To heal is to become whole.  All the treatments available work with you as a whole being. The physical, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies are all interlinked and each one has an effect on the others.  The treatments help us to deeply relax, allowing the body to do what it intrinsically knows how to do, to heal itself.  Here below are some benefits from receiving sessions in the therapies offered:

Preet Kaur playing the monochord, Sound Healing

  • Healing, rejuvenation & transformation
  • Release tension and blockages in the body
  • Deep relaxation and stillness
  • Balancing mind, body, emotions & soul
  • Strengthens glandular and nervous system
  • Improves circulation and increases vitality

Receiving a treatment is taking responsibility for your health and well-being. It is empowering. It is a commitment of going deeper inside to find the root of the illness, being present and accepting of what is and realising the inherent capacity for healing. Working at the root level helps to clear the pattern of illness.

Whichever treatment you choose, each one will help you to surrender into your being. When this happens, any blockages on the physical, mental and emotional levels dissolve as far as nature allows, helping us to radiate our true identity.  We become happy, healthy and whole.

“It is a humbling journey when we take steps to heal ourselves and open to who we really are. It requires us to make a commitment and say yes to life from a deep place within.  This means taking an active part in our healing journey: To practice what we know serves us to come into wholeness.  The more we do this, the more we rest in our being, the more we realise that we are absolutely supported and held, then we move from doubts, fears and separateness towards trust, love and union and live our lives with happiness, health and peace. It is a privilege and honour to work alongside people in their healing, to witness their courage, to be present with them when pain arises, falls and passes away and to witness their transformation.” Preet Kaur