My Son got ill with a bad fever and headaches a few weeks before his GCSE exams started. We knew he may have been affected by some of the traumatic family situations that had happened in the preceding weeks, but he felt he was OK. He said it was the ton of sweets he had eaten that weekend that had caused or triggered the ill health!
As he was due to be sitting his exams, we felt he needed to be in tip top condition as far as his health was concerned. As we weren’t able to get to see Beata in the times she had available, we agreed that she would do a remote Body talk session later one evening to find out what was going on, what the cause of his ill health was and then she’d be able to balance him out so he got better quickly.
Beata’s report of why my Son had got sick was spot-on, very accurate indeed. We learned that he was indeed shocked and upset by what had happened at home, and that he had certain feelings which were new to him and which he was finding hard to deal with, and this included having to grow up from a child into a young man, having just reached 16 years of age. Beata balanced him out in all 3 areas and his health very quickly sorted itself out.
Beata did another remote follow up session later that week to clear up anything else that was going on, and picked up a few things which were sorted out.
J. recovered quickly and was back to his normal self within 3-4 days, having had 3 days off school to recover. I feel it would have taken much longer for him to recover if we’d not had the BodyTalk sessions done for him. We have also found in the past that when he gets too ill with a fever, if it’s not dealt with quickly and properly, he has had a tendency to get pneumonia which he has had twice in the past.
We find Beata to be an excellent practitioner in how she operates, her high level of knowledge is excellent and makes us feel like we are in safe hands. Her professionalism when dealing with people is great as well as her being just a lovely person to deal with. She is our first port of call if we can’t deal with a health challenge ourselves.