Indian Head Massage is recognised by the Federation of Holistic Therapists (the largest and leading professional association for therapists in the UK and Ireland), as a natural massage therapy. Practiced in Asia for over 5,000 years, this healing treatment uses techniques to help treat a number of different areas. These include the head, scalp, face, neck, shoulders and upper back. What is Indian Head Massage based on? Indian Head Massage uses the ancient method known as Ayurveda. These are natural therapies that take into account the mind, body and spirit. What to expect during a treatment? Your trained therapist will…
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a non-invasive holistic energy therapy. It combines the ancient principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Techniques allowing the Kinesiologist to treat you as an individual.
A closer look at Acupressure
Acupressure is one of the better known Complimentary medicines and it treats the body as an energy system. By identifying and releasing blocked or congested energy centres known as acupoints, acupressure works to relieve individual symptoms.
The therapist treating you will then proceed to massage the areas discussed. They will use an oil or cream-based product to provide a free-flowing massage. Towels will also be carefully place to ensure you are covered. This will also keep you warm and comfortable throughout the treatment.
When it comes to food and drink allergies, you could exclude the foods/drinks which you believe are causing the allergy. Although this doesn’t seem difficult to do, you could avoid foods based on incomplete information about potential food and therefore it is always worth seeking professional advice.
A closer look at the Bowen and Alexander technique
There are a number of complementary therapies available. Here we look at the Bowen and Alexander techniques in more detail. You may not have ever heard about them so this information should provide a brief overview for you. The Bowen Technique The Bowen Association was set up in November 1997 and is the European arm of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia. They provide BowTech accreditation’s which are a recognised qualification for complementary therapists . If you have a cash plan you may be able to claim your cash back for this complementary therapy . How does Bowen Work? A…
What is Shiatsu Massage Therapy?
As shiatsu is a holistic and natural therapy it can benefit most people. Many use it to help relieve everyday stresses, aid sleep and promote relaxation. Shiatsu also supports patients whilst receiving treatment for a range of health issues and to help them maintain their general wellbeing. Even if you are fit and healthy, the therapy can promote overall well-being.
A closer look at Nutritional Therapy
As an example, you could visit a nutritional therapist for help in relation to the treatment of acne because there may be a nutritional deficiency. Just as your acne maybe due to hormone imbalance, your diet may also help you to control the symptoms. For this reason, you may find your consultation especially helpful.
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is used by people of any age for physical and emotional reasons. It can also help where other forms of medicine find the symptoms too vague to treat, but you feel something isn’t right.
A look at Colonic Hydrotherapy
Colonic hydrotherapy (sometimes known as colonic irrigation) is a complementary therapy that is not available via the NHS. If you are part of a Cash Plan scheme from Healthshield you will be able to claim cash back for this therapy up to your benefit limit. Before you make a claim, you must ensure you have the Health & Wellbeing benefits included in your plan. ARCH is the Association of Registered Colon Therapists and is the UK’s oldest and largest association for colon therapists. They set high standards within the industry based on Naturopathic National Occupational Standards and Core Elements for…