Acupuncturist and Naturopath – Georgia Cosgrove

We are so excited to announce that Georgia is returning to Kansha Natural Therapies. Georgia is a highly skilled Acupuncturist, as well as a qualified Naturopath. Her special interests lay in Women’s health and integrative fertility, though her skillset extends well beyond these. She is delighted to be offering comprehensive and personalised treatments to her patients. We know many of you have waited a long time to see her. Bookings can be made online at www.kansha.com.au or call us on 5473-0724.

Georgia grew up on the banks of the Murray River in country Victoria, moving to Melbourne in her teens to complete her studies in Heath Science. Here she completed her studied of the purest origins at the ‘Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine’ gaining certification in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Chinese therapeutic Massage. In the same week she graduated, she hit the road for Queensland where she initially worked at a clinic that focused on integrative Fertility management working alongside of a fertility clinic in Brisbane. Womens health and Fertility come naturally to her with a mother who is a midwife and having spent her interning years with an integrative gynaecologist. After working as a TCM practitioner for over a decade in an integrative clinic with other modalities, Georgia saw the marked benefits in her patients who pursued treatment with Naturopathic/Nutritional Medicine. Her intrigue and already established faith in the modality led her to study Naturopathy via distance whilst working and then on her Maternity leave. Her Naturopathic treatment plans are as comprehensive as they come, thanks to the thorough approach and in part due to the highly qualified practitioners she interned under all over Australia. Georgia is a present and inspired practitioner, excited to use her skill set to help you meet your health goals. 

September 2019 Newsletter

Spring has sprung and we are thrilled. The days are getting longer and warmer, the gardens are blooming and the birds are waking us at first light. As we move between the seasons, we see consistent and clear changes. Each season has it’s cycle and it’s hard not to notice when you stop and pay attention.

As we all come out of our winter hibernation we encourage everyone to notice and welcome the changes as they come. There are more hours to enjoy these gorgeous days and appreciate all that we are blessed with in our amazing Noosa region. Get out and smell the fresh air. Sink your feet into the earth, take time to adjust. Being mindful is something we wholeheartedly encourage for all our patients. We truly believe it makes a huge difference in the amount of joy you can squeeze out of every single day.

Generally, Spring is the season where we feel our most inspired and purposeful. While we encourage you to keep consuming warming foods on cooler days, we do need less of our winter foods as the temperature rises. Allow your cooking to slowly move towards lighter methods. Take advantage of abundant fresh produce available from the area throughout Spring.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the liver and gall bladder are at the peak of their activity throughout Spring. Supporting these organs is crucial. Supporting and balancing them throughout Spring will benefit the entire body and provide a strong foundation for good health.

Foods to look for this season and include in your diet are basil, beetroot, carrot, celery, coconut milk, lemon, oats, ginger, prawns, cucumber, oranges, seeds and leafy greens.

It’s worth noting that the weather can tend towards high winds during Spring, be sure to cover up on those days. Even a light scarf can go a long way in protecting yourself from excessive wind.

For those with internal wind (inner wind comes about from an imbalance of Yin and Yang), this wind can attack internal organs if they are weakened. You may experience symptoms such as dizziness, cramps, itching, spasms, ringing of the ears or headaches. Acupuncture along with Chinese herbs are a wonderful way to support the body and dispel excess wind, we have practitioners who are able to assist in this.

Juicing is a great way to target specific organs and provide additional support. The following juice is great for supporting the liver and assisting in removal of toxins. It’s a fabulous juice to add to your day as we move into Spring.

1 beetroot, scrubbed
1 handful of leaves (tip: dandelion leaves are bitter but fabulous for liver support)
1 green apple
1 lemon
1 cucumber
Just put these through your juicer, pop it into a glass and give it a stir. Ideally this is best consumed freshly juiced just before a meal. Juice on an empty stomach allows for maximum digestion and absorption.

Have you already taken advantage of our Longevity Vouchers? Our patients over 60 years are eligible to purchase one voucher every single year. Give us a call and find out when you are able to renew. For patients that have not yet purchased one, it’s a fabulous way to save some serious dollars on your favourite treatments. Ask us at the front desk or ask your practitioner for the details.

Deborah Callan explains to us about Bowen Therapy

Bowen therapy is a non-invasive treatment practiced by Deborah. Bowen Therapy positively influences and stimulates the Automatic Nervous System (ANS).  Our ANS regulates our stress response and controls over 80% of our bodily functions, including our cardiac, respiratory, peripheral circulation, reproductive, endocrine and gastrointestinal systems.  By reducing the load on our ANS, associated symptoms can be alleviated.  Our body is better equipped to handle our day-to-day world.

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What to expect

Consultations include a full history of your condition, current life issues and lifestyle demands, a gait and movement assessment, postural analysis and diagnosis.  Treatment is individually tailored to suit every client.

You’ll leave with a clear understanding of your condition, an integrated treatment plan (liaising with your medical practitioner, specialist and other parties as necessary) and specifically targeted rehabilitation exercises. Our aim is provide you with the tools and knowledge to facilitate freedom of movement and thereby enhance your own healing, health and wellbeing.

No medical referral is necessary unless under EPC, TAC, work cover or DVA

Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner Deborah Callan at Kansha Natural Therapies

Jin Shin Jyutsu works on the Mind, Body and Spirit. An ancient Japanese Art of balancing the body’s energy system, which acts by healing and restoring the body to a more harmonious state of being. Practitioner Deborah Callan explains to you about this. Find out more from us at Kansha 🌿

#Kansha, #JinShinJyustu, #Acupressure

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What is Jin Shin Jyutsu?
Jin Shin Jyutsu works on the Mind Body and Spirit.  Jin Shin Jyutsu is a  Ancient Japanese Art of balancing the body’s energy system, which acts by healing and restoring the body to a more harmonious state of being. Jin Shin Jyutsu is similar to acupressure where by a practitioner use’s their hands to gently balance the flow of life energy in the clients body. 
How Does It Work?
Jin Shin Jyutsu Has 26 Safety Energy Locks along energy pathways that feed life into our bodies. When one of the paths become blocked the result can cause disharmony.  Holding these energy locks in combination can bring balance to the body. To harmonise the energy in our body the practitioner applies their fingertips over clothing on designated areas of the body. This allows the blocked energy to flow freely. It is effective for the treatment of all conditions as a complementary therapy. The treatment takes one hour with the client laying on their back, or the application can be done sitting in a chair. There is no massage or physical manipulation of the body.
What are the benefits of Jin Shin Jyutsu?
The experience of Jin Shin Jyutsu is unique to each individual and to each session. The most commonly reported effect is a feeling of deep relaxation of both mind and body during and after treatment.
For optimum health our energy needs to flow freely. The stress of daily life- habits,emotions, illness and physical activity add up over time.
They can have adverse effects on the natural flow of energy along these pathways, similar to the way stones inhibit the free movement of water in a stream.
Who Should Have Jin Shin Jyutsu?
Everybody can have Jin Shin Jyutsu, it is gentle enough for newborns to the elderly and even wheelchair bound clients.
Some of the benefits you may feel after having a Jin Shin Jyutsu treatment are….Pain relief from chronic and acute injury, increased mobility, a deep sense of relaxation,improved sleep, relief from anxiety and depression.
For those without ailments, receiving regular sessions keeps the mind in harmony releasing stuck behaviour patterns and releasing tensions which in turn helps to prevent illness.
Below is a list of a range of health related issues Jin Shin Jyutsu can help with 
Arthritis 
Autisim
Back,Neck, Knee related pain
Broken Bones
Carpal Tunnel
Enhances Sports Performance 
Fertility Issues
Hip Issues 
Jaw related pain
Meniere’s Disease 
Motor Neuron Disease
Parkinson
Pre-Post Natal pregnancy 
Shoulder Issues
Sinus
Thyroid issues
Vertigo
…Relaxation and general Well-being

June 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to our winter newsletter! It’s been a hive of activity as usual here at Kansha. We have loved welcoming so many of you in to our warm and cosy rooms to do what we do best.

In Noosa we are lucky to escape the more extreme winter temperatures of our neighbours down south, hence the influx of visitors at this time of year. Noosa is a wonderful place to be over the winter months and we are so grateful to our local and visiting patients that return to us year in and year out.

As winter rolls on, make sure to keep warm and keep an eye out for warming foods. Seasonal produce is always ideal. We are more than spoiled for choice so take advantage of the abundant food choices available to us. Happy winter everyone!!

We are very excited to let you all know that we have a new practitioner amongst our family. Deborah Callan has joined us and is practising Jin Shin Jyutsu and Bowen Therapy. She is a highly specialised practitioner and the only person practicing Jin Shin Jyutsu on the coast. How lucky are we!!

Jin Shin Jyutsu is an ancient Japanese healing technique. The art of Jin Shin Jyutsu is to harmonise the life energy within the body. It helps to release tension within our body, which contributes to various symptoms. Our bodies contain energy pathways that feed life into all of the cells within our body. When one or more of these pathways become blocked, this effect may lead to discomfort or even pain. Stagnation will not only disrupt the local area around that pathway but can eventually disharmonise the path or paths of the energy flow. Unblocking these pathways is key to a healthier life. Jin Shin Jyutsu is a very gentle therapy and suitable for people any age.

We go on about lemons a lot here. These power houses are packed full of everything you could ever need to help stay healthy through out winter. They are packed full of Vitamin C and soluble fibre (beneficial for gut health and slows the digestion of starch and sugars), not to mention fabulous for your heart health. Due to their high Vitamin C and citric acid content, they can even assist you to absorb as much iron as possible from your diet which helps protect against anaemia. Adding lemons to your food and drinks is such an easy way to improve your health and wellbeing. Warm water with lemon is perfect over the cooler months and we love to add a cheeky teaspoon of raw honey for added immune benefits!

Longevity Vouchers are still here and available to our clients who are 60 years and older. They are continuing to be hugely popular and a wonderful way to encourage ongoing care. They are purchased upfront and can be redeemed over 3 visits with the therapist and modality of your choice. Eligible clients are able to purchase one voucher every 12 months. You can purchase either for yourself or for an eligible loved one. Feel free to drop past or call with any questions. We are so happy to assist in any way we can.

March 2019 Newsletter

Beautiful Autumn!

It’s no surprise that Autumn in Noosa is high on the favourites list. Relief from our hot Summer has finally arrived, it’s time to cool down!

Just like our wardrobe selection changes with the seasons, so should the foods we choose to grow, buy and eat. As the temperature begins to drop, we need to look for foods that warm and nourish our bodies. Always look for seasonal produce and take the time to sit down and enjoy your food. This alone has been proven to improve digestion, reduce overeating and improve overall meal satisfaction. Not to mention the perfect excuse to take time and connect with our loved ones.

 

Longevity Vouchers

These are still available and still proving very popular with our 60+ year old patients. They offer amazing value and promote ongoing health and wellbeing. Ask us about our Longevity Vouchers.

Diffusers

No diffuser to make use of your Essential Oils? We have diffusers in stock. These beautiful machines use ultrasonic technology to freshen and improve your air quality. These diffuse for up to 8 hours and turn off automatically when the water reserve is depleted.

Young Living

We have just had a delivery of all your favourites. Lavender, Lemon, Raven, Thieves and Peppermint to name a few. They are all available to purchase from Kansha, offering many health benefits and of course they smell amazing!!!

 

 

 

Reflexology

Here at Kansha, we have several practitioners offering Reflexology, an ancient principle enhancing health and balance in our bodies. The basic principles of Reflexology indicate that areas of our feet and body directly relate with internal organs and structures within our body. Through gentle pressure and stimulation of these points we can begin to balance and restore. It is a wonderful therapy and can also be deeply relaxing. Our patients have seen improvements in many areas including digestive and skin health, improved circulation, improved lymphatics and reduced pain. With such a myriad of health benefits, it’s easy to see why this has become an in-demand therapy.

 

Farewell to a couple of favourites!

The first quarter of the year will see us farewell two familiar faces. Karakrista has been an important part of our team for many years and has enjoyed a fulfilling and very much successful time at Kansha offering Physiotherapy to her clients.

Similarly, Rebecca has helped many patients return to better health through her incredible massage techniques and intuitive healing over the past 3 years. Her deep tissue skills will be missed by many!!

We wish them both the very best and will be very much missed among our team.

Recovery from Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

By Kawai Tsang, in consultation with Margaret (Margie) Thomson

 

Margie initiated her own research into Recovery from Trauma and PTSD after several women experiencing trauma due to significant events approached her for general massage. These events included assault, surgery, cancer, domestic violence and acute pain as examples.

She utilised her knowledge of the Limbic System, memory triggers and the Fight/Flight response and how trauma affects the body including muscles to help these clients.

She used deeply relaxing massage techniques to enhance the Parasympathetic Nervous System. This assisted the client to feel safe in trusted hands, feel in control, feel valued and feel connected to the therapist. The patient was able to appreciate treatment as a process to re-engage in her community.

Margie read papers and books on the subject including:

  • Recovering Body and Soul from PTSD

By Trish Dryden and Pamela Fitch

  • The Body Keeps The Score

By Bessel Van Der Kolk

  • The Body Remembers

By Babette Rothschild

  • What Happened To My Brain

By Dr. Caroline Leaf

She engaged Michelle Govern (Masters in Counselling) as her mentor and worked alongside Nelli Martin (Psychologist) during the 6 months it took to complete the case study. She worked within the safe environment provided by Kansha Natural Therapies.

 

CASE STUDY FINDINGS

A patient survived a severe incident of family violence by her then partner in 2015. She was diagnosed with PTSD seven months after the event. Her PTSD symptoms were triggered on a regular and on-going basis. On the healing journey, the patient benefited immensely from talk therapy, which gave her an understanding of her PTSD and strategies to deal with trauma. From the talk therapy, particularly the focus on acceptance, the patient began to view her PTSD not a something wrong with the body, but that PTSD is a normal response to an abnormal and extreme life event and the PTSD continue to be triggered.

On a physical level, the patient has found Acupuncture effective for balancing body and mind and also Ayurvedic medicine effective for supporting the nervous system and addressing adrenal fatigue on an ongoing basis. Intense physical exercise in the form of short, high-intensity boxing and circuit fitness programs also helped release strong emotions such as anger and frustration and by releasing endorphins. The workouts gave her a sense of strength and accomplishment, helping to alleviate feelings of helplessness, hopelessness and despair. She has also independently explored many self-care strategies including practicing yoga, daily meditation and walking in nature.

At the point the bodywork with Margie began, the patient had already been on a healing journey for 18 months. Although no stranger to massage and aromatherapy, the patient was completely unprepared for the profound difference taking part in this therapy would make to her healing journey. The effect of the bodywork was a huge leap forward in a process that was a grueling daily battle. The overall goal in Post-trauma bodywork is to help the patient become safely embodied within the self. Talk therapy alone does not always adequately address the fear and mistrust that has been encoded into their bodies. In a multidisciplinary context, Post-trauma bodywork can help bring clients back into themselves by increasing their feelings of safety and mastery in the world.

Margie followed the Collaborative, Empowering and Integrated/Cooperation approach. From the beginning, Margie stressed that the approach would be collaborative, the bodywork aiming to work together with psychotherapy. The treatment plan began with establishing “safety boundaries and goals for the day” followed by massage therapy. Margie created a therapeutic environment that was both safe and empowering. The massage room became a sanctuary where the patient could deeply relax and the body and mind respite from the continuous feeling of lack of safety. A respectful reciprocal relationship developed where Margie and her patient were to learn from each other. She listened carefully and began on a journey of discovery together with the patient. This approach enabled the patient to be active and probably more aware of the body than she otherwise would have. The client was able to choose the type of massage and essential oils and was encouraged to give feedback.

The approach to bodywork treatment for trauma and PTSD must have ‘predictability and routine’ which helps establish a sense of safety. Essentially this means the treatment follows the same format each time. It’s important that the client notes healing from trauma are not linear. There is no fixed timeline or a specific amount of bodywork required for a client to heal. It’s important for the therapist not to encourage reliance on the therapist, positively reviewing what has happened during the course of treatment and to empower her to take her learning out of the treatment room and into everyday life – a life that is now enhanced by the possibilities of a more embodied self.

The overall observation of the client throughout the treatment sessions is that through providing a safe environment with safe touch, the client learned to feel safer in her own body. She began to be more present during sessions, eventually feeling centred, grounded and calm. She was empowered to help guide the treatment sessions and began to trust enough to address the confronting memories of her trauma that arose such as flash-backs, speechless terror, numbing, hyperarousal and/or dissociation along with the resulting physical sensations and reactions in her body. Although progress was sometimes two steps forward and one step back, there was from the beginning a sense of making positive progress. I was encouraged by the effectiveness of working with other professionals such as the client’s psychologist to help the client process the traumatic memories that were released during the treatment.  While significant progress has been made during the case study, this has been supported and enhanced by the client’s own desire and determination to practice meditation, breathing exercises, physical exercise, relaxation techniques, self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-love.

While the experience of trauma is different for every individual, a collaborative approach between talk therapy and bodywork therapy is an effective, holistic, common sense approach to healing trauma. Without the talk therapy, the client may not have had the framework to understand and process what was happening in her body, or the skill to use her breath when traumatic memories and powerful emotions were released during massage.

There are no specific massage techniques for dealing with a client affected by trauma. In the hands of a skilled therapist who has researched and had some hands-on experience, recovery from trauma and PTSD is achievable and post-trauma bodywork can be a powerful tool for healing and growth.

Specialist Counsel Supports The Grieving

TODAY we experience constant change and encounter loss throughout our lifespan in our western culture.  Grief and loss can arrive at any time, “it seems as if all our lives we are trying to cope with loss – either the fear of it, or the memory of it, or its raw immediate presence”.

In one’s lifetime we may experience a primary loss of a parent or sibling, or a specific traumatic event, losses such as abortion, divorce, imprisonment, health or unemployment can cause subtle changes in an individual’s lifestyle and cause secondary loss of friends, homes, jobs and pets.

We begin to grieve the loss of the person as well as the loss of ‘life before the loss’.  For most, the ability to process the sadness of loss usually occurs quite naturally but for some, grieving can cause us to become stuck as we are confronted by lost expectations that a once difficult relationship may be repaired.

I experienced this all too painfully when my own father passed away suddenly in January 2018 – diagnosed with bile duct cancer, he died just ten days later.  As I sorted through the belongings of this man I loved, anger became my strongest emotion during this time and I understood it was due to the realisation that my relationship would never become what I desired it to be.  He was gone – and so was the possibility of our relationship being repaired.

Complex grief is when grieving becomes unhealthy and can cause great distress to us.  Researchers, such as Parkes, Bowlby, & Sanders (2008), divide the grieving process into four to five phases including numbness, yearning, anger, disorganisation and despair, emotional acceptance and finally reorganisation where the individual begins to pull their life back together.

Insight into developmental stages will enable a counsellor to offer age-appropriate treatment responses for someone seeking assistance while grieving.  If you are experiencing difficulties arising from a recent loss, please seek help from our counselling service as it is never too late to begin a healing journey.

 

Michelle Govan, Counsellor / Psychotherapist at Kansha Natural Therapies

  • Masters of Counselling
  • Bachelor of Education
  • Member of the Australian Counselling Association
  • Trainer and Assessor for students studying in the Diploma of Counselling and group facilitator

 

Ease and Flow (SALT Spring 2018)

SALT MAGAZINE SPRING 2018 (Words Jemma Pearson, Photos Krista Eppelstun)

ON AN UNSEASONABLY sunny winter morning recently, I left the salt offices and made my way to Noosaville and the tranquillity that is Kansha.

Stepping into the bright practice I was greeted by the smiling faces of practice manager Erica Stanecki and remedial massage therapist Genine Cullen.  As the door gently closed behind me I breathed out and Erica introduced me to Peytrah Fischer, the therapist who would be spending the next hour easing me into a state of relaxation.

But before the treatment, I asked Erica about the practice.  She told me that 11 years ago chiropractor and acupuncturist Richelle Barker started the clinic with the aim of creating a tranquil, healing space, a multidisciplinary practice that offered a spa experience with therapeutic treatments.  I think Richelle has achieved her aim.  The ambience is definitely spa-like – there were candles burning and soothing music playing and the scent of essential oils wafted subtly through the space.

Nine practitioners offer a range of therapies from the clinic, including acupuncture, chiropractic, massage and reflexology to treat a range of conditions.

Erica explained, “Every therapist has their own style.  When a client calls [to book an appointment] the staff who answer will ask lots of questions to find out what the client needs.”  From there the client will be directed to the best practitioner for their need.  Erica says she has had treatments with all the practitioners (it’s a tough job, but someone has to do it) so she understands how the practitioner works and is in the best position to advise clients.

But enough talking.  My treatment awaited!  Peytrah led me to one of the three treatment rooms and asked me what I was hoping to get out of the morning.

I sighed and words failed me.  What did I need?  It’s a question I hadn’t asked myself.

Peytrah explained how her treatments work.  It wasn’t going to be a typical massage.  “What I do is more like body work.  I help you come into centre again.”  Re-centring sounded like a great idea to me.

Peytrah uses her physiotherapy training, as well as visceral therapy, reflexology and lymphatic drainage when working with clients.  She talked about breath and this really struck a chord.  I am someone who needs to breathe more.  I often find myself holding my breath when stressed, and whenever I meditate or practise yoga, it’s the breathing, the quietening of the mind, that I most struggle with.

Peytrah explained that it’s her job to help build up her clients’ energy levels and get them back into alignment.  But the proof is in the treatment, and once on the table.  I could see what she meant.

As I was lying face down, the treatment started off, as many massages do, with gentle strokes on my back and shoulders.  But soon Peytrah had me rolling over and she concentrated on my hips.  I wasn’t surprised when she told me they were not aligned.  Using subtle touch, she gently eased away the tension in the lower part of my body.  She worked my arms and then finished the treatment with subtle movements on my face and neck.

As I sensed the treatment was wrapping up, I realised that though I felt deeply relaxed, I wasn’t at all tired.  Often when I have a massage I fall asleep, and I leave the table feeling slightly sluggish and sometimes a little worn out.

 

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September 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to our Spring newsletter!! As the cooler weather moves on we feel ourselves opening up to Spring and all her endless possibilities. There is just something about this magical season. It’s the season of hope and fresh beginnings.

We have worked steadily throughout the winter months as usual. A big thank you to you, our clients that make what we do possible.

If you’re a keen reader of Salt magazine you may have seen our editorial the current spring edition. If not, grab a copy (we have extra copies here) and read our latest editorial. It features Peytrah and the incredible body work she performs here at Kansha. How fortunate we are to have such skilled practitioners, each bringing their own specialities and skills to Kansha.

Earthing. You may have heard of it or maybe not. It’s a fast growing movement based upon the discovery that connecting to the Earth’s natural energy is foundational for vibrant heath. Whilst not a new revelation, it has of recent times begun to gain serious momentum. Spring is the perfect time to try it out. Warmer days lend themselves to barefoot moments in the park, the beach or simply your own garden!

Few people know it, but the Earth actually provides a subtle electrical signal that helps maintain our health and governs intricate mechanisms that power our bodies. Some go as far as to say that our disconnect with the Earth has contributed to inflammation, pain, stress, fatigue and poor sleep. Thousands upon thousands will testify to positive changes within their body through the simple action of Earthing.

All you need to do is get barefooted and walk on the earth. It’s as simple as that. All of us can benefit from reconnecting. Get onto the grass, dirt or sand. Get into the ocean. Slow down and take the time to enjoy this magnificent place we get to call home.

Eating for Spring!
As the weather warms it’s time to look for cooler foods. Eating cooler foods helps to counteract any excess heat you may be storing. Basing your diet on the rotating seasons is believed to help keep your body in balance.

If you stop and listen to your body it will invariably and instinctively guide you towards the best foods to eat for any particular time of year. Always look for local, fresh and in season foods wherever possible.

Just as we spring clean our homes at this time of year it is also a great time to do a spring clean on our digestive systems. Moving away from the heavier, warming foods of winter which are usually protein and fat based, we want to eat lighter and cleaner. Aim for a vegetable based diet that is lower in fat and starch. Antioxidants naturally occurring in your fresh produce will assist your liver as it moves out the old.

It’s worth remembering that when we spring clean our digestive systems we generally see a marked increase in energy. Our concentration and mood are improved, not to mention a clearer complexion and sparkling eyes. There are just so many benefits.

Due to popular demand, our longevity vouchers are still available at Kansha.
For our patients 60 years and over, these vouchers are purchased in advance and redeemed over 3 treatments at Kansha. They offer great value for money and you can still use your health fund. Call us or drop by for all the details.
Our beautiful gift vouchers are available as always.

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