Animal Acupuncture: Holistic therapy for pets

“I see the limited therapeutic options for animals when standard treatments don’t work. Acupuncture is natural, and there are no major side effects or interference with pharmaceutical prescriptions.” Veterinary acupuncturist Sharlene McInnes Wallace is based in Wellington, New Zealand. Having initially studied acupuncture for humans, McInnes Wallace was inspired to return to her first love […]

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Art therapy

“I have used art to slow my mind. When I am away from it, I hear the chatter – and when I return my mind slows down. I feel more relaxed and have a better sense of well-being”. For Heather Alexis, the artistic process is much more than the sum total of the finished canvas. […]

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Qi Gong Therapy

“During my time at the temple, I witnessed amazing feats of Qigong. Seemingly impossible things that you only read about in books.” Charley McBride is a Qigong instructor and iractitioner. She discovered a true connection with the practice in 2005 and experimented with different forms and teachers before going on to spend seven years in […]

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“Regression Therapy”

“It depends how far the Higher Self feels we need to regress. So, we never quite know where we are going until we get into the middle of it.” Wanda Amos is a Regression Hypnotherapist and Neuro-Linguistic Programming coach. She uses Quantum Healing Hypnosis to regress clients backwards within their lifetime, or further back to […]

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Grief and Mediumship Therapy

Shawn Leonard is a Medium and the author of The Language of Spirit. For over twenty years he has provided therapeutic sessions for individuals who are suffering after the loss of a loved one.   “It depends on the person seeking the therapy and what would be most beneficial. Their specific healing and what they […]

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“Health, Stress and Breathing”

“Sometimes we hold onto stress and don’t make the necessary changes to reduce it. After a while, it effects all the systems of our body. It is very damaging and depleting.” Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner, Sharon Conroy, says our daily stressors are significant and the way we deal with our worry can have a […]

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“Yoga Therapy”

For Melanie Priesnitz, traditional yogic movement and philosophies go much deeper than lifestyle. “My first exposure to yoga came before I was born. My mother started practicing when she was pregnant with me, and when I was old enough, we practiced together.” Yoga has always been an integral facet of her authentic self. When she […]

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Try Tai Chi

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese art form known as a ‘moving meditation’. It involves a series of postures performed in a focused, slow manner accompanied by deep breathing. In the past, Tai Chi was commonly recognized as a form of self-defense, but is now respected as a graceful form of therapeutic exercise. It is […]

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