Being an Yeovil Osteopath means I have a job I love and find extremely satisfying. My eldest son explains what I do as, dad helps people get rid of their pain. The only thing I would addto this is that I aim to achieve this as quickly as your body will allow. We can then try to maintain this state as long as possible by advising about work, life and leisure activities, simple stretching and exercises, or if you would like maintenance treatment.
For Complementary Healthcare in Yeovil, Somerset we look forward to welcoming you to Nine Springs Natural Health Centre. Centrally located in Yeovil, we offer a peaceful and calm environment forpatients and those attending our classes and courses. We are housed in a beautiful Georgian building that was once the Rectory for All Saints Church in Yeovil. The building has wonderful proportions inside which provide a gracious ambiance, with views across to Penn Hill Park and Ninesprings Country Park.
Tranquil Holistic Therapies in Ilminster, Somerset offers Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Swedish Body Massage, Indian Head Massage and Reiki. These are all Holistic Therapies, which can help to redressany imbalances in the body on an emotional, physical, mental or spiritual level. As they are all Complementary Therapies they can be used alongside modern medicines, but also offer a more natural approach to body healing.
My work, particularly that with terminal patients, led me to believe there must be something more I could offer. So began my exploration of spirituality and complementary therapies. My growingawareness of the subtle energies of the body led me to study spiritual healing in 1994 with the National Federation of Spiritual Healers (NFSH). I gained valuable experience working, for almost 2 years, as a healer at the Central London Healing Centre. I am a qualified healer (MNFSH).
It is quite possible that you know what to expect from beauty therapy - facials, manicures, pedicures, etc - treatments that make you look good. Complementary therapy makes you feel good but this isless well known in comparison. Also called holistic therapy, complementary therapy is a treatment applied alongside medical interventions. It is based on the interaction between body and mind and the energy which joins them to promote self healing.
Julia, a fully qualified Reflexologist, studied at Health Academics, a private training centre, near Wells, Somerset and gained a VTCT Higher Diploma in Reflexology. She was also awarded a VTCTCertificate of Excellence. VTCT a specialist, Government approved, awarding organisation for complementary therapies, has been in existence for over 50 years and has been at the forefront of developing the vocational system of qualifications in the United Kingdom.
Chalice Leaze Clinic is my professional acupuncture practice dedicated to delivering the benefits of ancient Chinese medicine in a beautiful, traditional setting. The clinic is housed in ChaliceLeaze, a classic 18th century dwelling in the heart of Glastonbury, Somerset which graces the lower slopes of the legendary Chalice Hill and enjoys views of the historic Glastonbury Abbey estate.
I am an Holistic Therapist based in Taunton and surrounding areas in Somerset. I believe that to be fully healthy mind, body and spirit need to be balanced. I use a variety of methods to help clientsachieve this state. The initial consultation will look at physical health, lifestyle and emotional health. We will also discuss what benefits you are hoping to get from seeing me to ensure that we are both clear about what you want to achieve.
Having worked for many years both in the NHS and private sector, Karen's deep understanding of the benefits of an integrated approach to care has culminated in her fulfilling her vision by setting upYork House. Karen has brought together a team of professional therapists, doctors, nurses and complementary practitioners to offer the highest quality of care all under one roof.
Some plants you will recognise as weeds, like the common Daisy [Bellis perennis, above] Dandelion [Taraxacum officinale] and Cleavers [Galium aparine]. Some are more exotic, like Liquorice[Glycyrrhiza glabra] and Peony [Paeonia lactiflora]. We can use a plant's leaves, roots, bark, seeds or flowers to make medicine - it depends on what actions we want the medicine to have. Today, NIMH-registered western medical herbalists combine historical knowledge with the latest scientific research.