Healings and Cleanses

Kat-B Healing

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What is Distance Reiki?

Kat‘s distance reiki healing involves the transferring of healing energy from a practitioner to a client by phone or through a communication platform available on the internet. During the session, the energy healer focuses on their intention, which is to heal, and channels the life force energy into their client’s body. Distant Reiki sessions work because energy is not limited by distance. Distance is only a physical limitation, so sessions can be done without clients being physically present. We are all connected, as we are all energy matter and part of a larger whole.

Reiki can be sent to yourself, or your home, if you are wanting to raise the vibration and energy of your home.

How do I prepare for a Distance Reiki Session?

Create a peaceful environment, whether that is going outside at work and finding a park bench in the sun, or sitting under a tree for 10-20 minutes. If you’re at home, sit in your favourite meditation space, a beautiful spot in your backyard, or lie on your bed if you feel like a rest. Anywhere you feel safe and know you are not going to be disturbed for the duration of the call. Log on for your healing session and relax. Kat will let you know when the healing is complete.

Are there any risk to health or side effects of Distance Reiki? What can I expect?

There are no known side effect of Reiki. Kat is a Certified Reiki Master but she is also trained in Spiritual Healing, Clinical Hypnotherapy and First Aid. She therefore operates to high ethical standards.

People often comment how comforting and relaxing they find the experience of Reiki to be. An interesting study reported that recipients frequently feel that they are hovering in a threshold state of consciousness, simultaneously aware of their surroundings and deeply indrawn.

Breath work

What is Breath work?

“Breath work is ultimately a practice that changes rhythm, volume and capacity of breathing. The reason why that’s important is our breathing state changes our nervous system and our nervous system governs all of our organs including regulatory function of endocrine system, which is our blood chemistry and that changes how we think and perceive the world, which changes how we live. So, if we change our breathing we change how we live.”

Edward Dangerfield

When we consciously connect to our breath, we are connecting to our life force, our spiritual essence and the source energy. Your breath brings oxygen into your body so that you can experience physical life, live and thrive. When you are physically or emotionally stressed, it affects how you breathe. Breath work helps to calm and destress the body, mind, spirit and soul. It can bring balance to the body. The basic idea of breath work is to harness the bodies natural energy and bring relaxation to the nervous system. When you breath in, you stimulate the nervous system, when you breath out, you rest it and release toxins and stress from the body. By harnessing the natural healing properties of the breath, we affect the level of oxygen in the body and the signals to the brain, affecting the brain chemistry and releasing tension from the mind, body and soul. My experience suggests that it also releases emotional and energetic blocks in the body, mind and soul, helping us to let go of unnecessary tension.

These breathing techniques, can help restore our innate balance and overall feeling and sense of well being and vitality but they can also enhance our spiritual journeys, having at times profound affects. Breathing changes how our nervous system works and can affect our blood biochemistry and influence brain waves. It changes the endocrine system, our hormonal balance, and it influences how we feel. Breath work can help destress the body, create energy shifts, release energy blocks and create big shifts and openings in your spiritual development, generating transformative change. Breath work can influence how we feel and boost our emotional capacity and resilience. It really is a journey of self discovery and everyone reacts differently because we are all unique. My personal experiences with breath work have been transformative both spiritually, having a positive knock on effect to my health, well being and vitality.

What are the benefits of Breath work?

When we suppress our emotions for long enough, those energy signals and memory gets transferred and stored in the subconscious mind or our bodies. There are occasions when we may still feel them but sometimes we are not aware of them. This was what what I discovered when I first began practicing breath work with a practitioner. I had extremely profound and powerful experiences, which suggested to me that major energetic changes were arising on many levels, spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically.

Sometimes during grief, we also feel numb and disconnect or disassociate with our feelings. We may have freeze or fight flight responses, find it hard to focus and concentrate, feel depressed, suffer from anxiety, heightened sensitivity, become easily triggered and have an inability to face or tolerate certain situations.

“Traumatic symptoms are not caused by the event itself. They arise when residual energy from the experience is not discharged from the body. Energy remains trapped in the nervous system where it can wreak havoc on our bodies and minds.”– Peter A Levine, PhD

This is what we are trying to target and release when we look at breath work. We are looking to create energy releases and suppressed emotions, that potentially automate patterns of behaviours that are generating issues in our current life, our health, our vitality and our well being.

benefits of Breath work:

Research indicates that breath work can alkalise your blood PH, have anti- inflammatory effects through out the body, ward off infections, elevate mood and has a positive effect on the your central nervous system. We can us the breath to help shift the nervous system into the rest digest state and relaxation, which to someone suffering from grief or anxiety, can be a great relief. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by stress and feel out of control but when we focus on breathing, we can allow and enable the body reset and recover from the negative side effects of stress.

Physical health benefits of breath work may include:

  • Balanced blood pressure
  • More time in deep sleep
  • Reduction of PTSD and feelings of trauma
  • Stronger respiratory function
  • Better immune system
  • Release of stress hormones from your body


Emotional benefits may include:

  • Fewer feelings of depression and anxiety
  • Better mental focus
  • Decrease in addictive behaviors
  • Allowing emotional scars to heal
  • Better outlook on life
  • Contentment and joy


Breath work has contraindications because of its strong activation of the nervous system and gland (endocrine system) and intense physical and emotional experience. With some health conditions, we need to be attentive when practicing breath work. Kat will therefore ask you to complete a case study report before your session, to asses whether breath work is suitable for you. To be on the safe side, always let Kat know of any health conditions and the medication you are taking so she can be more mindful of your physiological and mental state and give you better support during your breath work journey.

Do not attempt to do breath work practices if you are:

  • Pregnant
  • Have asthma – mild or medium (bring your inhalator!)
  • High blood pressure
  • History of surgery or physical injury
  • Thyroid condition
  • Diabetes – (bring your glucose)
  • History of seizure
  • Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or psychiatric condition
  • Actively using recreational drugs or medication that alters brain chemistry – painkillers, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety, stimulants, hallucinogens, etc.
  • Recent surgery or recent physical injury – (depends, advice with your therapist
  • Cardiovascular disease (angina, previous heart attacks, or strokes)
  • Detached retina
  • Glaucoma
  • Aneurysm in brain or abdomen
  • Kidney disease
  • Severe Asthma
  • Epilepsy
  • Any other medical, physical or psychiatric condition which would impair or affect the ability to involve in deep physical and emotional release. – (depends, communicate with your therapist)

How long are breath work sessions?

Kat will ask you to complete a medical case history and complete a medical disclaimer, running through highlights at the start of your session, providing no counter indications are present. Sessions are 1 hour long and include a meditative rest period at the end, so that your body has the chance to process it’s new learnings.

What is Meditation?

The great thing about Meditation it is easily accessible to all of us, almost anywhere, at any time. All we need to do is stop operating machinery and devices, find a safe and secure place to sit and lie that is conducive to relaxation. It is a simple but effective practice available to all, which can reduce stress, tension and anxiety, providing us with a sense of calmness and clarity, while promoting happiness, openness and relaxation throughout the mind, body and spirit. Although originally an ancient Eastern healing practice, meditation is now very popular globally and has been found to have many healing benefits. If you recovering from grief, it can help relax you, promote restoration, help induce better sleeping patterns, heal emotions and release trapped and surpressed and powerful emotions and energetic residual memory, that is affecting health and well being.

When you meditate, you may clear away the information overload that builds up every day and contributes to your stress and you release energy blocks. From a spiritual perspective is can create the perfect platform, foundation and environment to create a good connection to self, spirit, mind, body and soul, aligning and fine tuning you to higher frequencies and brain waves.

The emotional and physical benefits of meditation can include:
  • Giving you a new way to look at things that cause stress.
  • Building skills to manage your stress.
  • Making you more self-aware.
  • Focusing on the present.
  • Reducing negative feelings and aggression
  • Helping you be more creative.
  • Helping you be more patient.
  • Lowering resting heart rate.
  • Lowering resting blood pressure.
  • Helping you sleep better.
  • Help you heal from grief.
  • Creates a foundation for strong spiritual practices.
  • Greater adaptability.
  • Increasing empathy.
Mediation is an altered state of consciousness, one which is natural and gentle on the body, mind and spirit. It s a means of transforming the mind, attuning us to our intuitive nature. Through regular patience we can assess nourishing, focused states of mind that can deepen into profoundly peaceful and energised states of being. Such experiences can have a transformative effect and can lead to a new understanding of life, helping us to learn about the patterns and habits of your mind, and giving us a means to cultivate new, more positive ways of being.
Types of Meditation Practices that Kat has trained in:
  • Guided Visualisatio
  • Meditations
  • Mindfulness Meditation
  • Focused attention
  • Transcendental
  • Meditation
  • Clinical Hypnosis
  • Sound – Mantra, Chant, Vibrational Healing Sound
  • Ecstatic Dance & Movement
  • Yoga Nidra – progressive relaxation
  • Spiritual Meditation – Sitting in the Power
  • Chakra Cleansing – Clearing of energy blocks

What is Sound Healing?

Sound Healing, Toning and Mantra

Just like meditation and breath work, most of us have a voice and can create sounds and vibrational frequencies that are easily assessible to us. Which means we have a resource that we can use, that can help lull us into meditative states and create sounds and frequencies, which can move, shift and generate energy in the body to promote healing. These same processes and techniques can change brain waves, helping . Sound can be used for both medical and energetic healing. It can be used to create shifts, relax, rejuvinate and to keep us present, which following severe anxiety and grief, can be very useful to helping us relax and let go. It can also be used to clear energy within in houses and environments, establishing positive shifts and changes. Kat will teach you how to use sound, toning, chanting and vibrational frequencies to help you create connection and heal self.

What is Vocal Toning and Chanting?

Similar to sound healing, it uses the vocal chords to create vocal sounds to that sooth the nervous system and align the chakras. These sounds resonate in the body and affect our physical and energetic bodies, sometimes shifting blocks or trapped emotions. Used regularly it can restore balance to mind, body and soul. It is also a great spiritual technique, taking us outside of our physical awareness and helping us to connect to greater forces and field of energy than our own, providing profound connections. Kat uses vocal toning, chanting and sound healing in her own spiritual practices for connection with the divine and for spirit to use.

What re the benefits of Sound Healing?
  • Relieves stress tension & helps us to remain present
  • Improves concentration
  • Promotes health and well being
  • Provides increased energy and can shift moods
  • Shifts brain waves and releases suppressed emotions
  • Soothes the automatic nervous system
  • Creates spiritual connection and resonance, improving creativity

Spiritual Grief Coaching - Finding Closure

Spiritual Counselling

Sometimes following loss, we have words left unsaid, can‘t get closure and need to process raw and powerful emotions. Spiritual counselling and grief coaching can be a useful way to release blocks and find closure. Spiritual counselling can help, because it enables a person to relax and connect with their calm centre within, to be better able to express themselves fully, in addition to their higher Self. Be the friend of their soul. Actively listen and attune their heart and mind to their new reality. Be fully present and project vibrations of peace and hope.

Kat uses counselling techniques to discuss blocks and move through them by using spiritual counselling techniques, intuitive processes and her connecting with spirit, to tap into spiritual support from source and spirit. She is then able to bring forward information and awareness to issues and blocks so that we can finally say those unsaid words and obtain the closure we need.

This form of grief coaching can nurture and provide a sense of peace and help people move through grief to find a level of trust, comfort, which makes the happier.

Kat can explore with you:

  • Help you talk through issues and grief, active listening
  • Help you find closure to unsaid words by assessing her spiritual connection for greater awareness
  • Help you connect to your higher self for understanding and guidance
  • Use her intuitive and spiritual connection as a valuable tool to support you gain closure and process grief
  • Life coaching – She can help you navigate lives challenges and help you maximise your potential, addressing and helping empower you to over come obstacles, fostering personal and spiritual growth
  • Can combine sessions with other spiritual tools and practices that create openings for further healing and support
    Help you grow your spiritual understanding and awareness