Heal & Relax harnesses the power of herbs to give your body the support it needs to restore balance and health, empowering you to take control of your lifestyle and wellbeing and reconnect with your body.
About Corina (MHMA MANP MG)
As a qualified Naturopathic Master Herbalist, Iridologist and a professional Ayurvedic Massage therapist and Seated Acupressure Massage Therapist, Heal & Relax founder Corina Mueller brings a unique passion to her field by successfully combining Western, Asian and North American naturopathic traditions.
After spending many years studying and working in India, Australia, London and Germany, Corina now practices in Surrey and throughout Central London, with online consultations allowing her to connect with clients further afield.
The naturopathic approach, a core focus for Heal & Relax, centres on treating the whole person and not just their symptoms. Corina’s expertise lies in treating conditions relating to gut health, stress, hormonal imbalance and fatigue, with her loyal (and global) client base a testament to her success in improving health and wellbeing.
Corina draws from her knowledge of Western herbalism, whilst incorporating Asian influences, to create a bespoke treatment plan for each client. She uses only the best, ethically sourced and carefully selected organic herbs in all their teas and tinctures, adapted for each individual situation.
In addition to Herbal Medicine, Corina is trained in Ayurvedic Massage and Siddha Marma Massage therapies. These ancient panchakarma techniques are applied through skillful strokes and directed by the body’s acupressure points. With the use of the finest organic oils, Corina will guide her client to achieve a uniquely meditative state, allowing them to relax and heal their mind, body and soul.
Corina is a fully insured practitioner and member of the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (MANP), the Association of Master Herbalists (MAMH), the General Naturopathic Council (MGNC) and the Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists International (MGNI). She qualified in Herbal Medicine, Naturopathy and Iridology at the College of Naturopathic Medicine, London and mastered Ayurvedic Massage Therapies and Siddah Marma Massage at the Aithein School of Massage, India. Her chair massage training was undertaken at the Academy of Onsite Massage and Corina furthered her studies in Iridology with renowned practitioner Angela Bradbury at The Holistic Health College, London.
As a Naturopathic practitioner, Corina embraces many techniques to support her Herbal Treatments, including using remedies such as Bach flowers and Tissue Salts, promoting Naturopathic Nutrition to cleanse and detoxify the body and Massage using traditional Ayurvedic and Siddha Marma practices to relax, realign and rebalance the body and soul.
Iridology and Ayurvedic practices are important tools in identifying a predisposition to weakness in the body and vital to the prevention of systemic disease. The Naturopathic practitioner will call upon these tools to both build a picture of a client’s underlying health and to direct the treatment through natural methods of healing, promoting the client to take control of their own recovery.
In conventional medicine, treatment typically focuses on addressing the symptoms of the condition. Herbalists take a more holistic, naturopathic approach and aim to improve the overall health by analyzing and treating the underlying imbalances in the body, taking into consideration diet, emotional wellbeing and lifestyle choices. In Complementary or Herbal Medicine, the aim is to treat the whole person not just the condition.
Herbal medicine is a form of complementary healthcare in the naturopathic tradition that takes a holistic approach to wellbeing and seeks to treat the whole person not just the condition. Heal and Relax practices Western Herbal Medicine based on European knowledge and traditions, with influences of Native American Herbalism and the Asian Health Systems of Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The use of herbal remedies has been an effective and proven form of medicine since the beginning of time. Long standing in both traditional and medical usage, herbs and plant chemicals – Phytochemicals – are widely used in the pharmaceutical industry in the creation of medications, one of the most famous of which, Aspirin, having its roots in herbology; salicylate acid being a derivative of the bark of the humble Willow tree.
Iridology is the science of analysing the iris to determine the state of health in the body. The iris holds many signs which the trained Iridologist can read to help with their treatment plan. It is a wonderful tool to help the client to understand their body and mind better and potentially start preventative methods to avoid ill health. Iridology has been an approved and long-standing technique which is used worldwide by many specialists within the field. During an iridological consultation, a magnified image of the iris is taken for examination. This image and the client’s details are analysed to verify and reveal any predispositions to weaknesses and strengths in their overall health.
Originating from the Sanskrit word meaning ‘The Knowledge of Life’, Ayurveda is considered to be one of the oldest Holistic Health Systems in the world. Established in India around 5000 years ago, Ayurveda, when practiced well, will bring about the balance of one’s mind, body and consciousness. The purpose of Ayurvedic teaching is to maintain a good quality of life, focusing on prevention of imbalance and boosting vitality using herbs and massage to detoxify the body and soul. A well-trained therapist will use their knowledge of a client’s energy and constitution to encourage and maintain the balance of that client’s physical and emotional health.
“According to Ayurveda, every individual life is a microcosm of the cosmos.”
Dr. Vasant Lad.