Holistic Therapy is growing in popularity as a way of improving wellbeing and health. It's a non intrusive form of therapy. Holistic Therapy is an alternative to traditional medical treatment for certain conditions and falls outside mainstream healthcare.
Holistic Therapies use non-invasive forms of treatment, which aim to treat the underlying cause of your symptoms naturally in order to improve your overall general state of health and wellbeing.
Holistic Therapies can be used to complement a conventional treatment. Always get medical advice from your doctor if you are undergoing treatment from your medial practitioner.
Areas where holistic therapy classes can help
A number of complementary and alternative treatments are typically used with the intention of treating or curing a health condition. Examples of treatments recognised by the NHS include:
- Herbal medicines
Benefits of Holistic therapy
- Practitioners of holistic therapies treat emotional and spiritual health, not a current condition, which is one of the main reasons alternative therapies is on the rise.
- Practitioners typically place greater emphasis on one-on-one attention.
- Holistic approach focuses, not only on treatment, but also on prevention.
Things to consider
Adopting a holistic therapy approach requires time, it's not a quick fix. Although complementary alternative therapies can be very effective, it is also true that others simply do not work at all, or at least not for your ailments.
If you have an illness or medical condition it is always the best route to consider getting professional qualified medical advice first. Don't attempt to treat serious illness and injuries with alternative only therapies when conventional medicine would be best form of care. In the case of some infections, days can be too long.
Find Holistic Therapies Near You
- Acorn Yoga York
- Arlene Dunkley-Wood Walthamstow
- Challenge Fitness Wokingham
- Julia Anastasiou Greenwich, Marylebone
- Star Webb Yoga And Healing Liverpool