Functional disorders – nerves, digestion, respiration, hormones, menstruation, movement

Not all “sufferings” are associated with direct pain. A thyroid disorder, for example, is often completely painless. Nerve problems can often lead to sensory disturbances, but they don’t always have to hurt. When women can’t sleep and are drenched in sweat, they also suffer. And shortness of breath is a major limitation.

The aim here is to support the body in its function.

In the sessions, the body is specifically supported in its function. And we explore how the client stands in the way of this function. The client learns about “unconscious” automatic patterns that affect the weakened or poorly functioning system, e.g. digestion. In order to be able to omit this in everyday life. In this way, the body creates the best possible conditions for regeneration.