Our Therapies

Drift your way to tranquility in our sensory deprivation pods. Great for mood, pain and other ailments.

A sophisticated pain management, fitness and mental rejuvenation treatment using localised freezing temperatures in short bursts of time.
This advanced light therapy machine will enable you to reach a deep meditative trance state in a safe, effective and quick way. Great for mood and pain.

Our Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist can help you optimise your health and work on your relationship with food, allowing you to reach your health goals in a sustainable and holistic way.

A well-recognised and effective practice to manage chronic pain, muscle relaxation and mental well-being.
Japanese Integrated Medicine is a holistic and complementary approach to managing health. It can be subdivided into physical medicine and internal medicine.

Yoga and meditation is an alternative form of exercise and is widely used to improve health and relaxation. 

Executive Mindset and Wellbeing coaching can help you to work on your professional development and wellbeing.
Reiki is a non-invasive complementary therapy, also called “energy healing”.

Craniosacral therapy is a gentle way of working the body using light touch. It helps your body to restore and balance itself

Photobiomodulation therapy is also known as low-level laser therapy.
Red Light Therapy uses red, low-level wavelengths of light to address a range of conditions such as skin problems, inflammation and chronic pain.
Experience the benefits of our organic CBD massage designed to soothe both mind and body. Effective in managing pain, calming nerves and reducing anxiety.

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Shamanic Healing focuses on the energy and emotional wellbeing of the individual.
Whether your body needs to heal, recover or rejuvenate, our state-of-the-art PureFlow treatment can help your body to function at its best.
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Shamanic Healing focuses on the energy and emotional wellbeing of the individual.
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