The Healing Arts and Sciences Nicotine Addiction and Rehabilitation Program (NAaRP)
This program is designed for people who have quit many times before and who are now serious about their need to be rid of the smoking habit forever.
NAaRP is a fully integrated, managed program developed over 35 years, based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine using Acupuncture, Moxabustion, Chinese Herbs and Taoist Yoga (Tao Yin) and working with compatible natural therapies including massage, psychotherapy/counseling, homeopathy, osteopathy and naturopathy.
NAaRP works at multiple levels, both physical and psychological to comprehensively deal with the cause and effects of smoking. This program minimizes the deleterious effects of smoking and further, supports the ability to resist the powerful cravings associated with nicotine addiction which arise at various intervals, often for several years after quitting.
Those wishing to undertake the NAaRP undergo assessment by our counselors and then receive a program and appointment schedule with payment plan tailored to their needs.
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The Healing Arts and Sciences Fat Loss optimisation Program (FLoP)
FLoP is based on establishing the correct eating pattern for your body type using the principles developed over thousands of years by masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The program uses a combination of therapies and modalities specially designed for your individual needs; these include electro-auricular and body acupuncture, counseling, a specifically tailored Yang Ming diet protocol, Tao Yin Yoga, lymphatic drainage and Chinese Herbal Medicine.
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The Healing Arts and Sciences Wellness improvement Program (WiP)
WiP caters to those who are not sick but who ‘just don’t feel well’ most of the time and can’t figure out why. WiP includes an initial consultation with our principle counselor/therapist during which the various therapeutic options available are discussed.
A program is then developed based on the appropriate therapeutic choices including Acupuncture, Tao Yin Yoga/Tai Chi, Massage, Diet, Chinese Herbs, Psychotherapy/Counseling, Osteopathy/Chiropractic, Homeopathy and Naturopathy.
For more information on the Healing Arts and Sciences Programs, contact Graham Carruthers at firstname.lastname@example.org
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