Homeopathy is based on the principle that you can treat ‘like with like’; that is, a substance which causes symptoms when taken in large doses, can be used in small amounts to treat those same symptoms.

Homeopathy is a system of medicine which involves treating the individual with highly diluted substances, given mainly in tablet form, with the aim of triggering the body’s natural system of healing.

To date, conditions for which the majority of clinical trial findings have been positive include:

• Allergies and upper respiratory tract infections
• Ankle sprain
• Bronchitis
• Childhood diarrhoea; chronic fatigue
• Ear infections
• Fibromyalgia
• Hay fever
• Influenza
• Osteoarthritis
• Premenstrual syndrome
• Rheumatic diseases
• Sinusitis
• Vertigo


Chiropractic is a straight forward method of adjusting the bones of your body to improve the alignment of your skeleton, and through this process help the nervous system to work more efficiently. The purpose of chiropractic care is to realign and rebalance your body to relieve pain and discomfort, and increase mobility.

A misalignment of the joints can occur for many reasons; some of the most common are incorrect lifting, car or sporting accidents, falls, stress, and poor posture. This can lead to pain, numbness, pins and needles, or restricted mobility.

The following conditions can benefit from chiropractic care:

• Back, neck and shoulder pain

• Pain, discomfort and stiffness in joints

• Migraine

• Muscular aches

• Sports injuries

• Arthritic pain


Counselling and psychotherapy cover a range of “Talking Therapies”

Time is set aside (usually an hour at a time) in a ‘safe’ private space, to look at what has brought you to therapy. This might include talking about life events (past and present), feelings, emotions, relationships, ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour.

Talking with a therapist is not the same as talking with a friend, a parent or sibling, who would probably have an opinion about the issues discussed,; or who are maybe even involved in the issues themselves.

The therapist is an impartial professional, who is able to:

• listen to you with respect and care

• help you develop an understanding of yourself and others,

• be alongside as you discover inner resources to changes things and move forward

This therapeutic work may be for a few weeks or several months, depending on what is needed.


It’s an in-depth body/mind psychotherapy, with Buddhist psychology and contemplative awareness practice underpinning the process. This type of therapy is non-interpretative; allowing the client to discover for him/her self, in relationship with the therapist, what she/he needs to know.

Both therapist and client are engaged in a joint healing process where an awareness of the body, its feelings and feeling tones, and the content and states of mind that arise, are used to explore the nature of selfhood and suffering. The therapist's essential role is that of reflector and facilitator of awareness. The heart of Core Process work is oriented to the belief that true healing is only possible to the extent that we can be fully present to the immediacy of our inner and outer experience.

Matters brought into awareness in the consulting room are subject to subliminal healing processes as well as traditional psychological insights. The client's awareness may also be directed during the work to the internal sensations of the body since the body is understood as a manifestation of consciousness.

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