Holistic Health Services Concord NH

Looking for Holistic Health Services in Concord? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Concord that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Holistic Health Services in Concord.

Alan Gaby
(717) 249-5403
12 Spaulding Street
Concord, NH
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)

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Marcy Mikutowicz
(603) 748-2920
Concord, NH
Services
Crystal Healer, Reiki Master, Medium
Membership Organizations
Peacefulmind.com

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Lisa Schermerhorn
(781) 718-9288
Concord, NH
 
Paul Smith Counseling
(603) 226-6609
2 Union Street
Concord, NH
 
Amala Wellness
(978) 376-2871
152 South Mast Street
Goffstown, NH
Specialty
Ayurveda, Massage, Yoga
Education
Kripalu
Professional Memberships
National Ayurvedic Medical Association

Donna Liolis
(603) 934-4810
179 Webster Ave.
West Franklin, NH
Membership Organizations
International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Paul Smith Counseling
(603) 226-6609
2 Union Street
Concord, NH
 
Lisa Schermerhorn
(781) 718-9288
Concord, NH
 
Lisa Schermerhorn Energy Medicine
(781) 718-9288
188 N. Main St
Concord, NH
Specialty
Hypnosis,Past Life Regressions, Reiki Master, EFT
Gender
Female
Education
Certifed Hypnotist, Rhys Thomas Institute of Energy Medicine, Reiki Master William Lee Rand
Professional Memberships
National Guild of Hypnotists

Kathy Young Therapeutic Massage & Hypnosis
(603) 623-9900
46 Holly Street
Manchester, NH
Specialty
Hypnosis, Stop Smoking, Weight Loss, Stress Relief, Massage, Reiki
Education
Certified Consulting Hypnotist, LMT
Professional Memberships
NGH, AMTA, NCTMB, ACHE

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Six Tips for Finding Holistic Health Services

Posted in: Holistic and Alternative Health Care

In what many believe to be a reaction to the continued problems with the American medical system, the use holistic health services are exploding, and there does not seem to be an end in sight. Surveys find that between 30 and 50 percent of Americans see a holistic health practitioner, or holistic health product.

The growth of the availability of holistic health services is certainly part of the picture. The increasing popularity of alternative medicine has stimulated an increase in the numbers of holistic health centers, holistic health clinics, holistic health spas, and holistic health practitioners. Holistic healing retreats, once a symbol of new age culture, have become mainstream.

Perhaps the biggest boom has been in the area of holistic health schools and programs. A umber of states have added holistic health certification & accreditation, which has lead to holistic health training programs and a need for holistic health instructors.

Even with this explosion, holistic health services and practitioners can be hard to find. This is especially true in rural areas. In part, because holistic health licensing has not kept up with the demand, there is room for fraud. The issue is not just finding services but finding good services. Trying a new approach to your health my be intimidating, here are some ideas that my help in finding holistic health services.

  • There is always google but this will not always help with quality.
  • There are a number of good websites that maintain holistic health directories.
  • Holistic health events may allow one to talk with practitioners and with others who have experience.
  • There are many holistic health associations and organizations that maintain databases of members.
  • Holistic health schools can be a good source of information.
  • Lastly, friends may surprise you with their knwoledge of the subject.

Every journey begins with te first step. Good luck in...

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