Why ‘Complementary Therapy?’
Complementary therapies (also known as ‘holistic’ therapies because health is looked at from an overall integrated perspective) were named as such because they are often offered alongside modern medical treatments in order to assist patients further on the road to physical and psychological recovery.
However, nowadays most complimentary therapies are also practised in a standalone sense. They are widely considered to be excellent aids for general relaxation, anti-stress, balancing and grounding. They also encourage a preventative approach to health. People often use complimentary therapies to make their immune systems stronger, as well as to give themselves a well-deserved treat!
I offer three types of complementary therapies:
I also recommend below some trusted individuals who offer other types of healing and services which could be of interest:
- Janine Schuller (Gentle Warrior) – shamanic healing in Galway – yourgentlewarrior.com
- Niamh Mester – Access Consciousness for body healing and NLP – Access Consciousness
- Janie Garnett – deep tissue massage, shamanic healing and yurt accommodation retreats in Glastonbury, UK – http://janiegarnett.com/