Acupuncture

Traditional acupuncture is a system of healing practised in China and other eastern countries for thousands of years.

Acupuncture is a holistic treatment; it treats the whole person rather than symptoms in isolation. The approach understands that the root cause of all pain and disease are Energy Blockages.

The flow of Qi can be disturbed by a number of factors; • emotional states such as anxiety • stress • anger • fear • grief • poor nutrition • weather conditions • hereditary factors • infections • poisons and trauma.

Acupuncture seeks to alleviate symptoms and pain by assisting individuals to find balance in their lives.

It is a tried and tested system of medicine and is accepted all over the world as a valid system of healthcare and in the UK a qualified acupunturist will be registered with the British Acupuncture Council, as I am.

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Acupuncture - Facial Revitalisation

Beauty comes from within, but it can also be enhanced by many artificial and invasive methods from outside. Long lasting can only be a manifestation of good health and a tranquil mind.

Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture treatment may erase as many as 5 - 15 years from the face, with results apparent after just a few treatments.

These treatments improve circulation of the face and body, bringing nutrients to the skin and removing metabolic toxins.

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Acupuncture - Auricular and Electro

Auricular: Acupuncture in the ear to treat various organs and conditions

Electro: Acupuncture using small electrical impulses to stimulate the pressure point.

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Bowen Therapy

A Bowen Technique treatment affects the body in ways, which promote healing, pain relief and recover of energy. The experience of the treatment is gentle, subtle and relaxing and it is these features which make The Bowen Technique so unique.

Osteopaths, chiropractors, sports therapists and physiotherapists are among the many professional practitioners who use The Bowen Technique and all who practice it are continually amazed at the effectiveness of this simple and gentle form of “hands on” therapy.

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Cupping Therapy

The suction effect generated by cupping therapy can result in passive congestion of local skin tissue and thus contribute to the promotion of tissue circulation so as to enhance the metabolism.

Cupping therapy can stimulate the reflex of the nervous system to the cerebral cortex, contributing further to an increased rate of recovery from disease.

Cupping naturally draws blood to the external capillaries of the body and as a result minor welts or bruises may be left after a treatment.

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Guasha Therapy

Gua means to rub or friction. On the skin it feels like you are being scratched. " its like having my back scratched, just a strange feeling".

Sha is the term used to describe congestion of blood at the surface of the body.

The colour of the Sha is both diagnostic and prognostic, and Gua Sha promotes circulation and normalizes metabolic processes.

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Hopi Ear Candle

Hopi Ear Candle treatments offer real and marked benefits for many problems and conditions associated with the ear, nose and throat areas.

The candles work on a chimney principle, drawing any impurities to the surface where they can be gently removed. They equalise the pressure in the head and ears, making them suitable for most conditions.

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Hypnotherapy

Clinical Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness with the intention of therapeutic endpoint.

All hypnotic states are characterised by a tremendously pleasant state of relaxation. During the trance state there is heightened concentration for the specific purpose of maximising potential, changing limiting beliefs and behaviours and gaining insight and wisdom.

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Jin Shin Jyutsu

Jin Shin Jyutsu employs twenty-six "safety energy locks" along energy pathways that feed life into our bodies.

When one or more of the paths becomes blocked, the resulting stagnation can disrupt the local area and eventually disharmonise the complete path of energy flow.

Holding these energy locks in combination can bring balance to mind, body, and spirit.

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Moxibustion Therapy

Moxibustion is a technique used in traditional Chinese medicine in which a stick or cone of burning mugwort , Artemesia vulgaris, is placed over an inflamed or affected area on the body. The cone is placed on an acupuncture point and burned. The cones is removed before burning the skin.

Moxibustion is known for its ability to turn breech presentation babies into a normal head-down position that is considered safer during childbirth.

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Pregnancy

Everything you will need to alleviate common ailments during pregnancy:

Nausea, muscular or skeletal pain, breech or posterior babies, hypertension, labour preparation, Induction, pain relief during labour, postnatal care and pregnancy massage.

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Reflexology

Reflexology is suitable for all ages and may bring relief from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.

After you have completed a course of reflexology treatment for a specific condition, many people find it beneficial to continue with regular treatments in order to maintain health and well-being.

While many people use reflexology as a way of relaxing the mind and body and counteracting stress, at the same time many doctors, consultants and other health care professionals recognize reflexology as a well established, respected and effective therapy.

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Reiki

Reiki treatments are often life changing. First experiences of hands on healing vary widely, from bemusement to serenity, elation, and joyfulness. Sometimes there is a profound emotion release, characterized by sobbing and a sensation of being reborn. But what ever your initial reaction, be reassured that you have embarked on a positive journey.

THE REIKI PRINCIPLES:

JUST FOR TODAY:
I do not worry,
I am not angry,
I honour everyone around me,
I earn my living honestly,
I show gratitude to every living thing

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Massage - Hydrotherm

Do you.....

Find it hard to lie face down?

Have imparied mobility?

Suffer from claustrophobia?

Hydrotherm Massage allows you to lay on your back over pillows of warm water and the practitioner carries out a body massage around you without you having to turn over. It is highly relaxing and comfortable.

Floating on two 'pillows' of warm water, kept at body temperature 35 degrees, you remain face up throughout the entire treatment. No facehole required or lying with your head to one side. Your whole body is supported in perfect spinal alignment. The usual disruption of turning over just as you are.

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Massage - Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the combination of healing massage with the medicinal properties of essential oils from plant extracts. The essential oils are absorbed through the skin during massage and also by inhalation through the nose. The essential oils used are obtained from plants and each oil has a special effect on the body and systems.

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Massage - Hot Stone Therapy

Hot Stone Massage involves the use of smooth heated or cooled stones, which helps to raise tissue temperature, relieve congestion and aids absorption of fluids forming in the tissues, such as swelling.

The warm stones encourage the exchange of blood and lymph circulation throughout the body, and provide soothing and healing heat for deep-tissue work, to relieve stiffness and soreness. Cold stones are applied to aid with inflammation, to encourage blood to move away from a swollen area.

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Massage - Sports

Sports massage is a style of massage targeted to the needs of athletes and physically active adults. Developed in Europe during the 1920’s, sports massage was used to enhance the performance of Olympic athletes, helping them become stronger and more flexible. Since that time, advancements in techniques and the understanding of sports physiology have moved sports massage into the mainstream.

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Massage - Indian Head Massage

Treatment helps to relax the thin layer of muscle covering the head, improving blood flow, nourishing the hair follicles and alleviating anxiety and stress. It helps relieve muscle tension in the neck, shoulders and scalp, headaches, sinusitis, eyestrain, helps to promote hair growth, helps blood and lymph flow to the upper body, promotes relaxation, better sleep, sharper thinking and harmonise your Chakras

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Massage - Reiki

Reiki massage can be used to help patients manage pain and increase their quality of living.

Reiki massage differs from normal massage because the practitioner uses the techniques of massage to help relax the muscles and then completes the treatment by the practitioner just placing the hands still on certain areas of the torso, to send healing energy through the channels of the practitioner into the patient.

There are sensations that are felt, but they are different for different people. Some people experience a sensation of warmth or tingling. Others experience a spirit of relaxation and balance.

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Massage - Facial Guasha Massage

Facial Gua Sha Therapy Beauty comes from within, but it can also be enhanced by many artificial and invasive methods from outside.

Long lasting can only be a manifestation of good health and a tranquil mind. Guasha Therapy can help both body and mind, and make it possible for inner health and outer youthfulness.

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Sound Therapy

Sound Therapy uses both sound and sound vibration to help the organs, tissues, even the very cells of your body to heal. Sound is linked to the physical body by the eighth and tenth cranial nerves.

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Emotional Freedom Technique

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a psychological version of acupressure. It is a simple, non-intrusive, method of defusing emotional issues and reducing the level of stress most people feel in everyday life.

Every emotional upset you ever experience is stored in the subconscious mind. Remembering the incident, or having something happen which is similar will trigger the memory and also the emotional charge which is attached to it. This manifests as an interference in the normal energy flow through the body and gives you the bad feelings

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Personal Life Coaching

A personal coach is trained to assist you in achieving the big goals and desires of your personal and professional lives. Clients gain amazing benefits from being coached. It drives them from where they are now to where they want to be, faster and more effectively than if they work alone.

You can talk yourself to success or to failure. Which will you choose?

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Traditional Thai Yoga Stretch Massage

Thai Yoga Stretch Therapy uses the gentle pressure on energy lines and the yoga-like stretching to relax the whole body on a deeper level.

This deeper level of relaxation improves the individuals' personal outlook, and their emotional status.

This is accomplished by the gradual movement of the person through different yoga-like positions. This will enhance the persons' flexibility allowing for a greater range of motion. This greater range of motion and flexibility reduces muscle stress and strain.

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Thai Herbal Compress Massage

A relatively unknown body treatment in the UK, but one used extensively in Asia. Herbal compress is a common method of treatment employed in traditional Thai medicine.

Traditional Thai Herbal Compress is a massage without oil using acupressure techniques and light stretching followed by the application of the herbal compress.

This massage can be done through clothing.

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Thai Tok Sen Therapy

Thai Tok Sen Therapy is an ancient northern Thai practice that involves the use of a special wooden hammer, made from the bark of the tamarind tree, to relax muscles in a rhythmically tapping motion, ‘Tok Sen’.

Tok means to hammer or hit and sen refers to the pathways in the body.

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR is a powerful psychological treatment method that was developed by an American clinical psychologist, Dr Francine Shapiro, in the 1980s.

As a Senior Research Fellow at the Mental Research Institute, she published the first research data to support the benefits of the therapy in the 1989.

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