When Amir and his wife Joanna set up Feeling the Healing, their dream was:
- To create a studio where people feel safe, relaxed and comfortable to exercise
- To teach and educate clients how to exercise correctly
- To enable clients to become consciously aware of correct body movement and alignment
- To create awareness of how our physical body directly effects our mental and emotional reactions
- To tone and strengthen the body from the core
- To allow clients to notice and change habitual patterns that hold them back or cause them physical pain
- To reduce stress and increase confidence
- To create positive thinking, renewed energy and greater flow in all aspects of their life
- To get fit and feel good in the body
- To learn to enjoy exercising as an integral part of daily life, like eating or sleeping
For the past 15 years, Amir has been on a journey that combines daily exercise and Body-Psychotherapy. Amir’s journey has shown him that there is an organic connection between that which makes the body healthier and that which balances the mind.
After undergoing a therapeutic process himself, Amir spent three years training as a Body-Psychotherapist. Amir has qualifications in Body-Psychotherapy, Somatic Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Reiki and Reconnective Healing. As well as having trained as a Kick Boxer, Amir is also a qualified Tai Chi Chuan teacher and he has been practicing and refining his skills for the past eleven years.
Amir believes that learning to move the body correctly in a unified way, leads to a more relaxed and alert mind. This relationship between body and mind is the key to sustainable health and fulfilment in life. He also believes that this balance is an essential for spiritual growth. Holistic fitness isn’t something you do, it’s a beneficial way-of-life that helps you look better, feel better, and live better than you ever imagined possible. It’s your key to enjoying vibrant health and finding your passion!
What we need from you:
To make the choice to make a decision that will change your relationship with your body and so create the beginning of a changed mind. You have to change what you understand exercise to be. Change that is a better more unified structure. To do that is a spiritual choice. It is that spiritual choice and
commitment that will lead to the desired transformation.