Discover our health & well-being sanctuary in the heart of Lymington

Open 10am-5pm Monday to Friday

Put your health and happiness in our hands

We are passionate about preventing illness rather than merely managing symptoms

We are dedicated to nurturing your mind, body and spirit

Complementary therapies, specialising in de-stressing you and reducing your pain

Our pledge to you

We'd love to enable you to take charge of your own health

Natural alternatives to durgs

Browse our store of hand-picked products tried and tested by our team

Probiotics, supplements, skin, nail and body care… our ethos is natural and cruelty-free

 Very much looking forward to going back to our full range of therapies from 12 April! Book here under the individual therapy or give us a call on 01590 670955 to get an appointment.

Meet the team

 

Not only are all our practitioners experts in their fields with many years of experience, they are all fully qualified and members of their regulatory authority.

Sue Leach, founder of The Hub, homeopath

 

I came to homeopathy 21 years ago when my daughter was nine months old and I had mastitis. An NCT friend suggested homeopathic remedies and, well, I’ve never looked back – boob went from concrete solid, red hot raw and so painful I didn’t want my poor child near it to back in action within a day.

Mind/body therapies

Guy Blomfield, NIS

Guy Blomfield has been using NIS on a daily basis since 2002. He completed the NIS Masters in Munich in 2014.

Melissa Bradshaw-Weaver, LSHC RSHom, is a professional classical homeopath registered with the Society of Homeopaths. Melissa sought homeopathy to support her own recovery from ill health due to candida overgrowth in 2012 and was so impressed (and intrigued!) that she took her then six-year-old daughter for homeopathic treatment for her persistent ear pain. After overnight success she never looked back…

Passionate about health and wellbeing, Ally qualified as a therapeutic massage therapist in London 30 years ago and offers pregnancy massage and Indian Head Massage. After some health issues of her own which traditional medicine had not been able to improve, she turned to reflexology. After four sessions, her symptoms completely disappeared and she retrained, also in London, with the Association of Reflexologists.

Shelley Edwards, weight loss mentoring, NLP & Thai yoga massage

Shelley’s weight loss coaching and mentoring programme is about helping you to help yourself by gaining more knowledge about how the mind and body work – and learning that we actually can get in charge of our weight loss and fitness.

Sonja Gundry, sound therapy

‘To grow and flourish through sound’ is Sonja Gundry’s mantra. She is a qualified Therapeutic Sound Practitioner, member of the Therapeutic Sound Association (TSA) and one of the teaching team who trains sound therapists at The British Academy of Sound Therapy.

Sue Leach, homeopathy

I came to homeopathy 21 years ago when my daughter was nine months old and I had mastitis. An NCT friend suggested homeopathic remedies and, well, I’ve never looked back – boob went from concrete solid, red hot raw and so painful I didn’t want my poor child near it to back in action within a day.

Amie is our guest nutritionist and currently hosting food intolerance testing once a month at The Hub, see the Food Intolerance page for upcoming dates.

Holistic nutrition works on the principle of using food as medicine. What we put into our bodies has an impact on how our bodies perform. Your body is amazing and has an incredible ability to heal but if you don’t give it all the nutrients it needs to do this and nourish and nurture its environment then it cannot do what it naturally is able to do.

Neena Saith, pranic healing

Pranic healing is a non-touch form of energy healing which can help with many conditions of the body and mind. Your energy system is the blue print to the physical body. As we go through life, the energy system can become congested with unhelpful energy arising from certain patterns, lifestyles or psychological changes resulting in certain ailments or conditions arising.

Classes

Hannah Bimpson, yoga

Hannah Bimpson came to teaching yoga from a background as a professional dancer.

‘Yoga has always been something that goes hand in hand with dance but my real love for it started around four years ago when I began taking regular classes. I soon knew it was something I wanted to teach and began working towards my teacher training. I decided that for me it was important to go to the root and study in India...

Shelley Edwards, yoga

I am a qualified NLP practitioner (Neuro Linguistic Programming), life coach, corporate and executive coach, business coach, trainer and mentor, accredited by the Coaching Academy. I hold a Diploma in Leadership and Management and am also a preferred supplier of training for Hampshire Chamber of Commerce and Southern Entrepreneurs. I am also a motivational speaker and enjoy taking many of my presentations to an audience.

Sonja Gundry, sound baths

'To grow and flourish through sound’ is Sonja Gundry’s mantra. She is a qualified Therapeutic Sound Practitioner, member of the Therapeutic Sound Association (TSA) and one of the teaching team who trains sound therapists at The British Academy of Sound Therapy.

Zoë Porter, yoga

Zoë is a free spirit with a passion for yoga and love for body art and spiritualism. Zoë discovered yoga, like most things, by total chance in 2009 and fell in love with it. She decided the best way to immerse herself was to become a teacher to continually school herself and others in the path of ashtanga yoga.

Zoë trained with the renowned Brian Cooper and continues to consider herself a student of yoga first and foremost. She is a Yoga Alliance registered yoga instructor.

Serena Williamssqu

Serena is passionate about helping other people have the same positive birth experience she had and is dedicated to making a difference to how women experience their entrance into motherhood. She trained with Katharine Graves Hypnobirthing, a complete antenatal training course accredited by The Royal College of Midwives that provides parents-to-be with a 'toolbox' for birth.