WHAT IS JOINT PRACTICE ?
Joint Practice is a new form of integrative bodywork treatments where two practitioners work with you instead of one, leading to a more powerful and dynamic experience.
We work with different disciplines; between us we have more than 45 years of practice in Alexander Technique, Craniosacral Therapy and Counselling. Our shared skills are in understanding how both body and mind react when over-burdened with the stresses of modern life. As well as addressing present and past experience, together we look at new ways of approaching the future.
We are intuitive and inspirational practitioners continually working to help our clients to bring about significant and lasting change. Past sessions have included creative visualisation, body mapping and guided meditations into mindfulness and the felt sense.
In addition to integrative bodywork, we present workshops, write books and organise events which reflect the collaborative nature of Joint Practice.
We don’t offer a quick fix or an instant cure, but a chance to gain a greater understanding of ourselves from a different perspective; an opportunity to see where we have come from, and where we might go from here. Often, all that is required is a belief on the part of both Client and Practitioner that change may emerge from our particular connection. Healing is not to be rushed or hurried. Good health is more than just the absence of symptoms.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Joint Practice is for those who want to experience a new approach to bodywork. People who have enjoyed Joint Practice sessions say that they experienced a potent sensation of releasing longstanding tension and of expansion and freedom in both body and mind.
During the treatment they felt safe and supported and noticed a profound sense of relaxation.
I went for Craniosacral Therapy after suffering from a bad fall that had aggravated lumbar arthritis and after the failure of painful conventional treatments which hadn’t provided any long-term relief. At first I was a little sceptical about the treatment, but I found it to be relaxing, restoring and healing, and it has improved the quality of my life considerably.
Chris McVie, Fleetwood Mac