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AcupressureTheories vary on how or why, but across the board scientist agree that we are energy beings. To understand acupressure massage/puncture imagine an invisible pathway system running throughout the body, kind of like the circulatory or lymphatic system except ENERGY flows thru the channels vs blood & lymph. Traditional Chinese Medicine ( TMC ) likens the human body to a highly complex electrical circuit. Like any electrical circuit it must be kept in good working order if it is to function effectively, and if the circuit breaks down the result can become illness.
AcupunctureLarger wheels of energy are known as acupuncture points, pressure points, trigger or reflex points. Over 120 of these tiny energy vortexes are scattered across the body.
Aromatherapy MassageIs particularly suited to conditions involving stress, pain or improving emotionally-related conditions. Our skin is somewhat permeable. The natural active chemicals in essential oils are absorbed into the blood stream just like any chemical substances in common pharmaceuticals such as hormone replacement therapy cream and nicotine patches.
Face MassageA series of hand manipulation techniques has been practiced for more than 1,000 years in the East to maintain facial health and beauty. Facial massage is one of the most pleasurable aspects of topical facial treatments; however, it is about more than just feeling good. When treated regularly, experience tells us facial massage can have a very favorable affect on our overall well being and appearance.
Shiatsu MassageEnergy based bodywork has been practiced for thousands of years all around the world. A few examples are Aryuveda from India, Native American Shamanism, Acupressure from China, and Japans Reiki (which is believed to have originated in ancient Tibet and India). Modern day energy workers and ancient philosophies & techniques have the common goal of balancing the human (and animals!) energy system. Today there is a wide array of energy work modalities to experience. Popular practices are Healing Touch, Shiatsu, Acupuncture / pressure, Therapeutic Touch, Reiki, Polarity Therapy, Quantum Touch and Reflexology.
Deep Tissue MassageDeep tissue massage uses direct deep pressure and other techniques including friction with the intention of physically separating the congested tissue fibers to relieve pain and restore normal movement. Deep tissue massage usually focuses on a specific problem, such as...
Hot Stone MassageYou will NOT sacrifice a thorough hands on massage session if you choose to include hot stones! Because of the rising popularity of hot stone massage this past decade, many therapists lacked training and experience with handling stones. Occasionally the only use of stones had been placing them on the body for relaxation. For these reasons, this wonderfully effective treatment sometimes gets a bad
Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi MassageLomi Lomi massage is given in fluid, rhythmic motions using the forearms as well as the hands and sometimes other body parts like the chin, feet, knees etc. Because the work is intuitive, it can be slow and very relaxing or at times faster, more invigorating and enlivening. Different parts of the body may be massaged at the same time for example; one arm or hand may be working on a shoulder and the other hand may be working on the head or hip.
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