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  • Integrative Massage & Bodywork (moist hot packs optional)

      60 min. - $125

       90 min. - $185

      120 min. - $235

  • Hand/Foot Reflexology with Essential Oil Aromatherapy 

       30 min. $50 / 60 min. $95

 

  • Reiki  

       30 min $50 / 60 min. $95

Integrative
Massage & Bodywork

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Definitions and Descriptions section for a complete description of each service.

Integrative Massage & Bodywork is a dynamic repertoire of various therapeutic modalities.  Custom-tailored sessions are created drawing from the clients' health history as well as their health needs and requests. 

 

Select a single modality or a blend,

and choose from any of the

therapeutic add-on treatments for an enhanced healing experience.  

 

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Definitions & Descriptions

DEFINITIONS & DESCRIPTIONS 

Myofascial Release Therapy
Visceral Manipulation (VM)
CranioSacral Therapy (CST)
Swedish Massage
Lymphatic Drinage Massage
Pregnancy
Acupressure / Reflexology
Reiki Energy Healing
Ayurvdic Bodywork

Myofascial Release Therapy (MRT) / Trigger Point Therapy (Tr.Pt.Th.)

MRT and Tr.Pt. is also called Orthopedic Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, or Neuromuscular Therapy and treats musculoskeletal misalignment, repetitive strain, and injury rehabilitation caused by sport or accident. 

Massage Cupping is often used in conjunction with a MRT treatment and may be included in your session as an Add-on Service.  

Myofascial Release Therapy and Craniosacral Therapy CST, are two modalities that address the quality and integrity of the connective tissue matrix of the body called fascia.  The difference lies in how the fascia is engaged within each modality.  MRT and Tr.Pt tends to be deeper and more pointed, while CST uses a much gentler, yet deeply profound touch.

The fascia is a fibrous, continuous network of webbing that wraps around all internal anatomical structures, supports and separates skin, nerve, vessels, muscle, organs, and bones, and connects body regions.  There can be any number of causes for fascial hypertonicity, restriction, and dysfunction but a common symptom is a neuromuscular condition called "referred pain". 

Referred pain is caused when fascial restriction in one area cuts off or decreases nerve and vessel function referred to as ischemia.  There is often local pain associated with these inflamed and deficient tissue structures but pain may also be felt in another area of the body due to electrical and biochemical connections in the nerve and fascial pathways.  Referred pain most often leads to compensatory patterns of movement and further dysfunction. 

When fascial restrictions become chronic due to injury and general lack of maintenance, adhesions form.  Commonly called “knots”, adhesions in the neuromuscular system occur when tissues literally stick together becoming thick and dense.  When that condition persists, trouble spots that are called Trigger Points (Tr.Pts.) may develop leading to further dysfunction.  Trigger Points are hyper-irritable spots, and/or taut, ropy bands in the tissues leading to even more musculoskeletal misalignment, pain, swelling, and inflammation.

 

This illustrates a vicious cycle of total system dysfunction due to inadequate delivery of nutrients through blood circulation, and the ancillary removal of waste product through the lymphatic channels that must be resolved to restore the systems back to healthy state. 

The main difference between generalized massage and Myofascial Release / Trigger Point Therapy is the intent and mode of application. Most non-specific massage techniques treat the full body, whereas MRT / Tr.Pt. involves a specific focus on problem areas.  Lubricants and oils are kept to a minimum in the application of Myofascial Release  so to affect the fascial pathways without slippage.  

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Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) / Deep Lymphatic Drainage

The lymphatic system is a sub-system of both the circulatory system and the immune system, and as such functions as the body’s sewage system responsible for maintaining the core health of all the tissues and organs in the body.  It picks up the body’s trash and toxins, and helps to fight unwanted bacteria and viruses.  But it only moves when you do.

When you’re walking, or exercising, all of that movement enables your lymphatic system to do its job.  When you are less active, Manual Lymph Drainage can make up for it.  It is a gentle hands-on technique that balances the fluids of the body, increasing the rate of their filtration, and the functioning of the immune system – all critical for tissue and fluid homeostasis. 

General massage can assist the movement of lymphatic fluid.  But some massage techniques run counter to how the lymph moves in the body, may work against proper movement of lymphatic fluid, and can even exacerbate chronic swelling. 

 

The techniques used in Lymphatic Drainage massage are based on the anatomical function of this system and therefore are specifically designed to be much more effective.  MLD is an important component in what is considered the Gold Standard in LE care.  It is essential whenever chronic swelling is present in any part of the body, and also to prevent acute swelling from becoming chronic.    

Some of the causes of swelling are lymphedema (damage to the lymphatic vessels and structures), lipoedema, biopsy or lymph node removal, injury to the soft-tissue of the body caused by accidents, falls, liposuction, surgery, as well as any swelling as a result of chronic venous insufficiency, diabetes, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, and/or lack of exercise, dysfunction in breathing and the structures associated with breathing.  

 

The symptoms and conditions alleviated through MLD therapy include swelling, pain, pre-surgery prep, and post-surgery recovery, fatigue, stiffness, fibrosis, numbness, pins and needles sensations, allergies and sinus congestion, dry eyes, infection of eyes, nose, ears, and throat, breast swelling, insomnia, chronic pelvic congestion, poor digestion, bloating, and gas. 

MLD additionally facilitates drainage of the brain lymphatics (glymphatics), improving brain health, cognitive function and mood related issues. 

For powerfully effective detoxification/rejuvenation try the Add-on Services of The Platinum Energy Foot Detox System,  Garshana, and the Sunlighten Solo Portable Sauna System.

Visceral Manipulation (VM)

Visceral Manipulation is a form of manual therapy that focuses on the internal organs, their environment, and the potential influence on many structural and physiological dysfunctions.

 

Founder Jean-Pierre Barral's famous dictum, “Only the tissues know,” expresses that the tissues in the body have a deep and innate intelligence. Everything that has happened in our lives—injuries, diseases, stressors, etc.—is recorded in our tissues. At the core of Visceral Manipulation (VM) is 'listening' to the tissues with our hands.

 

Through manual listening techniques, trained hands of a skilled practitioner feel where the tissues are pulling toward the areas of restriction, the areas where the body is not moving, and the areas of the greatest impact on the person's wellbeing from the manual therapy perspective.

 

Some of the conditions in which Visceral Manipulation has shown to be beneficial include: Acute disorders, (neck injuries, sports injuries, concussion); digestive disorders; women’s and men’s reproductive, or urogenital-health issues; orthopedic problems; post-surgical dysfunctions. 

 

VM may be used alone, or in conjunction with CranioSacral Therapy, Lymphatic Massage, and Post-partum Massage. 

 

Add-ons like the Castor-Oil abdominal Pack, Massage Cupping, Marma Therapy, or Bamboo Moxa make excellent ancillary treatments to VM Therapy. 

CranioSacral Therapy (CST)

CranioSacral Therapy, as taught by The Upledger Institute, is a philosophy of treatment that uses light touch to reduce the excessive sympathetic nervous system activity which facilitates a reduction in adverse mechanical tension in the muscle and fascial system thereby allowing the body to initiate the self-corrective process.

CST restores function and flow of the craniosacral system: the brain, spinal cord, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), and the membranes protecting these precious structures. 

An advanced technique, it assesses the fascia and structures very differently than Myofascial / Neuromuscular Therapies and the gentle touch makes it an excellent choice for both children and adults. 

Some of the conditions that benefit from CST include; chronic pain; fibromyalgia; migraine headache; Complex Regional Pain Syndrome-CRPS / Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy-RSD; fascial adhesions; Multiple Sclerosis; neuralgia; neurodegenerative diseases; TemporoMandibular Joint Syndrome-TMJS; post-concussion syndrome; speech impairment, and epilepsy.

A CST session differs from other massage & bodywork therapies in that the recipient remains fully clothed on the treatment table while technique is applied.

Because CST has a regulating effect on the central nervous system, and the biomechanics of organs, tissues, and fluid circulation, I recommend combining it with The Platinum Energy Detox System, Shirodharaand Nasya Therapy for a deeper detoxifying and rejuvenating affect. 

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Swedish Massage aka Classic Massage

Swedish Massage is one of the most popular forms of massage therapy.  This type of massage targets the superficial muscle layers, aims to relieve tension, is relaxing, energizing, and restorative.  

​Swedish massage uses light-to-firm, long, kneading strokes combined with rhythmic tapping strokes and movement of the joints most often involving the full-body.  I  love to integrate aromatherapy essential oils, moist hot packs, warm basalt stones, and other therapeutic aids to help melt away the stress and tension my clients come to me to alleviate.

Click VIEW THIS VIDEO​ that shows me administering a Swedish Massage with the addition of Hot Stone Therapy. 

The four most common strokes used in Swedish massage are:

  • Effleurage: smooth, gliding strokes to relax soft tissue

  • Petrissage: squeezing, rolling, or kneading

  • Friction: deep, circular movements to increase blood flow and break down scar tissue

  • Tapotement: tapping with cupped hands, fingers, or the edge of the hand

  • Vibration

 

The physical and mental health benefits of a Swedish massage make it a great option for those new to massage or someone looking to a complete massage experience. 

Some of the benefits one may expect from receiving a Swedish massage include: pain reduction, increased blood circulation, rehabilitation for muscle injuries, increased flexibility, stress-reduction, better sleep, improved immune system. 

The development of Swedish massage is credited to Dutch practitioner, Johan Georg Mezger, who adopted the French names to denote the basic strokes.  But, a "Swedish" massage is not related to the country of Sweden, where massages are quite uncommon.

Swedish Massage is most similar to the Ayurvedic Bodywork therapies of Abhyanga and Vishesh, with two primary differences.  The massage strokes in Swedish Massage tend to be directed towards the organs and heart, whereas with Abhyanga the strokes are directed distally away from the core of the body to the "terminal ends" of the extremeties.  This is so as not to overburden the organ and heart system with fluid movement.  Intention and purpose always alters effect and outcome.  

Swedish combines well with any of the Add-on ServicesIf you aren't sure which to choose, I'd love to help you decide in my Free Phone Interview.  

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Pregnancy, Labor, and Post-Partum Massage & Bodywork

 

Most of the modalities that I provide are safe to use during the childbearing year with special care given to any pre-existing or pregnancy-related conditions.  A full assessment will determine the indications, contraindications, and safety of receiving massage and bodywork during the childbearing year

 

Pressure level is carefully monitored as the techniques are applied and will vary depending on subjective variables that include the stage of pregnancy, labor, or post-partum. 

Stage of pregnancy also predicts positioning on the massage table for maximum comfort during the treatment.

This specialization focuses on pregnancy-related structural changes to alleviate internal issues such as; digestion and nausea; low back pain; nerve and ligament strain; restoration of viscera and ligaments in the post-partum period; and support for psycho-physical, and emotional concerns taking place during the child-bearing year. 

 

Other concerns and considerations are taken into account, for example, coaching in the use of proper body-mechanics while performing daily tasks, and other individualized instruction may be included in the treatment plan. 

 

For additional support during pregnancy and beyond, you are welcome to my individual or group instruction in Kundalini Yoga, Qi Gong, and Bones for Life™ Movement.  See this flyer for more info on my Pregnancy Massage to Couples workshop.  Contact me to learn more.  Go to the Ayurveda page to learn about how Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultation would benefit you through all lifecycles.

Acupressure / Reflexology

 

Acupressure / Reflexology may be a stand-alone treatment that focuses solely on the hands and feet, or it may be used in conjunction with most any of the other modalities.  It can be incredibly helpful during the stages of Pregnancy, Labor, and Post-partum. 

 

I often use these techniques during an Integrative Massage and Bodywork session that combines other techniques into the session. 

 

For specific troubles in the hands and feet, here are the best Add-on Treatments to include into an Acupressure / Reflexology session; Massage Cupping; The Lemon/Castor-Oil Foot Treatment; and The Platinum Energy Detox System. 

Acupressure theory asserts a principle that says when addressing concerns of the physical body, work on the feet; when addressing the spiritual body, work on the hands.  Therefore the hands and feet are excellent access points for treating systemic issues throughout the body. 

 

Acupressure and Reflexology are outgrowths of the older Marma Point Therapy from Ayurvedic Medicine originating in India. 

Acupressure is one of the massage techniques practiced as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  It is based on the fundamental principle that 12 meridians, or energetic pathways, exist in the body through which energy flows –essentially the body’s electrical system.  While Acupuncture taps into the body’s electrical system through the use needles and other tools, Acupressure applies pressure with the fingers and thumbs to stimulate the points along these energy channels. 

 

Whereas Acupressure techniques are applied to the meridian lines that run through the entire body, Reflexology is applying pressure mainly to the feet and hands, and also the ears.  There are six meridian lines that either start or end in the feet, and six that start or end in the fingers, as well as important nerve plexus found in hands and feet.

 

The feet and hands are optimal areas to affect all 12 meridian lines, as well as affecting the abundant nerve bundles stimulating all vital pathways that correspond to the organs, and all body tissues through both the nervous system and the energetic/electrical pathways.  This is a brief description of how the hands and feet are mini-maps of the entire body.

Treating the points in hands and feet is very effective in correcting symptoms like metabolism, digestion, immunity, hormonal system, autonomic nervous system regulation, as well as treating the maladies of spirit, mind, and emotions.

 

The cross-fertilization of medical systems between regions, and countries in the East is evident in the specifc cultural manifestation of these core Eastern principles and theories.  Acupressure / TCM follows a similiar trajectory progressing to the United States where in the mid-twentieth century, it came to be renamed  Reflexology as well as “Zone Therapy”.  This is a prime example of the increasing trend towards cultural globalization.

 

These ancient medical techniques are rooted in similar healthcare and energetic principles and are widely used today.  Although each has been found in numerous cultures around the world, there is a lot of overlap in their ancestry. 

 

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Reiki Energy Healing

Rei Ki are Japanese words; “Rei” meaning universal, and “Ki,” meaning life-force energy. 

 

ReiKi is a form of Energy Balancing used to help clear the electro-magnetic field (the aura), and communication between all vital energy centers (chakras) facilitating integration of energy through the conduit of the human body.  It is a complete natural wellness system designed to promote health and healing on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels.

 

It derives from ancient Eastern philosophy and healing based on the understanding that the universe is energetic in nature and that the essential life-force energy that moves through us and all things material has the power to heal when channeled and directed with right intention. 

 

While there exists many forms of Reiki, I became a Master-level Reiki practitioner in 2008 after training with John Harvey Gray, who was the longest-practicing Reiki Master Teacher in the US, and one of the original twenty-two Reiki Masters trained by Hawayo Takata, the Japanese woman who brought Reiki to the West.

 

The Reiki practitioner uses a technique of laying-on of hands in specific patterns on the body, moving from one position to the next as the hands cool off.

 

In energy healing, practitioners are trained not to source their own energy, but rather to clear their own fields, align with right intention, and become conduits for universal life energy (Reiki).  A practiced Master-level practitioner channels Reiki energy anywhere, anytime, whether hands-on or off as in distant ReiKi.  Whereas everything in the universe is comprised of energy, energywork becomes part of every healing session whether it is a Reiki lineage or any other.

 

Energy techniques have the potential to recharge core life-force energy levels, release stress and anxiety, relieve pain, cleanse away unhealthy energy, thoughts, moods and emotions, heal from illness, injury and past trauma, increase mental clarity, and, restore healthy immune system functioning. 

 

 

Auyrvedic Bodywork Treatments 

Please go to the Ayurveda Page to learn more about my Ayurvedic Treatments

 

 

ADD-ON TREATMENTS

ADD-ON TREATMENTS

Sunlighten Sauna
Massage Cupping

Platinum Energy™ Detoxification System

https://platinumenergysystems.ca

 

  • $75.00  as stand-alone treatment

  • $65.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

The Platinum Energy Detoxification System uses a safe, effective, and relatively simple method that initiates the detachment of toxins from cell membranes facilitating drainage of the excretory channels of the liver and kidneys, as well as through points in the feet or hands.  The feet contain the largest skin pores in the body.

There are few things that act upon the tissues as effectively and quickly as Platinum Energy Foot Bath System does and it may be the single best tool I have ever integrated into my practice. 

Platinum Energy Detox works directly on the lymphatic system reducing the interstitial fluids and helping to restore normal function to the cells.  This lymphatic drainage effect may be felt as though a switch has been turned on to initiate release of heaviness or stagnant energy in the inner organs.  Because it significantly decreases the burden on the organ system, circulatory system, and immune system, the result is a much healthier state and an increase in metabolic energy. 

 

This therapy is an excellent choice to decrease pain because it activates the parasympathetic nervous system so effectively that people often report great relief and a feeling of lightness throughout their body. 

My clients love it and this has become a favorite treatment in my practice.

 

Go to the website above to Learn More.   https://platinumenergysystems.ca

 

Sunlighten™ Solo Far Infrared Portable Sauna System

https://www.sunlighten.com/saunas/portable-sauna

https://www.sunlighten.com/contraindications

  • $40.00  as stand-alone treatment

  • $35.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

The Sunlighten™ Solo is a portable sauna system that fits on top of a massage table uses heaters to emit invisible far infrared light that heats your body from the inside out and produces well-established health benefits. 

Far infrared light penetrates both the epidermis and the dermis (the two outermost layers of the skin) and reaches into the fat-rich subcutaneous tissue (also known as subcutis or hypodermis) where your sweat glands are located. 

Technically, the way it works is that the infrared light stimulates light receptors inside the mitochondria. Mitochondria are like a power plant inside each cell; normally, the energy your cells use comes from glucose or ketones, but light can be used as well.

Approximately 50% of the sunlight that reaches Earth is infrared light but unlike the sunlight, infrared light from a sauna has no UV rays and carries no risk of sunburn or damage to skin cells that can result in skin-cancer. 

 

Here are some additional benefits associated with infrared sauna:

  • Provides Pain Relief

  • Effects similar to Cardiovascular Workout

  • Helps Build Muscle and Increases Flexibility

  • Causes a Spike in Growth Hormones (hGh)

  • Relieves Stress and Tension-heat exposure elevates serotonin levels.Detoxification Based on a comprehensive review of heavy metal detoxification by renowned detoxification expert Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, far infrared saunas are an excellent way to rid the body of heavy metal contamination because “infrared mobilizes specific toxins, like mercury, in deeper tissues.”  In other words, infrared saunas may be more effective at eliminating toxins than traditional steam saunas.

  • Improves Recovery and Circulation-infrared sauna causes blood vessels to dilate, thus increasing blood flow and improving circulation. As a result, the heart can pump more nutrients and oxygenated blood to the parts of the body where they are needed.

  • Increases Resistance to Illness-infrared sauna increases core body temperature, tricking the immune system that there is a low-grade fever — a condition called hyperthermia. As a result, your immune system triggers the release of white blood cells, lymphocytes, neutrophils and interferons – all part of the body’s immune system response. 

Additionally, studies suggest that the increase in body temperature causes the release of heat shock proteins that deter viruses from reproducing and reduces the amount of inflammatory cytokines. 

One study even suggested that using a sauna can reduce the chances of catching a common cold by 50%.

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Massage Cupping

  • $35.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

Massage Cupping, has grown in popularity in the last decade, but it is not a new technique. Its Eastern roots run deep for thousands of years and it is practiced with increasing regularity in many parts of the world.

 

There are several forms of cupping, but "massage cupping" in the west is mainly associated with myofascial decompression. I use a combination of silicone cups, as well as Chinese fire cups to create suction, allowing myofascial decompression as the skin and sub-dermal tissue layers are drawn up into the cups.  

 

Most massage therapy techniques exert direct, positive, pressure to release tension, but instead cupping exerts a negative pressure to lift skin, muscles, and fascial fibers and draw blood into the area.  This is most effective for use with scar tissue or when the skin and subdermal layers are so adherent that they are hard to separate.

 

Certain conditions contraindicate the use of massage cups; these include but are not limited to pregnancy; liver, kidney, or heart disease; blood disorders including hemophilia; the use of blood thinners, skin abrasions or eruptions.  

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Hot Stone Therapy

  •  $25.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

Applying hot stones to a massage and bodywork treatment delivers some important therapeutic benefits.  The hot stones are heat retaining, ancient basalt stones that are helpful in tissue temperature regulation referred to as thermotherapy.

 

These stones may be placed in certain locations on the body where the tissues are particularly sore or tight to help soothe and soften the area, allowing for deeper hands-on techniques thereafter.   

They provide a grounding influence to a stressed or flighty nervous system.

 

Depending on the shape of the stone, they may also be used with the long, gliding techniques of Swedish massage as well as with more direct pressure in areas with muscle knots (a.k.a. myofascial restriction).

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Castor Oil Abdominal Packs

  •   $25.00 when added to your bodywork session

Often cited as being one of the most healing oils on the planet, castor oil boasts a wide and impressive therapeutic application. The oil is derived from the castor bean plant, Ricinus Communis, which is native to India. 

It is a key medicinal used in Ayurvedic medicine for millennia and was studied and promoted in the US during the mid-20th century by holistic health practitioner pioneer, Dr. Edgar Cayce.

 

When Castor oil is applied topically, as in the case of a abdominal pack, it is absorbed through the skin into the underlying visceral and tissues spaces, along with the application of heat which helps it to penetrate.  Castor oil application is also very helpful for painful, arthritic joints, including the vertebral joints. 

 

The chemical properties of castor oil--what makes it thick and sticky--provide its therapeutic actions, which include flushing; cleansing; emollient / softening of skin, dry, arthritic tissue and gall stones; liver-detoxifier; mild to moderate laxative effect, on the tissues.

 

Castor oil also increases lymphocyte production and the circulation of the lymphatic system.  It is all-around an excellent self-care practice.  

 

 

Lemon/Castor oil Foot Treatment 

  •    $25.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

The Lemon/Castor oil Foot Treatment  is a refreshing, cleansing, experience!

The combination of castor oil, salt, and lemon, is a powerful triple effect that opens the pores and the nerve endings in the feet, and the excretory channels of the kidneys and liver, drawing out impurities.

The salt has a gentle skin exfoliating effect as well as balancing tissues pH. The lemon is an excellent stimulant to the lymphatics moving stagnant lymphatic fluid in the feet back into venous circulation.  The treatment also helps to cool the body and feels wonderful!

Bamboo Moxibustion

  •   $15.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

Moxibustion is a Traditional Chinese or Japanese Medicine technique.  Bamboo moxa is a Japanese technique in which a piece of bamboo is filled with burning mugwort wool which is then rolled, tapped, and pressed on the meridians. The rhythmic application of heat and pressure on acupoints triggers shifts in the body condition and mood. 

 

Bamboo moxa has a dual effect of both gently cleansing and nourishing organs and tissues and is often used around the spleen to treat its deficiency.  It is warming, nurturing to the blood, dispels cold from the body, reducing phlegm, and dispelling dampness.  It promotes qi and relieves pain and depletion, and eliminates stagnation. 

An excellent Add-on to many treatments.

Aromatherapy

  •   $25.00 when added to your bodywork session

 

Aromatherapy gives an instant “Ahh” as it calms the autonomic nervous system by engaging the vagus nerve. The various essential oils are healing balms for body, mind, and spirit ailments

 

Aromatherapy is an age-old therapy that uses essential oils as therapeutic agents to treat illness or imbalance. The essential or volatile oils are extracted from the flowers, barks, stem, leaves, roots, fruits and other parts of plants by various methods.  

The skin permeability properties of essential oils are a major reason why they have been utilized for millennia. Inhalation, local application, and bath infusions are the major methods used in aromatherapy.

Inhaling essential oils is the fastest route into the body.  When essential oil vapors and odors are breathed in, the molecules are absorbed by the hairs inside the nostrils that have receptors which then signal the olfactory bulb in your limbic system.  These signals stimulate the brain to exert neurotransmitters (e.g. serotonin and dopamine) thereby regulating mood.

 

Once the oils are in the system, they remodulate themselves and work in a synergistic manner at the site of malfunction or at the affected area.  Single oils or various combinations are applied to get relief from numerous ailments like depression, indigestion, headache, insomnia, muscular pain, respiratory problems, skin ailments, swollen joints, organ complications etc.

There are several essential oils from which to choose, selected by a review of symptoms and concerns as well as by which one(s) we resonate with. 

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Platinum Energy™ Detox
Hot Stone Therapy
Castor Oil Abdominal
Lemon/Castor oil
Bamboo Moxa
Aromatheray
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