Ayurveda is an ancient system of natural healing that originated in India over 5000 years ago. It's a holistic approach to wellbeing that focuses on achieving balance & harmony in the body, mind & spirit.
Homeopathy is a system of healing arising from Germany. It operates on the principal that "like cures like". This means that a substance that causes a symptom can be used in the correct dose to cure the symptom. Modern day vaccines are based on this principal.
Marmapuncture is similar to acupuncture in that the needles are inserted on specific points of the body. However Marmapuncture is based on the principles of Ayurveda, chakras and dosha. Marmapuncture also includes several extra points on the body which correlate to specific chakras of the body. The aim of marmapuncture is to restore energetic balance on all levels of the body.
Food is both medicine and poison. Nutritional healing is about using the foods that helps each persons body heal itself,
Plant medicine uses various plant-based substances for their therapeutic properties in treating health conditions & promoting wellness. Throughout history, many cultures have used plants for their healing benefits - this practice continues to date.
Transpersonal psychotherapy goes beyond traditional approaches to therapy by integrating spiritual and transcendent aspects of human experience into the therapeutic process. It focuses on exploring the connection between the individuals personal identity & their broader spiritual or transcendent nature.
Yoga therapy is a holistic approach that uses yoga practices to improve physical, mental & emotional well-being. Yoga therapists tailor practices to each individuals needs, incorporating postures, breathing exercises, meditation & relaxation techniques. It aims to promote balance and healing within the body & mind.