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Holistic Healing Centre Opens

4 March 2002


Over the past 10 years Southland residents have enjoyed the increasing availability of access to top complimentary healers when once locals would have had to travel out of town to obtain these services.

Three well-known holistic healers are embracing the opportunity of working together from the newly opened holistic healing centre Soul Time Cottage. With a welcoming atmosphere, this Soul Time Cottage is situated in a delightful garden in Lewis Street. Yvonne McDonald - Homeopath, Margaret Walker – Naturopath and Robbie Uru - Spiritual Healer have been providing holistic healing therapies to the community of Southland for the past ten years.

“We saw the opportunity to provide a more inclusive holistic healing package to the general public in a pleasant and relaxing environment” said Robbie Uru. “By working together clients receive the best possible healing options.”

All three healers have worked in home based environments and are enjoying the comradeship of a close association with other holistic health care practitioners.


For additional information please contact Robbie Uru
Soul Time Cottage 03 214 3331
After Hours 03 215 7147

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