Recovery after pregnancy and giving birth 

In pregnancy and birthing, a mother’s body goes through a lot of changes. Recovering from these changes can happen simply and naturally, but often there is a residue of stress and tension left in the body, especially after difficult deliveries. You experience a body that isn’t quite in harmony with itself, a body whose natural energetics have been disturbed.

The Re-Set Technique

To restore the natural flow again in your body you can experience a bodywork technique called the Re-Set technique. It is a simple, direct way of bringing the energy patterns in the core area of the body the lower belly, or Hara back into their natural flow. It gently releases tension and stress at the speed that the body is ready to handle.

Treatment Series

Usually within one to three treatments there is a new smile back on your face, a wonderful feeling of “I am back again.” As the Hara recovers its organization, so does the brain. The peacefulness of the belly becomes the stable quietness of the Mind

Results of the Re-set Bodywork technique:

  • Realizing your own inner strenght
  • Reduction of fatigue
  • Recovery from physical trauma
  • Enhanced self-confidence
  • Restoring emotional balance
  • Decreased anxiety

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If you would like to book your session you can contact me by filling in the form below. You can also ask for more information about what this Re-Set technique can do for you during a telephone call.


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