Do you have chronic or acute injuries?
Do you suffer from pain, insomnia, fatigue or anxiety?
I help people to release anxiety, worry and pain
so that they can stop from hiding who they really are.
9 out of 10 people can ease their pain
it is neuropathic in nature.
Neuropathic pain is a chronic pain condition and usually the result of, or accompanied by, an injury, surgery, disease, or infection. It is, however, not directly caused by it. The body sends pain signals through nerves because the nerves are over-excited (as a side effect of the injury or illness).
You will usually experience one (or more) of the following:
– shooting, burning, or stabbing pain
– tingling and numbness
– “pins and needles”
– pain that occurs without a trigger
– pain that comes and goes or moves
– pain caused by experiences that are typically not painful, such as rubbing against something or being in cold temperatures
– chronic sensation of feeling unpleasant
Acupuncture and manual therapy address the problem at the CORE. That is …
Therefore, the pain can be relieved by addressing the nerves. When pain is gone, the function and the range of motion can improve drastically.
Did you know that your nerves would die last?
This is why you feel pain – the nerves constantly fire up. As long as the nerves are functioning – you can help the body heal from WITHIN.
Chasing the pain or killing it with medication hardly works. Over time the body gets used to the chemicals that numb you and stop reacting, while the problem is still there. At the core of dysfunction. THE NERVES.
Your body is naturally powerful to mend and heal, but when a part of it gets stuck into an inhibition or nerve excitement, it needs help to overcome the challenge.
The solution is to encourage the body to heal within by sending the appropriate signals.
Acupuncture, manual therapy, cupping, heat therapy or healing sound are modalities to effectively stimulate both blood and lymph circulation and interact with the nerves and the fascia layer. (Fascia is the web of connective tissue that embeds and stabilises all internal organs, muscles and tissues.) This changes the brain chemistry and activates our natural healing mode, among others boosting the production of endorphins and enkephalins – our natural pain relief messengers.
A massage is a basic healing therapy to ease physical and emotional tension. It involves various muscle and tissue manipulations such as strokes and pressure techniques to improve blood flow, relax muscles, stretch ligaments, manipulate joints or remove waste from tissues.
One of the discriminating features of a healing massage is the quality of touch that communicates loving attention, understanding and anticipation of the unknown. Essentially, it is the awakening touch that comes with a strong intent, as it happens in Tui na, Cupping or Gua Sha massage. When combined with the knowledge about fascia and connective tissue as well as that of nervous and vascular systems (as affected by Acupuncture), it stands up to the promise of liberation from pain, stagnation and stress.
Singing Bowl Massage helps one relax and calm the nervous system.
Nutrition and herbs reach our Core, the working of various systems in the body. they are capable of modulating and changing how the organ work. They work on a deeper level when there is a deficency of nutrients and the lack of communication between the organs.
The therapies offered here are:
Acupuncture is an ancient treatment that involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body. It is used to alleviate pain and to treat various physical, mental, and emotional conditions.
Acupuncture works powerfully by adjusting the nervous system, improving blood flow, stimulating stem cell release to injury sites, and helping various body systems to become active.
Even if some slight discomfort is initially experienced, this eases into a deep relaxation or even a rejuvanating nap.
Facial acupuncture relies on inserting super fine needles shallowly into the wrinkles. This method can reduce wrinkles, eliminate fine lines, lift sagging skin and improve skin colour and texture.
There may be a slight initial discomfort followed by a deep relaxation, as the stimulation of the peripheral nerves will improve blood flow to the skin and head.
TUINA / Massage Therapy
Tuina medical massage involves the rubbing and kneading of soft tissues and muscles, together with acupressure and finger work, as well as assisted manipulations (similar to the ones in osteopathy) to remove blockages along the sheaths of connective tissues. It works on the nervous system and the wellbeing of the internal organs as well.
Singing bowl massage
Gua Sha, called also scraping, is a healing massage therapy that uses a smooth edged tool to repeatedly scrape an area of lubricated skin.
The goal is to intentionally create transitory therapeutic petechiae called ‘sha’. The sha represents leakage of the blood in the subcutaneous tissue (beneath the skin). Raising sha opens pores, improves blood flow and removes blood stagnation.
A single gua sha treatment can lead to an immediate relief from pain, stiffness, fever, cough or nausea. It works well for acute and chronic organ disorders.
Herbal medicine / Nutrition
Diet or lifestyle often contribute to the symptoms of ill-being, so it is important to address them. The changes to be suggested are meant to make the treatment more effective. Even where a treatment works very well, if the person returns to the same behaviour that caused their complaint in the first place, the problems will return.
Proper nutrition and herbal medicine are one of the most effective methods of improving internal organ function. Food choices can be optimised to improve the functioning of specific organs both by foods to eat and those to restrain from.
Coaching and Advice
MY GOAL IS TO…
- help you heal and be well
- support the process of change and
- encourage you to live a Zesty life
It comes naturally when communication channels are open and informative between the Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual aspects of Selves.
It is never a fixed state but always changing – a dance in life.
Pain, either physical or emotional, is real. It is a sign of stagnation. Stagnation is created by a blocked flow of nutrients on some level in your body. It may affect muscles, tendons, lymph, blood and organs, or it may cause a vicious circle of thoughts or emotions.
Chinese medicine recognises how blood and lymphs (and energy) are trapped and discriminates between the organs to find out which ones are contributing. Once the cause of disturbance is understood, a treatment to restore wellness can be applied effectively.
My goal is to help from inside out. Your reservoir of wellness can be restored thanks to the therapies offered here. It is the quality of sound, needle, touch and listening, together with the strong intent, that will make the difference for you.
I am here to help you get well physically, mentally and emotionally.
If you like what I do and want to know more
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What THE cLIENTS say
and why they get better
“I have had two sessions with Ela so far, which involved a detailed chat about my health and my medical issues, a relaxing and soothing massage followed by acupuncture. Ela is very welcoming and professional, and was incredibly informative, she talked me through the process and why it works the way it does. She also gave me some really useful information on some herbal remedies for me to try out at home. I certainly feel that I benefited from the sessions, and have already recommended her to friends of mine.”
Acupuncture & Massage in High Peak, Disley, New Mills, Chinley, Bugsworth, Chapel en le Frith, Buxton, Stockport and Greater Manchester.