Acupuncture consists of inserting very fine needles
into the skin at certain specified points, called acupoints, selected
in accordance with your diagnosis and basic state of health. The aim
is to restore the proper flow of qi, the body's life-force, and correct
balance of yin and yang. Read more
EFT is the emotional equivalent of acupuncture in which energy meridian
points on the body are tapped while focusing on unresolved negative
emotions. It is based on the premise that "The
cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy
system." It brings about healing by rebalancing the
body's energy system. Read more
Homeopathy uses remedies that work on the homeopathic priciple that
'like cures like' and encourages the body to treat the ailment itself.
Homeopathic remedies are very safe and powerful without being toxic.
Kinesiology is the study of muscle testing in relation to the movement
and functioning of the body. Kinesiologists use muscle testing to discover
energy imbalances that may be affecting your health. There are many
techniques used by kinesiologists to correct these imbalances. Read
Massage uses the medium of touch to bring about a feeling of deep relaxation
and healing at the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels
of a person. Massage can help to alleviate fatigue, to instil deep relaxation
and to encourage the body's organs and systems to function at their
full potential. Read more
Meditation is a way of expanding our awareness. It is a systematic narrowing
of attention, which leads to increased concentration and relaxation.
Regular meditation brings many healing benefits to both body and mind.
Yoga aims to treat illness by improving health on all levels simultaneously
and by restoring inner harmony. It uses different kinds of specifically
designed physical and mental exercises to work on all of these levels.