We offer a broad range of treatments for whether you’re looking to get out of pain, increase mobility, prepare for a sporting event, reduce stress or just pamper yourself.

Our treatments are always tailored to meet your needs and our caring therapists start with a consultation to identify the best approach and better understand what you want to achieve. Our experienced health professionals are trained in a range of techniques and never just follow a routine – making sure that your treatment is right for you and recognising that all clients are different and that from one day to another our bodies may need different things.

For some clients it’s all about the end result, for instance relief from pain, and they may be less concerned about how they get there. For others it’s more about the experience and they may want, for example, a deeply relaxing 60 or 90 minutes where they can totally lose themselves and switch off.

All our treatments have one thing in common. They aim, in some way, to improve your health and well-being whether that’s directly treating an ‘issue’ or more generally by reducing stress, aiding sleep or helping you relax. Even Beauty and Male Grooming treatments can have a positive effect on how we feel by helping us unwind and boosting our confidence!

At the end of your treatment, if relevant, your therapist will discuss with you after care and self care techniques that can be used to help prolong the positive effects and help till your next appointment.

They can also discuss any side effects and what is sometimes called a healing crisis where things may feel worse following treatment before any benefit is felt. For example following Deep Tissue Massage or Sports Massage sometimes clients can feel quite sore before experiencing the pain relief that was the outcome they wanted from treatment.

With so many treatments on offer it can be hard to know which is right for you especially as all the treatments have the potential to improve your health and make you feel better in some capacity.

A good starting point is to understand what you want to get from the appointment and what you feel more drawn to, as this may indicate which treatment you will respond best to. For example, If you love massage but hate needles then choose massage over acupuncture, though both can really help with muscular pain.

Finally think about whether you want a clinical approach to your treatment or prefer something more relaxing. A clinical approach, such as Osteopathy, will typically involve more dialogue both before and during treatment, some testing or assessment, being moved around and a broader range of techniques.

A more relaxing approach, such as Deep Tissue Massage, will involve minimal chat, not being moved around too much, subdued lighting and prioritise hands on time over assessment and dialogue. If you need help choosing the right treatment click here.


Information About Brighton

Natural Balance is proud to offerTherapies in the town of Brighton, which lies within South East England in the county of East Sussex.
Brighton, Sussex is a part of the Unitary Authority of the City of Brighton and Hove which forms part of the greater Brighton and Hove built-up area.
In addition to Natural Balance, Brighton attracts many of East Sussex's leading companies.
Brighton was historically called Brighthelmstone.
Local nicknames include Brighthelmstone & Blightey.
Incorporating a number of villages and settlements, Brighton's boundary now includes Aldrington, Old Steine, Bevendean, Black Rock, Brunswick, Coldean and Hangleton.
Hove, Mile Oak, Moulsecoomb, Hollingbury and Hollingdean are included withinin Natural Balance'sTherapies area in the City of Brighton and Hove.
Other service areas of Natural Balance within Brighton, Sussex include Saltdean, Rottingdean, Portslade-by-Sea, Ovingdean and Patcham,
in addition to Brighton and Hove's outlying urban areas Withdean, West Blatchington, Woodingdean and Westdene.
Last in order of mention, Natural Balance'sTherapies cover the Brighton Municipality along with Stanmer, Bear Road area and Brighton Marina.
The Brighton postcode district is the BN postcode area.
The University of Brighton and Sussex University are distinguished through out the United Kingdom.
Preston Park, Brighton and Queen's Park, Brighton are are popular with local residents and known through out England.
Connecting Brighton to other major populations are the A23 road and A27 road.
Bordering to the West of town of Brighton and Hove is Sompting, Worthing, Southwick, Shoreham, Littlehampton and Lancing.
Bordering on the East of the City of Brighton is Lewes, Peacehaven and Burgess Hill.