KI or Kiloby Inquiries is an approach based on Scott Kiloby’s assertion that “life is like a dream, but we treat it like a fixed, objective reality. And this is why we suffer”.
Probably unlike anything you’ve come across before, KI’s focus is on deprogramming suffering. This is achieved through breaking the ‘velcro effect’ that sticks feelings to thoughts. The approach could be described as ‘applied mindfulness’ – mindfulness applied to very specific situations in specific ways.
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Biodynamic Breathwork is a trauma-informed mixed-modality approach, focused on releasing the holding patterns of tension in the body. The six elements of BBTRS are breath, sound, touch, movement, emotional release, and meditation. The BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System® 6-Element approach empowers your body’s natural process for healing from start to finish, releasing chronic tension and restructuring your systems on a cellular level.
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Somatic Coaching includes the whole body, all of one’s experience, rather than just the head. Somatic coaching moves the centre of learning from the head into the body, giving you access to all aspects of your intelligence—intellectual, emotional, and physical. Find clarity and opportunity with a somatic-focused approach to to holistic coaching, and look to the future with renewed optimism and contentment.
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Biodynamic Psychotherapy is a vital mind-body treatment that focuses on the contrast between what is presented by the patient and latent content. Both the therapist and the patient work together in diagnosing the conscious in a nonjudgmental and physical manner.
The patient’s behavioural symptoms, memories, feelings and imagination are looked at during this diagnosis. The session supports the client’s progress on their own time that way they will feel a sense of achievement. Treatment focuses on emotional cycles in the patient and how their body responds to them. Through massage and tranquility the therapist allows energy to continue circulating throughout the body.
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