Jul 182015


If you find yourself zonked out on the couch by evening time, you’ve likely been accumulating stress throughout your day. What if you could de-stress more or less as quickly as you collect stress?

If you didn’t accumulate stress through your day, how might you feel come the evening? And what if you could link de-stressing to an automatic body process? Continue reading »

Apr 242015

Whirlpool, blue rotational motionI’ve found an easy way to reverse some of the common symptoms of ageing, things like stiff joints, a sore hip, and dry skin – these and more gone like magic!. All in around 10 minutes a day of pain free moves.

I wasn’t looking to rejuvenate, this age reversal was the surprising, and of course very welcome, effect of investigating the fascia or connective tissue, in my body, and finding the MELT® Method. Continue reading »

Jan 092015

Trying to Remember Something - Covered in RemindTake a moment to check your body posture as you read this. Crossed legs? Slumped or twisted spine?

Or perhaps your work, or play, involves some awkward postures, like chiropody or playing golf or the violin.

We all spend time with our bodies out of their natural alignment. And that mis-alignment has gradually been accumulating, so your body may even have forgotten her natural alignment. Continue reading »

Nov 182014

3D white people. Resting on a check markI’m regularly ‘Noticing & Resting’ to magically dissolve issues on the spot! I’ve come full circle – and with a deeper understanding – to an evolution of an approach I first learned fifteen years ago!

The Sedona Method – the basis of Noticing & Resting – was one of the first healing approaches I learned. After a weekend workshop of letting go of feelings my stress level, and associated physical symptoms including migraines, would disappear, and my energy level soar – so much so that people told me I looked different! Continue reading »

Oct 022014

brain that rests on a chaise longueResting is different to relaxing.

When someone asks me to relax, I immediately think of doing something, like slowing my breathing or letting go of tight muscles. Even thinking about doing these things is doing something with my brain!

Resting, on the other hand, is doing nothing. Absolutely nothing. No thinking. No moving. No tensing. No conscious relaxing. Continue reading »

Sep 052014

back pain frontside transparent backgroundKinetic Chain Release has eased a surprisingly wide range of conditions from back pain through fibromyalgia to behavioural issues in children. It often has spin-off effects too, like improved sleep!

Now, through ‘distance’ KCR everyone can experience the sweet relief of an aligned body! Continue reading »