Nutrients and food components are vital to the healthy functioning of the body’s cells, as well as protecting against disease, restoring health and managing changes in environment that can affect our bodies.
Dietary intervention based on knowledge of nutritional requirement, status and genotype (AKA “personalised nutrition”) can be used to prevent, temper or cure chronic disease.
Nutritional therapy can bring about powerful changes to your health.
You’ll receive a comprehensive assessment and treatment programme to account for your current capacity, lifestyle, any sporting activities and to help you live healthily the way you want to in the future.
Physiotherapy encourages tissue healing by controlling and reducing pain and inflammation, restores your normal range of motion where possible and can also identify and treat underlying problems.
Stress is one of the main reasons why so many people become ill and massage is a proven antidote. We offer a holistic approach that treat the mind, body and spirit in order to restore and balance energy and stimulate important bodily functions such as circulation, elimination and cell regeneration.
There are many types of massage that apply to different conditions and preferences, such as Swedish and therapeutic, aromatherapy, reflexology, remedial, sports, Indian head massage, Bowen technique, holistic therapies, on-site chair massage, Oriental therapies to name but a few.
A combination of techniques carried out with the latest technology and ingredients to create well informed bespoke treatments for the body or face that can alleviate ailments such as dry skin, eczema and psoriasis, as well as concerns like ageing, sun spots, rosacea and acne.
The results are immediate and when carried out on a regular basis can achieve a profound change in complexion. When blended with aromatherapy and herbal medicine, a skin diagnosis can lead to one of the most satisfying and immediate treatments.
If you need some motivation to get yourself back into shape or are on the lookout for a new or more effective way of exercising, our experts will look at the way you live and create the ideal program for you and your morphology.
The intensity of workouts can be as light or demanding as you wish, within reason and necessity. This can be a very favourable option to underpin your dietary regime.
This is a non-intrusive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body.
Reflexologists work holistically to promote better health and our goal is to treat each individual according to his or her very own specific needs with an intuitive and caring approach. This kind of treatment can be extremely relaxing and is often used to deal with digestive, emotional or stress-related problems.
Pilates is an exercise system that focuses on stretching and strengthening the whole body to improve balance, muscle-strength, flexibility and posture though a blend of elements that include yoga, martial arts and Western forms of exercise.
It will strengthen your core and help your body to heat and deal with chronic injuries. Pilates is a sure fire way of achieving lean muscle mass and a stronger physique all round.
Osteopathy is used to detect, treat and prevent health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints based on the principle that a well functioning being’s bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues are reliant on each other for overall health.
Osteopaths believe their treatments allow the body to heal itself and do not subscribe to drugs or surgery in their treatments. Sufferers of back, neck and shoulder pain can feel great relief from this treatment, as can those with digestive problems, asthma and period pains.
Traditional acupuncture is based on ancient principles that go back nearly two thousand years and it is a system that examines pain and illness as signs that the body is out of balance. The overall aim of acupuncture treatment, then, is to restore the body’s equilibrium through gentle use of fine needles placed on points in the body in need of rebalancing. The effect can be extraordinarily powerful.
What makes this system so uniquely suited to modern life is that physical, emotional and mental are seen as interdependent, and reflect what many people perceive as the connection between the different aspects in their lives.
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing that is administered by “laying on hands” without the need to remove clothing. This has proved to be very successful in work environments where employees have little time to have a proper full massage.
Research informs us that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and that if it is low then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress. Reiki focuses on keeping the energy high, so that we can be more capable of being happy and healthy.
This discipline has its roots in Hindu spirituality practices and the word itself is derived from Sanskrit. The discipline works on breath control, simple meditation and the adoption of specific bodily postures (ranging from relatively easy to physically demanding), and is widely practiced for health and relaxation. The effects of yoga are globally recognised as being positive for stretching muscles, improving deep breathing, thus calming and centering our energy, as well as promoting mental focus and serenity.
There are many variants of yoga that have developed over the last 30 to 40 years, each with its own brand of properties.