Therapies

Woman Receiving MassageWhilst complementary therapies should not be considered a replacement for orthodox health care, in professional hands they do not interfere with medical treatments and actively supports the body’s own healing process.

Reflexology: Reflexology is a safe, non-invasive treatment which stimulates the body’s own natural ability to heal and rebalance. It involves using a combination of massage and gentle pressure techniques to reflex points and zones on the feet and/or hands. By applying pressure to these reflex points, the corresponding organs and/or systems within the body can be enhanced [more…]

Massage TherapiesMassage therapies include; Aromatherapy Massage, Indian Head Massage and Hot Stone Fusion Massage; these therapies can either be experienced individually or combined to help reduce stress, anxiety, insomnia, headaches/migraines, muscular aches and pains, chronic painful conditions[more…]

Craniosacral Therapy: Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, non-invasive, manipulative therapy which is used to encourage the body to rebalance and heal itself  [more…]

Reiki: is a holistic healing system that works to create physical, mental and spiritual harmony. Reiki is a safe, gentle, non-invasive healing therapy where the energy channels itself to wherever it is needed in the body  [more…]

Pregnancy Therapies: Pregnancy Massage and Maternity Reflexology are specialised therapies which can be used throughout pregnancy, including the first trimester, to help support, nurture and focus on the specific needs of mum-to-be [more…]

Reproflexology: is a calming and balancing holistic therapy that can help to ease emotional and physical stress and tension. Regular Reproflexology treatment, coupled with lifestyle changes by both partners can greatly improve fertility [more…]

Myofascial Release: is a safe and effective hands-on technique which involves gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue to separate the fibres and allow easy gliding of the fascia upon itself and other structures to help eliminate pain and restore motion.

Myofascial release can be used alone or combined with other massage techniques such as: deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, skin rolling, J-stroking and other advanced massage techniques [more…]

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