Ther­apy put life on track

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

AF­TER decades of feel­ing un­well and doc­tors and spe­cial­ists not be­ing able to help, Pamela Hills even­tu­ally dis­cov­ered a re­mark­able ther­apy that changed her life.

Af­ter be­com­ing so ill that she could not eat a morsel of food, Pamela was put onto a drip to nour­ish her body while spe­cial­ists from as far Amer­ica ran ev­ery kind of test they could think of. She was on that drip for five long years to stay alive.

Fi­nally, around seven years ago, Pamela stum­bled across a ther­apy named En­ergy Heal­ing, and in­stantly, the ther­a­pist knew what was wrong with Pamela and how to treat her prob­lems.

Pamela was told that her se­ri­ous health prob­lems came from deep stress and even af­ter the ini­tial treat­ments she no­ticed ma­jor im­prove­ment in her health and over­all well­be­ing.

Be­com­ing in­cred­i­bly in­spired af­ter feel­ing her health pick up, Pamela de­cided to un­der­take the train­ing to be­come a fully qual­i­fied ther­a­pist her­self.

‘‘I was so im­pressed with my own rapid re­cov­ery, I was in­spired to also be­come a ther­a­pist,’’ she said.

‘‘In this way I feel I can pass on to oth­ers the sheer de­light of re­dis­cov­er­ing that sense of well-be­ing which we all long for.’’

The ther­apy con­sists of the gen­tle ma­nip­u­la­tion of del­i­cate joints and the ap­pli­ca­tion of mod­er­ate amounts of pres­sure to spe­cific en­ergy hold­ing points within the body.

This ac­tion gen­tly re­leases stresses in the af­fected ar­eas and in do­ing so, also has a con­sid­er­able ther­a­peu­tic ef­fect on the mind.

‘‘Ba­si­cally, it is an ef­fec­tive way to re­lease the neg­a­tive emo­tions in the body and mind.

‘‘This ther­apy has been well re­ceived by those that have had a treat­ment.’’

Pamela Hills from En­ergy Heal­ing Body­work can be found in Port Dou­glas on Fridays – call her on 0409 533 475 to book, and bring your health and well be­ing back up to scratch.

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