Psychosomatic & integrative touch therapy
We suggest this kind of bodywork for individuals who are seeking physical support to help integrate other forms of therapy, such as ketamine assisted psychotherapy, psychotherapy, or medicinal journal work. In conjunction with psychotherapy or psychedelic-assisted therapy, this therapeutic approach can help catalyze the mind-body connection and facilitate integration. For example, clients can utilize touch therapy before psychedelic sessions as a form of preparation, during ketamine assisted therapy sessions as a means of support, or after psychedelic work to promote integration. We've found that this type of bodywork can be useful for individuals with clinical depression, anxiety and PTSD. Psycho-somatic touch therapy can help soften hardness, density and tension in relation to complex situations and how they manifest in the body.