Therapies and Services Available
Natural health care provides a variety of rewards for all people, of all ages, and all walks of life. Whether pursuing relief from stress or pain, treatment for chronic conditions, or maximizing energy and vitality, we can help.
Our purpose is to assist you achieve optimum health, to support you in this journey, and to offer you advice and treatment that is personal to your tastes, your goals and your state of health. At Wind Water Health we welcome the opportunity to share the benefits of traditional therapies with you.
Within each core therapy, or each practitioners skill set, lies an abundance of treatments and services worth exploring.
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Connective Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage
Jin Shin Jyutsu
Point Percussive Therapy
PNF (Proprioceptive neuromuscular function) stretches
TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Trigger point therapy
TRTP (The Richards Trauma Process)
Tuina or Tui-Na Massage
Zen Body Therapy
Acupuncture has been part of
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
for thousands of years. It involves inserting fine needles into specific
points on the skin or applying various other techniques to the acupuncture points to restore balance and
encourage the body to heal itself.
Acupuncture may be used in
conjunction with other modalities
such as Moxibustion, Cupping,
Gua Sha, and Massage or any combination that your therapist feels
will prove most beneficial.
Homoeopathy is a system of medicine which uses natural plant and mineral based substances in minute doses to stimulate the body’s own healing mechanisms. It works on the principle of “like cures like”, that is, a substance that can cause symptoms in a person, can also cure those same symptoms, if given in the correct dosage.
Homoeopathic medicine considers the whole person. Remedies are selected to match your physical, mental and emotional symptoms.
The goal of career coaching is to empower professionals by helping them make informed decisions about their career or work life balance needs.
Being unemployed or unfulfilled at work often fosters difficult emotions, including doubt, low self-esteem, and lack of confidence; you might very well feel vulnerable and worried about the future.
Finding happiness in your work is an emotional process that involves processing and channeling challenging feelings like rejection and self-doubt in healthy ways rather than allowing them to sabotage your progress. The right
person can empower you to take
action, overcome setbacks, and
maintain your focus.
Career coaching can be done at any point during the work life of a professional. It’s a solution-based approach to career decisions. Career coaches focus on results, actions and accountability.
Professional career coaches are
skilled and trained in helping you
create a personalized plan designed to meet your goals. So, while you can definitely unearth a ton of great
material online, you’ll get advice and information tailored specifically to your needs when you work with an expert.
Following a thorough assessment
of your strengths, he or she will
typically guide you through a series
of questions about your unique situation
to make sure you have a strong understanding of why you’re unhappy
in your current role or why you might
prefer a large company over a small startup. A great coach will help you
put into words not only what your goals
are but how you can best achieve them.
Career coaching will give you the methodology and mindset to make
smart professional decisions and find your sweet spot – i.e. which opportunities exist, what you are good at and what you want from life.
‘the study of movement’.
The term is also used by
practitioners to describe a form
of therapy that uses muscle
monitoring (biofeedback) to
look at what may be causing
‘imbalances’ in the body and attempts
to relieve these imbalances.
The kinesiology approach examines
‘unresolved stress reactions’ in a person and provides techniques intended to help the body’s natural healing process.
CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE
Chinese herbal medicine is part of a
larger healing system called
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
Chinese herbs are prescribed to normalise imbalanced energy, or Qi (pronounced ‘chee’), that runs through invisible meridians in the body.
Whether or not the philosophy is believed, studies have shown Chinese herbal medicines to be successful
in treating a range of disorders, particularly gynaecological and gastrointestinal disorders.
Remedial massage is a complementary therapy which aims to locate and repair damaged areas of the body and speed up the body’s own healing processes.
Problems with the muscles can trigger or radiate pain to other parts of the body. Remedial massage aims to trace the original reason for the pain, tackling
both the cause of the problem
and the symptoms.
Remedial massage can stimulate the blood supply, make joints more mobile, and help to repair damaged tissues. The therapist will aim to balance the length, tone and tension of muscles and tendons, which restores the correct position of the bones, increases blood flow and helps heal injuries.
Easing and stabilising the muscles
can improve problems such as headaches, abdominal pain, low back pain and sciatic pain.
The pressure applied in this healing treatment can either be strong and
deep or gentle and shallow,
depending on the problem.
and frozen shoulder.
Naturopathy takes a holistic approach
to wellness. Naturopathy supports a person to live a healthy lifestyle. The foundations of naturopathy are based
on the importance of a healthy diet,
clean fresh water, sunlight, exercise
and stress management.
Naturopathy aims to educate the person to look after their own health and the health of their family, minimising symptoms of any illness, supporting
the body’s capacity to heal, and
balancing the body so that illness is
less likely to occur in the future.
A range of therapies are used to support the person. Therapies may include nutritional medicine, diet advice, herbal medicine, homeopathy, lifestyle advice, and tactile therapies, such as massage, acupressure or Bowen technique.