Deep Tissue/Acupressure | Sports Massage | Reflexology | Swedish Massage | Chair Massage | Reiki
   
   

Deep Tissue/Acupressure

30 min.  $55   |   60 min.  $75

The perfect massage for post sporting events/marathons or for those extra "knotty" aches and pains.

 

 

Sports Massage

30 min.  $55   |   60 min.  $75
Sports Massage is a special form of massage and is typically used before, during, and after athletic events. The purpose of the massage is to prepare the athlete for peak performance, to drain away fatigue, to relieve swelling, to reduce muscle tension, to promote flexibility and to prevent injuries.
 

 

Reflexology

30 min.  $45   |   60 min. (includes foot soak and scrub)  $75

Reflexology is similar to acupressure techniques, but it is performed on the feet & hands. Each foot & hand has "zones" that correspond to reflex point, that when stimulated with pressure, causes stimulation in the natural energy of the related organ.

Crystalline type deposits and/or tender points in these zones, usually indicates a dysfunction. Pressure applied to these tender points facilitates the body's ability to clear congestion, restoring normal functioning & improving health.

Reflexology stimulates the body's own healing forces by locating & stimulating certain points of the feet, hands, & even the ears.

By applying pressure to reflex points on the foot, the therapist can effect certain beneficial changes in another part of the body as well as causing a natural sense of well-being for the entire body. Various parts of the hands, feet & ears are linked with specific parts of our bodies in reflexology. Perfect for expectant mothers!

 

 

Swedish Massage

55 min.  $65
Light to medium pressure classic full body (or back of body, or back only) massage to stimulate circulation, tone the skin and soothe muscles resulting in total relaxation for the mind and body.
 

 

Chair Massage

10 min.  $15   |   30 min.  $35   |   60 min.  $75
Relieves tenision in back, neck, and shoulders which can help manage everyday stress.
 

 

Reiki

40 min.  $55

Healing technique using gentle touch to minimize discomfort while stimulating the bodies life force energy. An energy technique for stress reduction and relaxation as well as quicken recovery from illnesses and/or injuries.

Reiki Energy Therapy: (Pronounced ray-key)  An ancient Japanese method of  touch therapy that uses energy to help release blockages within the body.Ê  Reiki helps to bring about deep relaxation and healing on the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels.Ê It  is commonly used to treat emotional and mental distress as well as quicken  recovery from illnesses and/or injuries .Ê Best  used in multiple sessions when dealing with an illness or injury.Ê When this  treatment is given alone, the recipient may remain fully clothed.

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.

Is Reiki safe? It is beleived that Reiki energy  works only for the Highest Good of each person and can NOT cause harm. It is safe for anyone and for any situations including pregnant women and children.

What is the main difference between Reiki and other Energy Healing methods? Reiki has far more applications and functions than other “energy” healing. The quality and clarity of the received waves are crystal clear. The healer does not use his/her own energy to heal. It  can be learned by anyone in a short time. ___ 

Is Reiki a religion? No.It is not a religion. It is very spiritual in nature, but there is no belief required in order to learn and use it. The beauty of reiki is that it will work regardless of whether you believe in it or not.

What other Reiki techniques exist in the world? Tibetan Reiki, Shamballa, Sacred Path Reiki, Ascension Reiki, Tera Mai Reiki, Seichem, Karuna Reiki, Karuna Ki, Saichim 7 Facet, Extended Seichim Reiki, Isis Seichim, Traditional Japanese Reiki, Raku Kei Reiki, Atlatis Healing System, etc.

What is the difference between these Reiki techniques? They use a different method to attract the Reiki healing energy. They have a bit different techniques and symbols. Many styles are different from the original Usui  Reiki.

What are Reiki Symbols? They are tools to help direct energy.

Is Reiki open to everyone? Yes everyone can be initiated into Reiki. If you receive all four Level 1  Initiations you will have Reiki in your___d hands for life.

Can I treat myself with Reiki? Yes. Again, if you received your Reiki I initiations, by laying on your hands on your body you can enjoy all the benefits of Reiki. Self-healing will re-balance and centre your body-mind-spirit connection.

How can one be attuned to Reiki? Reiki attunements are received from a Reiki Master who is channelling/passing Reiki frequencies/energy into the initiates aura/energy body.

Can Reiki be used on animals and plants? Animals respond faster to Reiki than humans. Plants also respond well, because they are living energy fields that can be out of balance.

Can Reiki  be used with other therapies? Yes. It can be combined with other complementary therapies very successfully. Reiki will enhance their effects. It can also be used to complement the health care you receive in hospitals or other health care providers.

Are there any sensations during or after the Reiki treatment? It depends on the individual. You might not feel anything, but this does not mean that Reiki is not working . On the other hand, you might have sensations during or after the treatment such as: heat, cold, tingling, buzzing, relaxation, sleepiness, or other.  It may happen also that the symptoms worsen after the treatment, but just for a short period of time, after which you will feel wonderful. It is important to drink lots of water to aid the cleansing of the body.

 

 
 
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