Naturopathy

Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of healing, which seeks to promote health by stimulating and supporting the body’s inherent power to regain harmony and balance. 

The focus of any naturopathic treatment is to increase the vitality of the individual, and to remove any obstructions, chemical, physical or psychological, which may be interfering with the normal functioning and internal harmony of the organs and tissues. The aim is to restore and promote the body’s own functional ability through the usage of gentle but powerful methods which are tailored to each individual. During this process the role of the Naturopath is that of a guide or teacher more than a therapist, with the patient taking an active and responsible part in their treatment.

Dietary Therapy The process of treating diseases of the body by eating a diet which contains the necessary curative and preventative ingredients and eliminate those that are harmful to the body.

Hydrotherapy Uses water in all its temperatures (hot to cold), forms (ice, steam) and methods of application (sitz bath, showers, packs, poultices, food baths, fomentation, wraps) in the maintenance of health and treatment of disease.

Lifestyle advice Essential lifestyle modification in order to treat prevalent psychological issues including developmental problems, abnormal behaviour, addictions, and stress, using various treatment measures such as councelling, mindfullness, meditation, guided imagery, EFT and breathing techniques.

Therapeutic Massage

A manual manipulation of the body’s soft tissue for the purpose of stimulating circulation and promoting relaxation.

 

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

A gentle form of body work which manipulates and supports function of the lymphatic system.  LDM uses external massage strokes to move fluids out of the body tissue and into the lymphatic system. 

 

Qigong Tuina Massage

Tuina is an ancient and versatile style of massage. It has been developed over the last 3000 years, and together with acupuncture and herbs is one of the three main modalities of Chinese medicine. It is still widely used in China to treat a range of conditions, both internal and musculoskeletal.

Flower Essences Are diluted extracts of various types of flowers and plants that are used to treat a person’s emotional state in order to help facilitate both psychological and physiological well-being.