I understand how you feel
Imagine waking up in the morning, quietly drinking your first cup of the day and as you check in with your body, you realise that you feel amazing. You feel healthy, energetic and ready to grab life once again. But that is not the reality right now is it.
In reality you are anxious about how you will cope, or worried about something that you have been trying bravely to ignore.
I understand how you feel. This is what I hear from my clients all of the time and you too, feel like you will never move past this problem.
Would you like me to show you how you can get back your health and vitality?
Surgery is more than a physical procedure. There are emotional and psychological aspects that play important roles in preparing for, undergoing and recovering from both ‘minor’ or ‘major’ surgeries.
Most people will experience some level of stress in the weeks, days, and hours leading up to their procedure. Often the feelings of worry and anxiety can build as the day of surgery approaches.
Every person has unique needs.
Some of the more common concerns include:
If you feel anxious or worried about your surgery, or you are experiencing trauma after your surgery, coaching is for you.
Benefits of Surgery Coaching
Many of us lead busy lives and need or want to return to our work and family as soon as possible. If you are well prepared for it, the opportunities for rapid recovery are greatly enhanced. Because surgical procedures can affect our lives in many ways, healing is more than simply a physical process. In fact, faster physical healing is supported when your emotional and psychological needs are met.
Surgical coaching can help you recover faster by giving you the tools you need to:
Along the way find processes that help you heal and that you will be able to use ongoing in other places in your life. Discover techniques that you can apply to other situations as you transform your life.
At the physical level it was clear that those organs had to go, but emotionally she felt side swiped and not ready and she was breaking down, upset with disorganised thinking, unable to plan.
We worked over Zoom on the shock of the news and then, after the breathing exercise, did the process that gave her body the opportunity to share the wisdom that it needed to. It seemed illogical to her at first that we 'coached' her female organs but that eventually became obviously the right thing to do as she felt able to say goodbye to them and accept their impending removal. The role of those organs in vitality and mojo was 'delegated' to her body as a whole and her body also accepted that they would be gone. (It was like a family member leaving home!).
Then I coached her through the operation, coaching the veins and arteries to supply blood in a limited way to that area, and return to usual flow in just the right way after the operation. For the immune system to step up in just the right amount to save her from hospital acquired infection, to heal in just the right way (rather than over do it with adhesions or lumpy scars). For her gut to be hungry afterwards and the bowel to evacuate easily and effortlessly.
She also had a couple of sentences that she was going to ask the anaesthetist to speak to her when she was in the anaesthetic induced hypnotic state, and had picked a playlist so that she could relax during the operation to that, rather than hear the chatter in the operating room.
She was well prepared. She practised the breathing technique three times a day and on the way into the operating theatre.
She healed well and started gentle running after 8 weeks. She felt 'whole' and happy.
I can guarantee that being coached up to, for during the procedure and after the surgery, you will feel more confident in yourself responding in just the right way, being able to help yourself, knowing what the right thing is to do – things that have been proven and result in:
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