Kairos Therapy

Kairos Therapy involves the relationships of three broad areas of focus: physical healing, emotional healing, and empowerment. Performed on
a massage table with the client clothed, the practitioner positions the hands specifically to address identified areas of pain or discomfort. Unlike other forms of energy work, Kairos practitioners use a sending hand and a receiving hand which provides a more targeted and potent energy flow.

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HOW KAIROS WORKS

Each person’s individual experiences develop into belief systems, behaviors, and coping mechanisms over time. When these experiences are negative they lead to pain and stress that, left unresolved, can create blockages in the individual. These blockages often present later as chronic or recurring emotional and physical pain or discomfort.

When working with a client, Kairos practitioners try to find the source of the pain or discomfort as this can help improve the efficacy of the treatment. However, expressly knowing the underlying cause isn’t necessary for Kairos to have a big impact on the client. The body itself has a certain wisdom of its own and will often reveal its areas of need if and when it’s ready.

Kairos makes for a great compliment to those on a path of meditation and spiritual growth.

Since Kairos often leads to a heightened sense of relaxation, it helps those who meditate to reach further depths of their processes, resulting in a fuller sense of inner peace.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM A SESSION

After a brief talk designed to help guide the therapy, the client will lay on the massage table fully clothed. The practitioner will place their hands gently on the client’s body and will start the targeted flow of energy between their hands.

You may go into a refreshing sleep, feel warmth, tingles or other physical sensations, see images or colors, feel emotions, recall memories, become deeply relaxed, or discover resolution to a current problem.

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KAIROS CAN HELP WITH THE FOLLOWING and MORE

  • Recovery from a variety of abuses

  • Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

  • Irritable bowel

  • Migraine

  • Mourning and grief

  • Stress and anxiety

  • Phobias

  • Panic attacks

  • Recovery from trauma

  • Blocked sexual feelings

  • Eating disorders

  • Chronic pain