Not sure where to start, or what service may be best suited for your needs?  Reach out to our Natural Health Advocate for a 30 minute phone consultation for $25.  Dalila Adams can help you better understand our services, guide you to which course of treatment you should start with, and assist you with ongoing therapies that would be best suited for you. 


Whitney will complete a full health history, determine your constitution, and address your current imbalances.  You will be given diet, lifestyle, and herbal recommendations.  You will also be given recommendations for bodywork treatments designed specifically for your constitutional needs.  You will leave with a better understanding of your own unique makeup and how to recognize and address imbalances in your own life.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Thai Yoga is an interactive form of massage in which the practitioner works with the recipient –blending compassionate, therapeutic acupressure and deep yoga stretches in a meditative flow – to create a state of true yogic bliss.
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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.
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