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September 2021 Newsletter

View in browser Holistic List Newsletter September 2021 Apologies to anyone who has received this newsletter more than once our email programme had a glitch, sorry. Holistic List Team What is the new normal? Getting back to ‘normal’ life after a global pandemic has and continues to be a challenge. Travel to work or coming Read more…

What is Colonic Hydrotherapy

Colonic Hydrotherapy is a safe and natural therapy to detox the body and increase energy levels. It gently stimulates the colon with purified water, allowing for the removal of toxins build up. It draws water containing nutrients into the colon through the rectum where it gently massages the walls of the colon. It improves health Read more…

What is a holistic approach to dentistry?

Traditional vs Holistic The traditional dentist only focuses on fixing problems in the mouth and doesn’t address any problems that might arise in overall health from problematic dental materials. The holistic dentist sees the mouth and the materials in the mouth as an integral part of a patient’s whole body health. The mouth does not exist in a vacuum. Getting holes in your teeth (cavities) Read more…

Holistic a definition

What is the meaning of the word ‘Holistic’.  It is used in so many way in contemporary society, but what does it relate to? In short: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” expresses the essence of holism, a term coined by the great South African general and statesman Jan Smuts in 1926. Read more…

Join the Only Vetted Multidisciplinary Directory of Holistic Practitioners in the United Kingdom

We started the Holistic List because we could not find a single resource that we could trust with confidence, that listed vetted practitioners and could be booked and paid for online. We focus on Holistic businesses specialising in complementary and alternative practices, courses, retreats and spas. We are trusted by local government and the NHS Read more…

What Certification is Needed to be Taken as a Serious Practitioner?

What skills or level of education do you think is acceptable when engaging a practitioners, or does it change depending on what you are looking for? For example you are looking for a a simple relaxing body massage, should the practitioner be scrutinised the same as if you were looking for a Chiropractor? Personally I Read more…