Holistic complementary therapy has been practised for thousands of years, dating back to 10000 BC. Many ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, Mayans & Aztecs and Native American Indians practised various forms of holistic therapy.
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Holistic complementary therapies are certainly not a new thing or latest trend. Holistic complementary therapies have certainly stood their test of time and some are even promoted through the NHS and are known as CAM; Complementary Alternative Medicine.
The holistic approach is unlike ‘conventional medicine’. As a therapist, it’s my job not just to look at that particular symptom you may be experiencing, but to look at you as a whole. Looking at all aspects of your life, such as life style, occupation, diet, past illnesses, emotions, sleep pattern, general health and what makes you tick.
Sadly for many, lives are lived within a bubble of tension and stress, those two keywords ‘tension’ & ‘stress’ are the keys to the doors of potential future health problems and a great cause to a number of today’s illnesses. Illness, disease, injury or stress very often causes the body to be in a state of imbalance, vital energy pathways are blocked thus preventing the body and its individual systems from functioning effectively.
Holistic Complementary Therapy – Working for You
How would you feel if you could cope with everyday stress and the more negative strains of life more effectively?
Holistic complementary therapies help to relax and restore balance to the mind, body, and spirit, thus bringing a person back into a state of natural equilibrium optimizing your health and vitality. In doing so this enables you to cope more effectively in life.
Holistic complementary therapies can be used to increase your well being, relax or target specific physical, mental, emotional or spiritual problems as well as providing preventative measures that optimize your own health & vitality.
Holistic Complementary Therapy – The Benefits
- Ease tension and stress.
- Boost the immune system.
- Promote & induce relaxation.
- Reduce emotional trauma, such as bereavement.
- Remove physical pain and stiffness.
- Break through addictions and negative behaviour patterns.
- Improve circulation.
- Improve sleep patterns and promote restful sleep.
- Aid in the elimination of toxins.