For more information about Rebalancing:
For more information or to make an appointment, contact Janice Wood at:

Tel:     011/21.42.32   or   0497/26.87.60

Email:  Send an email

Address:  Hortweidenweg 28, 3520 Zonhoven

Rebalancing is touch and being touched.  It is movement, silence, breath, and awareness.  It is a way to mindfully explore your own body and mind.  It can bring tears, joy, anger, understanding, trust, power, acceptance, peace and even laughter.  It helps you to experience your true nature deeply and freely.

The starting point in Rebalancing is always the body.  When the body releases its tension, energy comes free.  At the same time, we can become aware of emotional and mental holding patterns that have a hold on us.


A different approach ...
Rebalancing work is not based on the idea that there is something to fix or to change.  The emphasis is on the discovery, understanding and loving acceptance of your true self.  The Rebalancer is more a guide than a therapist.  She offers a non-judgemental and caring space that supports your personal exploration.


Who can benefit from Rebalancing?
Although Rebalancing is neither a medical approach nor a type of psychotherapy, it can have a profound influence on both physical and emotional issues such as pain, tension, trauma, etc.

Following are a few of the reasons to have a session:
  • To look at behavior or thought patterns that no longer serve you well.
  • To explore physical issues resulting from stress, tension, burnout, trauma, etc.
  • As a supplement to psychotherapy, counseling or coaching.
  • To feel better in your body.
  • To create a deeper sense of contact with yourself through your body

Rebalancing techniques
Various techniques, both on and off the massage table, might be used to explore the interplay between the body and our thoughts and feelings:
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Joint tension release
  • Deep stretching
  • Self exploration ("focusing" or inquiry)
  • Body reading
  • Energy techniques
  • Cranio-sacral therapy
  • Body movement and breathing techniques
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I use Rebalancing in my personal sessions in combination with Somatic Experiencing.
Rebalancing
A journey from thinking to feeling to being
It's no surprise that our thoughts and feelings have a powerful influence on our bodies (and vice versa).  Rebalancing is a type of bodywork that brings insight and awareness into this interplay.
Rebalancing
A journey from thinking to feeling to being
It's no surprise that our thoughts and feelings have a powerful influence on our bodies (and vice versa).  Rebalancing is a type of bodywork that brings insight and awareness into this interplay.

Rebalancing is touch and being touched.  It is movement, silence, breath, and awareness.  It is a way to mindfully explore your own body and mind.  It can bring tears, joy, anger, understanding, trust, power, acceptance, peace and even laughter.  It helps you to experience your true nature deeply and freely.

The starting point in Rebalancing is always the body.  When the body releases its tension, energy comes free.  At the same time, we can become aware of emotional and mental holding patterns that have a hold on us.
Discover what stands between you and
relaxation, space and freedom.
A different approach ...
Rebalancing work is not based on the idea that there is something to fix or to change.  The emphasis is on the discovery, understanding and loving acceptance of your true self.  The Rebalancer is more a guide than a therapist.  She offers a non-judgemental and caring space that supports your personal exploration.


Who can benefit from Rebalancing?
Although Rebalancing is neither a medical approach nor a type of psychotherapy, it can have a profound influence on both physical and emotional issues such as pain, tension, trauma, etc.

Following are a few of the reasons to have a session:
  • To look at behavior or thought patterns that no longer serve you well.
  • To explore physical issues resulting from stress, tension, burnout, trauma, etc.
  • As a supplement to psychotherapy, counseling or coaching.
  • To feel better in your body.
  • To create a deeper sense of contact with yourself through your body

Rebalancing techniques
Various techniques, both on and off the massage table, might be used to explore the interplay between the body and our thoughts and feelings:
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Joint tension release
  • Deep stretching
  • Self exploration ("focusing" or inquiry)
  • Body reading
  • Energy techniques
  • Cranio-sacral therapy
  • Body movement and breathing techniques
I use Rebalancing in my personal sessions in combination with Somatic Experiencing.

For more information on Rebalancing:
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