Spring has Sprung! At the centre we are overjoyed that Spring has finally begun (though it certainly didn't feel like it in the beginning!). It's such a great time to begin again - by getting outside and (maybe) getting active, having a tidy up and shedding the winter coats!
What are you looking forward to? For us, it will be hearing all the Tui and Kaka chirping in the lovely native tress we have in the centre's garden!
We think we've got some neat stuff in this newsletter:
a bit of a deep dive into one of our newest members, Rhys and how Zero Balancing helped him with injury recovery and the suprising added benefit that lead him to become a practitioner.
Megan's sharing some great news - the iheart resilience programme for school age kids is really taking off locally. As a result she's changing her work times and increasing her offering to clients in the area.
Enjoy! Lily and Claire x
Keep your ears open! We are excited to let you know that Sunday Sanctuaries will be happening again soon at the centre. These popular 2 hour mini retreats, centred around providing you with the space and tools to rest, reflect and recharge will be starting up from October/November.
In honour of the time and energy the practitioners take to prepare and respect for their experience we have decided to increase the price to $75.
You can check our website for more details on our Sunday Sanctuaries page. or email Lily@ngaiohealth.co.nz if you would like to be the first to know.
A case study for Zero Balancing Zero Balancing is a recent addition to the Ngaio Health team, though it is increasingly getting the attention it deserves.
As a non-diagnostic holistic treatment, it can be a little hard to understand so we have enlisted the help of Rhys to fill out a case study detailing how Zero Balancing helped him, both physically and mentally. (This is a great 5min read with a cuppa) Read more here:
How to Help: Stress Related Pain Most people think that stress related pain is held in the muscles of the back and neck. While that is partly true, what is not commonly known is that most tension is actually held deep in the bones.
The upper ribs between the shoulders are one classic site of this tension, with the pain often radiating along the rib under the scapula. When we are not able to release stress naturally we sometimes unconsciously grit our teeth, hunch our shoulders, or slouch in our chairs over our laptops and cell phones. This places stress into our structure which eventually results in chronic bone pain in the back, shoulders, neck, and jaw with tension headaches common. Energy is not able to flow freely through the bone, getting snagged up, causing a painful vibration.
Zero Balancing gently eases away the tension from bones allowing our own energy to circulate freely through our body. We remain comfortably clothed while acupressure and stretches (focused on bone) are applied in a remarkable head to foot therapy that re-balances our whole body. Not only can pain be gently relieved, the originating mental stress can also be released, leaving us feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Rhys has a coupon code for new clients to receive $15 off: LEGEND15
Megan @ Ngaio Megan’s hours are changing. From October 13th Megan will be working the afternoon shift 2pm – 6pm on a Tuesday. Available for Homeopathic, BodyTalk, HTMA and Wellbeing and Resilience sessions!
Additionally, she is now offering Wellbeing and Resilience sessions for families, this can be siblings and parents or carers.
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) with Megan Are you suffering from fatigue, brain fog, lack of motivation or enthusiasm for life? Consider having an Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis done.
“I am good, way more energized. It’s incredible. I feel more positive. It has changed the way I see things. I feel like a new person”. Female, 52, one month after following her HTMA regime.
For more information please contact Megan on: email@example.com or check out our HTMA page.
iheart Resilience Programme This 10 -week programme for young people aged 10-15 years is being co-run by our lovely long-time practitioner Megan in Term 4.
This dynamic and interactive programme is designed to engage sound people and help them understand the source of their innate resilience and wellbeing.
Over the course of 10 sessions, students learn about accessing the built-in knowledge that empowers them with the confidence to manage their challenges and difficulties covering issues such as: worry, stress, anxiety, low moods, anger, bullying, social media, self image and identity.
Wednesday afternoons 14th October - 16th December (Term 4) 3.45pm - 4.45pm
Spaces are limited. To secure your place, please contact Julie Cederman or Megan Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost: $220 for the 10-week programme. Parent / caregiver welcome to attend.