To bring health and restoration to the people through body mind coaching and massage for a. tailored and individualized experiences.
This life coach believes that the human body is capable of incredible healing and sustained vitality with the right support and care. During body mind coaching I address a variety of health concerns, and treat clients from a variety of ages and backgrounds who share this belief.
During your body mind coaching/massage session and after, my hope is that you gain more awareness of the natural healing process your body is going through. With this in mind, as your life coach I may make suggestions to support your continued health.
BodyMind life coaching. So we can better transmute your emotional and physical pain. BodyMind Coaching is defined as an embodied conversation that is designed to give voice to the body, so that clients can live more connected within themselves and make empowered choices with their lives.
Massage therapy is the scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, consisting primarily of manual (hands-on) techniques such as applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, and moving muscles and body tissues.
Through energy and bodywork we connect to higher consciousness. Soul work and healing is done here. Let's find out together what is keeping you stuck. Learn how to connect within, listen to your authentic truth, and set yourself free through body mind coaching.
Using signing bowls, tuning forks, and many other instruments we can increase your vibration. Increasing your vibration helps to enhance state of mind, enhance your immune system and overall feeling of peace and wellness.
We also carry pure and natural DoTERRA essential oils.
Cupping is a form of massage that focuses on blood flow and helps your body by flushing built-up toxins through the lymphatic system. Cupping can be a deep tissue massage, that works deeper in your muscles and fascia.
Lymphatic massage helps to stimulate the lymph system and helps to decongest tissue so lymphatic fluid flows easier. This can be done with manual manipulation, hand massage, or it can be done with tools such as dry brushes and or a cupping machine. This is a great massage to have pre and post surgery. This type of massage can help with sinus issues and headaches also. This is also one of the techniques used in breast massage.
Breast Massage is so important. Did you know it could help make sure your breast stay healthy while your breast feeding. Mastitis and clogged ducts are something I work on weekly with new moms. Both can be very painful but can be avoided with a few simple suggestions.
Who we help
From diagnosis through reconstruction, or post surgical we can help you. Emotional and physical pain can be addressed in this specialized session. We can work with your healthcare team to customize the perfect balance either before, during or after treatments.
Sinus and Lymphatic Massage can clear up allergies and sinus issues.
Traditional treatment that helps resolve chronic muscle tightness and pain faster than massage therapy alone.
Did you know that cupping can be used to treat many other complaints?
The suction from the cups increases circulation to the area where the cups are placed. The additional blood flow to that area can help relieve muscle tension and promote cell repair. Increasing circulation with cupping also helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Yes, you do have organs that remove toxins from your blood. But the modern lifestyle overloads your body with toxins. Cupping gives your body a boost in releasing those toxins. Focused blood flow helps your body by flushing built-up toxins through the lymphatic system. (Your lymphatic system is responsible for eliminating your body’s toxins and waste.)
When your therapist glides the cups across your skin, your parasympathetic nervous system engages. This promotes deep relaxation to move through your entire body. (Your parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for slowing your heart rate, assisting in digestion, and increasing intestinal and gland activity.)
Increased blood flow enables your body to dispose of toxins, restores lymphatic circulation, and helps remove edema (excess fluid), which helps reduce the appearance of scarring. Studies have shown the positive effects of cupping on stretch marks and scars even in areas that are far from the area where the cups are applied.
Varicose veins look like bulging, bluish veins just under your skin, usually on legs and feet. They happen when the valves inside the vein aren’t working properly—the valves don’t effectively push the blood from the muscle back to the heart, so the blood congests and the veins twist and bulge. Cupping helps by bringing fresh blood flow and oxygen back to the problem areas. You’ll notice your varicose veins appear lighter after your first session, though it will take a series of cupping sessions for lasting results.
Congestion (the buildup of fluid or phlegm in your lungs) caused by a cold, bronchitis, or even asthma can be treated with cupping. The suction from cups breaks up and expels congestion. It brings oxygen rich blood and lymph toward your lungs and your other respiratory muscles. Cups are usually placed on your back, but may be placed on your chest as well. Your therapist may leave the cups in place, or may gently glide them in an upward motion to facilitate the movement of the lymph fluid. Facial cupping can also be used to help unblock your sinuses.
Cupping helps to engage the parasympathetic nervous system, which increases blood flow to the digestive tract. Gentle cupping over the abdomen also stimulates the insides of your digestive organs. It aids in peristalsis (contractions that push food through your digestive tract), helps clear colon blockages, encourages blood and body-fluid to move through your organs, and helps relieve indigestion.
Give us a call or ask your therapist during your next massage session. Our therapists have been trained and certified in safe and effective cupping techniques. You can choose to have a cupping-only session, or add cupping on to your therapeutic massage.
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