“Teachers have three loves: love of learning, love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves together.” Scott Hayden

As a qualified teacher and perpetual student of life, I never tire of teaching and learning! This section has some of the resources that I have found to be interesting to me and often recommend to clients. There is an eclectic mixture of podcasts, webinars, recommended sources, book suggestions on all kinds of subjects; aromatherapy, nutrition, massage, research, emotional wellbeing and more.

You may be wondering what does Akeso mean? Akeso was the Goddess of facilitating healing, but representing the process rather than the cure itself. I believe that the opportunity to heal ourselves from chronic dis-ease lies within us all – you just might need somebody to support and guide you on that journey. Our bodies are always trying to maintain homeostasis – but we put it so out of kilter that it cannot regain balance. That is why I chose this name for my therapy practice – because all of us need somebody to hold our hand as we embark on that healing journey to wellness.

As I’ve said above, the one thing that a teacher desires, is to inspire. The way back to health and wellness requires self motivation. Nobody can do it for you and the clients that I work with that are willing to take on this responsibility, are the ones that improve. This isn’t something that is “done to you” – you get well because you are really want to. But if you’ve been chronically unwell for a while and feel overwhelmed, where on earth do you start?! The one thing that has helped me on my journey back to feeling well was knowledge and information, followed up with action. I spent years researching and reading and my desire is that others can benefit from that collection of knowledge and perhaps this library will help you on your way.

Please do let me know if you have found some great sources that you’d like to share and get in touch to find out if I can help.

Sue x

DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that none of this information is a substitute for professional medical care by a qualified doctor or other health care professional. Always check with your doctor if you have any concerns about your condition or treatment. Please note that complementary therapies are not intended to replace allopathic and conventional medical treatment and care. Nor are they intended to replace formal diagnosis and treatment by a qualified medical practitioner.

The content here is to provide information or guidance that could bring about positive change and such information or guidance is given for the client to consider. 

Thank you


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