Bowen is a holistic remedial body technique that works on the soft connective tissue (fascia) of the body. Bowen therapy can be used to treat musculoskeletal or related neurological problems including acute sports injuries and chronic or organic conditions. Gentle moves made over the muscle and tissue deliver signals to the nervous system, stimulating the body to reset and heal creating a balance, strength, and stabilization. Bowen is so gentle that is can be used on anyone, from newborn infants to the elderly.
Vibrational Sound Healing
Vibroacoustic therapy combines the power of auditory music/sound with a low frequency vibrations that is felt throughout the whole body. This therapy can stimulate the body to release the imbalances using rhythm and frequency. Soothing healing Sounds, deep penetrating properties of a Bio Mat and Amethyst crystal are utilized in relaxing and easing pain which promotes a feeling of well-being and a healthy mind and body.
Aura healing or Prana therapy is an ancient yogic science of preventing and curing physical or psychological ailments by healing subtle bodies. It was discovered several thousand years ago in India during Vedic culture. It is extremely helpful in preventing as well as curing all sorts of diseases. Among the healing arts such as Reiki, Energy Healing, Pranic healing, or energy work, there are many common principles, practices, and approaches to treatment and healing.
Chakra balancing is the process of restoring a harmonious flow of energy across the chakra system. The effect of well balanced chakras often translates into a feeling of well-being, relaxation, centeredness, increased vitality and embodiment of oneself.
Marma Point Therapy
Points in the body, where concentrated life force energy (qi), is located and activated. They are part of the Chakra, nadi, and srota systems of yoga. This balancing treatment focuses on releasing energy blocks in the body and mind. Marma points are gently activated with touch, sound, prana and or aromatherapy to balance the flow of energy. A marma is a point of concentrated prana where anatomical structures (muscle, bone, tendon, vessels, ligaments & joints) are located and when blocked generate pain & discomfort.
Herbal medicine in Ayurveda
The oldest system of natural healing in the world. The name Ayurveda originates from two Indian words: ayur, meaning life, and Veda meaning knowledge or science. In a broad sense it means knowledge concerning the maintenance of life. The aim of Ayurvedic medicine is preventative, treating people before a disorder has a chance to manifest it self utilizing energies or “energetics” of each herb and their therapeutic effects. Practitioners of herbal Ayurvedic medicine recommend remedies on the basis of each individual attributes or energy/quality and the energy and attributes of Nature's vast array of plants. "From the Earth came herbs and from the herbs came the seed that gave life to humans." -Taittiriya Upanishad (11.1)