Natural Therapies or Complementary medicine are the simple terms used to describe a group of both diagnostic and therapeutic disciplines that work together to complement conventional medicine. An example might be the use of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to support a woman as she goes through a pregnancy under the care of a midwife or obstetrician.
We offer a range of alternative and complementary practitioners under one roof, diverse services that can support you through life changes, illness, recovery and personal or family challenges.
Follow the links below to find out more about these services:
Natural Therapies List
Mindfulness based coach/trainer, money coach and psychotherapist
Gavin is a mindfulness based coach/trainer, money coach and psychotherapist who has completed a Masters in counselling and psychotherapy. He has extensive knowledge, understanding and training in mindfulness both formally and through working with mindfulness teachers and supervisors.
Gavin is taking appointments Wednesdays
Visit Gavin’s website for bookings and details: www.empowertoshine.com.au
Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Midwife
Sue is an acupuncturist, a herbalist, and a midwife with her primary interest being in women’s reproductive health, receiving referrals from obstetricians and midwives all over Sydney.
For Bookings Call 0452 552 121
Holistic Nutrition Consultations, Food Behaviour, Womens Circle
Emma is a qualified Nutritionist and accredited ATMS member, with an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine and Certificates in naturopathic modalities such as Western Herbal Medicine and Homoeopathy. She is also currently undertaking studies in Nutrition Psychology to further support her clients in achieving their health and wellbeing goals
Visit her website for more details www.suluna.com.au
Yoga Therapy is a long-established and recognized corrective system in India that is now an emerging profession in West, considered to be an antidote to the modern world, people are finding healing and solace in its holistic approach.