Wayne Noel Healing Arts

Methods Used:
Somatic Awareness, CranioSacral Therapy,
Myofascial Release, Energetic Balancing,

Inner Child, Breathwork,
Sound Healing

Relief from:
Chronic Pain In The Body
Resisting Reality · Addictions · Feeling Stuck
Autoimmune · Allergies · Anxiety · Stress
Parkinson’s · Alzheimer’s · Dementia
Migraines · Tension · TMJ · Tinnitus
Anger · Rage · Grief · Sadness
Trauma · PTSD · CPTSD · DTD



The mind and body are intrinsically connected, yet the modern western medical system often separates them. Suppressed stress and repressed trauma manifest physical imbalance in the body, and physical injuries manifest emotional imbalance in the body. It’s all connected.

At the beginning of my journey many years ago I started out on the path towards psychology licensure, but soon realized there were many rules put on therapists in that realm. Those rules direct a lot of what is done in psychotherapy to the mind, in many ways separating treating the mind from treating the body. This institutionalized separation between the two aspects of our being had me seek out a different path, one that addresses being human in a different way. It is my intention to bridge this gap in a way that helps people heal, evolve, and learn to navigate life using intuition more than the logical mind…

If you are currently seeing a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, counselor, life coach, or a marriage and family therapist, my work can compliment theirs greatly; helping you in breaking through subconscious holding patterns in a profound and new way. I am happy to connect with them if you would like us to collaborate during your course of treatment.


After years of pushing hard into areas of tension and getting used to deeper and deeper pressure, many people get used to a level of deep pressure that doesn’t actually promote healing. The body knows what to do, and it only asks for gentleness, safety, trust, and patience in order to begin letting go. As the practitioner I create a sacred space in which your mind and body feels safe enough to let go and be vulnerable. In this vulnerability your mind gets out of the way and allows the body to do what it inherently knows it needs for itself, rather than someone else dictating what it needs and forcing that outcome.


Think of your body as a vehicle that you drive around. When you take your car to the mechanic, do you sit in the driver’s seat while it is worked on? No.

When you come in to see me it is time for you to let go of your body’s steering wheel and allow it to unwind itself. When we work together, observe what comes up with non-judgemental curiosity and a willingness to surrender to what is.

Just, let, go.

This release of control takes a lot of trust on your part and it is always my intention to maintain a safe and peaceful space that truly enables you to fully go there.


Holding on to that which no longer serves our health and wellbeing literally and metaphorically makes us unwell.

People often begin their journey of seeking help by going to see a standard western medical doctor (general practitioner), and after several “tests” their doctor tells them they can’t find anything wrong. Months or years go by, and as the symptoms get worse they return to the same doctor, and are referred to specialist doctors. These specialists usually diagnose them with an untreatable illness, and prescribe symptomatic medications or surgeries that often allow the condition to worsen deep inside. After that point, when they begin to feel hopeless and desperate, is often when people find me. This can sometimes be several years after the initial suffering began.

Are all these conditions and diagnoses reversible? Usually, and not always. Either way, your quality of life will exponentially improve when you are able to fully feel and release the undiagnosable and unfelt injuries, traumas, emotions, and past experiences you’ve subconsciously held on to for so long. I can help you tap into the state of being needed to let go on many levels (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual).

If my approach interests you, I would be honored to work with you. The poem below is one of my favorites. It speaks directly to the nature of my work.


This being human is a guest house.
Every morning a new arrival.
A joy, a depression, a meanness,
some momentary awareness comes
as an unexpected visitor.
Welcome and entertain them all!
Even if they are a crowd of sorrows,
who violently sweep your house
empty of its furniture,
still, treat each guest honorably.
He may be clearing you out
for some new delight.
The dark thought, the shame, the malice.
meet them at the door laughing and invite them in.
Be grateful for whatever comes.
because each has been sent
as a guide from beyond.




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Breathwork influences the autonomic nervous system, promoting relaxation or alertness by modulating heart rate, blood pressure, and stress levels. Controlled breathwork can foster balance and calmness within the body and mind, as well as assist in releasing stuck energy & emotion.

Inner Parts Work

Inner parts work, including approaches like Internal Family Systems (IFS) and The Tamura Method, involves exploring and understanding different facets of one's psyche or internal "parts." These parts represent distinct aspects of an individual's personality, emotions, and experiences. Through therapeutic interventions, individuals can foster self-awareness, integrate these parts, and promote emotional healing and growth.


Sound Healing and Journeys

Sound healing utilizes the vibrational frequencies of sound to promote relaxation, balance, and well-being. It involves the use of singing bowls, gongs, and other instruments to create harmonious vibrations that resonate with the body. Sound healing journeys are immersive experiences where individuals engage in sessions or workshops incorporating various sound tools, allowing them to embark on a transformative and meditative exploration of their inner selves through the healing power of sound.


The Tamura Method

The Tamura Method helps individuals unravel the origins & impact of their core wounds. It fosters a nurturing connection between the Adult-self and the wounded Child-self, so that both aspects can be embraced & embodied synergistically.


Energetic Balancing

Energetic balancing is a holistic approach of promoting harmony and equilibrium in the body's energy systems. The aim is to identify and address imbalances in the body's energy flow, such as disruptions in the flow of chi or prana, to promote overall well-being. The goal is restoring balance and facilitating the body's innate ability to heal itself.


Myofascial Release (MFR) - John F Barne's Approach

Myofascial Release (MFR) is a manual therapy technique that focuses on releasing tension and restrictions in the fascia, the connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles, bones, and organs. Barnes' approach involves sustained pressure and stretching to facilitate the release of fascial restrictions, promoting improved flexibility, range of motion, and alleviation of pain. Addressing fascial restrictions can have positive effects on past trauma trapped in the tissue, as well as overall well-being by addressing the root causes of physical discomfort and dysfunction.


CranioSacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle alternative therapy that involves manipulating the craniosacral system, which encompasses the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord. It employs subtle touch and manipulation techniques to identify and address imbalances in this system, aiming to enhance the body's natural healing abilities.


Somatic Awareness

Somatic mindfullness and coaching is a holistic approach that integrates the mind, body, and spirit. Through this practice, clients are guided to develop a deeper awareness of their physical sensations and emotions. This heightened awareness leads to improved self-regulation, emotional resilience, and a better understanding of the body's responses to life's challenges.