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What does naturopathy mean?

Naturopathy is recognised by the WHO as the third traditional medicine along with the Chinese traditional medicine and the Indian traditional medicine known as Ayurveda. It is an holistic medicine, which means that it considers the person as a whole.


According to the WHO, “Health is a complete physical, mental and social well-being and not only an absence of sickness of infirmity”. Naturopathy is a global and personalised method of health and well-being.


With the person, the naturopath looks for the reasons that cause the troubles and any other disruption and guide them on a sustainable balance and optimal lifestyle. It is use in addition of the conventional medicine and other alternative medicines. The naturopath gives you some keys for a complete well-being.

It leans on 3 main foundations :

  • nutrition

  • physical activity

  • emotional and psychological well-being


If needed, naturopathy can also be complemented by other techniques such as aromatherapy, phytotherapy, foot reflexology, massages or even some Bach Flowers.

Who can benefit for naturopathy?

If you want to improve your health and become the main actor of your well-being, naturopathy is made for you as it is for everybody regardless of your age! It is also benefic for some diseases or long-term treatments, as agreed with your doctor.


Everybody can see a naturopath, whether being a man, a woman, a child, into sport or not, with no medical history or while suffering from a chronic or temporary disorder, in case of important pathologies or diseases. Naturopathy is made for everyone.

Naturopathic support

First session


It lasts about 1h30. During this time we draw your vitality and health check-up. We look into your diet, lifestyle, medical history, physical activity and global vitality.


Then I will give you some personalised advice based on : nutrition, physical activity and psycho-emotional balance. These advices can use naturopathic tools such as : phytotherapy (the use of plants in herbal tea, capsules, liquid extracts, etc.) aromatherapy, feet reflexology or massages.

Follow-up session

The following week the session lasts between 30 and 45 minutes and we evaluate which advice will be more efficient for you so we can draw some new habits. Together we plan another session that will take place between 4 to 6 weeks after this one to sharpen the advice and put down roots to the new habits.

When following a naturopathic support it is advised to take 3 to 4 sessions a year.

Naturopathy is a holistic medicine and is complementary to conventionnal medicine. It doesn’t substitute medical care nor medical follow-up and doesn’t allow, in any case, to set up any diagnostic nor to modify any medical prescription.

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