If you have a specific ailment or illness – please give me a call
I’ll be happy to discuss your sutuation and tell you how I might be able to help. I’m always happy to have a quick, no obligation chat so that we can work out if there’s a ‘fit’ between the help you need and the skills I have.
Here’s something that you may not know…
In Europe we’re not allowed to write that we can heal or treat certain diseases or illnesses with natural methods. This is why I don’t list the specific conditions that I can, and have been helped in my practice. I don’t intend to seem vague or mysterious when describing what I can do, I just have to make sure I don’t inadvertently break the law.
It’s sad to say that we live in a world increasingly controlled by lawyers and big businesses. Although non-drug based natural healing has been helping humans for far longer than our modern science has existed, somehow modern science and medicine has appointed itself as the ultimate authority on what’s good or bad, right, wrong or safe for our bodies.
There are no huge profits to be made from natural medicine therefore nobody would be willing or able to fund significant ‘scientific’ studies to validate the efficacy of complementary therapies. The argument that there is no scientific proof that certain therapies work is ridiculous, as there is no commercial reason to fund such studies.
The other side to this is it’s been shown time and time again that some ‘scientific medical’ studies and trials are flawed, or key information suppressed for commercial reasons. So who can we trust to give us best advice?
“I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as a fraud”
I believe that a person has a right to choose how they treat their body, and they have a right to access non-biased information about what can help them and how they can help themselves.
There are no ultimate guarantees when it comes to healing stress or illness with any method. My advice is – Try something, if it works great! – do more of it. If not try something else. There is never ‘nothing’ you can do to help your situation. Be open to trying new things and please don’t be afraid of complementary therapies – many of them will make you feel better. After all, isn’t that what most of us want?