My name is Jacqui Storm and I have been on a journey for health most of my life. I am always on a mission to improve both the mind and body. I have come to believe, after many years of practice, that stress is the underlying factor of ill health of any sort. The breath is the key to change this forever, not only does the breath relieve such ailments as chronic back pain but it also re-ignites the client’s interest and motivation towards self help like no other form of therapy I have come across.
My Theraputic Breath Work training has been and is ongoing with
Education and Clinical Practice
Scandinavian College of Chiropractors Stockholm* Graduate – International Su Jok Acupuncture Association Moscow, Qualified Lecturer – Twist Therapy, Qualified Lecturer – Meridian Therapist, Certified – The College of Natural Nutrition, Advanced Diploma – The Avalon Institute of Rebirthing, Diploma
Ongoing Yoga Teacher training with Sadhana Mala
I started, as a teenager, to explore the benefits of Reiki, Reflexology and Deep Tissue Massage. I took a 4 year degree in Chiropractic* at the Scandinavian College of Chiropractic Sweden and simultaneously studied Su Jok Acupuncture, graduating in the summer of 2000. In the autumn of 2000 I moved to Bath, England and opened Bath Back Clinic.
Whilst working on peoples backs I realised the strong link between back pain, emotions and nutrition. This led me to study EFT and Emotrance with Passion for Health and Nutritional Therapy with Metabolics.
I later studied Natural Nutrition with Babara Wren at the College of Natural Nutrition and was awarded an advanced diploma in natural nutrition. I regularly return to Sweden to further my knowledge at The Stockholm Su Jok Centre where I qualified as a lecturer for Su Jok Acupunture – Cycle 1.
In 2002, Prof. Park, Jae Woo developed a new school of knowledge – Twist Movement Therapy. It was a great revelation in self-help and preventative therapy, leading me to qualify as a Twist Therapy lecturer.
I am now combining Spinal Therapy with Breath Work because over the years as a spinal therapist I have learned that chronic back pain is always accompanied by stress and emotional upset. A big part of the road to recovery is to address both these areas in life. The spinal work is focused around freeing the nervous system, realigning posture and re-balancing the muscular skeletal system.
It is my understanding that all human beings have an inner healing intelligence, and this is what I want to help people to access.