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July 10, 2020

Written by Camille Scott – Remedial Massage Therapist Have you ever laid down on a massage table at the start of your appointment, felt your body relax down and realised how much tension you were holding? Perhaps you made the appointment because you started out with a small twinge in your back but figured it […]

July 3, 2020

Written by Jessica Jackman (Osteopath) If you have never been to an osteopath before, it can be hard to know what to expect when you walk through the door. Having a better idea of the process might help you decide if osteopathy is right for you. Time Please allow adequate time for your appointment. If […]

June 29, 2020

Written by Hannah Sutton  (Chinese Medicine/Acupuncture) According to the philosophy of Chinese Medicine, Winter represents the utmost of Yin.  The nature of Winter is a slow, dark, cool, inward moving season – all things Yin. Winter is associated with the water element and the energy of the Kidney, Bladder and Adrenals. It is a time […]

May 27, 2020

Written by Deanna Cooper (Osteopathy) The osteopathic practitioner focuses on the joints, muscles, and spine.  Osteopathic intervention can help treat arthritis, back pain, headaches, tennis elbow, digestive issues, and postural problems.  Treatment can also assist with sleep cycles and the nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic symptoms. What is Osteo? Or should we say what is Osteopathy? […]

April 27, 2020

Written by Tara Brooks (Naturopath) Serotonin has become popular in the last decade with the majority of people I talk to being able to tell me that it has something to do with being happy. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that helps to increase mood and improve your sense of wellbeing.  A neurotransmitter is a chemical […]

January 18, 2020

Written by Camille Scott How to bring Mindfulness Practices into your day Whether you are a New Year’s resolution supporter or not, this time of year is a great to develop new habits.  Little changes can make the biggest impact on your day to day and are easier to commit to in the long term.  […]

October 2, 2019

Written by Jen Frankcombe-Campbell Who else is glad Winter is over??!!! I cannot express how excited I am for warmer days and beautiful sunshine. A big factor for feeling the Winter blues is Vitamin D deficiency.. Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption as it regulates calcium levels in the blood and Vit D also […]

September 11, 2019

Sex is a natural and pleasurable part of a healthy lifestyle, so when interest wanes or sexual difficulties occur, it can be confronting and uncomfortable for both you and your partner.  Low libido is very common, and is often triggered by hormonal or emotional problems.  In this article I want to unpack what can go […]

July 10, 2019

By Jen Frankcombe-Campbell We’re almost half way through Winter, even though we’ve had some amazing Spring kinda days! Hands up if you have already been sick or if your children keep getting sick? Nothing worse than trying to enjoy the school holidays when you have a sick household. Boo!! Do you find that someone in […]

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