Yoga possesses a variety of different styles that address numerous health and fitness needs for different lifestyles. Increased flexibility, strength, endurance and balance are all benefits from practicing yoga that will help both athletes and less active people add a larger variety of movement to themselves throughout the day. Yoga promotes regular exercise and unprocessed foods to emphasize their approach to wellness. Yoga also utilizes deep breathing to calm the nerves, oxygenate body tissues, relieve anxiety, and strengthen the lungs and diaphragm. Yoga helps strengthen the supporting muscles through a series of poses designed to improve strength and posture.

The practice of yoga also focuses on the present moment and limiting activity of the mind, which lowers blood pressure and aids in handling stress. Yoga has helped countless people overcome stress anxiety and develop accurate self-awareness It helps bring awareness to negative thoughts, allowing the creation of positive habits which will lead to improve health while gaining better control of the mind.


Homeopathy is based on the principle of “like cures like”. According to this principle, an illness is treated by a remedy that induces similar symptoms to those suffered by the patient. The dilution of a substance allows the body to build a tolerance and resistance which henceforth allows the body to heal itself naturally. Homeopathy is remedied to suit each individual patient.

Homeopathy was created in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann and is used worldwide to this day.

Nutritional Therapies

Nutritional therapy is holistic in nature. This means that it is meant to treat the whole rather than the individual parts. Medicine often only treats the symptoms of a problem rather than curing the cause of the problem. Nutritional therapy is designed to cure the cause of the problem. By combining science (biochemistry and nutrition) with naturopathy (natural, drug-free medicine), Nutritional therapy seeks to return each patient to a state of optimal health.