BODYWORK & INTEGRATED ENERGY HEALING
FOR PEOPLE & ANIMALS
Integrated Soft Tissue Bodywork and Energy Healing is used to enhance movement, energy, vitality and longevity. Each healing session is focused, guided by intentional touch and intuition to promote a unique whole-body healing experience.
FOR ANIMALS:The complementary modalities provided should be used in conjunction with proper veterinary care; they are not a tool for diagnosis or treatment but can aid in the process. If you have concerns about your pets health or suitability for any of these modalities, please check with your DVM prior to the Bodywork / Massage session.
Bodywork is a series of focused intentional moves to promote the bodies innate way of healing itself.
The moves are gentle yet precise; they evoke a response in the fascia, musculoskeletal system, the autonomic nervous
system and bodies energetic
pathways. They promote circulation and lymph drainage and releases natural cortisol to decrease pain and inflammation.
Myofascial cupping decompresses the skin and underlying tissues to promote blood and lymph flow, reduce inflammation and relieve pressure thus relieving pain.
This is a complementary modality when used in conjunction with bodywork and energy healing.
Chi (Qi) is the universal life force energy that is unseen yet surrounds us and is within us in abundance.
It is the essence of who we are and what we are made of.
Bowen Therapy, Rieki, Acupressure and Cranio-Sacral Balancing are used to promote healing within the body, to optimize energy flow, mental clarity and comfortable movement once more.
Canine Osteopathy focuses on the bodies innate ability to heal itself. It focuses on joints, muscles, and the spine, It positively affects the body's nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems, addressing the structural and physical needs of an animal to relieve pain, improve movement and prevent injury.
It is largely based on careful observation and focused intentional touch..
We look for:
lameness /altered gate
weight shifting or non-bearing
reluctance to move or get out of the car
resistance or defensive when touched
inability to coordinate/avoiding obstacles
difficulty in stretching hind legs when jumping