing addresses both the body, mind and spirit. At one level, clearing the energy centres heal the physical body by releasing stored blocks. To clear and modulate imbalanced, "stuck," or disharmonious energy. These energy blockages can lead to imbalances in the physical, emotional, mental or spiritual self, thus resulting in unhealthy patterns. Once these blocks are gone, the body can return to its original natural state of movement, flow and harmony.
We have experiences all the time that are stored for later use. However, trauma memories are processed in a different way. A healthy autonomic nervous system according to Peter Levine (Somatic Experiencing Therapy) is one that is in balance and can self-regulate on its own following a disruptive-regulating event. When we have a trauma that is disrupted, the parasympathetic which controls fight-flight is thwarted. If unable to complete this action it results in very reactive, hyper-vigilance, aggressiveness, and running away behavior's. When there is no safe way for the person to release the trapped energy, the poly-vagal results in collapse, dissociation, and or freeze. The information is left in fragmented form, unprocessed and not stored in long-term memory. The unintegrated fragments often cause symptoms that disrupt our lives (depression, hypersensitivity. A sound or even a smell that reminds you of the trauma can create a reaction, and in some cases elicit a full-blown panic response.
Unprocessed traumas can cause us to feel anxious, depressed, have insomnia, and have nightmares, these can be low to high in severity. It can express itself energetically in the body and energy field. Instead of the trauma feeling like it occurred in the past, it can feel like it is happening in the present. The effect of trauma can be completely take away a person's sense of safety. For example, when you have a wound your body cannot heal until the wound has been cleared of debris. In the same way that debris inhibits our body’s ability to heal, when we experience a serious trauma it disrupts our natural healing system. The muscles and tissue constrict. Using the knowledge of the nervous system, trauma, and the language of sensations, somatic intervening can re-pattern the nervous system and bring in calm and healing.
Are you covered?
Energy healing is not covered by MSP but did you know that you could be eligible to add Additional Holistic Health Practices to Your Employee Health Benefits Plan?
Mara is an accredited and certified (Advanced) Integrative Energy Healing™ practitioner, and a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) who champions professional excellence to support the growth of natural health and wellness. Ask me how to apply for coverage for your next appointment.