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Are you in pain?

At The Tuning Room, we clearly distinguish between a 'patient' and a Practice Member.

A 'patient' is a person who seeks to be fixed, healed, or have their pain taken away. At The Tuning Room, our philosophy is about empowering people to heal from within. 

When you choose The Tuning Room for care, you become a Practice Member and a part of our community which empowers trust in your bodies own innate ability to heal. 

Our pain-based consultation is for everyone who expresses they are in pain or want to improve their function.

We facilitate the enlightenment of each person to the natural, innate, and fundamental self- healing capacity within their own body.

We do this through using natural methods centred around hands on care.

Discover what we offer for:

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When you become a practice member, we carefully craft a holistic care plan that supports your healing and growth physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually.

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Our Features

4 Types of Pain

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Physical

Physical pain refers to discomfort or distress experienced in the body, ranging from mild to severe sensations. Holistically, it involves understanding the interconnectedness of physical health with mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

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Mental

Mental pain involves cognitive and psychological distress, encompassing conditions such as stress, anxiety, and depression. Holistic approaches to mental pain recognize the mind-body connection, emphasizing the importance of addressing underlying causes, and promoting healthy thought patterns.

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Emotional

Emotional pain involves the distressing feelings experienced in response to life events, relationships, or internal struggles. Taking a holistic perspective means acknowledging the emotional, mental, and physical aspects of the self. 

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Spiritual

Spiritual pain relates to a sense of disconnection, loss of meaning, or existential suffering. Holistically addressing spiritual pain involves exploring one's sense of purpose, values, and connection to something greater than oneself. Practices such as meditation, prayer, and reflection can be integrated to foster a deeper understanding of the self and the broader spiritual dimensions of life.

Can we help YOU? 
Contact us today to arrange a consultation with one of our experts.

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