Body-oriented therapy helps patients by using body contact. It helps patients not only to relax, but also has a beneficial effect on their emotional state. It helps patients who suffer from neuroses, depression and sleep disorders. Body-oriented therapy is an integral part of the relaxation program for patients who suffer from stress and fatigue.
Body-oriented therapy helps to eliminate negative emotions, as well as helping patients with bronchial asthma, peptic ulcer disease and many other illnesses. Body-oriented therapy is the first step towards recovery.