One of the pillars of naturopathic medicine is nutrition. It's important to have a well balanced diet. The body takes in the nutrients that we eat to fuel our daily needs. If there isn't a variety of foods or the food is lacking in nutrients, then the body suffers. Tweaking the diet alone can have a large impact on health!
Homeopathic Treatment is a healing technique based on the principle of "like cures like" by addressing the symptoms as a whole. Homeopathy helps activate the natural healing processes in each person's body. Thus, gently restoring their physical and emotional well-being.
Biotherapeutic drainage is the therapeutic use of homeopathics, botanicals or trace minerals to facilitate the elimination of toxins out of the body. This is detoxification on the cellular level while also being gentle enough to be used with children and the elderly.
Supplements can be an important part of wellness. With the lack of nutrition in food, it is difficult to go without supplementing. Most people are lacking in many vitamins and minerals. It's important to understand your specific needs.
Herbal medicine is a great way to support our body's natural healing. The best way to start is adding herbs to the food we eat! The use of plant parts and extracts have been around for decades treating a variety of conditions.
When we are born, our soul has an imprint of our past ancestors and their actions, which then can impact our lives negatively. The main focus is on sensation within the body and not our personal story or feelings. Ancestral Clearing is the experience of consciousness, as our source, and accessing it to release the burdens of life.
Neuro Emotional Technique
This technique helps to process emotions on a subconscious level using muscle testing and acupuncture meridians. It taps into your neurologic response to certain situations or ailments and helps to release the emotional block that may be linked.
Learn more about Neuro Emotional Technique from this seven minute video.
In order to build a strong foundation all basic areas are taken into consideration. This includes, but is not limited to exercise, water intake, sleep, and emotional wellbeing.