Complementary Health

Biofeedback at UNH
Biofeedback technology uses electronic equipment to measure and monitor changes in one’s internal physiological state while teaching breathing, relaxation and meditation exercises.
Light Therapy Lamps
We offer free light therapy for the treatment for Winter Blues.
Relaxing photo of candles and stacked river rocks
Health Services offers traditional and hot stone massage therapy with licensed massage therapists to current UNH students, as well as USNH faculty and staff and their dependants (18 years of age or older).
Meditation can help you manage stress and reconnect your mind, body and spirit. Learn more about meditation and practice guided meditations.
Holistic Health
Complementary and alternative medicine encompasses a wide variety of health care practices and therapies that aren’t traditionally included in the United States' conventional medical system. Learn more about the variety of practices and what is available at UNH.
Reiki Circles offered to the UNH Community. Free. No registration required.
Reiki comes from an ancient Buddhist healing practice that was believed lost until a Japanese theologian named Dr. Mikao Usui rediscovered it during the late 19th century. Dr. Usui taught his methods to a few pupils, who in turn passed the knowledge down to their own pupils. Reiki healing spread throughout Japan and other parts of Asia before reaching the United States. In 1981 the Reiki Alliance was formed and now has over 800 members worldwide, many of whom come from North America.
We offer gentle yoga classes for students that incorporate the multi dimensions of yoga, utilizing the physical body, the emotional body and the spiritual body.