What is Biodynamic Massage?
Biodynamic massage is a psychotherapeutic form of massage concerned with the integration of all aspects of an individual - physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual within the context of an individual's life and relationships at home, at work and at leisure. It is derived from methods used in Norwegian physiotherapy and was developed and brought to the U.K. by Gerda Boyesen, psychologist, physiotherapist and analyst.
Biodynamic massage rests on certain theoretical principles, which it holds in common with other therapies -
Rather than trying to cure an illness, the aim of a biodynamic massage therapist is to understand with the client the meaning and message of an illness, and in this process symptom relief may come about through creating a new balance within oneself and life generally.
The basic premise is to communicate or make non-verbal contact with the client. It is a way of relating to each other, which transcends the actual method being used. Through this relationship, the client is able to relate to his or her own inner (bio)dynamic for self healing.
Biodynamic massage has a large repertoire of techniques to suit individual needs. Each client receives an individually matched massage session, but no two sessions will be exactly the same for an individual.