Feel More Yourself
Welcome to Preseli Healing
Professional Shiatsu practitioner, Qigong & Meditation teacher. Certified practitioner of VortexHealing®: Divine Energy Healing.
With over a decade of professional experience, Beth specialises in re-balancing the body and energy field to assist in accessing the roots of deeply held issues and/or disease. Pain, anxiety and stress related symptoms are usually greatly reduced.
Beth has had success working with many issues such as bad backs, digestive problems, sciatica, anxiety, depression, grief, low mood, asthma, tiredness, feeling ‘off’ and times of transition in life. The work she offers is very supportive both physically and emotionally, and hands on touch can be enormously healing.
Beth also offers regular courses teaching tried and tested methods to assist you on your healing journey.
Whether one-to-one or in a group setting, Beth offers a safe space for to you to receive healing inspiration, insight and renewal.
Elizabeth Edgell Ba Hons, IPTI
I wanted to let you know that your way of working is a stunningly beautiful/powerful experience […] it seems to launch/propel me further into deep stillness, and yet more peace.
Give yourself some time to Relax & Restore
In every culture and in every tradition before ours, healing was accomplished by moving energy.
Movement is Life…
In Taoist medicine our life force energy or Qi (Chi) is at it’s most healthy when it is flowing unhindered throughout the body. When we experience symptoms, aches or pains, feelings of unwellness or more serious disease, it is an indication that the life force has slowed down or has stopped moving altogether; this is known as stagnation.
Preseli Healing offers ways of helping your life-force move again with Shiatsu Therapy, VortexHealing, Qigong and Meditation.
You may feel an inward pull today, or a kind of quiet in the atmosphere that isn't just the gentle rain. In fact we are coming up to the dark or new moon. At this time of the month, qi descends through the central channel settling deep within the body system. The...
The Wood Element In Taoist/Chinese medicine, Spring is associated with the Wood element. Wood is connected with our Liver and Gallbladder, the emotion is anger. Wood governs our tendons and when in balance, lends us flexibility of mind and body. The colour is...
Remaining connected to the earth is so very nourishing for our immune system, stabilising our thoughts, focus and ability to stay on task. So what can we do to begin to ground ourselves? We can utilise the grounding forces of Nature to help us re-connect to Gaia's...