1Our Canacona clinic is situated just outside the small but thriving town of Chaudi, which itself is less than 2km from the popular but still relatively unspoilt beaches of Palolem and Patnem.
Canacona is easily accessible to visitors coming from Dabolim, Goa’s international airport at Vasco de Gama, and is connected by road and bus with Margao (to the north) and Karwar (to the south). Canacona is also on the Konkan Railway route.
Palolem is rightly regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in all of Goa. A natural bay surrounded by high headlands on either side has created a calm, idyllic setting frequented by a cosmopolitan mix of tourists, travellers, locals and expats.
Patnem is the even more laid-back alternative to Palolem. Less developed than its neighbouring beach, there are nevertheless more than enough restaurants and accommodation options to cater to the needs of most visitors.
The clinic has a juice bar, restaurant, beautiful gardens and a well-equipped stretch hall. We also have a limited number of rooms available for those requiring in-patient care.
The next season for the Goa Clinic is 11th September 2023 to April 2024.
BONE AND BODY CLINIC, GOA
Manipur, the land where the techniques we use were developed, is calling us back for our next stage of development. With the help of many friends and clients we have purchased land in Heingang, 16km from Imphal airport, where we have started building a full-service health and wellbeing center - Bone and Body Training Hospital and Research Centre.
Heingang is the home of Iboudhou Marjing, the god of horses, who sits astride a winged pony and presides over a land of hard work, partnership with nature, and of course, love of animals.
Being in Heingang will allow us close access to the Manipuri maibas and maibis (doctors of the indigenous health system), enabling us to further develop and expand our techniques in musculoskeletal realignment as well as other specialities. We will be able to treat more serious conditions, learn techniques we have not yet begun to use, and expand our use of indigenous, plant-based medicines.
We will also train the next generation of practitioners who wish to learn the Manipuri techniques and traditional health system, so they can in turn help more people benefit from this knowledge.
The centre is amidst the rich medicinal flora of Manipur where we will grow our own medicines and organic food to further enhance treatment for our clients.
The construction of the clinic and cultivation of farmland is well underway, but due to the last few years of lockdowns and travel restrictions, our plans to open in 2021 have been set back. We will continue to build over the next year in the hope that by spring 2023 our first treatment season can begin in Manipur.