Anthroposophic understanding of body and soul bring new dimensions to well known therapies such as massage and new healing depth to activities such as taking a bath.
Warming and relaxing bath in which is dispersed therapeutic oil followed by a therapeutic rest period wrapped in towels.
A gentle therapeutic massage using prescribed oils for harmonising and strengthening.
Gentle flowing massage that penetrates deeply by working with the fluid in the body.
Appropriate guidance and accompaniment in artistic activity to bring harmony and healing for those in crisis.
Healing of the soul, and body, is brought about by doing art, working with colour and form, looking at and contemplating what you have created, guided by a therapist.
The process of creating art, of working with the hands and shaping substance, is in itself therapeutic, but within a facilitated focussed therapeutic relationship, it offers deep resources of insight and self-strengthening.
Therapeutic performance arts heal through doing, through consciously using our bodies we bring rhythm, shape, sound and harmony to the task of resting turbulent emotions, discerning self-destructive behaviour patterns and finding soul-stillness and healing in times of crisis.
Stimulating natural healing through movement art.
Speech therapy supports physical and psychological disorders in children and adults, by strengthening the rhythmic system and building confidence
Singing influences breathing, heartbeat and brain function.
The science of psychology has yielded many effective psycho-therapeutic approaches that anthroposophic insights into the human soul can support. There is, in particular, a specific awareness of our spirit-self, of our spiritual nature striving to become fully human.
Three pathways through a blend of anthroposophic therapies designed to support those in crisis and need of healing
Psychotherapy with an holistic appreciation of the person, body, soul and spirit.
A one to one facilitated quest for meaning in one's life, troubled and crisis ridden as so many are in the 21st Century, but worthy and through deeper understanding released to its full potential.
Anthroposphic insights into the soul to support the medical doctor in understanding the root causes of illness and to create healing journeys for their patients.
Gentle care supportive of complex and long-term health problems
A complimentary herbal therapy to support the patient in treatment for cancer that is based on mistletoe. Widely researched and developed in Germany and Switzerland, this treatment is now available in the UK.
Anthroposophic insights into the nature of suffering and the human soul are helpful in building a deeper practice of nursing care.