Tag Archives: complementary therapy

Is Cosmetic Acupuncture the new alternative to Botox?

Facial and cosmetic acupuncture can be used as an alternative to invasive and surgical procedures to help promote skin health. It has gained popularity in recent years, being used on T.V shows and is apparently the choice of many a celebrity. Fans see it as an alternative way to improve the look of the skin […]

Mizan Therapy for Fertility

Mizan Therapy

Mizan Therapy is a great way to support your fertility on the journey to pregnancy and birth. Fertility depends on a series of processes working in the correct sequence and in conjunction with each other. To name a few; hormones must be released at the right time of the cycle, in the correct amounts; the […]

Reiki

Reiki, means ‘universal life energy’. It was founded in Japan by Dr Mikao Usui in the late 19th century. It works on the principle that energy, also known as ‘ki’ or ‘chi’, flows through the body via energy centres called ‘chakras’. A balanced flow of energy is said to provide a sense of well-being and […]

Acupuncture: Let’s get to the point!

Acupuncture: Treatment of the Month   Back Pain 131 million working days lost to sickness in 2013 (UK) costing employers a massive £650 million  More working days were lost due to Musculoskeletal conditions, such as neck and back pain than any other cause  It is estimated that four out of every five adults (80%) will […]

Introducing our new Counsellor

We would like to welcome our new Counsellor, Tania Davies.   A little about Tania: I work with adults as a humanistic integrative psychotherapist and counsellor. I am an accredited member of both BACP and UKCP and am also a member of the International Integrative Psychotherapy Association. I have worked therapeutically with both short-term and […]