Do you feel stressed?
Lack energy and vitality?
Suffer from pain and discomfort?
Body Stress is a powerful factor in our lives and can undermine our health and well-being in many ways. Every day we are exposed to different types of stress: mechanical – such as injury, strain or bad posture, chemical – such as air pollution and food additives, and mental and emotional stress. Body Stress Release prompts the body to release stored tension and heal itself.
Welcome to BSR with Meg!
What to expect from a body stress release appointment
At your first appointment, the practitioner will take a thorough case history. Once ready, fully clothed and with your shoes on, you will be lowered on a bed that has been specially designed to minimise unnecessary or painful movements. The practitioner will test for tension in various areas of your body. Once the tension is located, the practitioner will use his or her hands to give a gentle but precise impulse to encourage the body to release the stored tension. After the release, the practitioner will explain what they found and how it might be connected to the discomfort you’re experiencing, and give posture and self-help tips where appropriate.
It is highly recommended to book three appointments within a two-week period to start, as Body Stress Release works as a process. Each appointment will take approximately half an hour, to 45 minutes.
I discovered Body Stress Release over half my lifetime ago, when my doctor referred me to a local practitioner to help with the extreme abdominal cramping I experienced. The effect it had on me was profound, and I have carried a love and respect for the modality since then. Following a happy career in the high-flying worlds of marketing and publishing, I felt called to change my appreciation of Body Stress Release into a vocation, and I now run a practice from my home in Woodstock, Cape Town.”
Meg is a licensed member of the Body Stress Release Association of South Africa.
Woodstock Body stress release practitioner
Freedom from body stress promotes a better quality of life
Physically, mentally and emotionally