Modalities

Health Care is a Human Right provides:

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a 3,500 year old healing art from China. It is a virtually painless procedure that uses ultra-fine, sterile, disposable, stainless steel needles to unblock areas where Qi (energy) has become blocked. It boosts the body’s Qi and bodily fluids when they have become depleted, and re-establishes their smooth and healthy flow. The needles stimulate specific acupuncture points located just below the skin’s surface on energy channels that flow through the body. Many people feel extremely relaxed and refreshed after an acupuncture treatment.

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the art and science of the use of essential oils extracted from aromatic plants for healing purposes. An essential oil is a volatile aromatic liquid that is distilled from the stems, leaves, flowers, roots, bark or seeds of the plant. This “life force” of the plant contains hormones, vitamins, antibiotics and antiseptics. Essential oils are highly condensed. For example, one drop of peppermint essential oil is equal in value to 28 cups of peppermint tea. Essential oils are used to treat physical, mental, emotional and spiritual imbalance. Essential oils can be inhaled for releasing stress or applied topically to alleviate complaints, often with massage. References to the use of essential oils date back to the pre-Egyptian days.

Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a healthcare discipline that emphasizes the instinctive power of the body to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery. Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the functions of the nervous system and general health are primary goals. There is an emphasis on manual treatments including spinal adjustment and other joint and soft-tissue manipulation.

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy gently works with the spine, the skull, and its cranial sutures, diaphragms, and fascia to ease restrictions of nerve passages and to harmonize and balance the movement of cerebrospinal fluid through the spinal cord. It can also help to realign misaligned musculoskeletal structures. Craniosacral therapy is said to ease mental stress, neck and back pain, and is helpful in alleviating the symptoms of headaches, TMJ, fibromyalgia, and many other conditions.

Energy Psychology

Energy psychology refers to a number of related energy therapies that are based on the Chinese Meridian System of medicine. Energy psychology quickly and thoroughly relieves emotional health problems by eliminating emotional traumas or blockages from the mind/body continuum by touching or tapping key points on the body.

Feldenkrais

Feldenkrais is a system of body awareness through movement. It helps to restore normal alignment and facilitate optimal movement.  Feldenkrais helps  improve posture, flexibility, coordination, self-image, and relieves muscular tension and pain.

Flower Essences

Flower essence therapy refers to a system of medicine originally developed by the English physician Edward Bach. Flower essence practice is based on the theory that specific flowers have healing properties for emotional imbalances such as fear, loneliness, despondency or despair, uncertainty, over-sensitivity, “over-care for others”, etc. Flower essence remedies are created by harvesting flowers in the early morning while in full bloom. They are then soaked and distilled into liquid form for oral administration. Remedies can be taken sub-lingually (underneath the tongue) or placed in water and sipped throughout the day.

Homeopathy

Homeopathy, or homeopathic medicine, is a medical philosophy and practice based on the idea that the body has the ability to heal itself. Homeopathy was founded in the late 1700s in Germany and has been widely practiced throughout Europe. Homeopathic medicine views symptoms of illness as normal responses of the body as it attempts to regain health.
Homeopathy is based on the idea that “like cures like.” That is, if a substance causes a symptom in a healthy person, giving the person a very small amount of the same substance may cure the illness. A homeopathic health practitioner (homeopath) uses pills or liquid mixtures (solutions) containing the energetic imprint of the active ingredient (usually a plant or mineral) for treatment of disease.

Massage

Massage is a method of manipulating the soft tissues of the body to have specific effect. Its objective is the restoration of function, and the release of tension. The holistic application of physical touch massage affects the all of the systems of the body – muscular, skeletal, digestive, elimination, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, endocrine, emotional, mental, and nervous systems.

Matrix Energetics

What is Matrix Energetics?

Matrix Energetics is a brilliant new pathway to transformation. Developed by Dr. Richard Bartlett, and rooted in the laws of Quantum Physics, Matrix Energetics is not a healing technique per se; rather, it is a “Consciousness Technology” that helps us bypass our habitual limited perceptions and access what physicists call the Zero Point Field—the field of pure potential, the realm of all possibility.

How Does Matrix Energetics Work?

On the subatomic level everything in the Universe, including us humans, is composed of light and information. Your reality may appear fixed, but it is actually fluid, in a constant state of becoming. Matrix Energetics quickly drops us into that fluid state, connecting us to the grid of infinite potential energy. Then, by adding the creative power of intention, we can dismantle the energetic state that supports the problem or illness, and establish a new state that promotes a healthy change.

Matrix Energetics can be applied to anything: physical illness, injuries, past traumas, emotional and psychological patterns, relationship issues, business concerns and much more. Whatever you wish to transform, Matrix Energetics can help you do it with speed and ease.

Nutritional Counseling

Nutritional counseling covers a wide range of assessments and philosophies regarding the quality and effects of nutrition in a diet. Nutritionists offer education in eating habits, nutrients, allergies, and weight management. They work with individuals to develop dietary patterns that suit their lifestyle as well as their needs. Supplements are often recommended.

Reflexology

Reflexology is a natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflex points on the feet and hands which correspond to every part of the body. Through application of pressure on particular areas of the hands or feet, reflexology serves to relax tension, improve circulation and promote the natural function of the related area in the body.

Reiki

Reiki is a form of light touch healing that helps to move energy blocks and to nourish the whole being. It is useful for stress reduction, releasing energy stagnation, enhancing immune function, physical healing and mental clarity. Reiki is simple and gentle, and can compliment and enhance other healing modalities.

Shiatsu Massage

Shiatsu is a is a bodywork technique using applied pressure on specific areas of the body to restore energy flow and relieve pain. Shiatsu means “finger pressure” and originated in Japan. It is closely related to acupressure in terms of its overall philosophy and focus on stimulating and re-balancing the efficient flow of qi energy (“ki” in Japanese) throughout the body. Its techniques differ from acupressure, however, and in addition to applying pressure with their fingers, thumbs, and hands, Shiatsu practitioners may also use their elbows, knees, and feet. Stretching and movement exercises may also be incorporated into the session as well.