Energy Healing

Brennan Healing Science® (BHS) is a holistic, humanistic and gentle approach to healing which works with the human energy field and hands-on healing to balance, charge, clear and repair the energy field to help restore health on all levels.  BHS addresses the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, intentional and essential levels of the human being and human development.

Our physical body is surrounded and interpenetrated by this organized pattern of energy, the human energy field, the qualities of which relate directly to a person’s state of health.  Dis-ease or illness, whether it is physical, mental or emotional, first shows up in the energy field before it becomes apparent in the physical world.   In BHS, a spectrum of energy frequencies enter the field, replenishing and balancing the energy field which will take whatever it needs.  By doing this, the physical body is stimulated in its ability to heal itself and ultimately, the healing comes from within the client’s own self.  The role of the healer in this process is to help the client to remember, regenerate, and replace the frequency and flow of energy that it needs to heal wholly on all levels.

Sessions generally run 60 to 90 minutes.  Clients are fully clothed and comfortable on a massage table.  There is light touch on the body.  The deep, refined, subtle and powerful techniques of BHS are used to uniquely meet each client’s needs.  Clients may notice energy moving through their system and perhaps sense many new things.  The mind shifts and opens into greater spaciousness and possibility.  Vital forces free up, allowing more energy flow and movement in the body.  Consciousness is likely to clear and to open.  When any of these things happen, the whole system will shift, expand, adjust and relax, creating a sense of well being.

Energy healing is considered an adjunct to western medicine and not to be sought as a stand-alone solution.  However, each person’s healing journey is unique.  Healing may mean healthier relationships with family members, or it may result in the ability to know and do one’s life’s work.  For others, healing may mean coming to terms with their life just as it is or coming to terms with death.