Massage therapy makes you more aware of what is going on inside your body and mind. It teaches you to listen better to your body and the signals it gives.
When it comes to massage therapy, I assume there is a question about something that you have on your mind or something that bothers you. Your question can be physical, mental, emotional and spiritual in nature. Together, we will examine your question by means of various techniques and forms of work, such as relaxation, awareness, breathing and movement exercises, (guided) meditation and of course massage.
What are some of the questions people have when they visit a massage therapist?
- “I am burned-out, how can I learn to relax and listen better to the signals my body gives me?”
- “I’ve had a rough few months and would now like to focus more on myself and my body. How can I do this?”
- “How do I learn to think less and feel more?”
- “Can you help me get back in touch with my body?”
- “I have physical complaints. How can I experience more space, energy and lightness in my body?”
During an intake/interview, we will discuss which question you want to work with. Together with you, we will adapt the expectations and needs and I will tell you how we can shape the trajectory. At the same time, we will determine the length of the process, as well as the frequency of the sessions. Massage therapy can also complement a treatment by a psychologist or psychotherapist.
For what is massage therapy beneficial?
- (Vague) symptoms of fatigue
- (Dealing with) stress and overexertion
- Support when faced with a burnout
- Recurring psychical or emotional problems
- Assistance with changes in living conditions
- Desire for more contact with your own body and inner experience