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eutony

Alternative psychiatry
A “holistic” form of body-centred psychotherapy developed by Gerda Alexander, which resembles the Alexander technique, intended to re-establish muscle tone by facilitating the flow of blocked energy through the collective unconscious of Jung. According to the eutony model, patients (pupils) are hypotonic, hypertonic or eutonic.
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Bosses at Eutony Ltd saw an application to open the venue, which would have been called Paradise, turned down for the second time last month.
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Eutony Ltd had their plans to open the club, which would have been called Paradise, refused by the city council's planning committee, in February.
Councillors rejected an application by Eutony Limited to open the venue, which would have been called Paradise, after objectors raised concerns about Broad Street becoming a red light district akin to Soho in London.
The company behind the Paradise plan, Eutony Limited, did not wish to comment.