“You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.”
Rejuvenation for your Mind, Body, and Spirit
Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person -- body, mind, spirit, and emotions -- in the quest for optimal health and wellness. According to the holistic medicine philosophy, one can achieve optimal health -- the primary goal of holistic medicine practice -- by gaining proper balance in life.
Holistic medicine practitioners believe that the whole person is made up of interdependent parts and if one part is not working properly, all the other parts will be affected. In this way, if people have imbalances (physical, emotional, or spiritual) in their lives, it can negatively affect their overall health.
"Neuroscience explains that experiences along the spectrum from fear to tranquility create chemical responses in the human brain. Some responses take longer to subside than others, leaving a residual chemical imbalance in our system. We may feel “off”, uncomfortable, or not sick but not quite well, and attribute it to a passing mood. Over time, we may become accustomed to feeling uncomfortable and absorb the feeling into our concept of what is normal for us, thereby accepting the burden of our physical imbalance."
Windows & Meridian-based acupressure
Windows of the Sky are Acupuncture points, which have been used for centuries to help people move into meditation-like, altered states of consciousness. These points are stimulated with gentle finger pressure and may be accompanied with essential oils, flower essences or crystals to intensify their effectiveness.
Using a soft touch generally no greater than 5 grams, or about the weight of a nickel, practitioners release restrictions in the cranio-sacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system.
By complementing the body's natural healing processes, Cranio-Sacral is effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction, including:
Chronic Neck and Back Pain
Stress and Tension-Related Problems
The Ancient Chinese Medical practitioners observed the Five Elements in Nature, and saw their reflections in the physiology of man. They named the five qualities of energy; Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. Each Element was observed to predominate a different season. Yin/Yang theory was developed by observing the polar opposites that exist in Nature (night and day, cold and hot, Water and Fire, rest and activity). These naturally occurring opposites have an effect on human physiology, pathology, and wellness.