Discover our health & well-being sanctuary in the heart of Lymington
Open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, and evening classes.
We are dedicated to nurturing your mind, body and soul
Complementary therapies, meditation, mindfulness, yoga, pilates… and lots more
The New Forest's yoga hub: classes to suit everyone from beginners to experts
Day, evening and weekend classes are available for all ages and abilities
Browse our store of handpicked products tried and tested by our team
Probiotics, supplements, skin and body care… our ethos is natural and cruelty-free
Welcome to The Natural Health Hub…
A hidden sanctuary in the heart of the New Forest, we are dedicated to your health and happiness. Through our team of experienced and dedicated holistic complementary therapists, we are here to nuture your body, mind and soul, and give you the strength and vitality to live your life to the full.
Whether you choose an appointment, class or one of our regular monthly workshops, together we will walk you along your path to health, well-being and fulfilment. Call us on 01590 670955 or pop in any time for a free advice and to browse our handpicked natural products.
A little about us
I established The Natural Health Hub in May 2017 because I wanted to create a centre of calm and well-being in the New Forest. By bringing together an extensive selection of complementary treatments and dedicated professional therapists we are able to work as a team committed to the health and happiness of everyone who comes to us. We only have one life, and our aim is to ensure we all live it as passionately, creatively and fully as we can by looking after
our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being…
Sue Leach, founder
Start your journey to health
Our Health jottings are a way of bringing together our team’s years of study and experience and sharing them with you.
Ranging from natural remedies for fighting the common cold to easy tips for staying calm and even our favourite lotions and potions – you will, we hope, find the answers and inspiration you need in our Health jottings.
Forget the myth that ashtanga is hard! Our ashtanga yoga teacher Zoë Porter demystifies some of the misconceptions about ashtanga yoga. With its set sequence of rhythmic poses, this traditional form of yoga means you know exactly what your class holds in store – go with the flow of the sequence and you relax into (…)
Our acupuncturist Richard Newman explains how acupuncture can be used as an effective alternative to antibiotics to treat infections On the 13 October 2017 England’s chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies, issued a call to action, warning that antibiotics have been over-prescribed in recent years – resulting in the potential to become ineffective. If antibiotics (…)
Our NLP practitioner Shelley Edwards offers some pearls of wisdom on conflict. Read on if you tend to avoid it, or you know you could handle it better… Have you ever had to manage a difficult situation? I suspect the answer is yes as conflict is very common in our day-to-day life. How do you (…)
Richard Newman’s acupuncture offers instant relief from the pain of headaches and migraines. It works by treating the cause of the pain so the headaches do not return ‘It works immediately, no waiting for five or six sessions to see results – very impressed.’ Katie Platt ‘I went to see Richard on Friday and (…)
A top homeopathic remedy for eczema is graphites – available both as a cream or tablets. Homeopath Sue Leach explains when it would be appropriate to use graphites Graphites (made from the ‘lead’ in your pencil) is a very useful homeopathic remedy for eczema. It is particularly recommended for eczema that is crusty, moist, yellow and (…)
Sue Leach explains how homeopathy works to treat eczema. Here she recalls a girl whose eczema improved after being given the homeopathic remedy sulphur Emma bounced into my clinic, hair all over the place, breakfast still round her mouth. She held up her hands and, at six, told me straight out about her eczema. Her skin (…)