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.
How are you doing with your New Year resolutions? Halo glowing because you’ve stuck to your new intentions for three weeks now? It’s widely bandied around that if you stay doing a new activity, intention or behaviour for 21 days it will then become an ingrained habit – so if you’ve got through to 21 (…)
Discover the difference natural health therapies can make to your life and why to choose alternative over allopathic Western medicine. Polarity therapist, shamanic healer, business & life consultant Jane Seaman explains why we at The Hub firmly believe in the alternative Are you someone who has an interest in alternative therapies or ancient healing practices, (…)
This is a poem written by a friend of The Hub who was forced to abandon his house in New South Wales on Boxing Day due to the Australian bushfires. His words say it all… this tragedy has broken the hearts of the Australians, its destruction relentless and irreversible. We are raising funds for the (…)
Our naturopathic nutritionist Rhi Hepple shares five simple good intentions that ought to be not just to put on your January halo – but to maintain for the rest of your life January is usually a time to put some good intentions in place and, although you may not be grabbing detox and gym regimes (…)
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New Year is a time for reflection. You may be feeling remorse after too much indulgence over Christmas. You may want to put 2019 well and truly behind you. You are probably thinking about New Year resolutions to improve your life, set goals or achieve an aspiration. Here are 10 steps to turning those resolutions (…)