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Therapies

Your nose knows

Your sense of smell affects your behaviour, helps you to sense danger, and plays a subtle role in how you communicate with others.

Know your essential oils

The therapeutic properties of essential oils are endless – they can be sedative, relaxing, energising, aphrodisiac and soothing.

The Buteyko method in South Africa

The Buteyko method is a Russian system of breathing exercises that allows for better oxygenation that can ease allergies and asthma while empowering you to take control of your health.

Lomi Lomi massage

Have pent-up emotions and stress swept away by the long flowing strokes of a Lomi Lomi massage.

Which type of yoga is right for you?

From soul-wrenching flows in 100-plus-degree rooms to quiet hours spent in mindful contemplation, the term “yoga” has come to mean many things to many people.

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The healing powers of Thai massage

Is there more to a massage than just an hour or two of relaxation? If you suffer from chronic backache, can a massage aid in your health and wellness regime?

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