Active Isolated Stretching: this method of muscle lengthening and facial release is a type of Athletic Stretching Technique that provides effective, dynamic, facilitated stretching of major muscle groups, but more importantly, AIS provides functional and physiological restoration of superficial and deep facial planes.
CranioSacral: a gentle, noninvasive method that enhances the body’s natural healing processes. Conditions that may be avoided or reduced include: osteoporosis, cardiac symptoms, diabetes, headaches / migraines, arthritis, scoliosis, autoimmune disease, Alzheimer’s & dimentia.
Feldenkrais, Functional Integration: this method establishes new connections between the brain and body through movement re-education. Habituated responses to problem areas in our lives are ingrained in our movement patterns. These patterns are eliminated and replaced with new skills that improve the physical, mental and emotional function of the body.
Lymphatic Drainage: a unique therapy where practitioners palpate the lymphatic flow and identify the rhythm, direction, and quality of the flow in order to find alternate pathways for drainage. This technique helps with migraines and headaches.
Myofacial Release: a gentle pressure in an area of facial tension is applied in the direction of the restriction for the relief of cervical pain, back pain, fibromyalgia, scoliosis, headaches, etc. See Structural Integration, the Rolf Method
Reiki: a hands-on energy healing art where the practitioner is trained to access and serve as a channel for the life force (qi or chi). Healing can occur through the return of physical, mental and spiritual balance.
Structural Integration: a Rolfing Method used to realign and balance the structural order of the body is directed toward the myofascial system – ligaments, muscles, tendons, and surrounding connective tissues in order to create a more resilient, higher-energy system free of inhibitions due to past trauma.
Visceral Manipulation: enhances the normal mobility and tissue motion of the organs allowing them to be compatible with each other potentially altering and improving the structure and functioning of the entire body.