Established in 2014 by Heidi Grillo and Liz Rapson, mandala flow aims to help clients along their journey in reaching their optimal point of health, resilience and wellbeing. As degree qualified therapists, both Heidi and Liz are passionate about therapies which increase positivity and flow within. They have continued to study to treat with therapies that complement each other, such as Reflexology (Chinese Perspective) and Eden Energy Medicine, among others. Each with over 11 years’ experience, their aim is to facilitate positive change.
EFT focusses on the root cause of emotional disharmony. The technique, which is easy to learn and use, involves tapping along the body’s meridians in parallel with repeating positive affirmations and can eliminate negative and painful emotions associated with feelings such as low self-esteem, phobias, trauma, anxiety, depression, stress and more.
I’ve been fascinated by how the body works for as long as I can remember. As a child my Nana would show me simple ways of treating some common ailments sparking an interest in alternative health.
This interest has taken over my working life. All of my therapies involve touch and to some degree the buzzing and movement of energy using acupoints.
I’m particularly passionate about the Five Elements and the Meridian System and how they affect the ebb and flow of energy in the body.
I became degree qualified in Reflexology with Chinese perspective in 2006 and have continued to add meridian associated techniques to my knowledge base. Because my therapies focus on a holistic approach each session is tailored specifically to the client.
For over 10 years now, I have been a student of holistic therapies and the energy exchanges between client and therapist, predominately from an oriental perspective.
I have always been interested in the benefits of alternative health – especially the invisible realms of energy, consciousness, thoughts and emotions. Reflexology, reiki and energy medicine has changed my perception of how we should look after our health and wellbeing forever. I became degree qualified in Complementary Therapies (Reflexology) in 2007 and in Adult Nursing in 2010 as a means to understand both holistic and orthodox approaches to healthcare.
As a reflexologist, I believe the future of our health and wellbeing may only be truly understood on holistic terms. I also firmly believe that the two approaches to healthcare can together make a difference, and the future of holistic therapies should include more evidence based practice, research and auditing to bring about a ‘whole’ modern system of healthcare.