A gentle, hands-on manipulation of a physiological body system called the cranio-sacral system. This system is comprised of the soft tissue and bones of the cranium (or head), the spine and the pelvis. Massage therapists that perform cranio-sacral therapy also target the membranes and cerebrospinal fluids that surround and cushion the brain and spinal cord from injury during a therapy session.
Includes detoxification, boosts the lymphatic system and metabolism shapes the figure, temporarily reduces inches of the body, tones and softens the skin.
It consists of a relaxing massage, reflexology on hands and feet. It is wrapped in marine algae and is removed with hot towels. A mask is placed according to the needs of the Patient.
This massage is especially beneficial to people who have recently undergone surgery or people who are suffering from fluid/water retention.
Manual lymph drainage uses a specific amounts of pressure (less than 9 ounces per square inch) and rhythmic circular movements to stimulate lymph flow.
Reflexology is an alternative therapeutic treatment based on the idea that areas of the feet, hands, and ears are connected to other areas of the body. According to reflexology, pressure applied to the right reflex points can correct problems with correlating body parts, and organs.
The purpose of aromatherapy massage is to aid the penetration of essential oils into the body. Massages can be stimulating or relaxing depending on the oils used and the technique that is applied. It is an effective way to relieve stress, anxiety and tension. Aromatherapy combines the balancing properties of essential oils with the relaxing benefits of touch.