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Relaxing Massage

BodyWork

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White Earring
Kinesiology

Kinesiology is a non-invasive therapy that utilises neuromuscular biofeedback to find the root cause of disease. Underpinning kinesiology is the philosophy that disease and physical pain is a breakdown of the natural flow or imbalances within the body, mind or spirit. These imbalances may be nutritional, emotional, structural, psychological, energetic or even spiritual. As a result, anatomical, physiological and psychological stressors may occur. 

 

Although effective for all types of health concerns, Kinesiology is also beneficial for personal development including goal setting, boosting confidence and addressing behaviours that may be negatively impacting or limiting careers and relationships.

Rachel Dutton

 A gentle, non-invasive modality that seeks to find and treat restrictions throughout the body systems. Restrictions within the CranioSacral system can lead to tension patterns, restrictions or affect the functioning of all bodily systems including the musculoskeletal, endocrine, cardio-respiratory, gastrointestinal, lymphatic, immune and reproductive systems.

Practitioner Sarah Kottmann

Ear candling with Reiki. Helps remove wax and can support blocked ear and tinnitus 

Practitioner Sarah Kottmann

CranioSacral Therapy

Ear candling

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture

As a natural form of healing, ACUPUNCTURE provides a holistic approach to disease and illness. Used to support fertility and IVF. It is also useful for chronic pain management 

Depending on your needs acupuncture may also include myofascial cupping, Gua Sha and Moka to address your symptoms, as well as identifying the underlying reason for your condition. 

Kylie Skillen

Cupping Treatment

Cupping

It involves placing cup on the skin and they provide a suction which promotes circulation. The suction help facilitate QI

Practitioner

Abby Jones​

Kylie Skillen

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