I am a body-based therapist in Edinburgh's West End
"It's helped my body to have the space and attention to heal" - SGS
"It allowed me to let go of grief and negativity that hold me back" - Carol
And welcome to my website :)
I practice a therapeutic method known as Zero Balancing - a touch-based therapy. Recent research has shown a single session to reduce stress by an average of 61%... And it does so much more. It can reduce physical and emotional discomfort, heighten your sense of well-being and, ultimately, is a powerful tool for personal and spiritual growth.
"When the person is well maintained and nurtured, free of major conflicts, free of distortions and negative conditioning, that person has the greatest opportunity to unfold in a natural and orderly way." - Fritz Frederick Smith, M.D., Founder of Zero Balancing
"It helped me to stay more tune in every day life, more grounded and ... I feel more grateful." - Lena, client
"I feel more relaxed and seem to have better and more positive communication with people after the sessions and more able to make plans to move forward in life." - Ester P, client
"If you can balance something to neutral without judgement or comparison by holding it in its own space, it will move to its highest possible benefit." - Fritz Frederick Smith, M.D., Founder of Zero Balancing
"I've let go of compensating movement and tension habits so my body moves more freely and with less pain. My posture improved without me thinking about it. I seem to have let go of resentments, and no longer give my energy to negative thinking spirals." - Helen, colleague
My practice is open although there are understandably some changes due to the pandemic. These are as follows:
I will issue an online consultation form before your appointment;
There is no waiting room so please arrive at the time of your appointment. I'll be waiting at the front door to greet you;
Please also wear a mask (unless you are exempt), sanitise or wash your hands on arrival and respect social distancing whilst walking through the building;
And, lastly, please bring your own bottle of water.