The use of essential oils made from plants to treat physical and emotional conditions. Benefits are obtained through inhalation, external application or ingestion of essential oils. Used for centuries in Egypt and India, this therapy is routinely a part of medical treatment in many European countries.
Techniques that utilize deep-tissue/deep-muscle massage are administered to affect the sub-layer of musculature and fascia. These techniques require more advanced training and a more thorough understanding of anatomy and physiology.
Utilizing traditional Chinese acupuncture points, this Japanese bodywork technique uses thumb, finger, and palm pressure, rather than needles, to acupuncture points. Focuses on the efficient flow of energy throughout the meridians and autonomic nervous system.
The healing power of touch emphasizing that all strokes go toward the heart, Swedish massage uses five main strokes to stimulate the circulation of blood through the soft tissues of the body
The practice of foot and/or hand massage in which pressure is placed on certain points in order to promote healing and realization. Treatment is planned according to areas of the hands and feet that correspond to specific parts or organs of the body. Crystalline deposits in these areas reflect imbalances and the practitioner breaks these deposits down with massage.
A specific massage technique that uses advanced concepts in pressure therapy to break the stress-tension-pain cycle. It aims to relax muscle so that circulation can increase and the body will return to normal neuromuscular integrity and balance. Neuromuscular massage brings balance between the muscles, the skeletal system, and the nervous system. Balance within the body is important for maintaining optimum health.
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