AcupunctureAcupuncture

Acupuncture is known to have been practised in the Orient for over 2,000 years. During that time different methods and styles of practice have grown up but essentially they are all based on the premise that a state of health and wellbeing is achieved and maintained through the balancing of energy systems (or qi) within the body. Read more »

healingReflexology and Healing

Reflexology is a natural medicine that uses light pressure to the nerve endings in the feet to stimulate the body’s self healing mechanisms by encouraging a return to balance within all the body’s physiological systems. Energy Healing is a simple, safe and supportive ‘ innate to all’ skill we can all develop to varying degrees depending on our unique life path. Read more »

homeopathyHomeopathy

Homeopathy is a system of medicine developed by a German doctor over 200 years ago. It is very safe and suitable for everybody including babies, children, pregrant wimen and the elderly. People who have homeopathic treatment generally find their state of health and well-being improves. They can experience a greater sense of stability and purpose in life. Read more »

massageMassage

Sarah works as a sports massage therapist treating acute problems, soft-tissue injuries, muscular imbalances and postural misalignment.  Treatments incorporate trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques and Myofascial Release.  Sessions can include a postural assessment and exercises for strengthening, stretching and co-ordination skills. Read more »

CraniosacralCraniosacral Therapy

 Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle hands-on treatment, which supports the body’s innate ability to balance, restore and heal itself. It assists the release of tensions deep in the body, helping relieve a full spectrum of pain and dysfunction, such as chronic neck and back pain, migraines and headaches, digestive disorders, stress and anxiety, chronic fatigue and trauma. Due to its gentle approach, CST is suitable for everyone from newborns to the elderly. Read more »