There are three main ways I work: through activity, stillness and being fully present.
The process of moving and talking may enable you to share emotions which you have found hard to express, leaving you feeling more refreshed.
You may prefer to talk and walk indoors. The room I work from at the i Centre has a labyrinth which you are welcome to walk at any time. It also has disabled access as well as tea and coffee facilities nearby.
You may prefer the gentle rhythm of walking along Ingleton Waterfalls trail and finding quiet places to sit and talk.
Alternatively you may prefer scrabbling up steep mountain ridges.
There is also the option of canoeing too.
When you have time to become still you may become more aware of how you are feeling. Emotions you have kept suppressed may begin to well up. Allowing these powerful emotions and feelings to come out into the open with someone who is prepared to be with you can be a deeply healing process.
Being fully present.
Sometimes a chance encounter with a bird or animal may trigger something for you. The weather or the state of the landscape may mirror what is going on in your life. We may use art or writing materials to explore this in more depth.
Read testimonials to find out what others think of working with me.