What is Colour Therapy?
Colour Therapy is a natural system of healing using the therapeutic energy within the spectrum colours to bring balance to the body, mind and spirit.
Colour is the purest healing force in the universe so it is not surprising that Colour Therapy is also one of the fastest developing areas of complementary health. Unlike other therapies that incorporate one particular technique only, Colour therapy draws on many different traditions from ancient to modern times. Colour is as important now as it ever was and Colour psychology is a well established field. It affects every aspect of our lives from the clothes we wear, the colour in our home and work place, and even our diet. It is a living therapy, with new developments taking place all the time - no wonder there is a growing demand worldwide for therapists who can heal with light and colour. Healing with light is a fast developing area of scientific study with many medical applications. Low level laser lights are now being used regularly in the treatment of many chronic and acute conditions and in the health, beauty and skin-care industry.
A Colour Therapist can help people understand their needs for certain colours, and advise them how to use these colours for healing, health, relaxation and creative inspiration. A holistic colour therapist encourages people to take responsibility for their lives and find the healing power within themselves using colour as a tool.
C O L O U R T H E R A P Y
can help you
Obtain health and vitality and re-build health after
an operation or illness
Alleviate stress, depression, loneliness, frustration and other emotional problems such as grief, rejection and nervousness. It also helps combat compulsions and obsessive behaviour.
Promote prosperity, success, personal growth, self-esteem
and release your creative energy.
Use and understand the power of colour visualisations and colour breathing for mental development and peace of mind and spirit
Create harmony and balance in your life
Treat chronic illness and problems that have not responded well to other treatments.