Osteopathy is a whole-person approach to treating illnesses, focusing on manually working with the body’s muscles, tissues, and joints. Your Osteopath will use massage, articulation and high-velocity thrusts in a session with you. Articulation is when your joints are moved through their entire range of motion, and high-velocity thrusts are sharp, short movements that would […]
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Reflexology is based upon the belief that if you massage or apply pressure to particular parts of the body, that can release energetic blocks within the body’s energy system. You may wonder where these points are located. Reflexologists have established that these areas are often underneath the sole of the feet, on palms of the […]
At Hall Health Center, we believe in blending traditional health and wellbeing approaches with alternative and complementary healing modalities. The General Practitioner who works for us collaborates closely with the rest of the therapists that work for us. Our GP have themselves benefited greatly from bringing alternative routes to healing into their lives. Therefore, they […]
Acupuncture is an ancient form of healing that primarily has its origin in China. Many dispute the effectiveness of acupuncture; still, research shows that acupuncture can relieve chronic pain around the neck, shoulder, and head. In traditional Chinese acupuncture, the acupuncturist will place needles on different acupoints around the body, often relating to the body’s […]
Meditation as healing has grown in popularity over the last few decades. Practitioners such as Tor Njamo has been using Meditation Healing effectively to help people improve their spiritual wellbeing.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a form of talking therapy that is action-oriented and, for the most part, focuses on strategies that help with addressing the here and now. Instead of looking into the past. That is not to say that CBT does not look at underlying beliefs formed in the past, but it primarily […]