Scientific analysis and natural therapies, together at last! Your body is a complex organism. If your feeling sick or tired, live blood screening can identify potential causes.
Chiropractic and NET
Chiropractic is a health care discipline based on the scientific premise that the body is a self-regulating, self-healing organism.
Reflexology is an ancient healing practice that is based on the theory that there are reflexes in the feet that correspond to every organ and gland in the body.
Food Intolerance Testing
This is a finger prick test to give you direction by testing your blood against 46 different foods to see if you have an intolerance to them.
Unleash your natural energy
You can enjoy radiant health and vibrant energy – every day! Our qualified Nutritionist and Naturopaths, unite medical science with holistic therapies by specialising in 3 key areas, to optimise your health and wellbeing. With natural therapies, herbal medicines, nutrition, vitamins and minerals, you can super-charge your natural spark.
Feeling well? Ask your cells!
Your body asks you for everything it needs to be happy and healthy. But are you too busy or stressed to listen? When you’re tired or sick, it’s usually a sign that your body is out of balance – on a cellular level. With scientific analysis and natural therapies, we can help you feel better.
What’s been happening for you……?
Today I’m feeling pretty vulnerable. Last week I took my partner for a routine skin check, just for support, and had a few things checked for myself ‘just in case’ whilst I was there. My partner was fine but I, on the other hand, had a mark in the middle of my forehead that they…Details
By Cindra Banks Yoga. It’s a bit of a buzz word at the moment. But what does it actually mean? Yoga can be roughly translated into “to yoke”, to unite ourselves with our highest nature. Traditionally, yoga was meditation, it was one pose (cross legged seated position) utilised for hours, or even days,…Details
There are two very important amino acids, methionine and cysteine, that are required for some pretty key metabolic processes in the body, especially in the metabolism of heavy metals and fats in the liver. One thing both of these amino acids have in common is that they contain sulphur. Because of this, sulphur is crucial…Details