Tui Na & sports
Are you experiencing medical symptoms, such as menopause, fibromyalgia, fatigue, headaches, arthritis? Or are you in training looking for a way to look after your body and prevent injury? If so, then Tui Na Chinese massage is perfect you. It also helps with correcting your posture, so back pain issues can be helped using Tui Na massage.
Acupunture & Acupressure
These techniques help relieve both physical problems (such as a bad back or frozen shoulder), ailments such as migraines and diabetes, as well as emotional issues (such as stress, anxiety) The results can be quite remarkable.
Reflexology is a form of therapeutic massage that is applied to the feet and/or hands. Through application of pressure on these reflexes, reflexology relieves tension, improves circulation and promotes the natural function of the related areas of the body. Reflexology massage can promote overall wellness; enhances mood, aids sleep, helps relieve tension and stress as well as leaving you feeling light, energised and with a sense of well-being.
Havening™ are new techniques that helps people with anxieties, stress, PTSD, phobias, physical and emotional trauma.
They help to remove the negative/emotional components that are attached to a traumatic memory. As part of its protocol The Havening™ Techniques incorporate the sensory input of human touch as a therapeutic tool which is know as the Havening Touch.
This touch helps to de-link the emotional response in the brain from the traumatic memory which in turn produces delta waves which our brain produces during deep non-REM sleep and the feel good hormones, Seratonin and Oxytocin
Auriculotherapy is focused on the external ear and is similar to full body acupuncture in its effects and applications and can be done with or without needles with the use of a gentle electronic device stimulation .
This is useful for chronic problems and many physical and emotional issues. It also works well with all aspects of pain management, acute and chronic illness as well as addictions.
Korean hand therapy is used to reduce / alleviate pain and support recovery from illness in those cases where pressure cannot be applied to the body.
As a microsystem therapy it works by stimulating any of the 14 micro-meridians and 345 acupuncture points on our hands, using either finger pressure or needles.