MYOFACIA CUPPING

Myofacia cupping is an ancient Chinese therapy with a western twist. The cups help to increase blood flow, release muscle tension, create healthy muscle tissue and much more.

HOT STONE MASSAGE

This is a full body relaxation massage using heated basalt mineral stones. It has a grounding and balancing effect on the mind and body while relaxing tense muscles and increasing circulation.

RAINDROP THERAPY

Specific therapeutic grade essential oils are dropped onto spine like raindrops then lightly worked into vertebrae using specific techniques, ending with Swedish back massage.

SWEDISH RELAXATION MASSAGE

A firm yet calming massage that improves blood circulation, eases muscle tension, and helps to reduce stress and anxiety with a series of long gliding strokes, muscle kneading and vibration tapping.

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Fifty percent of June Proceeds to Nepal

Fifty percent of June Proceeds to Nepal

In 2011 I had the privilege of spending three weeks in Nepal. Two weeks trekking with 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking – Empowering Women of Nepal (EWN) and one week in Kathmandu. As a foreigner traveling alone I was a bit apprehensive as to what I would come across. My fears all subsided when I was ...

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Understanding Fascia: What It Is + Why You Should Care

Understanding Fascia: What It Is + Why You Should Care

Myofascia cupping is an excellent way to restore and hydrate fascia. Here’s a great article on “Understanding Fascia: What It Is + Why You Should Care” from mindbodygreen.com, written by Melissa Putt. Think of fascia as the most sensitive, highly interconnected system in the entire body — it’s the life force next to blood. Without ...

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What is Aromatherapy?

What is Aromatherapy?

Infographic from bodyworkbuddy.com Holistic healing of the physical body and soul (spirit). Healing with scent (aroma) and touch (body massage). Aromatherapy can be absorbed through: AROMA Scents trigger an area in the brain called the Limbic System. When stimulated it releases endorphins, neurotransmitters and other ‘feel-good’ chemicals. This can be achieved by direct inhalation or ...

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