Do you feel stuck, rest- or listless? Especially after being shaken through by a difficult time or incident such as an accident, illness, separation or job loss? Or do you feel quite settled in your life but still encountering again and again some repeating disturbing patterns, which create dissatisfaction within your relationship, family or workplace? Then, a Systemic Coaching according the St Galler Coaching Model (SCM)® can support you in finding out why and herewith to a sustainable change by knowing yourself better.
Yoga is a holistic way of life, and contains besides body postures also meditation, breathe work, nutrition and how you see the world and with this how you perceive yourself and the people, animals and plants around you.
Practising yoga is possible and beneficial for everyone, no matter of circumstances, body weight, physical disability or mental health issues. Especially for the latter two, yoga can additionally support you when facing difficult situations and it is proven that it leads to better sleep, lower blood pressure, more flexibility (both, physically and mentally). For people with MS it is very important to keep moving and flexible to reduce spasticity or to avoid it completely. Overall, if practised regularly it has a positive impact on our central and vegetative nervous system, body and mind.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word made up of two syllables; Rei & Ki. Rei means spiritual wisdom. Ki means vital life force.
Reiki can be effective by flowing through the lower vibrating parts of the body and energy field, charging the whole self with positive energy. Reiki works with releasing deeply rooted blockages, fears and tensions and has an overall relaxing effect. It can be effective on a mental, emotional, physical and spiritual level.