Massage: We have a great need for “touch therapy.” In spite of advertising pleas to “reach out and touch someone” we have very little physical contact with our friends, family members and coworkers. Yet touch is like food---a basic nutrient for survival---so basic that babies deprived of it die. Therefore, one of the greatest benefits of massage is the human caring that is conveyed by the therapist. Beyond that, massage provides: deep relaxation and stress reduction, relief of muscle tension and stiffness, greater joint flexibility and range of motion, better circulation of blood and lymph, relief of tension-related headaches and relief of many other physical ailments.
Reflexology: A scientific technique of applying pressure to the 7,200 never endings or reflexes of each foot, which has a definite effect on the normal functioning of all parts of the body. This reflect work sends stimuli to various organs, glands, and nerves in the body. Reflexology promotes balance and normalization, reduces tension, revitalizes, reactivates, regenerates, and brings the whole system into harmony and a state of good health.
Chiropractic: many illnesses are the result of improper nerve supply; chiropractic can alleviate pain and restore essential nerve supply in many conditions. This assists the body to heal itself and maintain healthy function.
Naturopathy: we have a working relationship with a naturopathic physician (Dr. Andy Hefner) who specializes in homeopathy among other modalities.