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Complementary Therapy

What is Complementary Therapy?
Complementary therapies take a holistic approach to care. This means that you are supported as a whole person, incorporating physical, emotional and spiritual needs. The therapies we offer are designed to work alongside and not intended in any way to replace any medical treatment you may be receiving.

Why use Complementary Therapy?
People often use complementary therapies to help them feel better and cope with stress and add to their treatment regimen. How you feel plays a key role in determining how you cope. Many complementary therapies concentrate on boosting relaxation and reducing stress. They may help to calm your emotions, relieve anxiety, and increase your general sense of health and well-being. Many doctors, nurses and researchers are interested in the idea that positive emotions can improve your health.

Complementary therapies we offer-

Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils for therapeutic effect and is most often used during a gentle massage treatment. Each essential oil has its own distinctive therapeutic property. 

Our therapeutic massage chair rubs and kneads the soft tissues of your body from your feet up to your neck.  This helps reduce stress, relaxes sore and tight muscles to promote health and wellbeing. Massage therapy improves functioning of the circulatory, lymphatic, muscula
r, skeletal, and nervous systems and may improve the rate at which the body recovers from injury and illness.

Guided Imagery

Guided imagery is a type of focused relaxation or meditation. Focused relaxation involves concentrating on a specific object, sound, or experience in order to calm your mind. During your session a soothing voice will help guide you to intentionally think of a peaceful place or scenario. The goal is to promote a calm state through relaxation and mindfulness. The idea is that your body reacts to your own thoughts.

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