Horses’ Skin in Autumn This week Leslie Williamson of the NCTM Senior Lecturing Team talks about the variable functions and health aspects within […]
The study of Equine Herbal Medicine Leslie Williamson of the NCTM Senior Lecturing Team; introduces briefly the power of herbal medicine through a brief biochemical […]
Equine Nutrition and Herbal Medicine In this article we explore the relationship between Equine Nutrition, Equine Pasture Management and Equine Herbal Medicine with Leslie […]
01 – Post hands on session support Following the four day in- class session where participants were taken through a range of techniques and offered the […]
FREE Dog Massage: Pamper your Pooch As part of our Certificate in Canine Myofunctional Therapy (professional dog massage), our students are required to undertake a practical […]
Free Dog Massage As part of our Certificate in Canine Myofunctional Therapy, our students are required to undertake a 4 day practical […]
Horse Massage: Your horse needs it after every ride! Does your equine friend need a horse massage? Have you noticed your horse a little stiff and reluctant each […]
Reduce Anxiety with 8 Simple Foods; clinical results Incidences of anxiety diagnosis are on the increase. But there are ways to reduce anxiety naturally. It is quite […]
Cold Cures to Get You Through Winter Common colds are more common than ever and there are few cold cures that are available from your own pantry. […]
Online Learning: 5 tips to get the most from your online course Please raise your hand if you’ve ever felt confronted with all the technology that is out there? You really […]
Nutrition for Dogs and Humans: An exceptional healing food and powerful medicine Nutrition for dogs, other pets and humans is often overlooked when dealing with health issues; yet it is more […]
Adult Learning: Top 5 Problems and Solutions Do you have fears about adult learning? Are they stopping you from fulfilling your dreams and passions because of […]
Take Control in 2 Simple Steps Please raise your hand if you’ve ever felt out of control, it is all too much, too many things […]
New Year Detox in 4 easy steps Happy New Year!! Did you have a great festive season? Are you ready for a new year detox? In […]
Hangover Cure: for sweet and savoury tastes OK I can hear you ask; ‘what is a naturopath doing talking about a hang over cure? Good times, […]
Staying Healthy this Festive Season What do I to stay healthy this festive season? The time for good cheer does not have to end in […]
Christmas Dog Treats – What food can I feed my dog from the Christmas Table? When it comes to Christmas dog treats, in short, there is not a lot you should feed your dog […]
RECIPE: Orange Peel Tea: The perfect anti-histamine Do you suffer from hay-fever? Orange peel is an excellent natural medicine to alleviate symptoms. Whilst we think of […]
Judi: A Student’s Story We love the passion of our students and hearing their stories. It reminds us why we do what we […]
Medicine for humans, cats, dogs and horses; Just 10 Cents a Day! Imagine discovering a powerful medicine for the whole family, including cats, dogs and horses for just ten cents a day! […]
Black Currants: A powerful medicine Black currants are a great source of healing. Here are 5 reasons why currants are a powerful medicine: Aids the […]
Food as Medicine: 5 foods to activate energy In this day and age life is hectic and it is often hard to keep up and maintain a […]
Coconut Oil: A Powerhouse of Healing Benefits of coconut oil Why should everyone take coconut oil daily? Coconut oil is a fantastic nutrient and is so […]
Holly the Rescue Dog Loves her Dog Massage Recently Kay and Holly attended the massage clinic to assist our students in completing their Certificate in Canine Myofunctional […]
Nutrition for cats and dogs made easy Nutrition for cats and dogs is a subject that creates confusion as there is so much conflicting information out […]
Professional Dog Massage: A Minute with Dani Simmonds Dani Simmonds is one of our lecturers for the professional dog massage course (Certificate in Canine Myofunctional Therapy). A […]
Carrots for Dogs: Wonderful food and as medicine Carrots for dogs are a wonderful food but an even better medication; a medicine to treat a broad range […]
Barley for Dogs: an outstanding nutrient Barley is a grass and one that is high on the list in nutritional medicine for dogs. Here are 5 […]
Horse Massage: A minute with Leslie A Minute With Leslie Williamson – Equine Myofunctional Therapy Lecturer For The National College of Traditional Medicine
Stress: Your Life Your Journey Stress as a word is so commonly used. What does this word actually mean?
Children and Healthy Foods: Mums and Dads Despair A common problem we see in this day involves children and healthy foods. Mums and dads despair as their children don't want to eat good foods.
Dog massage; a powerful medicine Studying professional dog massage allows you to turn a pat into a therapeutic benefit for your dog, or others. Have you ever wondered about the benefits of massaging mans best friend?
Dog Massage: A Minute with Minda Education is vital to understand the dog and the benefits of professional dog massage. Knowing what to look for in your dog and how to treat the muscles that create movement is a lifelong skill.
Winter Immune Tonic: Roasted lemon Lemon is such a wonderful medicine and a great tasting food. The following recipe is excellent and has helped many people overcome a compromised immune system.
Where do Natural Therapies for Animals fit in Traditional Medicine? This question was asked by Jodie on Facebook: Where does the natural therapies for animals fit in with traditional medicine?
Risks to Animals in Hot Weather With unprecedented hot weather across Australia at the moment, we wanted to share some tips to minimise the risk to animals. All animals are at risk of exposure to the heat, particularly older animals.
Understanding Herbal Medicine for Dogs With an ever increasing trend to use ‘all things natural’ it is timely to discuss some of the more common therapies that are available to create optimal health for your dog.
An Apple a Day – for Dogs? The often used adage ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’ is as true today as when it was coined. An investigation of the common apple supports why apples should be considered as a food to consume each and every day.
Nutrition for Dogs the good, the bad and the ugly Nutrition is the foundation to optimum wellbeing for your dog. Here are some basic tips to help make informed decisions.