My Experience at Grenfell
Sarah Clifford, one of the volunteers who offers acupuncture to victims and families of the Grenfell Tower fire, reflects on her experience using the NADA Protocol:
The community atmosphere is heartwarming. Living far from London I am only able to get to the centre once a month; however, after each session I come away feeling like one of the community. It is great to be able to offer help to a group so willing to receive it.
Being a non-verbal therapy, the NADA protocol allows the client and therapist the space to communicate in different ways. Often this leads to a profound level of communication, as without words I have found a common ground is always reached. This allows for a deeper treatment.
With the intention of creating a quiet yin atmosphere in the room, it’s always a miracle to me to witness the clients experiencing true relaxation. To me this is what makes the NADA protocol so unique. It allows a deep ability to experience relaxation, which in turn results in physical and mental healing.
I come away feeling inspired and energised at the same time.
To me, NADA is a true gift that needs to be spread to different communities, both at work and at home. To be able to work in a relaxed way when there are so many pressures in life, is a challenge for everyone. I feel hopeful however that whoever comes to these sessions may leave feeling brighter, lighter and more at peace.