Everyone loves the sea. Being by water seems to make us more relaxed and no doubt that’s why we instinctively choose to holiday by the sea. The salty smell, the sound of surf on pebbles and the cries of gulls – they all serve to lift the spirits...
The Simple Things
Counselling psychologist, Dr. Victoria Galbraith, takes the healing, restorative powers of the sea as the basis for her SEAcotherapy retreats in North Wales. "The sea is a feast for the senses and a trigger for practicing mindfulness", she says...
Wood & Luxe
It’s amazing what a day out at sea and some sunshine can do for your soul. It’s invigorating, awakening and soul nurturing.
A visit to the sea can be therapeutic in more ways than we realise. The combination of the inexorable crashing of the waves, the wide open spaces and the refreshing sea elixir is precious. The sea has so many therapeutic benefits that you may not even be aware.
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Retreat to the Welsh seaside and wave goodbye to stress
Top Sante Magazine - June 2016
Dr. Victoria Galbraith, SEAcotherapy founder, discussing how the sea air revives mind and body.
Psychologies Magazine - July 2016
Dr. Victoria Galbraith discussing managing love and friendships.