Suzi Morris clears negative energies and atmospheres (and unwelcome entities and ghosts) for her property healing service, so they feel and look lighter, brighter, warm and welcoming.
Her work is particularly beneficial for wedding venues and reception areas (please note that Suzi only works on secular buildings), stately homes, flats, studios, offices, historic buildings, farms, land and stables.
Suzi applies two techniques – dowsing and Vortex Healing Energetic Therapy – in which she is a fully trained and certified practitioner. The Vortex technique originated in India some 5,600 years ago and is a method by which divine light or energy is channelled in a specific direction by the healer to clear away negative, heavy atmospheres and replace them with uplifting, positive energy.
Suzi also uses dowsing rods to locate areas of geopathic stress, which can result in Sick Building Syndrome. She then advises on repositioning of work, relaxation and sleeping areas within a room. The method is described in further detail below.
Suzi channels the powerful healing energy of the Vortex, directing it to where it is most needed, whether on a physical, emotional or mental level. This produces a supreme feeling of deep relaxation, happiness and well-being. The most stressed, anxious people get immediate relief.
Vortex Healing® is particularly effective at relieving, improving and combatting the following ailments and conditions :
Suzi Morris is a renowned Vortex Healer and Alexander Technique teacher, with 30 years of experience of treating people, places, animals and objects.
Vortex Healing is a millennia-old method by which beneficial healing energy is channelled onto targeted problem areas by the practitioner. It clears away negative atmospheres and “blocks”, and can replace them with a positive, uplifting energy.
Non-invasive, gentle and therapeutic, the Vortex Healing technique is particularly beneficial to anxious, distressed and depressed animals, whose behaviour is notably more relaxed after a session with Suzi.
Suzi has worked on horses that have suffered physical injury, including shoulder injuries and compensation in movement, and on animals that suffer emotional distress, including depression, fatigue and anxiety, and stress, overwork or maltreatment.