- Acupuncture and Chinese medicine
From over 2000 years of empirical study and observation of the energy dynamics of the body. Certain points on the body were discovered to be painful during disease states and manipulating those points resulted in a relief of symptoms. Over time, the meridian systems, or acupuncture maps, were drawn and the points were given names. There are 364 points on the body available for the acupuncturist to use, though typically anywhere from 5-20 points are selected for a treatment.Acupuncture works by adjusting and regulating the the body’s energy that flows through these meridians. Most of the meridians are internally connected with specific organs such as your Lung, Heart, Kidney, and Stomach. Acupuncture needles can be used to affect exterior lying muscle groups as well deep internal organs. That is why acupuncture is effective for a variety conditions including, but not limited to, pain.
Acupuncture needles are much thinner than the type used in a doctor’s office, so treatment is usually painless. Most patients can expect to feel better after a single session, but lasting results will usually require follow up sessions. Acute conditions may require 2-3 visits, but conditions you may have had for a while will typically require more.
- Medical Intuitive Healing
During a medical intuitive healing treatment, a naturally gifted and professionally trained practitioner facilitates a blend of powerful bio-vibrational techniques that promotes the body to heal itself in an accelerated manner. The practitioner works directly with the client’s energy field and this may not even require touching. Our healers use advanced esoteric Tibetan energetic empowerments and Reiki Master energy towards facilitating healing that seeks to integrate para-sympathetic and sympathetic systems of the body to bring to awareness the root causes of disharmonies and illness. The goal in balancing energy is to remove pain, increase positive & intuitive skills, open innate healing abilities and become closer to our true will. After receiving spiritual healing, individuals often feel more at peace with themselves and their lives. It is not uncommon for thoughts and feelings to arise during or after the sessions. Clearer energy brings with it natural insight and clarity. Nutritional counseling, life coaching techniques, self-care and further nutritional testing may also be suggested.
* All Services available for Distant Work and/or Skype
** Extraction Services – please inquire about intensive levels
*** Emotional and Energetic Cord Release - please inquire about intensive levels
In Chinese, “chi” means energy and “nei tsang” means internal organs. Chi Nei Tsang, an ancient Taoist tradition, is a specialist massage technique that uses abdominal massage, breath work and applied chi kung to support the digestive system, internal organs, and the meridian system. Even though Chi Nei Tsang focuses primarily on the abdomen and internal organs, it works on every part of the body as well as mental, emotiona, and spiritual aspects. It addresses all vital systems of the body: digestive, lymphatic, nervous, endocrine, urinary, reproductive, respiratory, cardiovascular, muscular-skeletal system and the meridian system. The pivotal concept of Chi Nei Tsang is that all disease-causing tensions and blockages can be traced to the abdomen.
Chi Nei Tsang treatments utilize a deep, soft, and gentle touch. The abdomen, perhaps more than any other part of the body, requires the touch of tenderness, strength, compassion and absolute presence. We incorporate all esoteric modalities with this ancient Taoist bodywork. Throughout the session, breathwork and specific qi gong exercises are taught. This will support you in bringing awareness to and making contact with emotional charges, blockages and aspects that might have been hidden or forgotten.
Some of the healing benefits of Chi Nei Tsang:
- improves digestion and elimination
- balances the metabolism
- relieves the body of excess stagnation
- stimulates the lymphatic and circulatory systems
- strengthens the immune system
- increases blood and energy flow to the internal organs
- releases energy blockages and deep-seated tension
- restores vitality
- addresses unprocessed emotional charges
- improves breathing
- relieves chronic back and shoulder pain caused by visceral imbalances
The training of Chi Nei Tsang practitioners is rigorous to assure a high level of technical skills, understanding of emotional charges and a solid practice of qi gong and Taoist meditation which aids in the healing work.
- Therapeutic Bodywork & Massage Therapy
Custom therapeutic bodywork treatments designed specifically for viewing the body as a whole. This treatment includes Oriental Medicine assessment of the tongue and pulse, intake of health and family history and personalized bodywork therapy. All modalities are medical and therapeutic by design — this includes Chinese medical massage known as tui na, acupressure, shiatsu, Chi Nei Tsang, medical intuitive energy, Reiki, thai massage and Sports Therapeutic Massage.
Bodywork is a great way to bring holistic health and lasting pain relief into our lives. We specialize in stress management, injury care and chronic pain relief. Safe-care may also be suggested for faster recovery.
Ancient Oriental therapy with the use of cups. Great for quickly removing toxins in the body, and relaxing tight areas of tension or sore muscles. Cupping Therapy is an ancient medical treatment that relies upon creating a local suction to mobilise blood flow in order to promote healing.” Suction is created using heat (fire) or mechanical devices (hand or electrical pumps). The use of Fire Cupping has been a part of most cultures of the world, highly recommended for chronic conditions.
Studies show that eating habits play a major role in the development of certain chronic diseases, including heart disease, obesity, cancer and diabetes. Making changes to your diet can help to both prevent and treat these conditions. Clinical nutrition is the study of the relationship between food and a healthy body. More specifically, it is the science of nutrients and how they are digested, absorbed, transported, metabolized, stored, and eliminated by the body. Besides studying how food works, nutritionists are interested in how the environment affects the quality and safety of foods and what influence these factors have on health and disease.
What’s to be expected?
Upon meeting, a clinical nutritionist will ask you questions about your medical history, family history, and personal lifestyle. The medical history might include questions about your diet, digestion, history of weight loss or gain, sleep and exercise patterns and relaxation habits. During the second part of the visit, the nutritionist will suggest ways that you can fill the gaps and reduce the nutritional “overloads” in your diet. For example, your nutritionist may suggest that you eat your meals at different times or cut down on the amount of carbohydrates that you eat. They may also also offer advice on specific nutritional supplements, if necessary, or send for further blood, urine or hair testing for specific concerns. The nutritionist will then schedule follow-up visits to monitor your health and help motivate you to taking that next step towards long-lasting health.
- 3 Week Meditation ‘Reset’
Fostering the ability of an individual to discover and express their maximum potential – physically, emotionally and spiritually as human beings, with an emphasis on consciousness, self-empowerment, along with innovative tools, methods and techniques with which to direct our own destinies.
It includes the following and more…
Positive Awareness; Self-control Development Program; Conditioning the healing mind; Preventing mood swings and anxiety; Avoiding depression; Raising self-esteem to its highest level; Physical health, Consciousness, Human Possibilities, and challenges of body, mind, spiritual development.
- Seitai Shiatsu - Japanese Structural Alignment Bodywork
*Cancer & Lymphatic Immunity Therapy*
Seitai Shiatsu technically consists in easing the activity of the life force by re-adjusting the physiology of the body. Basic known techniques are katsugen undō, Seitai taisō and yūki , which has been founded by Haruchika Noguchi.
This modality allows one to purposely let go of conscious control of the body and allows it to heal itself. Also a manifestation of regenerating movement exists which is spontaneously induced by the treatment design and the lymphatic system with its role in treating degenerative disease. Therapeutic fire cupping, traditional bone-setting techniques and Kiyoshi Kato’s complete dietary system are also taught in this complete Japanese form.
Seitai Shiatsu technically consists in easing the activity of the life force by re-adjusting the physiology of the body. Basic known techniques are katsugen undō, Seitai taisō and yūki , which has been founded by Haruchika Noguchi. This modality allows one to purposely let go of conscious control of the body and allows it to heal itself. Also a manifestation of regenerating movement exists which is spontaneously induced by the treatment design and the lymphatic system with its role in treating degenerative disease. Therapeutic fire cupping, traditional bone-setting techniques and Kiyoshi Kato’s complete dietary system are also taught in this complete Japanese form.
- Intuitive Grounding Treatments
Using esoteric Sirius energies, experience grounding empowerment. Considered a supreme energertic tune-up for these fast paced days and work life. When we seek to find silence it is often difficult or easily distractactable, use this service to access the realms of depth, manifestation, calm and stillness. Great for peace-seekers, healers, manifesters and conscious beings.
- Qi Gong, Nei Gong, and Meditation.. info coming soon.
- Taoist Six Healing Sounds Qigong
- Classes – Chakra Theory, Oriental Organ Health
- Couples Massage, Healing for Healers Meetup
- Explorations in Metaphysics