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BIODYNAMIC MASSAGE

Biodynamic massage is a psychotherapeutic form of massage concerned with the integration of all aspects of an individual – physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. Working with the nervous system and the gut, biodynamic massage is a course of six weekly sessions or longer.

What’s it good for?

Biodynamic massage helps to reduce stress and promote relaxation. It can help relieve internal emotional pressure and be great for pain relief, as well as releasing muscular tension. Benefits can include feeling an increase in vitality and body awareness.

Who practices this?

Anita Jasser