K holistic therapy  uses a powerful combination of ancient and modern therapies to remove the blocks to health and well-being and to maintain the equilibrium of the individual. 

The British Holistic Medical Association describes holistic medicine as 'whole person health care. Holistic practitioners aim to treat their patients or clients as whole people with psychological, spiritual, emotional and social as well as physical needs.They believe that by recognising health and illness at all these levels they can give better health care and can help people use their own capacity for self-healing. ' http://www.bhma.org 

The holistic approach we take in our treatments can help to activate the amazing healing potential we posses  and may be used to help a wide range of challenges.

Our Principles are:

 Do good deeds

• Help to heal the sick

• Always do what is right

• Work for the freedom of all mankind

• Enlighten those who sleep.

The role of the practitioner is to help and support healing. 

The House of Lords Select Committee (2000) report into complementary and alternative approaches highlighted several differences between them and the 'orthodox' medical approach.

* CAM therapists tend to focus on a person's overall sense of well-being, their personal experiences, and social context within which they are living.

* Consultations are generally much longer than those offered by 'conventional' practitioners, and they frequently take place in relaxed and pleasant environments.

* As well as being longer, consultations tend to be more detailed and thorough than those in 'conventional' medical settings.

*CAM therapists tend to have very good communication skills, including active listening skills, and are able to create relationships based on openness, warmth and trust. They are also skilled at communicating about health issues in language which is easy to understand.

* they often specialise in dealing with health problems that are difficult to define and which may not be considered important by 'conventional' medicine - particularly if there is no diagnosable pathology.