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Find a therapy to suit your needs

Finding a good therapist is one of the first and most important steps to better wellbeing. But finding a local therapist who fully understands your needs is easier said than done. Where do you start when researching therapies and disciplines? What questions should you be asking yourself when looking for a therapist? How do you find a therapy that works best for you?

We’ve made finding a therapist a little easier by listing some of the most common wellbeing disciplines and their health benefits. Whether you’re looking for an alternative therapy for your back pain, natural methods to reduce your anxiety or just looking to improve your overall health and wellbeing – find a therapy that supports your physical, mental and spiritual health below.

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Chakra Therapy

Chakra Therapy (chakra balancing) is a form of vibrational medicine, which restores the strength, intensity and frequency of energy that flows through seven energy centres (chakras). The Chakra system originated in India and

Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is an overarching wellness and health system in which treatment can encompass a range of therapies including acupuncture, moxibustion (the burning of a herb on or near the skin), cupping, massage, nutrition

Colour Therapy

Colour Therapy is based on the idea that colours create electrical impulses in our brains that stimulate hormonal and biochemical processes in our body; these processes either calm or stimulate us. It is an entirely non-invasive holistic

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a holistic approach to healing developed from the work of osteopath, William Sutherland. The therapy supports the body’s own healing ability and changes can occur in body, mind, and spirit.

Crystal Healing

Crystal healing is an alternative medical technique in which crystals and other stones are used to cure ailments and protect against disease. Crystal Healers believe that crystals and gemstones have properties that facilitate healing.

Cupping

Cupping, or Hijama, is a technique where small glass/bamboo cups are used as suction devices on the skin. This suction causes the skin and superficial muscle to gently lift up into the cup. In this way, the therapy can be...

Ear Candling

Best known as an alternative approach for earwax removal, ear candling involves placing a hollow, wax-covered candle in the ear. Lighting one end of the cone creates a suction that pulls earwax out of the ear.

Life Coaching

Life coaching evolved from sports coaching and business coaching, on the principles of self-improvement. It stems from an understanding that we often need guidance, motivation and support to help us overcome any obstacles that stand