Welcome to the Spring 2012 edition of our Sanctuary Byron Bay newsletter. Admittedly, it’s been a little while since our last newsletter, but the past eighteen months has seen us at maximum capacity over a long stretch. With the welcome challenge of maintaining the outstanding quality of our programmes throughout what has been to date our busiest period, the frequency of our newsletters has understandably lapsed, so I’m taking this opportunity to thank our subscribers for their patience and continued interest in The Sanctuary Byron Bay.
Over the past year, we have continued to thrive. In June this year, Global Healthcare Magazine announced their 2012 Top Ten List of Treatment Centres worldwide and I am absolutely thrilled we are listed in the top five.
In fact, the number of enquiries both within Australia and internationally continue to rise. I believe this is a testament to our now firmly established reputation as one of the most effective and renowned treatment centres offering unique individualised programmes.
One of the reasons our programmes are so effective is that our approach to treatment is truly holistic. We are extending beyond the conventional biomedical focus on disease to include considerations of meaning and wholeness. This is more in line with the World Health Organisation’s definition of health as ‘a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’.
In this Spring edition, we focus on the importance of the Creative Arts in a holistic approach to recovery. We introduce a few of our talented and dedicated creative arts teachers at The Sanctuary Byron Bay, all of whom have been instrumental in helping clients connect with their own creativity and passions.
Thank you for being a subscriber and friend to The Sanctuary Byron Bay. I hope you enjoy this edition of our newsletter and I invite you to contact me at any time about our exceptional treatment programs.