At Health Space, our experienced and passionate chiropractors combine their 5 year training and skills - including a Masters of Chiropractic - with a range of other techniques to ensure you are getting the most up-to-date treatments and the most out of your money.Read More
Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of healing. It comes under the umbrella of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Health Space acupuncturists have all trained for 5 years and are very skilled in gentle needling techniques; using a combination of therapies such as moxa, cupping and tui na massage as part of a tailored treatment.Read More
Herbal medicine is the medicinal use of plants to treat disease and enhance overall health and vitality. The great thing about using plant extracts and herbs is that you can have great improvements in health, without the nasty side effects of using pharmaceutical drugs.
Naturopaths implement herbal medicine from a western perspective, whilst the Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners implement it from an eastern perspective. Both are very powerful.
Massage therapy is intended to enhance relaxation, reduce pain caused by muscle tension, increase range of motion and improve circulation. Whether you are recovering from a training session or injury, are stressed, or simply want to add some relaxation into your day, then massage is a great choice.
Be sure to decide from the variety of styles available when you book your massage including deep tissue / sports, remedial, relaxation, lymphatic, pregnancy or hot stone.Read More
There are many forms of kinesiology used by practitioners all over the world. Kinesiology uses muscle testing to give feedback or monitor imbalances in the body that may be causing dis-ease. It can be used as a stand alone technique - as seen in holistic kinesiology - or as an adjunct to other therapies such as osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy or massage therapy.
The main styles of kinesiology used by practitioners at Health Space are; AK (applied kinesiology), TBM (total body modification), NET (Neuro Emotional Technique), and NIS (Neurological Integrational System).Read More
Yoga & Pilates
It is believed that yoga and its various branches of iyengar, hatha and ashtanga is the most widely practiced exercise in the world. Yoga requires both physical and mental discipline, hence you get physical strengthening and lengthening benefits, as well as relaxation and stress reduction.
Pilates focuses on controlling and strengthening the core and pelvic floor muscles. So which one is best? You can decided by trying all the classes and finding the style and teacher you like best for just $25 for 2 weeks of unlimited classes.Read More
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