If you have become aware of the need to work with energy in your own life or perhaps assist others in gaining alignment in their life then you might like to consider a workshop like this …
What is Healing Therapy?
Healing Therapy is the gentle art of using the hands to direct energy to help relieve pain, release blockages, promote relaxation and restore the natural balance and flow of energy within the system. This non-intrusive process makes use of visualizations, relaxation and affirmations to help you access your own healing potential and bring the mind, body and soul into alignment. When we find this inner state of awareness we are better able to manage our lives, regardless of the life situation.
How does it work?
Information is processed and stored in different areas of the brain and for this reason, sometimes talk therapy alone does not enable us to access trauma or painful memories. This therapy helps to connect and bring about congruency in all our systems in a gentle way that diminishes the chances of re-traumatising the mind and body. When this happens, healing follows.
How to Read Energy
Energy Assessment Tools and Techniques: How to Read a Pendulum
Energy Treatment Techniques
Visualization and Affirmations
Breathing for Wellness
Bringing all Fields of Energy into Alignment
Bring to Each Session
Bring a portable therapy bed if you have access to one, or a mat, blanket, couple of cushions, white sheet. Bring drinking water.
Arrive fresh and comfortably dressed as we will be working with partners.
Bring a warm wrap for after the session or a jacket.
If you have a pendulum you can bring it along or beautiful, well balanced, wood-turned pendulums will be available for purchase at R200 each.
A hardcover A4 book for notes/inspiration and a pen.
We will share a snack at the end of each session.
Joy Truscott gained her Master’s Degree in Social Work & Clinical Counselling and graduated from the University of Denver, Colorado, USA. Certified Energy Healing Therapist studied the Art of Energy Healing in Colorado, USA, with Dr Middleton and Dr Pam Kircher, (author of the book – Love is the Link). The training programme was the brainchild of Suzanne Bolton RN, HN-BC Integrative Care Services TLC/SASS Mercy Regional Medical Center with trainer Gaella Ellan Rae MSW.
Joy has BA in teaching and has worked with families in crisis for many years Worked with the Durango Hospice Programme as a volunteer.
Joy is a watercolourist and enjoys group teaching as well as art therapy work. Joy and Lynda Allen (ClinPsy) offer courses, seminars and workshops on the following topics. Their company – Evolve – designs each experience to uniquely fit the client, whether an individual, group or organization.
Types of Revive Getaways Offered:
* Manifesting Your Goals * Healing the Body, Mind and Soul * Awakening your Creativity * Dealing with Divorce * Parenting * Intergenerational Communication * Rediscovering your lost self * Watercolourists Weekend* Meditation, Relaxation and Stress release * Stress Management * Developing your Emotional Intelligence * Trauma Release and Self Care
For more information and bookings contact Joy at 079 180 7639
Some examples of Revive-Getaways:
Body Mind and Soul Purifier – a cleansing and detox experience
Stress and the Brain:
Connecting thought and emotions are the subtle act of awareness that allows us to find our way through the confusion, disappointment, and the overwhelm of our lives.
This workshop will give us a view of the workings of the brain and how we can regain control, or at least find inner peace in the process. Emotional Intelligence gives us the ability to view our reactions and the courage to change them when needed. We will be “drawing” on our emotions, (no artistic talent needed), and examining Boyatzi’s formula as a tool for changing thinking and patterns that no longer serve us.
Participants to please bring an A4 notebook, pens and pencils
Each session will include a guided meditation. Please dress comfortably in loose-fitting clothes so that you can feel relaxed.
Fresh Start – De-stress and clearing old habits, creating new healthier ones
We are Divinely and Uniquely Encoded Within for our Magnificence
My sister, Lynda and I had a wonderful day visiting Oude Libertas and Delheim wine estates. We picniced on the lawn with beautiful people, laughing children and lazy dogs. What a wonderful vibe! The food was utterly delicious at Oude Libertas market and I sketched a family sitting on the lawn in front of us. Clive and Ann were celebrating Clive’s 60th birthday with their family.
We drove to Delheim to sit in the peaceful gardens, and gingerly escaped the “loving” beak attention of the triplet geese -Pate’ or was it Foie or Gras, kindly named by Lynda. The sketch was made on the lawn keeping our eyes alert to any goose subterfuge.
Walking on the beach I see the footsteps forming behind my path. I look back and see that the line of steps is not in a straight line, even though I thought I was walking a direct route. The pathway curves gently around the slight impressions of the sand mounds. I was not even aware that I had been following the contours of the earth.
I walk now with a sense of purpose, placing each foot gently on the earth. Where the sand is hard and unyielding the steps are barely visible and where the sand is soft, I see my mark pressed into the ground. I understand that the world can be like the sand. Soft and yielding at times, allowing me to leave an impression that is well formed and noticeable. At other times, the earth is hard and unrelenting. I have still travelled that way yet the mark I leave is known only to me, so slight is it.
The wind blows towards me and lifts my hair and my spirits, bringing in the smell of the ocean. The breath of life. I breathe it in through my nostrils, recharging my energy and my soul. The wind dances on the sand and lifts the edges from the footprints, smoothing the indentations and sometimes covering them up entirely. Still, I know that I walked that way.
I stop to see, to breathe, to rest a while. My prints are behind me and not yet made ahead of me. I see the expanse of clear sand washed beach and feel the tingle of anticipation realizing that the steps I am to take from this moment on are the ones I wish to make. From this point of pause I can decide which direction I choose to walk; how firmly I intend to place my feet; how far I intend to take myself along the route.
All the while around me the air is changing; the wind the light, and the scenery. It might be the same place it was moments before, but now it looks different. I am aware of the ever-changing, moving and shifting of the atmosphere. As I walk, I adjust my jacket to shield me from the cooling air. I adjust me. The scene will always change. How can I possibly think that it will stay the same? I am not the same. I make the changes in me that allow me to stay in the changing scene. I move myself across the path, following the curves and avoiding the beach debris. Before, I never considered how amazing this ability within me actually is. Now I am aware and grateful. So much goes on within me that I am unconscious to.
What an amazing, resilient being I am!
At times I look down and find treasures along the path. Tiny, beautifully formed shells in vivid colours. Fragile and perfect, until an idle step shatters them. Some things will not survive on our walk through life. We are bound to fracture something along the way. Nature forgives by supplying abundance. I give thanks for the abundance. I forgive generously and earnestly.
I look up and see the expanse of sky. Even the horizons are not the end. There is more. So much more. I could feel small and unseen in the vastness, but I feel held and loved. I am part of this wondrous creation and loved as much as the tiniest shell. I see the purpose and the plan for even the smallest of creatures. Each life interlocking in exquisite precision. Without one, the cycle cannot sustain itself. I long to have all of mankind see this picture; this connection.
The wind has blown patterns in the sand. The bits of drift wood hold similar patterns. The sand ploughs weave their hieroglyphic messages in the wet sand. There is a pattern for all beings. We are part of an intricate tapestry. The thread that holds us all together is the breath of life. We are encapsulated in the same pod of earth. Sustained by the same light and Source.
The reflections of the mountains and the clouds shine in the water washed beach. The earth reflects the sky. The sky reflects the earth. Heaven and Earth. Ying and Yang, Good and Difficult. Ease and Challenge. It is all one. The separation is in our seeing of it.
I turn to walk back, my footprints still showing along some of the journey. I try to walk inside my step. My haltering steps are laboured. I cannot place my feet in the same mark without walking backwards and looking over my shoulder. This is ridiculous and makes me laugh. I stumble and fall. In life why would I consider trying to retrace my old steps? They do not fit me anymore. I cannot walk them with the same sense of trust and ease. I have to concentrate so much on each step in order to “get it right”, that I cannot enjoy the journey. The unrealistic expectation could leave me disappointed and unfulfilled, if this was a serious walk-for-life.
Luckily for me, I can choose to even dance some of the way. I step and leap, swirl and sway, leaving a myriad of different prints to show the movement of flow and ease. My spirits are lifted and I feel as light as the seagulls that swoop overhead. I have moved a great distance and haven’t even been aware of labour. My dancing feet have freed me from the stilted, restricted, concentrated, self-imposed labouring walk. I choose to dance more.
It is the end of the meander now and I look back over the path and feel a sense of light and satisfaction for giving myself this time of life. I have moved over rocks, hard and soft sinking sand, and I have adjusted to each change and moved on. The wind has blown and it has been hot at times. Still, I danced and laughed and I will keep on dancing and laughing, even when my footprints can no longer be seen by others. I know that I have participated regardless of the visible impression left behind. That has made all the difference to me.
Inspired and written after a cleansing, healing walk on the beach outside my Mom and Dad’s home in JBay x Joy x