Supporting Human Relaxation & Wellbeing
Saskia has successfully attained the Third Degree, Masters Level of Reiki in the Usui system of natural healing. Usui Reiki is a natural, holistic, safe, gentle and non-intrusive system to assist balancing, healing and harmonizing body, mind, emotions and spirit. Usui Reiki treatments encourage deep relaxation and a sense of wellbeing, assisting the physical body’s own healing ability to operate more effectively and can support and enhance other forms of treatment, including conventional medical treatments as well as alternative or complementary therapies. Usui Reiki can be experienced as a Recipient and / or learned as a Self-Care Practice.
What to expect:
The Recipient (client) of an Usui Reiki treatment remains fully clothed and lies on a massage table. The practitioner gently places their hands non-intrusively near or on the body, in a sequence of positions.
Reiki for Self-Care:
We can learn how to use Usui Reiki Self-Treatments to support all aspects of ourselves for finding physical, emotional psychological and spiritual well being. Including the Usui Reiki system in our Self-Care Practice / Routine can help us heal, harmonize and balance old feelings and fears, gradually ridding ourselves of blocked, stagnant energy and recurring draining emotions in order to find more balance, harmony and peace in our lives.
Saskia is an Acutonics-Practitioner-In-Training and has completed Acutonics Level I, II and III and the following Acutonics Electives; Fundamentals in Chinese Medicine, Energetics of Points and Meridians, Foundations of Equine Acutonics, Unwinding
Trauma with Fibonacci.
Acutonics is a unique energy-based and non-invasive approach rooted in Oriental medicine. It incorporates the use of precision-calibrated tuning forks, which are applied on and over specific acupuncture points. The sound waves of the forks vibrate and
travel deeply into the body. Their rich resonance and vibration connects with and supports the body’s natural frequencies, stimulates and balances the physical and subtle energy field and promotes wellness, deep inner harmony and Harmonic
For more information about Acutonics please visit www.acutonics.com
What to expect:
Receiving applied Vibrational Sound can be profoundly relaxing and rejuvenating and experienced as a Recipient and / or as a Self-Care Practice.
The Recipient (client) of a personal Vibrational Sound session remains fully clothed and lies on a massage table. The practitioner gently and non-intrusively applies Tuning Forks systematically on specific acupressure / acupuncture points on the body to
access the meridian and chakra energy systems. Tibetan Singing Bowls, Crystal Singing Bowls, Koshi Wind Chimes and / or Acutonics Hand Chimes are also used near the client to enhance the experience of wellbeing and relaxation.
Vibrational Sound for Self-Care:
Learning to use Tuning Forks for Self-Care can be a great way to start or enhance an already existing personal Self-Care Practice.
Tao Yin Yoga, Qigong and Meditation
Saskia has successfully completed Certification Training as a Tao Alchemy Qigong Instructor. This training includes Meditation, Qigong, Tao Yoga, Qi Self-Massage, Healing Sounds, Tao Energy Basics, Fusion of the Five Elements and Shamanic Chinese Medicine.
Saskia has also received training in oriental visceral bodywork and meditation practices and continuous to receive additional teaching & training towards certification and to further enhance her knowledge and skills. Tao Yin Yoga & Qigong are complementary Chinese exercise forms.
Qigong is a traditional form of exercise based on movements made without muscular exertion or increases in heart and breath rates. In the practice of Qigong breathing slows down and the practitioner learns to increase physical energy, release tension and
also create a basis for developing one’s spiritual potential. Qigong movement gently relaxes stiffened joints and stimulates the circulation of energy throughout the entire body without causing undue sweating or fatigue; consequently it can enhance overall health as a standalone practice or as part of an overall wellness and exercise routine. The Taoist system of Tao Yin Yoga, one of the oldest and most diverse forms of exercise in China, emphasizes the balance of body, mind and spirit with a combination of strength, flexibility and internal energy exercises. The ultimate goal is for the practitioner to become pure, responsive and full of energy.