Therapies

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one of the five pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes Chinese Herbal Medicine, Diet therapy, Exercises and Sun therapy, all having been practised for thousands of years in China and other Asian countries............read on

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine is a system of medicine extending well over three thousand years into antiquity. Using empirical observation and clinical experience, physicians have continually advanced treatment methods in response to evolving clinical conditions. Within the various branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Herbal medicine has always been considered pre-eminent..............read on

Electro-Acupuncture Diagnosis

Electro-Acupuncture Diagnosis was developed in the late 1940’s by Dr. Voll in Germany. Dr.Voll had been suffering from Bladder cancer and after three unsuccessful operations by the most eminent surgeons of his day he turned to his own ideas for diagnosis and treatment. He referred to this technique known as ‘Electro-Acupuncture according to Voll’ (EAV)................read on

Homotoxicology (Complex Homeopathy)

Homotoxicology was developed in the 1950’s by the German Physician Dr. H-H. Reckeweg as a synthesis of the scientific understanding of how the body functions combined with advances in modern homeopathy in the treatment of illnesses. Homotoxicology uses low potency medicine in combination with dietary and lifestyle advice to re-establish optimal self-regulation within a person..................read on

Integrated Medicine

Integrated Medicine? To integrate derives from the Latin integera whole number” or one. Thus to integrate is to make one. The premise of Integrated Medicine is that we humans (der. ‘hu’ God and ‘man’ ) are more than just ‘flesh’- we are body, mind and spirit!  .................read on

Shiatsu Massage

Shiatsu is a Japanese word meaning “finger pressure”. Shiatsu uses hand pressure and manipulative techniques to align the body's physical structure and rebalance its innate energy ‘Ki’, maintaining optimal self-regulation, equilibrium and well being. .................read on