Treatments offered (overview):
Yin Yoga & Meditation
The Purpose of Angelic Reiki:
The primary purpose of Angelic Reiki is to re-awaken us to the knowing of our Divine Self through the intimate presence of Perfect Love. To bring the experience of truly working with Angels and feeling their intimate presence and power.
This is not just a special experience for a gifted few, but an absolute possibility for everyone.
What is a Healing?
First and foremost a healing is an invitation to remember. A healing is not just a step on the road to improvement, it is a glimpse of our destination of love and freedom.
This is unconditional love (love without conditions) and there is no judgement.
Our practitioners do not perceive a client is not someone with a problem the Angels are going to fix, but rather as the presence of the Divine who has forgotten.
Kinesiology means ‘the study of movement’. The term is also used by complementary medicine practitioners to describe a form of therapy that uses muscle monitoring (biofeedback) to look at what may be causing ‘imbalances’ in the body and attempts to relieve these imbalances.
The kinesiology approach examines ‘unresolved stress reactions’ in a person and provides techniques intended to help the body’s natural healing process.
How kinesiology was developed..
Kinesiology stems from chiropractics and applied kinesiology. It is also based on the ancient Chinese acupuncture theory of chi energy. Unlike applied kinesiology, where muscles are tested for strength, the more recently developed forms of kinesiology use muscle monitoring as a form of biofeedback to the subject.
Kinesiology uses muscle monitoring techniques to access information about a person’s wellbeing and to promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health.
• Kinesiology is a form of therapy that uses muscle monitoring (biofeedback) to look at imbalances that may be causing disease in the body.
• Kinesiology aims to detect and correct imbalances that may relate to stress, nutrition or minor injuries.
Techniques used in kinesiology
Some of the techniques available include:
• lymphatic massage
• hypertonic muscle release
• attention to reflex, trigger and body points
• remedies, such as flower essences
• sound therapy
• affirmations & talk therapy
• EFT techniques (emotional freedom techniques/tapping)
Musculoskeletal Kinesiology can help with…
~ Sore, Problematic Muscles
~ Injuries, Imbalances and Compensations
~ Joint Pain/Issues
~ Shoulder Issues
~ Wrist/Hand Issues and Carpal Tunnel
~ Hip and ITB Issues
~ Back Pain/Lower back
~ Sciatica and Postural Deviances
~ Feet and Balance
~ TMJ (Jaw) and Cranial (Skull) issues
~ Ear and Tongue
~ Facial Muscles (A Natural Facelift)
~ Neck, Whiplash
~ General Physical Pain
Jess guides beautiful yin yoga sessions in both normal and silent yoga style classes (where noise cancelling headphones are used) on Friday and Saturday's followed by mediation.
In Yin yoga, one of many types of yoga, sequences are a series of slow, long holds and mat-based postures that stretch out the connective tissues and fascia in the body.
By finishing each session with a guided meditation Jess believes this allows clients the best of both worlds by calming, stretching and grounding both the body and mind.