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Case History – Chronic Fatigue & M.E. Part 2

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Conclusion To Treatment

….When Tara first came for treatment she was depressed, weak and caught up in a loop and not knowing how she can pull herself out from it. She couldn’t even do a full-days work without going home halfway through, the Chronic Fatigue and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) symptoms were part of her daily life.  

By the time she had completed 15  Bioenergy Treatment sessions her system had found balance, clarity and energy. Continue reading

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Case History – Chronic Fatigue & M.E. Part 1

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Tara* was 29 when she came for Bioenergy Treatment. In total she had 15 appointments in order to overcome her Chronic Fatigue (CFS) and M.E. symptoms. 


Most of Tara’s symptoms have been prevalent for 15 years. 6 years ago she was diagnosed with – Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.), tropical parasites, Coxsackie B Virus and mercury poisoning. Continue reading

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Breathing Exercises Technique Notes

Breathing Technique


Please read before starting breathing exercises

  • Always try to approach the breathing exercises in a relaxed frame of mind.
  • If you are stressed, anxious or emotional allow the breath to calm and relax you. In particular utilise the technique, where possible, at the onset of a symptoms.
  • All techniques involves control with smooth in and out breathes. Continue reading
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Chronic Fatigue

What’s in a label?

Over the years I have come across  hundreds of clients whom have experienced different forms of  chronic fatigue that have been labelled as many different illnesses. In this post we will discover whether chronic fatigue really exists, what is the meaning to all these illnesses and symptoms and discover what chronic fatigue really is. Continue reading

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Anxiety – Why am I so wired? – Part 4 ‘The Physical Connection’

Anxiety - Why am I so wiredIn part 3 we talked about the science to anxiety, in which we delved down the route of neurons and the way they send impulses along a long chain of neurons in and around the brain. In this post we will talk about how your thoughts can be responsible for sending nerve impulses around your body that you experience as a pain, ache, injury, or cellular dysfunction.

To do so we go back to the body’s nervous system, to discover how your central nervous system i.e your brain and spinal cord not only connects but effects and is affected by your peripheral nervous system. Continue reading

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