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New Massage Therapy at Healthy Touch

November 13, 2016

 

New Massage with DoTerra Aromatherapy

 

Massage Therapy includes reflexology, acupressure, myofascial release, and deep tissue with the finest DoTerra essential oils added to our own handcrafted Massage cream!

 

Our homemade blends of massage cream may consist of usually three of the following: Apricot Kernel Oil, Almond Oil, Avocado Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Shea Butter or Castor Oil with Yellow Beeswax, and Vitamin E Oil and Tea Tree Oil as natural preservatives. 

 

Book an appointment here!

 

One hour of massage is $65. A half hour is $35. 

 

You may take home the remainder of your massage cream and essential oil mixture in its glass container. 

 

Essential oils and Aromatherapy add powerful healing properties to your treatment. These potent oils have a positive effect on your mood, relaxation, immune system, skin and internal organs such a kidney, liver, nervous system and endocrine system. Howard blends these oils according to your requests and perceived needs!

 

Foot and Hand Reflexology

 

God has created our bodies to be self-healing and self-regenerating. The bottoms of our feet and hands are an organized, activated map of our organs. By massaging and stimulating specific areas of your feet, your organs are unstressed, circulation is increased, congestion and toxicity are eliminated. Reflexing your feet and hands relaxes your entire body and central nervous system.

 

Howard begins treatments with foot reflexology to stimulate the relaxation response in organs and tissues all over the body. He applies pressure to acupuncture points along meridians to relieve pain and enhance circulation. He incorporates structural integration to lengthen and realign the facia (tough fibrous covering) of muscles and organs. This brings freedom of movement and increased range of motion. Howard uses deep tissue techniques to relieve chronic pain and stress. Howard applies the appropriate bodywork to prepare the patient for acupuncture.

 

Acupressure

 

Pressure and massage is applied to the acupuncture points and meridians throughout the body.  Imbalances and blockages can be perceived by muscle and tissue tightness or flaccidity. Organ balance is restored by pressure applied to these points and electro-magnetic circuits. Stress, congestion and toxicity is mechanically  and electrically removed by hand manipulation of these points and areas.

 

Structural Integration  

 

Structural Integration manipulates the myofascial system of the body. Fascia is the tough, fibrous connective tissue which enraps organs, bones and muscles. Fascia permeates the muscle fibers and forms the tendons. Disturbances in the fascia restrict movement and cause pain. Structural integration techniques move deeply in the fascia to restore integrity and uniformity. 

 

Pain, tightness, muscle spasm, circulatory blockages and injury toxins are relieved by deep stroking. Structural integration balances and aligns the body by lengthening and repositioning the fascia. As fascia is lengthened, it allows the muscles to move more efficiently and without encumbrance.

 

CranioSacral Therapy 

 

CranioSacral Therapy is gentle pressure applied to the cranial bones and spine. This improves the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid and removes stress and pain from the central nervous system. Restrictions and imbalances are removed from the brain and spinal cord. The body’s facia is also gently manipulated to remove restrictions. 
 

CranioSacral Therapy treats headache, migraines, attention deficit, chronic neck and back pain, birth trauma, TMJ, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress syndromes, autism, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, chronic fatigue, central nervous system disorders, emotional difficulties, and stress syndromes.

 

 

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