Deep Tissue Therapy
Trigger Point Therapy
Range of Motion
Tension Headache Release
Lymphatic Massage Treatment
Labor and Delivery massage as an aid for pain relief
(Labor & Delivery massage fees are determined on an individual basis)
Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Maya Abdominal Therapy tm
Maya Spiritual Healing
Space Clearing (native ritual for clearing home, office etc.)
Usui ReikiMaster / Karuna Reiki Master
Lomi Lomi Hawaiian Massage
Hot Stone Massage
Labor and delivery Massage
Focused massage primarily to the lower back, as an aid for pain relief. Requires a minimum of two previous sessions to acquaint the client and therapist.
A traditional massage of Hawaiian heritage; Lomi Lomi translates as “to break into small pieces”, and this may apply to many of us today as daily stress and tension, muscle fatigue, and athletic strain. Lomi Lomi is a continual flow of smoothly integrated massages, each representing a chapter in the history of our family and of our ancestors. Soothing and tranquil, each stroke humbly works tension from the muscles, while lulling the body and the mind to rest the soul.
Through light pressure and stretch, manual lymph drainage stimulates the contraction of lymph vessels, helping to move the lymph forward and drain the connective tissue, Lymphatic massage can be utilized in the treatment of many different conditions including: strengthening of the immune system, removing toxins and waste, illness recovery, primary and secondary lymph edema , venous insufficiency, non-infected inflammatory conditions (e.g. sprains and strains), ulceration, dermatological conditions, circulatory disturbances, sports injuries, pre and post plastic surgery.
The lymph vessel system carries excess water, proteins and wastes from the connective tissue back to the blood stream. During the transportation process the lymph is cleaned, filtered and concentrated. Many immune reactions occur in the lymph nodes. If the pathways become congested, blocked, damaged or severed, then fluids can build up in the connective tissue leading to edema. Eventually cell pathology may begin. If there is damage in the connective tissue (e.g. burns, chronic inflammation, ulceration, hecatomb), then the lymph vessel system must transport the damaged cells, inflammatory products and toxins away from the area. The quicker this can happen, the faster recovery will be.
A non-denominational intent of healing and emotional release.
"Modern medicine is beginning to understand the healing wisdom of ancient cultures. The link between many physical illnesses is connected with unresolved emotional stress and distress.
This work addresses the causes and treatment of chu'lel (life force) and four major spiritual illnesses of the Maya: susto (fright), pesar (grief), tristeza (sadness), and invidia (envy), and the uses of healing techniques such as prayer, herbal bathing, and incense."
Dr Rosita Arvigo