Healing Modalities

Sylvia has studied holistic healing methods since 1969, and incorporates many different healing modalities into her practice, tailored to the individual client.

Licensed as a psychotherapist since 1971, Sylvia listens to and assists in transforming the mental, emotional, physical, and/or spiritual concerns of each person. Modalities include:

  • Jin Shin Jyutsu® is an ancient art of harmonizing life energy within the body. JSJ is based on traditional oriental medicine principles of a network of energy meridians in the body which feed energy to all our cells.
  • Zero Balancing® (ZB) is a gentle, powerful hands-on bodywork system, designed to align body energy and structure. ZB creates a point of stillness where the mind quiets, the energy fields organize and internal reorientation occurs.
  • Integrative breathwork assists in reconnecting to our spirit of aliveness and essence, releasing outmoded thoughts, beliefs and energy patterns, assisting in connecting the body experience to emotions and mind.
  • ThetaHealing® uses the Theta Brain Wave to access the unconscious mind and tap into the amazing healing/manifesting powers that reside in each one of us. ThetaHealing® works with the deepest part of our subconscious to find the beliefs we carry which prevent us from experiencing and sharing the powerful light within ourselves and  transform them.
  • Herbal support: Sylvia works in close relationship to the plant world, helping to support and nurture an individual’s healing.
  • Flower Essences are subtle, powerful allies to assist your consciousness in awakening to your true spirit and sunlight. Their special qualities and patterns of light create a powerful opportunity to dissolve the learned patterns which are no longer in harmony with your nature.
  • Energy Balancing and Healing is the practice of balancing the energy fields that surrounds the human body, clearing and healing the subtle aspects of one’s being.
  • Aikido translates as “the way of harmony”. Aikido, best known as a martial art, is based on the unity of mind and body, and the study of the spirit. Aikido is based on universal order and provides a base that helps people to examine and change ways of dealing with stress and conflict by teaching an alternative to flight, fight, or passivity.