Feldenkrais Guild UK — member profile

 


 

 

Janet Heath

Tuina (Chinese massage) Remedial/sports massage, NLP
Feldenkrais Training: Sussex 2014
 
Birmingham UK
• 07876 223 313
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• www.bodymindclinic.co.uk

Classes: Classes &workshops throughout the year (see website or call for dates) at the B'ham Centre for Chinese Medicine
Workshops: Six workshops planned 2015 - Starting Sun 1 March 2015 12 midday til 4.30pm
Individual lessons: FIs by appointment at the B'ham Centre for Chinese Medicine
 
Practice:
I see a wide range of people who usually come with some kind of physical pain or restricted movement. I have been in bodywork-practice for 18 years, and have recently returned to the place I first started –
 
The Birmingham Centre for Chinese Medicine
 
245 Alcester Road South, Birmingham B14 6DT
 
Tel 0121 441 2757
 
Happy to work with anyone, but special interest in "Baby Boomers" and working with people to help them regain & retain their flexibility & independence well into their later years.
 
Biography:
Massage and movement specialist with continuing interest in the mind/body connection.
 
My work-focus has always been on the connection between mind & body, and throughout the years from first qualifying in 1996, have continued to add to my skills. I qualified in Tuina (Chinese Massage) in the UK and then spent a month at a Chinese teaching hospital in Beijing (to learn how Tuina is used in China). I also gained diplomas in Qi Gong (I teach 3 classes every week), hypnotherapy and NLP as part of extensive training.
 
Thorough my knowledge and experience of muscular system function – together with the added skills and knowledge of the nervous and skeletal systems gained during my Feldenkrais training – I look forward to helping clients obtain & maintain more flexibility in both mind & body, especially in their later years.
 
As clients are becoming more aware of how they move, and the possibilities within the patterns and sequences of the Method, they are more interested in helping themselves than "being fixed" by a third party.