"I love every opportunity I have to go to Healing Elements. It truly is healing and restorative. I've had a lot of sports massage in my days, and this ranks among the best. Highly recommended!"
Owner Gretchen Lansing, LMT and Olympic Therapist, has collaborated with some of the area’s finest therapists to provide you with exceptional treatments. We play a vital and integral role in your success.
Some of our treatments include: Swedish, Deep tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Myobars, Acupuncture, Pregnancy, Reflexology, Certified Othopedic Sports Massage, Hot Stones, NMT, MediCupping, Chair massage, Reiki, Bellanina facials, Couples massage of you choice.
Any of a number of therapeutic or simply relaxing practices that involve the manipulation, massage, or regimented movement of body parts. ... Bodywork may be used as an adjunct to medical treatment, or it may be prescribed as a form of physical therapy for certain conditions.
The Five Element tradition is a unique comprehensive medical system that treats the whole person, including the mind and spirit. This genuinely holistic healthcare recognizes that we are more than a particular diagnosis. We can address acute injuries, chronic conditions, psycho-emotional issues as well as physical and emotional trauma, anxiety, PTSD and other medical conditions. Our body has an innate capacity and wisdom to return to health and balance.
Skin care is the range of practices that support skin integrity, enhance its appearance and relieve skin conditions. They can include nutrition, avoidance of excessive sun exposure and appropriate use of emollients. ... Skin care is a part of the treatment of wound healing, radiation therapy and some medications.
It's likely you know a health coach. And by definition, “Health coaching, also referred to as wellness coaching, is a process that facilitates healthy, sustainable behavior change by challenging a client to listen to their inner wisdom, identify their values, and transform their goals into action.”
Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils for curative and rejuvenating effects. Dating back to ancient Egypt, India, this simple therapy has been used for centuries to reduce stress and tension, refresh and invigorate the body, soothe emotions, and clear the mind.
To engage in mental exercise (such as concentration on one's breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching a heightened level of spiritual awareness.
What does massage do for you?
The antidote to stress is known as the “relaxation response”, which is triggered by the parasympathetic branch of the nervous system. This action sends messages to the body to relax and slow down, breathe, rest and heal.
Massage triggers the relaxation response which reverses the effect of stress. Muscle tension is released, circulation is increased and sensory receptors are activated. Areas of the body that have been cut off by accumulated stress can begin to feel once again. Massage teaches us to tune in to body signals and soothes us at the same time.
Benefits of massage:
• It stimulates blood and lymphatic systems encouraging the exchange of nutrients and the removal of wastes and bacteria from the body.
• It improves cell metabolism enhancing health throughout the body.
• It reduces muscle tension, relieves swelling, and helps prevent soreness especially after exercise.
• It can help to speed recovery for injured athletes or after surgery by stimulating circulation, relaxing muscle spasms, reducing inflammation and relieving pain.
• It enhances one’s sense of well being on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels.
• It feels fantastic!!!