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Integrating Body Therapies

Supporting the natural healing relationships of body, mind and spirit.

Our bodies are comprised of eleven interconnected biological systems, each impacting the health of the other—No one system stands alone unaffected by another. Adeptly combining therapies to acknowledge these connections assists in engaging the body’s intrinsic healing relationships.


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Skiing, gardening, bumps and falls. Backaches from injury or overuse can be painful and prevent you from enjoying life to its fullest.

  • Lymph Drainage assists in the reduction of swelling leading to reduced pain and increased rate of healing
  • CranioSacral Therapy can provide fascial component release relaxing the muscle restrictions around the spine to reduce pain and muscle tension
  • Energywork addresses the body and individual physically, emotionally and spiritually
  • Massage further promotes relaxation

Dental Discomfort

Dental chairs do not seem well designed for patient comfort and can leave our neck, jaw, mouth and face in need of relief in addition to the local trauma caused by dental procedures.

  • Lymph Drainage assists in reducing local swelling leading to overall reduced pain and increased rate of healing
  • CranioSacral Therapy can assist in realigning the jaw and bones of the face and skull while providing fascial component release reducing muscle tension
  • Energywork addresses the body and individual physically, emotionally and spiritually

Do all sessions need to be combined sessions?

Most of our modalities are available as full sessions providing their own unique approaches and benefits.

Whether your decision is a combined or full session of a single therapy the body’s own healing mechanisms will interact to promote natural healing relationships.

Whatever Your Choice

Each modality can assist in providing many benefits including:

  • Complementing traditional health care procedures
  • Strengthening & revitalizing the body’s natural defenses
  • Releasing & reducing accumulated stress