Shalem Health Retreat Western Australia
08 9773 – 1573
After a eight year rest, Shalem has reopened to guests seeking a detox and rejuvenation. Raw vegan food options also available.
From their website:
“Shalem Health Retreat is a wholistic wellness centre for people who genuinely want to recover their health the simple, natural and yet rational way. We offer 5 NIGHT and 12 NIGHT ALL INCLUSIVE PROGRAMS at our NON PROFIT homely, country style facility located in the South West forests of Western Australia. Our health retreat is surrounded by State forest, and overlooks a valley leading down to a tranquil dam hosted by native Australian flora and fauna. We have organic citrus, kiwi and stone fruit orchards and an organic garden full of seasonal vegetables
‘Lifestyle Medicine’ is the art of preserving and restoring health through your day to day activities. Our Lifestyle Medicine program, linked with your personalised program and gentle cleansing options ensure that you get the revitalising and rebuilding you need to regain and retain health. We have seen the most astounding results with fatigue, discouragement, heart disease, hypertension, obesity, smoking, depression, cancer, arthritis, stress and pain through the most simple methods. No additional treatment fees, no product pushing, just genuine care and LIFESTYLE COACHING!
The goal of our entire program is for you to experience what healthy living is all about, so you are inspired to live it at home. We use simple yet powerful health-promoting treatments that you can easily do at home with equipment you already own, and use non-expensive natural ingredients that are readily available where you live. We will show you how to get the best exercise without the need of expensive equipment, and our lectures/ workshops will equip you to apply the Lifestyle Medicine principles to your personal context and busy program.”
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