Energy Therapies

Reiki

Reiki Master Teacher

Reiki or Universal Life Force energy is a restorative form of Energy Medicine.  This healing technique revitalizes the overall energy in the physical and energetic body.  Reiki is often used in treating pain, chronic illnesses, injury, stress and emotional trauma.

Reiki balances and fortifies:

  • Chakras
  • Organs
  • Glands
  • Enzymes
  • Protein synthesis
  • Cellular metabolism

 

Relieve stress.  Ease tension.  Alleviate pain.

 

Qigong

Qigong Instructor

Qigong (pronounced chee gong) is an ancient art and science of cultivating internal energy.  As an evolving practice, with dedication and refinement Qigong becomes a powerful way of being.  This profound form of traditional Chinese medicine dates back over 5000 years.

Qi, meaning “life force energy”, infuses all of life and exists as our natural healing resource.  Flow/distribution of Qi is central to improving health and harmony of the mind-body-energy.  Qi follows the mind and the mind follows the heart.  Qi influences physical health – where the Qi goes the blood flows.  A consistent practice of Qigong will heighten the body’s innate potential for maintaining health, disease prevention and overcoming chronic diseases.

Cultivating Qi = strong body + tranquil mind + purified heart

Foster the Healer Within

  • Self-healing exercises
  • Movement meditation
  • Breathing to direct energy within the body

Qigong is a free, simple energy therapy that everyone can learn.  It is easy to do just about anywhere.  Plus, there are no harmful side effects!  It is becoming widely accepted by Western medicine for its proven ability to address prevention and chronic conditions.  Qigong has been creating health for thousands of years and now has the potential to transform our healthcare system.

CranioSacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapist

CranioSacral Therapy is a form of osteopathic medicine.  Through a gentle method of detection and correction the body’s own natural healing mechanisms are encouraged to dissipate negative effects of stress on the central nervous system.

Good health and well-being depends on the maintenance of proper relationships among the various body systems.

The human body is composed of many ‘bodies’-blood vessels, nervous system, muscles, bony structure, and so on.  All these bodies are fundamentally connected to one another.

You cannot have good health in one body system without having it in all the others.

  • Restores the body’s balance – using gentle manipulation (5 grams – the weight of a nickel)
  • Stimulates the body’s brain function & blood circulation – enhancing the flow of cerebrospinal fluid that bathes the surface of the brain & the spinal cord
  • Increases the body’s respiration – helping to put more oxygen into the blood stream
  • Supports the body’s digestion – delivering nutrients to the body more efficiently