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5 Keys to Meditation

Meditation is not about stopping the mind, but observing our thoughts

What is going on in my mind right now? No judging, just chilling while you acknowledge your thoughts, either pleasant or unpleasant. Be aware of the sensations those thoughts generate, without reacting or holding on to them.

Welcome To Our New Counsellor Indigo

Indigo works in a unique way, and is one of those bubbly but somehow calm people in life who really cares about people and their well-being. An artist in her spare time, she likes to think and work in creative ways. She works across age groups including children 5 years through to seniors.

Indigo offers a range of services including counselling (she is registered ACC sensitive claims counselling), Yoga therapy (one on one and group classes) and energy balancing.

Healing with Horses

Our therapist Dharshan is now offering Equine Assisted Psychotherapy! Learning to work with animals, especially the large and sensitive horse,  builds many vital skills in communication such as knowing how one affects others and building self confidence.

Home Visits

Melanie our osteopath is now offering home visits for anyone too acute, including mothers and babies, to travel into the centre. Please contact our reception or Melanie directly for bookings, price willl depend on your location and service needed.

Paediactic Osteopathic Special

For May and June our lovely Osteopath Melanie is running a special! 
50% off the first osteopathic treatment for your baby under 1

Melanie has loved working with babies and children since she finished her training, so much so she explored observing an Osteopathic children’s specialist last year and has just traveled to her home town of Paris to further her knowledge.

She has come back from the post graduate paediatric course fresh with the latest in-depth osteopathic knowledge of how to treat babies from the ages of 0-1.

Massage at the Coalface

Massage may be considered to be a treatment accessible mainly to those with a reasonable level of disposable income. Recent research indicates that the most common charge for massage treatment in New Zealand is $60 per hour (Smith, Sullivan & Baxter, 2011). For those who are beneficiaries or on low incomes, cost can be prohibitive to seeking...

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