Vibrational Medicine works with the Energy Systems of the Body

 Just as a room can maintain the feelings of a recent argument, so can the human energy field. It is therefore possible to ‘live in the energy’ of a row or a bad experience long after it has ended.

The various ‘energy therapies’ counteract this by replacing previous unpleasant energy that is no longer needed with pure energy, allowing you to return to a state of balance and positivity.

Vibrational Medicine is based on the scientific principles that all matter vibrates to a precise frequency and therefore by using a resonant vibration the balance of any matter can be restored. We often say that something resonates with us.

Vibrational Medicine sometimes called ‘healing arts’ is beneficial to everyone; old or young, stressed, unwell or healthy. Prevention, before any symptoms start, is always best when it comes to health and well-being.

“In every culture and in every medical tradition before ours,
healing was accomplished by moving energy.”
Albert Szent-Györgyi, Nobel Laureate in Medicine


The treatments are holistic, encompassing every aspect of a person including:

The Physical

  • Treatment can give a sense of renewed energy as well as relief from some symptoms.

The Mental

  • It can often relieve stress, and
  • Encourage a new more positive way of thinking

The Spiritual

  • Taking time to nurture yourself may help you to accept yourself and/or your current situation enabling you to find an inner peace and personal equilibrium.
  • It may also help you to become innately aware of what you need to do in order to achieve a sense of fulfilment – this is rarely to do with money!

The Emotional

  • A complementary therapy session can allow you a safe space and the time to release emotions, or to explore them if appropriate.
  • It may also help to make some emotions more manageable, and
  • Can simply give a sense of upliftment

Note: The treatments offered are ‘complementary’ and therefore you should continue to follow your GP or consultant’s guidance. Under no circumstances should you cease medication or treatment without your doctor’s permission.