What is Crystal Therapy?
The earliest records of crystal healing came from ancient Egypt. The Ebers Papyrus states that the medicinal uses of many different gems. Healing with crystals is also recorded in India's Ayurvedic records and in traditional Chinese medicine from around 5000 years ago.
Crystal therapy works on the fact that living organisms have a vibrational energy system, which includes chakras, electromagnetic fields around your body, known as an aura, subtle bodies and meridians. By using the appropriate crystals one can 'tune' an energy system or rebalance energies, thus improving wellbeing due to the vibrations produced by the crystals, according to colour and chemical composition. Using vibrations of the crystals a trained practitioner can move, absorb, focus, direct and diffuse energy within the body. Crystal therapy also gives the body a chance to relax.
What can Crystal Therapy treat?
Crystal therapy can be used for a variety of physical ailments and mental and emotional issues such as tension, protection against negativity, grief, stress, depression and anxiety. In addition, it can be used for self-development, improving self-confidence, self-esteem, increasing creativity or focus.
Going for Crystal Therapy treatment
During the first treatment a brief history is taken including general health, medical history, lifestyle check and reason for the visit. When receiving a crystal treatment the client remains fully clothed and can either be sitting up or lying down. Crystals are placed around the body, upon the body and can be held by the client. During the treatment the only time the client is touched is at the end, to ground the client. The only exception is Crystal Reflexology when the client's hands and feet are massaged and held during the treatment.
How many treatments will I need?
The number of treatments will depend on the condition, but an average would be three to four. Many people like to have regular treatment to maintain health.
Crystal Therapy and children
Children under ten years old cannot be treated.
What will it all cost?
The cost of a treatment is £30.00 and a treatment usually last an hour.