Therapies

Complementary and holistic therapies are used by an increasing number of people either as an alternative to drug therapy (for example in the treatment of eczema or asthma) or as an accompaniment to conventional medical treatment to aid recovery, support the body and ameliorate side effects of medical intervention (for example as an adjunctive treatment in chemo or radiotherapy). Our treatment and teaching centre offers a sound selection of therapies practised by a core team of skilled and experienced practitioners.

It is our aim to promote the very highest standards of treatment and to offer relevant information to help you choose the treatment most suited to you.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese Medicine has evolved and been successfully practised over thousands of years in the Far East and is increasingly available in the Western World. It offers an holistic and complete approach to medicine and can influence many recalcitrant conditions that are otherwise poorly treated.

People of any age and constitution can safely use Chinese Medicine and it can be used in combination with orthodox western medical treatment.

We also recommend that you peruse our Testimonials and Frequently Asked Questions.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture has been practised in China and the Far East for thousands of years as an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is a safe and effective system of healing and can be used to treat people of all ages with a wide range of illnesses. It involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body that have been known and used since antiquity to re-harmonise the flow of qi and restore health and wellbeing.

We also recommend that you peruse our Testimonials and Frequently Asked Questions.

Practitioners

  • Andrew Flower
  • Peter Helps
  • Li Qin

Shiatsu

Shiatsu is a Japanese form of bodywork based, like acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, on the classic theories of Chinese Medicine. It addresses a wide range of specific ailments, as well as promoting relaxation, enhancing vitality and reducing stress.

We also recommend that you peruse our Testimonials and Frequently Asked Questions.

Practitioners

Other Therapies

Complementary and holistic therapies are used by an increasing number of people either as an alternative to drug therapy (for example in the treatment of eczema or asthma), or as an accompaniment to conventional medical treatment to aid recovery, support the body and ameliorate side effects of medical intervention (for example as an adjunctive treatment in chemo or radiotherapy).

Practitioners

  • Ben Cull
  • Nuro Weidemann
  • Carol Buck
  • Ishbel Daniel
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