A body-oriented approach
The Gaia Method is a holistic modality. It is built upon the perception that body, mind and spirit can’t be separated from each other. Therefore, it is more than merely a bodywork technique.
Therapy is often part of the session with a client before, during and after bodywork. The cognitive therapy is combined with bodywork, energy work, touch, sound, movement and breath. You can also say; it is a body-oriented approach into the cognitive material.
The Gaia Method is a holistic modality
Different types of therapy
Different therapy forms are used dependent on the theme of a session. Some forms might be; Psychotherapy, Trauma therapy, Sexology, Attachment psychology, Family therapy, Couples counseling.
The Gaia Method has roots going into Humanistic Psychology, Dynamic Psychology, Transpersonal Psychology and Para Psychology.
The therapeutic approach and view on a situation is furthermore inspired by knowledge from modern science of Neuroplasticity, Quantum Field Physics, The Poly Vagal Theory, ancient knowledge and traditions such as Shamanism and Tantra.