When deciding on an appropriate therapy it can be useful to understand the different therapies they may be used. Although all can be effective, you may find one approach more appealing than another, or find that some approaches are better for a certain area of need.
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Traditional Acupuncture works to maintain the body's equilibrium by focusing on all aspects of wellbeing: physical, mental, emotional.
Good health is not just the absence of pain and disease.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures (a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility) and breathing.
Metamorphic Technique practitioners use a light touch on the feet, hands and head. Without seeking any specific outcome, MT practitioners create an environment for the person’s life force to do its own work and take from each session what is needed in their life.
Many people are familiar with the Bach Flower Remedies and have experience of using Rescue Remedy or Rescue Cream.
However there are many more essences available which allow practitioners to create individually tailored combinations for each specific client focus.
A Reiki practitioner channels Universal Light Energy into the client, raising the client's own energy levels. Its purpose is to stimulate the natural healing forces within the body.Reiki is safe, non-intrusive and non-manipulative, suitable for every-one Newborn to Elderly.
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle "hands on" therapy. It works by the therapist feeling very small rhythms or waves within the client's body.
We are not normally aware of these movements ourselves, but the therapist, by using a trained touch, is able to sense them.
Hypnosis is simply a natural state of deep relaxation which most of us experience at least twice a day - when waking and falling asleep. The hypnotherapist helps you to enter this natural state deliberately and use it to make positive changes.
This is a transfer of universal life energy through the healer to the client.
It takes place, fully clothed, in a relaxed setting seated in a reclining chair where you will first be talked through a body relaxation exercise to help you settle.
Homeopathy treats the individual aiming to stimulate the body's own, very considerable, healing powers.
Homeopathy is based on using highly diluted substances which can help to aid the body to heal itself.
Reflexology is based on the principle that certain points on the feet or hands, called reflexes, correspond to various parts of the body. This can help to release tension, encourage energy flow and act as a catalyst for the body’s natural healing processes.
Sports & Remedial Massage
Remedial massage is used to treat muscular and joint related problems. It is different from “holistic” or general massage because it is aimed at treating specific physical problems and is direct and precise.
Seeing a nutritionist is about much more than just “Healthy Eating”. We will work on finding the right foods for you as an individual. Nutritional medicine is a new and exciting science and can be a powerful tool in resolving all sorts of health problems.
Western herbal medicine involves the use of plant-based medicines to promote good health and treat illness. It aims to improve the function of key body systems to restore a balanced state of health. Herbs have been used medicinally for thousands of years and modern scientific research increasingly supports their effectiveness and studies their safety.
Facial Reflexology, SorensensistemTM
Facial Reflexology is a complementary therapy. By gently pressing acupuncture points in the face and stimulating specific areas, both your looks and your health and wellbeing will be positively influenced. It is a very calming and relaxing experience.
Person-centred counselling or client-centred counselling - is a humanistic approach that deals with the ways in which individuals perceive themselves consciously rather than how a counsellor can interpret their unconscious thoughts or ideas. It often uses a non-authoritative approach that allows clients to take more of a lead in discussions
The approach is one of working deeply with energy, helping people to overcome deep seated emotional, physical and energetic patterns which can manifest as aches and pains, illness, frustration with life, learning difficulties, depression, lack of confidence, low energy states and a lack of fulfilment or purpose.