Our healers are naturally gifted and master energy facilitators of healing.
Custom therapeutic bodywork treatments designed specifically for viewing your body as a whole. Your 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 — which includes Chinese medical massage known as Tui Na, acupressure, Shiatsu, Chi Nei Tsang, medical intuitive energy, Reiki, Thai massage and Sports Therapeutic Massage.
Massage therapy and Bodywork are a great way to bring holistic health and long-lasting pain relief into our lives. We specialize in stress management, injury care and chronic pain relief.
Chi Nei Tsang is a touch-healing system developed by ancient Taoist Chinese sages to help detoxify, revitalize, and cleanse your body. Literally translated, Chi Nei Tsang means ‘working the energy of the internal organs’ or ‘internal organs qi transformation.’ This is accomplished by integrating the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of a person’s being.
In practice, Chi Nei Tsang uses massage, acupressure, and guided breathing to remove negative energies and toxins from your internal organs, tissues, and bones. It also recycles these energies to enhance your physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Chi Nei Tsang even uses meditation techniques involving an internal awareness of colors and sounds to help detoxify your body.
Cupping Therapy is an ancient Oriental therapy that uses cups. This medical treatment relies on creating a local suction area to mobilize blood flow in order to promote healing. The 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.
Cupping has a host of benefits, including quickly removing toxins in the body and relaxing tight areas of tension or sore muscles.
Upon meeting you, a Clinical Nutritionist will ask 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 your 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 offer advice on taking nutritional supplements, if necessary, or send you for further blood, urine or hair testing for specific concerns. The nutritionist will then schedule follow-up visits to monitor your health and diet, and help motivate you to taking that next all-important step towards long-lasting health.