Recovery from Illness, Injury or Surgery
There is more to recovery than just absence of pain, or reduction of symptoms. Discover how to achieve optimal recovery.
So, your discharged from the hospital, or you're finally able to get out of bed to get a drink of water, but does that mean you're really ready to get straight back to "normal"?
For some people, they may feel up to returning to normal life as soon as they can get up and about again, but that doesn't mean its the smartest thing to do, especially after an illness like COVID-19, which affects your whole body and every system in it.
Everyone benefits from good recovery support and a gentle re-integration back into life, because it means the risk of pushing too hard too soon and just getting sick straight away again, or falling and suffering another injury is greatly reduced.
Massage, bodywork, and energy work are all amazing supports to recovery from set backs, even non-physical ones.
BUT if you find yourself often falling ill again, or suffering injury after injury, then I really feel you should consider a course of Coaching to help you better understand why, how to change the pattern, and how to keep that positive change for life.
Myofascial Release Technique
This is my favorite technique for the breadth and depth of application and success rate
Coaching for wellbeing may start with one clear issue, but always has significant knock on effects to the rest of your life too
Soothing long strokes (effleurage), mixed with more intensive working movements (petrissage, kneading, friction), energizing percussion (hacking, beating, pounding, cupping, tapotement), and vibration in combination or pick and mix
Hot Stone Therapy
Using Basalt Stone, magma from the core of the earth that was created by nature to hold its heat and pure regenerative energy to penetrate tension and melt it away.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Interstital inflamation has many causes and results in swelling of the soft tissues. MLD can be a beneficial part of a combination of supportive actions to reduce the swelling, which has knock on effects.