KOI THERAPY IS THE ULTIMATE MEDITATIVE AND RELAXING EXPERIENCE

Koi fish are a variety of carp. These fish are found in parts of Europe and in Asia. They are bred to promote the qualities of beauty in their appearance. Koi Therapy is the act of quietly, peacefully watching the activities of Koi in a man-made pond. Hence, the pond should ideally be in a private area where there will be no interruptions.

SO, HOW CAN I START KOI THERAPY?

In the near future, you will be able to attend Koi Therapy sessions at qualified locations. Therapists are already planning to integrate Koi Therapy into their practices. Therefore, you will soon be able to attend sessions at your local treatment specialist.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO ENGAGE IN KOI THERAPY AT HOME?

Yes, in fact you can get started right away. First, you will need a private space in your yard for the pond. Then, you are going to want to contact a Koi pond specialist to do the construction work. Surprisingly, you will find that Koi ponds do not cost as much as you might think. While your Koi pond will likely be outdoors, it may be possible for you to arrange for an indoor pond.

HOW DO I GET STARTED WITH THERAPY?

Engaging in Koi Therapy is simple. You will want to arrange your schedule so you have a regularly set period of time each day. Then, you need to stick to your therapy schedule. The way you do therapy is easy. You can stand or sit, whatever is most comfortable for you. Then, you simply watch the fish swim!

CLEAR YOUR MIND WHILE WATCHING KOI.

When you watch the Koi fish swimming through the pond, it will promote a meditative, peaceful state. Let your mind become quiet. Let thoughts pass through your mind without dwelling on them. Breath deeply, in through your nose and out through your mouth. Most importantly, make certain that you will not be interrupted.

LEAVE YOUR PHONE BEHIND.

Koi Therapy will not work if you are distracted and engaging in other activities. Turn off your phone and leave it behind. For Koi Therapy to work, it must be just you and the fish. However, group therapy is a possibility if moderated by a trained therapist or group leader. I hope that you will try Koi Therapy and see how it can help with anxiety, depression, addiction and life stress in general.