Reflexology is a science based on the principle that reflex areas in the feet, hands and ears relate to the internal organs and other structures of the body. In reflexology pressure is applied to these reflex areas to bring health and balance to the body through the stimulation of its own inherent healing capacity.

Around the world and throughout history, reflexology has been rediscovered time and time again. Archeological evidence points to ancient reflexology medical practices in Egypt (2330 BCE), China (2704 BCE) and Japan (690 CE). In the West, the concept of reflexology began to emerge in the 19th century with European and Russian research into the nervous system and reflex- think Pavlov. Reflex therapies were created as medical practices but were soon eclipsed by use of surgery and drugs. The ideas of reflex use for health improvement were carried on sporadically and brought to American in 1909 by Dr. William Fitzgerald, an eye-ear and nose specialist from Connecticut. Physiotherapist Eunice Ingham is credited with developing a system of reflex areas by 1938.

Research has shown the specific techniques of reflexology to be effective and beneficial in many ways. A survey of 170 reflexology studies from 21 countries shows that reflexology is effective, impacting a variety of physical and psychological concerns.


Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture works on a completely different theory and philosophy than dry needling. It focuses on re-establishing energy flow in the body using meridians and specific acupuncture points.

Dry needling uses the same fine thin needles to apply therapy but onto specific muscle trigger points or knots in the muscle. Its aim is to relax muscles and make them function better, relieving aches, pain and discomfort.

We have practitioners here who can provide either modality depending on your needs and what you want to achieve.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.  Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

It is widely accepted now that many illnesses are psychosomatic, and that the body can become ill by the workings of the mind. If the mind is causing ill health, then the the mind can also bring good health.

Mind Power

Healing by an altered state of awareness is among the oldest phenomena known to man.

Inner Potential

The treatment of emotional and psychological disorders, unwanted habits and undesirable feelings, helps you become more accepting of yourself and others, promoting personal development and unlocking inner potential.

Rapid Recovery

Unlike many other psychological therapies, hypnotherapy is generally considered to be a fairly short-term approach in which beneficial change should become apparent within a few sessions. By gaining access to a patient's sub-conscious mind, Hypnotherapy can help discover answers that a patient already knows, but has been concealed in the subconscious. Patients are then able to process the information learned in a session, and subsequently can change old habits and behaviours.