Massage is probably the most popular treatment on the menu whether you work in a spa or a salon. With clients working longer hours or taking work home with them, the wear and tear of everyday life or those with young children, everyone can benefit from massage. Physically the therapist can work on knots, tensions and strains in the muscles. Leaving the client suppler, reduced aches and promote healing.
Let’s face it, life can get stressful. That’s why it’s so important to carve out as much time as possible for self-care and quiet time. If you’re looking for a natural way to loosen up, physically and mentally, we have three great options for you: Cannabis Meditation Yoga
Why do so many suffer from pain, specifically low back pain? This is a question that patients and doctors ask with varying degrees of frustration. I’d like to provide an alternative angle of understanding low back pain through the model of Chinese medicine. About Traditional Chinese Medicine Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a system of medicine that … Continue reading Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Back Pain
In recent years, e-cigarettes/vaping have become a popular stop smoking aid. Evidence is still developing on how effective they are, but many people have found them helpful when quitting smoking. An electronic cigarette is a device that allows you to inhale nicotine without most of the harmful effects of smoking.
Chakra (which in Sanskrit is spelled Cakra, the “c” being pronounced as a “ch”) is a Sanskrit term which means spinning wheel or vortex. Today, the modern usage of the word is “Wheel of Light,” although originally it was used to refer to a chariot wheel.
Therapeutic Touch® is a modern application of ancient forms of healing which uses the laying-on of hands. In Therapeutic Touch, the practitioner uses his/her hands in the client's energy field to bring that field to balance and harmony. The client remains fully clothed, in a sitting or lying down position.