Spiritual Healing, Channeling, Energy Work
All of the indigenous cultures that I have studied recognize that healing begins with spirit. If our spiritual aspect is out of balance, it will manifest as illness or dysfunction in our lives. Healing our bodies alone will not solve the problem, it ultimately must be corrected on a spiritual level.. This is why indigenous healers and shamans will often address their patients condition on a spiritual level first, before attempting to correct the physical complaint. more...

Applied Kinesiology
Applied Kinesiology is a diagnostic system based on muscle testing that can provide valuable information about musculoskeletal conditions, internal organ stress, nutritional status, and the acupuncture meridian system. more...

Holisitic Chiropractic
Chiropractic is the art and science of healing the body through manipulation of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine. Chiropractic philosophy maintains that misalignment or restrictions in the spine, termed "subluxations", can cause pain, neurological dysfunction, loss of motion, organ dysfunction, and disrupt the balanced flow of the body's innate healing energy and intelligence. Chiropractic manipulation restores movement and alignment to the spine, relieves pain, muscle spasm and pressure on nerves, and restores the balanced flow of innate energy to promote healing. more...

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the oldest recorded forms of medicine dating back thousands of years. TCM has four main branches; Acupuncture, Tuina massage, Moxibustion, and Herbal medicine. It is a sophisticated, complex and highly systematized form of energy medicine that has been developed, refined and handed down for hundreds of generations. Before the advent of Western medicine in the late 1800's, Traditional Oriental Medicine was the sole source of medicine in Asia, effectively serving a population of millions. more...

Myofascial Release and Cranial Work
Fascia is a fascinating, but enigmatic tissue that was long thought to be passive. Fascia invests all the tissues in the body; it covers bones and makes ligaments, covers muscles and makes tendons, covers organs and vasculature, and most importantly, covers the brain, spinal cord and nerves. The entire fascial system is a cohesive, inter-related, web-like matrix and serves as the ground substance for the body's bio electrical system. more...

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