When the body is placed under stress (physical, biochemical or mental/emotional), the auric bodies and chakras can become blocked or depleted in energy.
If not cleared, these dysfunctions in the energetic system eventually manifest in physical illness.
Our Therapists have varying styles of working with qi (universal life force) and healing energy.
Most major cultural traditions identify a “vital energy” that guides someone’s physical and mental processes.
In Indian culture (Ayurvedic), it’s called prana. In Greek culture, it’s called pneuma. In Chinese culture, it’s called qi.
Chinese philosophy calls this vital energy qi and describes it as the body’s innate intelligence — the intangible yet measurable way we maintain what’s known as homeostasis, or the body’s ability to regulate its internal environment to create good health. Qi is an integral component of TCM.
Everything is based on qi and blockages of qi, deficiencies of qi, [and] too much qi are what cause illness. What our therapists do with acupuncture, ayurvedic medicine, reiki, chinese herbs, and all of Chinese medicine is try to line up qi.
Our therapists understand this qi and can restore or remove blockages within the body.
An assessment is done of the body/aura/meridians/chakras to determine where imbalances or blocks are occurring in the energy field.
The therapist will then use appropriate procedures to clear and rebalance the subtle energy channels using intuitive healing skills and therapeutic modalities. This divine treatment will not only bring relaxation and pain relief, but also allows for deep healing on a mental, emotional and spiritual level.
You may also experience a sense of flow of energies with feeling of warmth, cooling, tingling or relaxation.