In light of the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, we would like to remind everyone to stay healthy.
At NATRAHEA, we have ramped up the necessary precautions in ensuring the hygiene, wellness and cleanliness of our staff and outlets.
We would like to reassure our clients of our protocols in place to maintain a clean and comfortable environment for all.
We value the importance of all client's and staff health and ensure it is a safe environment for all.
We thank you for your trust in us and let us stay united during this difficult time.
We seek your cooperation and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
In line with Natrahea’s philosophy and belief in the body’s ability to heal itself, Circle of Life reiterates this notion by focusing on the body’s three fundamental elements
If you’ve ever witnessed a wilting plant, and wonder whether it can be restored to its former glory, a similar question could be posed for the condition of your body with all its chronic ailments through wear and tear over the years.
For those who encounter chronic back pains that won't go away, this may prove disruptive, and in most cases, inhibitive to daily life routines.
The #1 Singapore Chiropractic Guide
Chiropractic is a health-care profession that focuses on the spine and other joints of the body, and their connection to the nervous system.
Spinal Decompression is More Effective Than Surgery!
Most back pain does not require medical treatment and can be remedied by improved posture through basic fitness, exercises and functional wellness therapy.
Lessen Neck Pain with Spinal Decompression and Exercise
Decompression therapy is a nonsurgical program designed to relieve pain in the lower back and neck, using a machine to slowly and gently stretch the spine. The theory is that stretching the spine will assist in taking pressure off of a compressed nerve root, therefore help to relieve pain.
Healing Naturally with Acupuncture
As one of the stanchions of TCM, acupuncture is a technique used by practitioners to stimulate specific points on the body by inserting thin needles into the skin to encourage natural healing.
Traditional Chinese Medicine - A New Pillar of Healing
Deeply rooted in Chinese culture, the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are built on a foundation that stretches back to over 2,500 years. TCM physicians employ techniques such as acupuncture, scraping, cupping and dispense Chinese herbs and medicine for the treatment and prevention of diseases.
Your Guide to TCM Herbs and Remedies
The Indians have Ayurveda, the Japanese have Reiki, and the Chinese have Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM for short.
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