Bio Identical Hormone Therapy
This is an advanced, natural, hormone balancing treatment using chemically identical hormones that offers safe and effective relief from menopausal symptoms.
This isn’t a conventional hormone replacement therapy and therefore does not subject you to the same health risks of HRT.
By using compounds that have exactly the same chemical and molecular structure as the key hormones found in the body, Bio ID hormones not only liberates you from the intrusive symptoms caused by the menopause but also also contributes to slowing down the ageing process.
Key benefits of Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy
- Higher energy levels
- Increased metabolism and decreased levels of body fat
- Relief of night sweats, hot flushes, mood swings
- Increased sex drive
- Improved concentration
- Increased bone mass
- Enhanced immune system
- Younger looking skin
If you are looking for symptom relief without putting your health at risk and want the added benefits of feeling and looking younger enquire today.
Our health programmes are designed to help you kick-start and maintain a healthier lifestyle, we provide inspiring and effective ways to begin a healthier and happier way of life. One that gives your body a chance to rebalance, leaving you feeling, lighter, cleansed and refreshed.
Nutritional Therapy is the application of nutrition science in the promotion of health, peak performance and sense of wellbeing. Nutrients and other food components influence the function of the body, protect against disease, restore health, and determine people’s response to changes in the environment. Under certain circumstances and in some individuals, diet can be a serious risk factor for a number of diseases. Common dietary chemicals can act on the human genome, either directly or indirectly, to alter gene expression or structure. The degree to which diet influences the balance between healthy and disease states may depend on an individual’s genetic makeup. Some diet-regulated genes are likely to play a role in the onset, incidence, progression, and or severity of chronic diseases. Dietary intervention based on knowledge of nutritional requirement, nutritional status, and genotype offers personalised nutrition that can be used to prevent, mitigate or cure chronic disease.
The Power of Sound
Source: biofieldtuning.com. Eileen McKusick, founder of Biofield Tuning, describes the power of sound beautifully, as follows:
“Sound is an ancient healing medium – it has been utilized for wellbeing around the globe for thousands of years. From the bells, gongs and bowls of Tibetan and Nepalese cultures, to the didgeridoo of the Australian Aborigines, to the drum and rattle of the Native Americans, sound has been used, and continues to be used, to bring people from distressed states to relaxed, aware presence.We don’t just perceive sound through our ears, but through our entire bodies. Our skin, bones and the water in us conduct sound waves. Every cell membrane in our body has external antennas called Primary Cilium, which vibrate like little tuning forks in response to the vibrational input from our environments.Sound has the power to heal and the power to hurt. Many of the stressors in our lives are produced by noise. Noise in our home and workplace, in our environment and even in our own heads.When utilized consciously and intentionally, sound has the potential to soothe the nervous system, quiet and focus the mind, settle emotions, relieve pain and more.Most of us already use sound therapeutically. We listen to music in the car, sing in the shower, pump up the jam to clean the house, put on classical music to cure writer’s block and make playlists for our loved ones to show them how we feel. We intrinsically know the power of sound.
Modern Users of Sound
Modern medicine utilizes the power of sound through practices like Lithotripsy, which uses sound pulses to break up kidney stones; and ultrasound, which is used both diagnostically and therapeutically.”
Reflexology is a holistic treatment that aims to restore balance and improve overall health. This non-intrusive complementary therapy is based on the theory that points on the feet correspond to different areas of the body and aims to improve health by stimulating the relevant areas of the feet.
- Stress / anxiety / depression
- Low energy
- Migraines/ headaches
- IBS / constipation
- Muscular / joint pain
- Hormonal imbalances
- Asthma / allergies
- Arthritis / rheumatism
Shiatsu is a type of massage therapy that was primarily developed in Japan. With its name derived from the Japanese term for “finger pressure,” it involves applying pressure to specific points on the body, moving from one point to another in a rhythmic sequence.
Practitioners of shiatsu apply pressure to points on the body thought to be connected to pathways called meridians. By stimulating these points, such therapists aim to promote the flow of vital energy (also known as “chi”) and facilitate healing. According to the principles of TCM, blockages in the flow of chi can contribute to a wide range of illnesses.
Shiatsu is also said to increase energy, promote recovery from injuries, and stimulate the digestive system.
Shiatsu is often used to:
- Reduce stress and anxiety
- Ease arthritis and reduce pain
- Ease constipation
- Improve PMS
- Help Sinus issues
Pilates & Yoga
Exercise is a recommended exercise on all of how health programmes, being more active is essential to good health and a sense of wellbeing.
The health benefits of Pilates and Yoga include:
- improved flexibility
- increased muscle strength and tone, particularly of your abdominal muscles, lower back, hips and buttocks (the ‘core muscles’ of your body)
- balanced muscular strength on both sides of your body
- enhanced muscular control of your back and limbs
- improved stabilisation of your spine
- improved posture
- rehabilitation or prevention of injuries related to muscle imbalances
- improved physical coordination and balance
- relaxation of your shoulders, neck and upper back
- safe rehabilitation of joint and spinal injuries
- prevention of musculoskeletal injuries
- increased lung capacity and circulation through deep breathing
- improved concentration
- increased body awareness
- stress management and relaxation.
Chinese Medicine is an ancient method of healing that originated in the Far East several thousand years ago. This complementary health system treats the whole body as an entirety and can therefore improve wellbeing in addition to a range of physical issues. As a result, patient often notice an improvement in certain problems and their overall sense of wellbeing from treatment.
Chinese Medical treatment is based on the belief that diagnosis and treatment is made according to energetic imbalances within the body and therefore aims treat the root cause of the problem rather than just the symptom itself. As treatment aims to re-establish an individual’s energetic imbalances, patients frequently benefit from an improvement in their symptoms.
This aspect of Chinese Medicine comprises the insertion of very fine, sterile, disposable needles into specific acupuncture points on the body.
Acupuncture involves improving the flow of qi energy through channels in the body, each of which are traditionally believed to be linked to specific organs. Blockages or poor flow of energy in these channels is thought to result in internal imbalance. Acupuncturists believe that the needles stimulate the improved flow of energy and allow the body to rectify the imbalance in qi energy flow.
Earthing therapy rests on the intuitive assumption that connecting to the energy of the planet is healthy for our souls and bodies. And while there’s a definite, if New-Age, appeal to the concept of energetically connecting with Mother Earth, there’s also a more scientific angle to the practice, which posits that access to the abundant supply of free electrons in the (subtly negatively charged) ground can help neutralize free radicals. Also called grounding, this therapy can be easily performed at home and can treat everything from inflammation and arthritis to insomnia and depression. This effect has massive health implications because of the well-established link between chronic inflammation and all chronic diseases, including the diseases of ageing and the ageing process itself.