Stamford volunteer travels at 100 mph
A MindSpace Stamford volunteer travelled on the fastest zip line in the world meaning the charity can provide holistic mental health therapy evenings.
Lorraine Boon ‘flew’ down Velocity 2 at Zip World in Wales in June, raising £529.51 and meaning MindSpace can now put on the holistic therapy evenings twice a month.
The money raised by Lorraine, a qualified therapist in Neuro-Muscular Transmission and Reiki which are both holistic therapies that help the body to relax, has gone towards a therapy bed, two therapy chairs, privacy screens, blankets and other equipment required for a relaxing atmosphere.
“I recommend anyone and everyone to experience Natural MindSpace,” said Lorraine.
“Life these days is so busy and fast and taking some time back for yourselves may well benefit you in many different ways.
“Neuro-Muscular Transmission and Reiki can help tremendously with anger, anxiety, bereavemement, depression, fears, stress, compressed nerves, headaches, muscular aches and pains, restricted joint mobility, whiplash and more.”
It works by allowing discreet realignment to take place, promoting calmness and more freedom to deal with life’s upheavals.
Joan Campbell, a member who has experienced the holistic therapies, said: “The sessions are now so beneficial because we have appropriate background music, subdued lighting and the new bed and chairs are really comfortable.”
The sessions are held at MindSpace Stamford on Recreation Ground Road every first and third Monday of each month between 7pm and 9pm.
Donations are welcome.
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