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FOR ALL BEINGS • 75 to 120 min • $/€30 per 15 min


Have you experienced violence, been shamed, abandoned, manipulated or violated? Are you subject to negative thought-patterns or conditioning? Do you breathe shallowly, hold your breath or avoid sighing with sound? Over time such experiences, patterns and styles of breath create and augment what is referred to as body or muscular armour.


All of us carry around such armour which negatively affects our vagus nerve (vagal tone), hinders the flow of our life force or sexual energy and depresses our ability to connect and be vulnerable. De-armouring is a dynamic ancient modality that uses shaking or focused pressure (similar to acupressure or pressure pointing) to support the release of this armour and help rebalance our body. For historical information, please visit the History page.



Sessions always begin with space-holding which offers the receiver an opportunity to share what is actively alive in their body and mind. This is in fact vocal de-armouring which begins 'knocking at the door' of ones armour - a gentle and effective first step. 


After clear boundary setting the receiver lays on their back on a comfortable floor mat. Using fingers, thumbs, elbows and while sometimes shaking, steady pressure is placed on the heart (sternum), lower ribs, stomach (lumbar region), hips (iliac spine), solar plexus and jaw to name a few. Continuous steady pressure to these areas and along the bodies meridians stimulate energy flow and pave the way for the armour's release. The process of de-armouring can trigger many things including feelings of grief, anger, guilt, shame and somatic expressions such as shaking, crying, screaming, humming, yawning or laughter. Please watch the videos below and visit the Testimonial page to hear what others have to say.

Must be 18+ to receive De-armouring. I am not a medical doctor. De-armouring is not meant to cure or treat disease, or replace medical prescriptions or treatments administered or presented by your physician. If at any time you become concerned with your physical or mental health, please see your physician.