A Man’s Experience – Construction Industry and Sports Injuries

by Greg Jordan, Lennox Head, Australia

I am writing about my experience of being a patient of Kate Greenaway at Universal Medicine and the benefits I received through ongoing treatments.

I started seeing Kate Greenaway in 2007- 2008 at age 38 for treatments relating to stiffness, mobility and associated pain in my neck from two car accidents in my twenties, one near fatal, as well as 15-20 years of being hard on my body working in the construction/building industry, and also sporting injuries.

The first thing I noticed when I first started the treatments was the gentleness and non-invasive nature of them. There was also a strong depth of connection felt and a few times I even fell asleep in the session, which was rare for me as for twenty years previously I had been running on a lot of adrenaline and could only fall asleep at the end of a day – self medicated with dope and alcohol. I only had two speeds – flat out, or flat, passed out.

So profound was my experience that it made me more interested in myself health wise, and also the work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine.

There have been at least two occasions where my lower back went out, to the point of not being able to walk properly or drive a car. I was astounded that, in this case, with one session of light connective tissue work, gentle Esoteric Massage and cranial sacral work from Kate Greenaway, my back was fixed. Prior to seeing her, in a state of panic I went somewhere else twice and was painfully stretched and cracked but it did not relieve the problem.

Astounded and happy to be pain free I continued to see Kate regularly through 2008 and 2009. My body was feeling better – no chronic neck pain, and my mobility was a lot better. I then started to take better care of myself and learn to know my limitations and the old patterns of overdoing it dissipated.

During this time and even more now, I realised that this Esoteric Healing can go very deep, deeper than anything else that I have experienced so far, and when we take responsibility for ourselves and our wellbeing, mixed with a healthy more balanced lifestyle and loving relationships it creates a life where joy can be a constant theme. Not just pushing to get things done, or the ‘no pain no gain’ slogan I’d heard all my life.

I now live my life without pain or stiffness in my back, neck and shoulders, I feel like my body is closer to my twenties/teens in suppleness – not the hard-ass version I had been creating previously.

Thank you Kate Greenaway and Serge Benhayon, and the other Universal Medicine practitioners I have seen, for the life changing effect of these healing modalities. Keep up the great work you guys do for people everywhere.

124 thoughts on “A Man’s Experience – Construction Industry and Sports Injuries

  1. We have a tendency to think that unless we are being pulled apart trying to put the bones back into place nothing is being done and we expect results straight away. From what I have observed too the stretching and cracking bones does not get to the root of the problem and therefore only temporarily if that, relieves the problem. It is testimonials like Greg’s that can change the way we view healing the body in that it is through the gentle approach of the Esoteric Modalities that truly makes a difference and no longer are we in pain. Truly miraculous. Thank you for sharing Greg.

  2. Connective Tissue Therapy is a miracle, I’ve experienced it a number of times, and it’s amazing at creating a feeling of spaciousness and steadiness in your body that leaves you feeling supple and steadfast and ready for anything that life throws at you. It’s without doubt an amazing modality.

  3. What an amazing transformation Greg. I love what you have shared about how the theme in your life has changed to being more consistently one of joy, through all areas in your life, including loving relationships. Isn’t that how our normal way of living should be? For it seems crazy that we have been accepting less than this.

  4. Discovering the these modality was life changing for me too, what a great way to express your appreciation Greg, you have a great down to earth style of writing too, no fuss but plenty of love.

  5. I have really benefited from Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy. It is so very gentle, but very powerful.

  6. I remember some years ago starting treatment with Kate Greenaway and having Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy. I had had many treatments before for chronic pain and injuries and nothing came close to this. I couldn’t believe how something so gentle could have such an enormous impact and an ongoing impact. Like this article is saying I believed the harder the better when in fact this has never worked and now that I can see how being truly gentle is far far more powerful. This has been showed to me over and over again, it’s also something I have experienced first hand many times, it’s has been life changing and what is more it continues to be so.

  7. Thank you Greg for an inspirational blog about the amazing changes that have happened in your body due to your own self loving ways and the amazing modalities of Universal Medicine, I love Connective Tissue sessions, so very powerful to heal in a very gentle and tender way.

  8. Somehow, we are under the impression that hard bodywork is what a body that is out of order needs to bring it back up. There are countless modalities that build upon such image. This is not at all the case with Universal Medicine therapies and practitioners. They re-imprint a body with movements that bring it back to its true movement. This is why the impact is so clear and so amazing.

  9. The gentleness and non-invasiveness way through which Connective Tissue is applied is extra-ordinary and quite something. I have had Connective Tissue recently and I was astounded by the level of depth and spaciousness I felt in my body as the reconfigurations occurred supporting my body to heal.

  10. Connective Tissue Therapy and Esoteric Healing Modalities are a foundational support for my well-being and I’ve never looked back at the days when lower-back pain was a familiar occurrence.

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