Hypnotherapy – Fast Becoming a Treatment of Choice by Detlef Friede, MCH Hear the word ‘Hypnosis’ and you can be forgiven for thinking you are losing control and about to perform like a monkey in the zoo. Of course these myths are fast becoming out-dated, and at last the clinical benefits of hypnosis and hypnotherapy…

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Managing Migraines Through Massage Therapy   What Are Migraines?    A migraine is marked by moderate to severe pain and throbbing in the head, and can be accompanied by nausea as well as sensitivity to light. In some cases, these painful headaches are preceded or accompanied by a sensory warning sign, such as flashes of…

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Shiatsu Is An Excellent Treatment for Sports Injuries   By: Mihael Mamychshvili RST   Shi’atsu’ (means finger pressure) therapy originated in Japan in the 19th century. With roots in Chinese medicine and sometimes described as “acupuncture without needles”, Shiatsu is recognized as an excellent therapy for sports injuries. Shiatsu has been part of the health…

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Manual Osteopathy & Its Effectiveness On Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction –   By Christine Low, Manual Osteopathy & Holistic Massage Sacroiliac joint disfunction is very common amongst people suffering with low back pain. It is sometimes overlooked and misdiagnosed for lumbar and sciatic nerve issues. With the proper testing and palpation this issue can be addressed and the client…

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