Reflexology is the scientific art of stimulating, sedating, and balancing areas on the human body, known as maps. These maps of the human body are found in the extremities and are treated with specific thumb and finger walking techniques. The intention is to encourage a balanced, restorative result. Reflexology is a natural, complementary health therapy that supports individuals on a holistic basis.
As you read on you may be unsure which area of Reflexology you would like. I feel that they are all beneficial and that it is a personal preference, however you can always have a blend of Reflexology , or a blend of Reflexology with a completely different service.
People with poor circulation issues will benefit from Foot Reflexology as it improves blood circulation better than other modalities. If you have an office job and work on the computer all day then you would benefit from some Hand Reflexology to be blended into your session. Facial Reflexology is a beautiful session that is incredibly powerful especially for people with central nervous system and endocrine issues. During Facial Reflexology I incorporate some Reflexology on your ears; this is becoming more popular due to amazing health benefits.
Indian Head Massage
Combining the gentleness and wonder of Indian Head Massage with Dien Chan, one can expect to feel a profound sense of relaxation and peace. This treatment directly and immediately calms, relaxes, and cleanses the mind and nervous system. Gentle sessions produce powerful results.
The Raindrop Technique originated in the 1980s from the research of D. Gary Young working with a Lakota medicine man named Wallace Black Elk. It is based on the theory that many types of scoliosis and spinal misalignments are caused by viruses and bacteria that lie dormant along the spine. Raindrop is a powerful,
Reiki has a special place in my heart, as it was after a Reiki session that I felt that my whole outlook on life changed. I am so grateful for having had this Reiki experience—and others along the way. Reiki is a gentle modality that requires an enormous amount of practice, kindness, focus, and intent in order to do well. It is an ancient Japanese practice that uses “Universal Life Energy” to help the body return to it’s natural state of health. One of the greatest Reiki healing...
CST was pioneered and developed by osteopathic physician John E. Upledger following extensive scientific studies from 1975 to 1983 at Michigan State University.
CST is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the CranioSacral system—comprised...
Facial Reflex Therapy
Facial Reflex Therapy is designed to thoroughly stimulate all of the systems of the body. Treatment begins with stimulation to the neurological points on the face, then manipulation to discover the area of the original disruption in balance. After individually stimulating this area quite thoroughly, I will work with the nerve body and then the physical body on the face. This is followed by facial lymphatic drainage and some individually tailored steps...
Facial Lymphatic Drainage
Facial Lymphatic Drainage is a relaxing way to decrease facial puffiness, boost immune function, and relieve facial tension, sinus issues, and muscle soreness. This treatment is blended with Facial Reflex Therapy techniques to give you a full-body effect.
Esogetic Colorpuncture is a system of color aculight therapy that combines the energetic principles of Chinese medicine with modern discoveries about the biophysics of light. Scientists researching biophotons are now discovering that light is actually the medium by which cells communicate.
Unlike acupuncture, there are no needles or puncturing of the skin involved.
Remote Energy Healing
If we really think about it, all energy healing is remote—during sessions in my office, a client will be in the same room as me, but I am using my intent to hold space and focus on parts of their body that I am not physically touching. We don’t think of this as “remote healing.” It is different, but in both cases, it is remote.
Not everyone can come to my office; sometimes, it just is not practical...