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Inner Sanctuary

Everyone wants, and deserves, to be healthy and happy – but sometimes it takes a nudge in the right direction to get going. If you are ready to make the leap, ready to face your problems so you can get better, you have come to the right place!

At Inner Sanctuary in Colchester we work with the body, using Kinesiology as a tool, to achieve that seemingly elusive goal of health and happiness. Whether your problem is related to stressallergiesillness, depression, or anxiety  the goal in everything we do is to help you to feel back in control of your life so you can be your best possible self.

Inner Sanctuary is a place that will give you the knowledge to activate your own power, so you can achieve the goal of being your best possible self.

It is a place where you can come to receive support through 1-1 appointments, workshops, and courses face-to-face or if you prefer online, so it is accessible to everyone.

inner sanctuary colchesterMy name is Tara and inspired by my passion for alternative therapies, I have re-trained and launched a kinesiology based business offering the treatments I truly believe in and have seen tremendous results from.

Physical Stress

Pain, discomfort, weakness, fatigue, skin problems, digestive disorders, and illness.

Emotional Stress

Depression, anxiety, panic attacks, anger, fears, negativity, lack of motivation, memory loss and learning disabilities.

Spiritual Stress

Feeling disconnected from ones self, other people, and your environment in general.

 A few words about stress…

When you feel dis-empowered and your life feels like it running you, rather then you running it, most would describe themselves as feeling stressed of some description.

Stress is the biggest cause of sickness with the UK (HSE). Stress may not always be the term on the sickness note, but it is usually the underlying cause. It’s something that causes a state of strain or tension, as in “the stresses and strains of everyday life”.

Some signs of stresses and strains in the life you are living:

  • Physical: pain, body discomfort, weakness and illness.
  • Emotional: depression, anxiety, feelings of powerlessness, helplessness, not feeling good enough, negative self-talk and image.
  • Spiritual: feeling disconnected from yourself, other people and your environment,

At Inner Sanctuary you will receive information, advice and guidance that will support you physically, emotionally and spiritually to help you to grow and develop so you can feel empowered and back in control of your life.

Why wait until tomorrow when you can take charge of your life today?

PLEASE NOTE: Inner Sanctuary will not “diagnose” a condition, nor is it a substitute for seeing your medical doctor. You can enquire or book a treatment online, by contacting us here. If you want to know more about any of these enlightening therapies, then we’ll be providing insights and learnings on this site and our Facebook page. So please follow us (and share) to stay up to date ensuring you find out first about any special offers.

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