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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.
Along with a licensed mental health professional and an experienced horse handler, you or your child will be empowered to clearly communicate, build trust and assertiveness, reduce anxiety, clearly define relationship boundaries in a loving way as well as practicing social skills and impulse modulation.
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 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...
It doesn't matter how much we all love the holidays, they always come with a fair bit of stress. Our families gather; our budgets are stretched; our expectations may creep a little too high. This year, consider treating yourself to an early present that will help you approach the coming celebrations calm and ready for fun.
First things first: let’s all acknowledge that the word Rolfing is fun to say. As the name for a form of structural manual therapy, it may also be a little weird. But nevermind that. We’re all adults here. Rolfing® Structural Integration is a system of bodywork first developed by Ida Rolf. Now you know the origin of the term, you can...