Acupuncture: A branch of ancient
Chinese medicine that treats many conditions including diseases, drug
or alcohol addiction, and sinus problems by stimulation of needles to
directly manipulate a network along 12 major pathways or energetic
meridians, connecting specific internal organs with energetic points on
the network. Acupuncture regulates, or disperses Chi, the vital life
energy that animates all living organisms, and results in a correcting
and rebalancing of Chi to relieve pain and restore health.
Allergy Antidote: is a
comprehensive system for assessing, identifying and treating the
psychoenergetic effects of energy toxins.
Chinese medicine: A variety of
ancient and modern therapeutic methods, including acupuncture, herbal
medicine, massage, heat therapy, and nutritional and lifestyle
counseling-that treats a broad range of chronic and acute illnesses.
Color therapy: The therapeutic
use of various forms of color and light for physical, emotional, and
spiritual benefit to the human body.
Craniosacral therapy: Gentle
manipulation of the brain, spinal cord, bones of the skull, sacrum and
interconnected membranes--to correct misalignments and distortions in
the structure and function of the craniosacral mechanism that surrounds
the central nervous system. It is great for chronic issues that haven’t
responded to prior techniques.
Cupping: A technique of applying
suction over selected points or zones in the body. A vacuum is created
by warming the air in a jar of bamboo or glass and overturning it onto
the body to disperse areas of local congestion. This therapy is used in
the treatment of arthritis, bronchitis, and sprains, among other
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT): is
a form of alternative therapy that purports to manipulate the body's
energy field by tapping on acupuncture points while a specific issue,
symptom or memory is focused on, in order to alleviate an emotional or
Healing touch: One of the touch
therapies that uses a variety of techniques to re-pattern and align the
biofield, allowing the innate healing process to occur. Healing touch
is an energy-based, therapeutic approach to healing and uses touch to
influence the energy system thus affecting physical, emotional, mental,
and spiritual health.
Herbal therapy/Medicine: Employs
parts of plants (seed, stem, flowers, root, bark, leaf) for the relief
of conditions, ailments, or complaints; the earliest known form of
Life Coaching: is a
future-focused practice with the aim of helping clients determine and
achieve personal goals. Life coaches select from among several methods
to help clients set and reach goals.
Massage therapy: Systematic,
therapeutic stroking, rubbing, or kneading of the skin and underlying
muscle and other soft tissue of the recipient for the purpose of
physical and psychological relaxation, improvement of circulation,
relief of sore muscles, and other therapeutic effects.
A bio-individual, personalized approach to balance body chemistry to
achieve optimal wellness. Nutritional Therapy includes specific dietary
guidelines, lifestyle recommendations and if needed, supplement plans.
Polarity Therapy: is a synthesis
of ancient Eastern and alternative medicine health care ideas, centered
on the concept of a human energy field. Using touch, verbal
interaction, exercise, nutrition and other methods, practitioners of
polarity therapy seek to balance and restore the natural flow of energy
through and around the body.
Psychotherapy:(counseling) is an
intentional interpersonal relationship aiming to increase the
individual's sense of their own well-being. Psychotherapists employ a
range of techniques based on experiential relationship building,
dialogue, communication and behavior change and that are designed to
improve the mental health of a client or patient, or to improve group
relationships (such as in a family).
Reiki therapy: An Eastern touch
therapy in which the practitioner systematically uses light hand
placement in one of 12 positions on the recipient's body to balance and
direct healing energy to those sites.
Visualization: A variety of
visual techniques used to treat disease based on inducing relaxation in
the patient who actually wills away his disease. Also known as guided