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With an array of complimentary modalities available in this center, we can reach every layer of possible imbalances, and treat accordingly so you can strive towards your highest healing potential. Our practitioners may refer you to other individuals in the practice in order to find the right combination of therapies to best treat your unique needs.
The three main objectives of Acupuncture treatments are pain relief, strengthening the immune system, and promoting the balance, harmony and integration of the functions of all bodily organs. An acupuncture treatment considers all aspects of the human body, physical ailments, the emotional state of the patient, the individual spirit and the sort of lifestyle that the patient chooses to lead.
This gentle, relaxing treatment is a surprisingly easy and effective way to re-balance, re-energize and detoxify your body and brain, and takes less than an hour! Most clients report that they feel great, slept well and have more energy after one or more sessions. Try out the Aqua Detox™ in combination with Reiki and/or Reflexology for an extra healing, relaxing session!
Ayurveda is a 5,000 year old holistic healthcare system used to improve well-being by keeping an individual’s body, mind, and spirit in equilibrium. Sessions include diet and lifestyle recommendations, yoga, bodywork, and herbal remedies.
Gentle hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of the craniosacral system, a physiological system in the body. Light touch along the feet, back, abdomen, torso, head and neck releases restrictions in the fascia to promote self-healing.
Evaluating organ and systems functions rather than looking for a specific disease is a basic principle of functional medicine. Functional medicine lab tests may examine blood, hair, stool, urine, or saliva. These tests check your nutritional status, digestive function, allergies, detoxification ability and more.
To reach your fullest potential, this coaching facilitates the healing of negative mental and emotional blocks so you can begin to reduce stress, experience joy, and attract positive experiences and people into your life.
Massage is the “hands on” treatment in which a therapist presses, rubs and kneads the muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments to relieve tension and pain.
From intervention in chronic disease or conditions, or treating digestive dysfunction and food intolerance, to deconstructing and reprogramming behavioral patterns around food, our comprehensive nutrition program provides integrative plans tailored to address the unique needs of each client.
Reflexology is the science based on the principle that each part of the feet, hands and ears are related to every organ, gland and body part. As the feet, hands and/or ears are reflexed and worked on via finger pressure and thumb walking, the energy pathways in the body unblock, allowing the body to heal itself in a natural way.
Reiki is a form of spiritual healing using “universal life energy,” which is channeled through the practitioner to the recipient. Reiki helps to harmonize body, mind and spirit.
This treatment package begins with a full body scrub with epsoms salts and soda in coconut oil to remove dead skin and draw toxins out of the body and open the pores to better absorb the essential oils of the Luk Pra Kob or Thai Herbal Compress…
Thai bodywork is an interactive form of massage in which the practitioner works with the recipient –blending therapeutic acupressure and deep yoga stretches in a meditative flow – to help improve posture, relieve blockages in the energy pathways of the body, and improve nerve functions.
TCM has been in practice for over 2,000 years of recorded history. Through acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and modalities such as gua sha, tui na, cupping, and moxabustion, TCM takes a natural and supportive approach to bringing the body back into balance.
In Sanskrit, the word “yoga” means “to yoke” or “to unite”. With the physical practice of yoga, you are uniting breath and movement, mind, body, and spirit, or the individual self with the universal Self.