FAQs

What is a Complementary Therapy?

A Complementary therapy is used to complement or enhance conventional medical treatment or to promote overall well-being.

A Complementary Therapist does not diagnose, prescribe or treat specific conditions. If in any doubt about a health issue, it is strongly recommended that you see your GP/Specialist.

What is "Holistic"?

The term "Holistic" is derived from the Greek word "holos", meaning "whole", and as such aims to treat the whole individual, incorporating body, mind and spirit. This means that the whole person will be treated rather than concentrating on specific symptoms and problem areas.