Alternative therapies area

It was an effort that was developing within the framework of the workshop on self-management of health, in which therapists who participated in the project participated and aimed to offer people in need the opportunity to get in touch with natural healing practices and benefit from them, either in terms of prevention or in the treatment of physical problems that were bothering them, at a very low cost. The alternative therapies area operated daily at the Nea Guinea site in Pagrati and offered herbal therapy, acupuncture, Ayurvedic and Thai massage, reflexology and Gua sha sessions.