Your body has a blueprint, a schematic of what perfect health is and is constantly trying to achieve this perfect health for you.
We offer a range of natural health therapies to help you achieve the level of wellbeing you desire. All our therapists and teachers are all highly qualified and experienced. Some therapies are claimable so please enquire.
For more information regarding availability and fees, don't hesitate to call.
If you are not sure which therapy will best suit your needs, call and ask to speak with Zoe so she can help match our services to your needs.
Practitioner: Mei Deng
Acupuncture is an ancient system of healing that was developed as part of the traditional medicine of China, Japan and other Eastern countries.
Acupuncture works on stimulating specific points within the body (acupoints) using techniques such as needling, cupping or moxibustion to rebalance the flow of energy (qi) through the body's energy channels (meridians). Qi is said to circulate around the body via 14 meridians and there are thousands of acupoints located along the different meridians, all of which are associated with specific organs.
An acupuncturist works on the principle that ill health is the result of unbalanced or blocked qi within various parts of the body and by restoring the flow of qi, the body can heal itself. Scientific studies have proven acupuncture to be effective in treating many disorders.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Practitioner: Mei Deng
Chinese herbal medicine takes an wholistic approach to understanding normal function and disease processes and focuses as much on the prevention of illness as on the treatment.
Most diseases or illnesses present with a core set of recognisable signs and symptoms, but the actual presentation of a particular disease or illness will vary from person to person. For this reason, people with similar health conditions may be provided with quite different Chinese herbal medicine prescriptions.
A qualified practitioner is able to prescribe a Chinese herbal formula that specifically matches and treats your individual health problem. As your condition changes and improves with treatment, the Chinese herbal treatment is also adjusted and modified until the desired health outcome is achieved. Chinese herbs can treat many conditions.
The link between the conscious and the unconscious mind can be used to identify factors that may be blocking the body’s natural healing processes. These blocks are often physically manifested in the body as trapped cellular memories and/or physical disease. Kinesiology creates deep emotional and physical healing by releasing trapped cellular memories.
Kinesiology uses muscle testing, which taps into the body’s innate wisdom.
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Practitioner: Alexandra Andrews
Coaching is the creative process and partnering of men, women, young adults and teenagers, to help them find the answers, awareness and forward movement that they desire. It is a positive movement from where they currently stand to where they wish to be. The coach listens deeply, develops relationships of trust, and observes, questions, clarify’s and uses a wide range of tools and processes. The coaching approach is professional, caring and effective in supporting others to transform their lives, work and relationships and fulfil their true potential.
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Practitioner: Fiona Donohoe-Bales
This is a disarmingly simple method of guided meditation that induces the body to experience deep muscular relaxation, and the mind to soak into a peaceful state. In this state, the body begins to release chronic stress, pain, past hurt, trauma, fears, phobias, and heal deep psychological wounds, bringing about profound and positive health benefits.
Practitioners: Kate Kessel
Naturopathy is the practice of assessing, preventing and treating conditions of the human mind and body by the power of nature. It is a holistic approach to health, taking into consideration the whole patient, their current symptoms, previous health history, lifestyle and diet.
Naturopathy also aims at educating, motivating, and empowering the patient to make choices to live a long, vital, healthy, and happy life.
Yoga Therapy and 1 on 1 Coaching
Practitioners: Prue King
Like private instruction, Yoga Therapy is offered on a one-to-one basis. In this case, the teacher adapts the tools of Yoga to help heal the student of a specific problem.
Where general Yoga keeps us on the steady path of wellness and regular practice provides the equanimity to cope with the stresses and various stages of life, Yoga Therapy specifically targets the root cause of affliction and aims to heal by curing or appeasing the symptoms, positively enhancing quality of life and thereby reducing suffering.
Because it is not chemical, Yoga Therapy is a complement to other systems of treatment.