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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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Naturopathy is the application of natural therapies, comprising far more than fasting, nutrition, water, and exercise. It includes natural healing practices such as Homeopathy, Acupuncture, and Herbal Medicine, as well as the use of modern

Neuro Linguistic Programming

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) was established in the 1970’s by a University Professor, John Grinder and an undergraduate, Richard Bandler. This curious duo observed that we gather information from the outside world using

Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy is a holistic form of alternative medicine, which considers your past and current health conditions in relation to suspected dietary and lifestyle imbalances. It works on the principle that you should supply the body with

Polarity Therapy

Polarity Therapy was established by Dr Randolph Stone; a chiropractor, naturopath and osteopath who developed an interest in Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr Stone observed the human body as an energy system, similar

Pranic Healing

Pranic Healing is a no-touch system of healing which utilises the force or energy present in nature. This energy is called ‘Prana’ which is Sanskrit for life-force energy or subtle energy also known as Chi. Prana radiates out from the body...


Psychology is the study of the science of the mind. In particular, the impact the mind has on human behaviour, memory, thinking, language, sensation, perception, emotions, dreams and mental health. Psychology helps you unravel whether


Qigong, also referred to as Chi Kung, is an ancient Chinese form of exercise. It involves the repetition of a very specific set of precise movements. Some are gentle, some vigorous, some large and expansive and some subtle.


Reflexology rests on the ancient Chinese belief in Qi, or “vital energy.” According to this belief, Qi flows through each person. When a person feels stressed, their body blocks Qi. This can cause an imbalance in the body that leads...


Reiki is a form of spiritual healing founded by a Japanese Tendai Buddhist monk Mikao Usia, who attained his information during 21-day meditations. He incorporated this with his knowledge of Chinese Medicine, acupuncture


Shamanism is the study and practice of accumulating, storing, and utilising power to suspend everyday laws of nature and to influence and manipulate reality for the purposes of healing, prophesying, divining, and engaging in supernatural

Sound Therapy

Healing with sound is believed to date back to ancient Greece, when music was used in an attempt to cure mental disorders. Throughout history, sound has been used to boost morale in military troops, help people work faster

Tai Chi

Tai Chi also known as Tai Chi Chuan , is a traditional form of Chinese Martial Art that was originally developed in the 13th Century. It involves a series of slow, graceful, flowing movements combined with deep breathing and relaxation...


Taoism is an ancient Chinese philosophy that is deeply rooted in Chinese custom and culture. It influences Chinese disciplines such as Qigong, Tai Chi Chuan and the Chinese Martial Arts. Taoists believe in a presence called ‘The Tao’


Tapping is a self-help tool that combines aspects of acupuncture, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), energy medicine and thought field therapy. It was originally developed by Gary Craig in the late 1990s and is called Emotional Freedom

Western Herbal Medicine

Western Herbal Medicine (WHM) is a form of the healing arts that draws from herbal traditions of Europe and the Americas. It emphasises the study and use of European and Native American herbs in the treatment and prevention of illness.


Yoga means ‘union’ in Sanskrit and is a series of physical postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama) and meditation that began in India over 3000 years ago and aims to achieve ‘enlightenment’. There are four branches

Zen Philosophy

Zen Philosophy is the Japanese form of Mahayana Buddhism developed in China and heavily influenced by Taoism. It is considered a ‘Way of Life’ that aims to achieve enlightenment (a state of oneness with the universe) with intuition and