Osteopathy gives special attention to the prevention and treatment of the biomechanics of the musculo-skeletal system. Osteopathy uses physical manipulation techniques namely massage, stretching of the muscles and alignment of the bones and joints.


Naturopathy aims to identify the cause of the health problem at hand and then devise a programme to address both the cause and the symptoms. Naturopathy uses lifestyle and supportive treatments and can be used as an alternative or in conjuction with conventional medicine.


Acupuncture involves inserting very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body to restore and regulate the energy pathways enabling the body to heal.


Iridology is the study of the iris of the eye to gain further insight into a person’s state of health providing us with a means to pinpoint the cause of the health issue.


FSM is a non-invasive, drug-free method of pain management.


Nutrition is the process by which the nutrients from food are absorbed and utilised by the body. To acheive better health and wellbeing and to avoid serious illness we must make sure that the food we eat is fresh with a balance between the main food groups.


Massage is one of most widely used of all natural therapies focusing on muscles and soft tissue to facilitate the circulation of nutrients to the cells and the removal of metabolic waste.


Yoga is the combination of physical exercises, breathing excercises and relaxation to achieve improved circulation, muscle tone, strength, joint flexibility and general wellbeing.


Our services include craniosacral therapy, heat moulded orthotics, Shake It (professional weight management programme), testing for food intolerances and intestinal dysbiosis. Read more for other services.



Acupuncture is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine which involves the inserting of very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body to restore and regulate the energy pathways enabling the body to heal. This energy is called “Qi”.

"Qi" is the energy that flows through the body and is distributed along pathways known as meridians providing nourishment to all the cells, tissues, organs and systems of the body. Disruption in the flow of "Qi" is regarded as being the cause of disease and pain.

Traditional Chinese Medicine has become more widely accepted and used in conjunction with Modern Western Medicine practised by both Medical General Practitioners and Traditional Acupuncturists. It is unique in that it is an alternative to drug therapy with no side effects.

Commonly and effectively treated conditions: