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Nutrition, food rebalancing, psycho-emotional, Phytology, Hydrology, reflexology, respiratory technique, energy


What is Naturopathy?

As more and more people turn to traditional or alternative healthcare, naturopathic approaches continue to grow in popularity.  

Naturopathy is a traditional western medicine. It is one of the three traditional medicines recognized by the WHO (World Health Organisation), along with traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine (India).

Naturopathy mainly focuses on prevention, treatment and the promotion of optimal health, using therapeutic methods that encourage the process of self-healing.  

Naturopathy implies a holistic approach to the prevention of disease, the encouragement of ones'inherent healing capacity, the responsibility for one's health and ones'education in health promotion and healthy lifestyles.


Naturopathy combines ancestral natural therapies with contemporary progress in health and human systems understanding.

Naturopathy can therefore be described as the general practice of therapeutic natural health, which includes ten techniques. Basically:  

  • Nutritional and dietary readjustment

  • Psycho-emotional management

  • Physical exercise  


… and also:

  • Phytology, with infusions/decoctions and other types of plant extracts,

  • Hydrology (water: sauna, bath, hot water bottle, etc.)

  • The so-called “reflex” techniques (osteopathy, acupuncture, shiatsu, etc.),

  • Manual/energetic techniques (massages and reflexology),

  • Breathing techniques (cardiac coherence, relaxation)

  • Energy techniques (electromagnetic pollution, etc.)

  • Radiation techniques (heliotherapy, color therapy, etc.)

The 5 principles of Naturopathy


A global approach of the individual, which takes into consideration his or her physical, energetic, emotional, mental/intellectual, spiritual and socio-cultural aspects.


An investigation on the origin of the symptoms


A Philosophy observing the individual vital energy has an essential key factor to health and recovery. That concept can be found in most  ancestral medecines (Ayurveda = Prana ; Chinese Traditional Medicine = Chi ou Ki ; Arab = Ruh ; Maya = Ch’uel, etc.)


The 'Art of Good Living', especially when it comes to nutrition, includes prevention and a life in harmony with the laws of nature and the seasons, etc.


It considers the different body fluids (blood and lymph) and their diversions.

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