Natural Therapies have a place in assisting well being, even if they are not the cure that some practitioners claim. The ones that I have personal experience in and have had great results are the only ones that I recommend, that’s not to say that others don’t work. For example: ‘Breath Therapy – or Breathing Techniques for Stress, Reflexology for Relaxation, Cranial Osteopathy, Autogenics – to control stress. Ayurvedic Medicine & Traditional Chinese Medicine are both ancient forms of health care that may not be as advanced as Western Medicine from a science point of view, but from an observation of what benefits human health and prevents disease
it was way ahead of it's time and still informs us today. In fact modern medicine is only just waking up to the real benefit of many of the ancient remedies.
The key is to find the one that suits you and makes you ‘feel’ better. Half of the success is finding the practitioner that you are comfortable with and trust, you may need to try out a few before you find the right one.Walking through beautiful parks can have an extremely positive affect – especially the Spring, the colours act like therapy.
I highly recommend acupuncture as a complimentary therapy it is now widely used and accepted all over the world. I have had this therapy many times and if you find the right practitioner it can be truly healing.
Acupuncture practitioners look at the whole person, and will observe your energy levels via your pulse – they are trained to be able to pick up variation in the pulse and look at your toxic load via the tongue. They will ask you questions on your medical history that will help them decide which acupuncture lines are best used to support and help you.
It can be relaxing or stimulating. The Chinese use it as a major health care sys