This is a new therapy – pronounced Dow Yin Tow – a synergy of ancient Chinese and Modern Western massage techniques, harmoniously blended to create a widely applicable method which releases trapped and stagnant energy, thus allowing the body to begin the process of healing itself from within, often at the deepest levels.
This new therapy was originated and developed by Anna-Louise Haigh who used a wide variety of skills drawn from learning in Chinese hospitals and clinics and also on her 14 years’ experience as a complementary healthcare practitioner, teacher, lecturer and writer. The original skills on which DYT is based, are stilled practiced in clinics and hospitals throughout China today. Anna-Louise Haigh adapted these skills to suit the Western preference and create a more gentle flowing massage.
DYT is a energy healing therapy, focusing on head, neck and shoulder, working on key meridians which, in turn, have a therapeutic effect on other parts of the body, during and following treatment.
It is a totally holistic therapy which reaches the areas and levels of need presented by the recipient. It is ideal for :
It can :
The scope of DYT meets the recipient at their level of need at that time and gently brings about a healing response at that level.
Very few contraindications. Most people feel a wonderful sense of deep relaxation during and following the treatment.
An hour is allowed for the treatment which starts with a full case history being taken. The DYT treatment itself lasts about half an hour with the recipient semi-reclined whilst the head, neck and shoulders are gently worked. It can be used as a stand-alone session or in combination with other therapies.
However, costs can vary depending on time and location. Please contact me initially for a brief discussion and appropriate prices.
Here is a list of some typical questions I'm frequently asked. Hopefully anything you might want to know is covered somewhere on this page. If it isn't, don't hesitate to contact me.
Do you use any oils?
As a qualified aromatherapist, I can use blended essential oils to complement the DYT treatment. Only light oils are used as it is such a gentle flowing massage treatment.