Feeling what you think and knowing what you feel. This is a valuable connection that is not naturally present in people’s busy daily lives. We apply corporate haptotherapy to look for that connection. We take people back to their core. The path close to yourself can only be found from within, from your own centre, examining the way you think, feel and act. You will gain the strength to take that path, wholeheartedly, peacefully and self-assuredly.
‘This treatment has brought me a lot. The conversations with Nicole and her treatments made me feel a lot.’
Jennifer P. Eindhoven
What is corporate haptotherapy?
Humans are the sum of all their thinking, feeling and acting. That is the essence of haptotherapy. Body and mind are connected and influence each other. In today’s society, we focus mainly on the rational side of things; there’s little room for feelings.
Sometimes you have specific characteristics that are considered negative, by yourself or by your environment. Often, you tend to hide or conceal these features with other behaviours. In other words, the balance between feeling, thinking and acting is disrupted. You feel that you are stuck, that you are alone, or that you are distancing yourself more and more from who you really are and from your true desires.
The haptotherapist focuses on (the development of) the client’s ability to feel. They use interviews, experience-oriented exercises and physical touch. Touch is the most direct form of communication. The haptotherapist uses these techniques to let you discover your pattern en what you experience when your pattern gets disrupted. The emphasis is on the feelings of that moment, so you experience those feelings in the safe environment of the treatment room. Eventually, you can apply these new experiences in your own living environment, in relation to the people around you.
Everything that is touched will start moving
Who can use corporate haptotherapy?
Get reacquainted with yourself
Corporate haptotherapy can be used by people who want to reconnect with themselves. For example, people who tend to overthink; those who are always considering the things they have to do, or worry about who they think they should be. This sometimes causes the following problems:
- Complicated relationships with others, both in a person’s private life and at work.
- Temporary overload such as stress, burnout, overstraining.
Clear or vague physical symptoms.
- Abdominal pain, headache, nervousness such as anxiety, restlessness and sleep problems.
- A significant change (life event) such as the death of a loved one, change of job/position, separation or divorce, dismissal, reorganisation.
- Quickly getting into conflicts with others.