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Enlightened Health Academy

Online Learning for Spirituality, Wisdom and Holistic Health

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Enlightened Health Academy

Online Learning for Spirituality, Wisdom and Holistic Health

Natural Therapies

Therapies for Health & Well-Being

Natural remedies and holistic therapies can be a highly effective way to decrease anxiety or tension, increase feelings of vitality, calm an overactive mind, gain insight into patterns of behaviour, and control physical symptoms.  When used as a regular part of your health regime, therapies can provide significant improvements in your overall wellness.

If you are trying to find a reputable local therapist, first check that they are suitably qualified and experienced in the modality that they use. A therapist should always be insured, and may also belong to a professional organisation. Don't be afraid to ask any questions that you have before signing up for sessions.

Holistic health therapies are usually based upon Eastern principles of well-being.  The focus is on subjective personal experience, including energy levels, emotions, thoughts and feelings. Therapies often contain an element of spiritual awareness, personal development and insight.

Holistic Therapy

Natural Remedies and Therapies

  • Massage: Manipulation of soft tissues of the body. Gentle massage for relaxation.  Or deep tissue, sports, or remedial massage for muscular pain relief
  • Reflexology: An acupressure technique, usually used on feet or hands, which releases energetic blocks, and promotes self healing within the body.
  • Yoga: A spiritual tradition which teaches control of mind and body. In Western culture, yoga is often associated with postures, breath work and stretching.
  • Reiki or Spiritual Healing: A non-invasive therapy which re balances life force energy and release blocks from the auric field.
  • Bach Flower Remedies: Infusions of plants and herbs, used to treat mental and emotional problems, which often precede physical ailments
  • Chiropractic: Manipulation of the joints of the body, usually the spine, to re align function of nerves, and to release build up of stress or tension
  • Psychotherapy: Talking therapy which identifies patterns within the mind, and how they relate to current behaviours
  • Acupuncture: An ancient Chinese therapy which uses fine needles to release blocks in meridians, or energy channels, within the body
  • Nutritional Therapy: Use of dietary intervention and supplements as a form of healing , often used for chronic health conditions
  • Counselling: Supportive talking-based therapy which facilitates expression of feelings, emotions, and difficulties, to promote healing
  • Homeopathy: Remedy-based treatment which is based upon concept of treating 'like with like'. Uses minute amounts of substance within healing tincture
  • Bowen Technique: Gentle manipulation of tissues which stimulates body energy flow and encourages self healing
  • Coaching: Therapy which encourages action-based change and practical life skills to create improvement in life, health, work or relationships
  • Kinesiology: Preventative therapy which tests muscles for weakness due to chemical, physical, emotional, mental imbalances
  • Meditation or mindfulness: Focus on the activity of the mind and body.  Often used to calm the mind, promote relaxation, and gain self awareness