Lim Chun Chin is a pharmacist and a Chinese medicine physician. He offers acupuncture, acupressure (tuina), Chinese herbs and detox programmes to benefit a variety of ailments. He is available for home visits. You may see him around at the Man Man market or Hin Bus Depot pop up market giving consultations. Continue reading
Sarah-Joy Amin is a very gifted yoga teacher and inner dance/energy healer. She is now offering inner dance and energy healing private sessions.
Feeling stuck? Repeated mental and emotional challenges? Unable to let go of the past or to find solutions to repeated deep seated issues and life’s cross roads? Consider an Inner Dance healing session that combines energy work with personal insight and empowerment to take charge of your own healing process and start the wheels of change. Continue reading
To live a healthy and holistic lifestyle means living in harmony with your body, mind and spiritual beliefs as well as the environment and realising that everything is connected.
Suzanne Morgan takes you on a holistic journey around Penang to find out where you can nourish body, mind and spirit. Continue reading
Lifeworks Holistic Centre is located in a quiet area behind the busy Burma Road in Pulau Tikus. It offers a relaxed and tranquil environment for those seeking alternative therapies to nourish mind, body and spirit. Continue reading
KQ Naturopathic Centre is located in a corner house, in a quiet residential area, opposite a local park, with parking for up to 6 cars. Continue reading
If you are suffering with migraine, frozen shoulder, back pain or gastric problems, you may want to consider craniosacral therapy. Ken Morgan gives an overview of what craniosacral therapy is, how it evolved and how it can help you.
What is cranioscral therapy?
Craniosacral therapy is a form of light-touch body therapy. The goal of craniosacral Continue reading
Are you in pain? For most people who suffer with some sort of muscular or joint pain, a course of painkillers will usually do the trick. However, for others the pain continues and becomes chronic and difficult to manage. This is when thoughts may turn to trying complementary and alternative therapies.
Osteopathy and chiropractic are two therapies that successfully treat muscle and joint pain. How do osteopathy and chiropractic work and what is the difference? Continue reading