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Our Recent Holistic Medicine Articles

What is Holistic Medicine Anyway?

Phrases like “Holistic Medicine” and “Body, Mind and Spirit” are thrown around a lot these days, and they can mean a lot of different things.
Learn what Holistic Medicine actually means to you and your family's health.

What does it mean to hold space?

Although the idea of “holding space” comes in many different shapes, the value of allowing room for emotions to flow freely and be released in a healthy and productive way is indispensable when it comes to healing.

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Acupuncture for Pain and Stress

Are you dealing with chronic or acute pain? How about elevated levels of stress, or a stress related illness? Did you know that acupuncture is great at treating both of these issues? Read full articles >>

Acupuncture Doesn’t Just Treat Pain

When most people who aren’t very familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) think about acupuncture, usually they think of its power in treating pain and physical injuries. This is largely because physical trauma is more easily quantifiable when compared to Western medicine practises, making it easier for the western world to judge in double blinded studies and research projects. As a result, acupuncture is usually promoted in terms of how it helps treat pain and pain alone. Read the full articles here >>

Apologising for yourself

Something I’ve experienced a lot, both as the practitioner and as a patient, is people feeling the need to apologise for themselves. People apologise for their bodies, the size, the shape, the smell, whether it is shaved or not, whether there is acne or eczema. Read full article >>

What happens during a craniosacral treatment?

Technically speaking, craniosacral therapy is a gentle type of bodywork where the patient will rest on a massage table, fully clothed, while the practitioner uses their hands to “check in” on certain parts of the body such as the sacrum, diaphragm, and the individual bones of the skull. Read full article >>