Author Archives: Isobel Gordon

About Isobel Gordon

Isobel Gordon is a full-time practitioner of EFT, Matrix Reimprintingm, Shiatsu,and Angelic Reiki with over 25 years experience working at clinics, hospitals, at The Shiatsu College in London and her own private practice in Harrow, Middlesex. Contact Isobel on 020 8866 4326 to book an appointment or for more information,

Panic Attacks – Stress – Anxiety

Tracy was suffering from panic attacks. They were so bad that she would black out for a few minutes, in certain situations. She had a successful career as a manager in a small office. Everyone came to her when they had a problem, work related and personal. She had a very busy social life and… Read More »

5 tips for surviving Christmas

Christmas day is fast approaching. I don’t know about you but, I have been to parties and gatherings where there is food that I wouldn’t normally eat. And WAY too much of it. I find myself feeling obliged to eat and drink just because someone has bought and prepared food for me. I do love… Read More »

Benefits of EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)

How EFT changed my life (really!) I discovered EFT at a time when I was very stressed. The practitioner questioned me in great detail and pin-pointed an anger issue I had been carrying around for many, many years. I was absolutely amazed that, at the end of the session, when she asked me to describe… Read More »

Stress – Time to make some changes?

Sometimes there seem to be lots of little niggly things that aren’t quite right in our lives. You know what I mean – the door that needs a little kick to close properly, the tap that has to be turned off ‘just so’ or it drips! Our barometer Our bodies are very similar, appearing to… Read More »

Improve Your Sleep

When was the last time you had a whole night’s sleep? I don’t just mean 8 hours’ sleep. I’m talking quality sleep. Why is good sleep so important? Leading sleep specialist and former Chair of the British Sleep Society, Dr Neil  Stanley, recently identified that, “poor sleep is linked to depression, heart disease, strokes, lung … Read More »

How To Keep Warm

Tip for this damp weather ~ put a slice of root ginger into a hot drink or your cooking. One slice a day; too much will overheat you.