”I decided to be happy because it is good for my health. “


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What are we talking about ?

Naturopathy has been recognised by the World Health Organisation as the third most important traditional medical practice, after traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine

Like the latter, naturopathy is a holistic approach, based on the principle of preserving vital energy.

To do this, it does not seek to treat a symptom but rather to identify the underlying causes of the problem and thus help the body to combat it via natural remedies and techniques, by stimulating the body’s self-healing mechanisms.

To this end, the naturopath relies on the following pillars:


  • A healthy, balanced and living diet;
  • The good state of the emunctories (organs for the evacuation of waste and toxins from the body);
  • Observation, acceptance and acceptance of our emotions;
  • Restorative sleep;
  • The practice of physical exercises, Yoga in my case;
  • The use of plants: phytotherapy, aromatherapy, Bach flowers;
  • Massage inherited from Ayurvedic medicine.
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What are the indications for naturopathy?

Naturopathy is for everyone, thanks to its individualised and adaptive approach, depending on the vitality of the person who comes to consult. It is all the more effective when the self-healing capacity is high and the ground less “clogged”.

Naturopathy is part of an integrative approach, complementary to allopathic medicine and thus accompanies people under medical treatment, by a complementary approach to support, manage stress, facilitate draining, revitalize.

  • Digestive, skin, respiratory and circulatory disorders, repetitive or chronic, and benign acute disorders,
  • Sleep and mood disorders,
  • Stress and anxiety,
  • Weight gain or loss,
  • Dermatological disorders,
  • Joint and muscle pain,
  • Weakness of the immune system
  • Les troubles du cycle menstruel et de la reproduction,
  • Menstrual cycle and reproductive disorders,
  • Pregnancy support,
  • Ageing and age-related disorders


And so much more…..

Attention :

In no case does naturopathy replace a medical consultation. The naturopath is not a doctor and does not make a medical diagnosis. No treatment should be stopped without the advice of your doctor.

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