• R U OK?

    R U OK?

    Today is R U OK day so we thought it timely to let you know we are here to help. Stress is a natural part of life. We find ways to manage stress, such as walk in nature, listen to music, reading- down time for ourselves to distract from the pressures and calm ourselves. ButRead more →

  • Testimonial for Glen Nelson

    Testimonial for Glen Nelson

    “Hi… My name is Luke. I work in the Solar industry as an electrician and play footy locally in the Tallangatta league. I get looked after by the team (Glen) at Border Natural Therapies. In the past they have helped me with strained hamstrings, corked thighs and more recently, a spiral fracture in one ofRead more →

  • STRESS RELEASE ADVICE

    STRESS RELEASE ADVICE

    ESR (EMOTIONAL STRESS RELEASE) is used for dealing with stress. You can use this technique anywhere and for all sorts of stressful occasions, like exam prep, sporting events, job interviews, resolving conflict etc. It aids in rebalancing our emotions and releases any pent up anger. You will feel a bit lighter & relaxed, brain fogRead more →

  • Kinesiology with Heidi

    Kinesiology with Heidi

    Kinesiology put simply helps restore balance to the body. Kinesiology works by accessing the muscular feedback from your body (through muscle testing) and assists the body with its natural ability to heal itself. Imbalances in the body can be structual, chemical or emotional and other energy, by muscle testing the body indicates the priority healingRead more →

  • David’s Bowen Retreat

    David’s Bowen Retreat

    It’s not often that you would think of a weekend of what you do for work as a great way to unwind but that’s exactly how my weekend panned out. I spent the weekend with a wonderful group of therapists taking part in a Bowen retreat run by Anne Schubert and Christos Miliankos. Don’t getRead more →

  • DO YOU SUFFER FROM PERIOD PAIN?

    DO YOU SUFFER FROM PERIOD PAIN?

    Did you know that the health of your hip flexor muscle the iliopsoas (pronounced ILL-ee- oh-So- az) can be affecting Women’s menstrual cycle? HOW? The nerves of the reproductive organs are embedded through the iliopsoas muscle and if this muscle is tight then it will affect these nerves, which could be causing unnecessary abdominal painRead more →

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