In addition to our extensive range of mental and holistic therapies, you will also have access to our complementary therapies. You can enjoy a relaxing massage or yoga class, partake in an art class or spend some quality time with the horses. These activities will develop your skills, release stress, and increase happiness.
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical treatment. It works by the practitioner inserting ultrafine needles into specific acupuncture points, reestablishing the free flow of chi (energy) to restore balance and harmony.
Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses the medium of art as a form of communication and expression. Through art, we can address emotional issues by turning them into visual media.
A simple yet powerful way to encourage the brain to be more efficient. Through learning, groups of neurons - nerve cells in the brain - physically work together to solve problems. Brain training can be the most effective way to overcome struggle and increase learning capacity.
Animals have an innate ability to read and even influence human emotions. Equine therapy puts horses and people together in an environment designed to promote emotional growth and healing.
Music has been used throughout history to improve and maintain well-being. The beauty of music therapy is that it is nonverbal, allowing the patient to express and achieve individual goals through the medium of music.
Various Massage Techniques
Massage can be relaxing and rejuvenating and used therapeutically, it can enhance a person’s overall health and wellbeing. Through touch and muscle manipulation techniques, massage therapy is an effective way to relieve stress, pain, and tension.
Reflexology works by applying pressure to and massaging specific points in the hands, feet, and ears. It is based on the theory that these points correspond with different areas of the body. In this sense, it is completely non-intrusive and can access problem areas without direct contact with them.
Personal training can help to re-establish the balance of the body, raising self-esteem and encouraging positive change. We believe that working on the physical body also builds a stable mindset. With our specialist trainers, you will learn how to reevaluate, improve, and achieve your goals - physical, mental, and emotional.
The combination of movement and breathing can help to balance the physicality of the body, calm the mind, and alleviate stress. Yoga uses breath to establish a connection with the present moment. This cultivates space between reality and our reaction, allowing us to choose how to handle obstacles and solve any problems that might arise.
Spiritual counseling addresses the issues of the soul, rather than the mind. It takes the view that life is ever-expanding, seeing the world as a complex mystery, exploring all belief systems - universal and personal. Through this kind of counseling, you will be able to build your own unique, flowing relationship with life and all that surrounds you.
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