Discover & Explore The Power of Hugs
As you are aware providing in-person cuddle sessions is currently not an option due to covid 19. It is all of our responsibility to protect each other especially those most vulnerable during this event. We are not putting our lives on hold but holding the lives of others in our hands.
I am already seeing the fallout from this event as an increasing number of people get in touch with me due to loneliness from social isolation to trauma experiences of front line workers. This is looking at being a serious mental health crisis.
But do not despair!
This is my new way of working and supporting my clients until we are able to meet in person.
I am offering virtual cuddle sessions via video link (the camera can be switched off during the main part of the session so you don’t feel self conscious).
“How is that possible?!” I hear you ask. Well, as a trained meditation teacher the session will run as a visualisation. Of course, nothing will beat that physical experience but I can hold you in other ways.
These sessions will run for 20 minutes up to an hour depending on your needs.
The fee for this new way of working is simple – pay from your heart. I will give a link to you on booking for paypal or bank transfer.
It’s that simple. You can pay before or after the session.
As it’s via video link there will be no need to go through the ID checks. ID checks will resume when in-person sessions resume.
This is a wonderful way to feel nourished and supported.
And if a cuddle visualisation doesn’t appeal to you then having a simple online one to one meditation may just hit the spot. We can discuss what your meditation needs are and work from there.
Certified and insured Compassionate Touch and Cuddle Therapist.
Holistic Hugs offers something quite unique and is beautiful in its simplicity.
Specialising in therapeutic, healing touch and human connection.
Using Cuddle Therapy & Coaching we create a safe space working within boundaries and consent whilst creating a deep and nurturing experience. It’s enriching and healing.
Consensual, platonic touch is not only beneficial but is vital for our physical, psychological, social and emotional well-being.
In the Media
You can find me discussing the importance of touch for BBC Radio Scotland on the Sunday Morning show with presenter Connie McLaughlin and Psychologist Dr Suzanne Zeedyk. Fast forward to 1:09 just after a song by Kate Bush to catch the interview.