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Samata Soul

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Samata means equanimity, balance, and harmony.

We believe in an integrative approach to health and well-being, and provide a host of holistic services and tools that can enhance the body, mind, and spirit. We know that being well is not limited to living free of symptoms or ailments, but about living with vitality and joy. With an integrative approach, we focus on healing as a whole – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually – with the awareness that these aspects of Self are inherently connected. 

Integrative Wellness is a lifestyle practice. We support our clients to actively engage in their own healing, empowering them to take new and sustained action towards a more fulfilling and resilient life. 

The defining principles of an integrative approach are:

  • The client and practitioner are partners in the healing process.

  • All factors that influence health, wellness, and disease are taken into consideration, including body, mind, spirit and community.

  • Providers use all healing sciences to facilitate the body’s innate healing response.

  • Effective interventions that are natural and less invasive are used whenever possible.

  • Good medicine is based on good science. It is inquiry driven and open to new paradigms.

  • Alongside the concept of treatment, the broader concepts of health promotion and the prevention of illness are paramount.


About Experiential Psychotherapy/Somatic Experiencing

The Somatic Experiencing method is an additional “tool” in the skill set of a psychotherapist.

It is a body-oriented psychobiological approach that emphasizes guiding the client's attention to the bodily sensations of their experience in a very specific manner in order to help the nervous system to slowly, carefully and organically release traumatic shock at the emotional, and most important, at the physiological level.

High stress, or cumulative stress may lead to an injury of the nervous system, resulting in what is often called trauma. It is when the body continues to perceive itself as still under threat, even though there is no actual threat being present. It may be physical, emotional, or developmental trauma, or several types at the same time.

Unresolved trauma creates effects that people often do not realize are connected to their past traumatic experiences. It may include feelings and sensations such as: being anxious, exhausted, or indifferent; being trapped with a constant repeated loops of thinking, memories, or internal images; inability to sleep properly; not being able to focus, or take action toward that what is needed, or desired to be done; avoiding contact with other people; experiencing uncomfortable bodily sensations, such as breathlessness, surface breathing, or panic breathing, different types of aches, unpleasant stomach feelings, digestive upsets, blushing, muscle tension, fatigue, ear muffling, and many other possible manifestations of stress.

It may feel as if those symptoms are coming out of nowhere, or they are always present at the background of one’s life, periodically coming into the foreground.

The Somatic Experiencing approach offers a framework to assess where a person’s nervous system is “stuck” in the self-protective and defensive biological responses, and provides clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states, transform old patterns, and strengthen resiliency. It works to turn off this threat alarm that at times causes severe dysregulation and dissociation. Ultimately, in the process of therapy clients gain more freedom and a sense of aliveness.

About Pranic Healing

Pranic Healing is the ancient art/science of healing that utilizes prana or Qi or life energy to heal a person. It is based on the conscious or unconscious transference of life energy.

Modern Pranic Healing is an energy healing system based on the body’s innate ability to heal itself through the use of prana*. Developed by Master Choa Kok Sui, it is a clear, concise and systematic approach to energy healing. Equal parts art and science, it is often referred to as a cookbook approach to energy healing.

Modern Pranic Healing is a safe and effective way of healing naturally. It can be used widely, from improving energy levels and promoting a sense of balance and inner peace, to addressing a range of conditions that could be physiological, emotional or psychological in origin. For many pranic healers, pranic healing is a way of life guided by an understanding of the energy body, or aura, and the impact of subtle energy on our lives.

Pranic Psychotherapy refers to the use of pranic healing for preventing, alleviating and treating psychological ailments. Its aim is to complement modern medicine and to efficiently help those who are dealing with a range of psychological ailments. It is very effective in dealing with the most common psychological ailment of all, stress, which is often a major factor in the breakdown of relationships. It can also be used preventively or proactively to maintain positive thoughts and emotions and remain calm and focused on a day-to-day basis.