Holistic Therapy aims to treat the body as a whole, with the therapist looking for an underlying cause. The therapy restores the body’s natural balance, leading to a more sustained and rewarding quality of life. Holistic therapy plays an important role in maintaining good health and overall wellbeing.
The Holistic Therapies at Swinton Country Club & Spa are on a one-on-one basis, this allows for a more personalised treatment that suits the individual.
A gentle light touch hands-on non-manipulative treatment which can tune into the energy within the body and release tension. It is particularly effective at releasing underlying trauma, either emotional or physical. It works with the whole person and changes may occur in body, mind and spirit during and after sessions. Craniosacral Therapy supports your body's innate ability to balance, restore and heal itself, as well as helping to reduce stress and increase your energy levels.
Part meditation, part listening exercise. Lay and relax, let the healing musical performances wash over you. The vibrations from tuning forks resonate with your body's energy frequencies to gently re-balance and re-align them, so allowing healing to occur to the body and mind. Sound Therapy can help with depression, anxiety, chronic pain and insomnia, and to deepen meditation and spark creativity.
Treating the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit, Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress, reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. Hands get gently placed in a series of non-intrusive positions on or near the body. There is no massage or manipulation, the person is treated as a whole rather than specific areas. The person receiving Reiki remains fully clothed throughout.
Relaxing holistic treatment that uses acupressure massages, where manual pressure is used to stimulate specific points. The massage focuses on the head, face, neck and shoulders, it aims to re-balance your body's energies. The person receiving an Indian Head Massage remains fully clothed throughout whilst sitting upright.