Bush Healing Centre - Practitioners & Therapists in Alternative Care
The Bush Healing Centre was created with the incentive to practise the healing arts. For the last 20 years as an Alternative Holistic therapist, having been trained as a practitioner by Ear and Nada Acupuncturists and fully accredited by them, to aid people with Stress management, Cession therapy, and Relaxation, in the use of acupuncture needles to gain a solution and remedy issues within the body.
Also having been a member of the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists in London in the passed to become a Professional Iridologist, were learning the intricacies of the eye and the information that it holds.
All the training and education in massage, that was obtained in India by way of members of Osho's Ashram, where most of the skills were obtained, in Ayurvedic Yogic Massage, and Tibetan Massage in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala where there is a large Tibetan community and the Dali Lama resides.
This was all before returning to Europe and becoming a Crystal Healer, & Nutritionist.
Ayurvedic Yogic Massage (Indian Deep Tissue Massage)
Thermo-Auricular Acupuncture (Restorative & Cessation Therapy)
Raw & Cooked Food Nutritionist
Crystal Auricular Acupunture
Iridology (Iris Diagnosis)
Crystal Vibrational Healing
Having insurance cover from Towergate Insurance.
Policy held : Worldwide cover, with the capabilities to use Skype and telephone consultations.
The potential to hire a therapist from the centre to care for clients is base in London at present yet, when a company or person would like to hire someone to accompany guests or clients on voyages or in respect of holidays to other destinations work can reviewed and quoted for as a personal therapist.
Stipulation on healing domestic animals:
With the treatment of animals the company, is insured to treat and the underwriters do confirm to cover practitioners with there. Subject to legal stipulations and in adherence with the conditions given, in compliance with the Act of 1966.
The Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 prohibits anyone, other than a qualified veterinary surgeon from treating animals, including diagnosis of ailments and giving advice on such diagnosis. However the healing of animals by the laying on of hands or distance healing is legal, The Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a veterinary surgeon the owner, does and will need to obtain this. (Applying to domesticated animals)