Kansha is a unique respite from the outside world. A therapeutic haven, with the tranquil ambience of a spa, Kansha offers ancient and modern therapies to restore balance and harmony within.

Richelle Barker, a chiropractor and acupuncturist with twenty years professional experience, was inspired to create Kansha as a part of her holistic practice. Over time, Richelle observed that her clients simply enjoyed a deeper healing experience when they were able to relax and unwind before, during and after treatment.

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‘In a world where we are often hurried, rushed and disconnected, we need to take time to nurture ourselves. Healing is enhanced in a tranquil, calming environment that nourishes the senses, as when you stimulate the senses, you re-connect with your Self’.

Richelle Barker

At Kansha, beauty lies in attention to detail. Bubbling water as you step through the entrance, peaceful music and complimentary Ayurvedic tea while you wait and treatment rooms scented with pure essential oils.

Professionally trained, experienced practitioners offer safe, proven, natural therapies. We treat acute conditions but more importantly, we aim to assist you to sustain long-term wellbeing and vitality through all the phases of life’s journey. Suitable for babies, children, and teenagers through to old age, we hope that Kansha’s therapies will become part of your regular health and well being rituals.

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