Osteopathy is a form of hands-on therapy. Osteopaths believe all parts of the body must be working together harmoniously in order for the body to function optimally. It was created in the late 1800’s by an American medical doctor called Andrew Taylor Still. He combined and developed traditional bone-setting and natural healing techniques, with a modern understanding of anatomy and physiology. Today, in order to become an osteopath it requires 4-5 years training to a masters level degree in an integrated format. This is for countries su

Corrective Exercise

What is Corrective Exercise? Corrective exercise is a personalized and targeted approach to exercise that focuses on addressing specific movement dysfunctions and optimizing physical wellbeing. It utilizes a variety of exercise techniques, including movement patterns, strength training, flexibility exercises, and postural correction, to target individual concerns and promote overall improvement in movement quality. Unlike general exercise programs, corrective exercise is tailored to address an individual's unique physical c

Therapeutic Massage


Therapeutic Massage A therapeutic massage can be directed to muscles, tendons and veinous/lymphatic flow to reduce aches and pains. Our therapist has a range of specific techniques that can target tight, tired or strained muscles. Pre- and Post-Natal Massage Massage can help before and after delivery. As your posture changes during pregnancy you may notice:

  • Stress on your lower back or hips
  • Middle back tightness
  • Rib discomfort
This can make moving, sitting, slee


Life is a journey to be lived with potholes along the way, which need to be managed, and every minute counts to get back on track! Counselling can help to manage/manoeuvre the challenges of life, on a one-to-one basis in a safe, welcoming, and trusting environment. Care, compassion, and empathy are at the heart of counselling, which enables trust to be built between the therapist and client and empower the client to make lasting positive change in their

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the teachings and practices of Yoga.” - International Association of Yoga Therapy What is Yoga Therapy?: Yoga therapy, is a completely individualised approach to practising yoga. It"s the therapeutic use of yoga that combines all the tools of yoga such as movement (postures), breath-work, meditation and guided relaxation to explore specific health concerns and optimise well

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