About Complementary Healthcare

“The greatest force in the human body is the natural drive of the body to heal itself – but that force is not independent of the belief system, which can translate expectations into physiological change. Nothing is more wondrous about the fifteen billion neurons in the human brain than their ability to convert thoughts, hopes, ideas, and attitudes into chemical substances. Everything begins, therefore, with belief. What we believe is the most powerful option of all.”
Norman Cousins

Illness is created by a physical, mental or emotional imbalance. Most of these imbalances are created as a result of what we experience in our daily lives. Emotional issues, stress, injury and illness all induce a state of dis-ease and imbalance within the body and mind. This is because what goes on within the body and mind, including external lifestyle factors, are all connected and interconnected. Knowing this, highly trained, qualified and experienced Complementary Therapists are able to consult and treat using a Professional Holistic Approach. This approach is characterised by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account the mental, emotional, dietary, occupational and social factors and not just the physical presenting symptoms.

Many complementary therapies have been known to have been practised for thousands of years by various ancient civilisations including the Egyptians, Chinese, Japanese and Native Americans. These complementary therapies include Massage, Reiki and Reflexology and have many benefits.

When imbalance occurs and the vital energy flow becomes blocked, this can prevent the mind, body and all its systems from functioning effectively. Complementary therapies can help to restore the body’s natural balance and homeostasis by stimulating the natural healing process with the use of different techniques which also promote a deep state of relaxation and sense of well-being. This has an important effect on the mind and body connection that can then allow for the elimination of toxins, increase energy levels, boost the immune system, improve circulation, aid pain relief, reduce stress and tension, improve sleep patterns and restore balance to the body’s systems.

Regular use of complementary therapies can also give strength to the body and mind through relaxation and restored balance, which helps us to cope better with life’s challenges and thus reducing stress and aiding the prevention of illness.

Complementary therapies can be tailored to focus on specific physical, mental or emotional issues. They can also be used to help to maintain good health or purely to aid relaxation. Whether you have a specific health issue or you just want to experience a deep state of relaxation, why not try out and experience one of these therapeutic therapies and see what they can do for you.

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