Bioenergy healing is based on a combination of modern and ancient life force energy practices that bring balance to the body and brain. It’s a unique method of wellness care that locates and releases deep chronic physical or emotional stress in the body that most other doctors miss. Bioenergy practitioners are stress reduction experts, and recognize that the root cause to lack of harmony (homeostasis) in the body is deep chronic stress held within the connective tissues, creating torsion and tension that misalign the fibers and block the flow of vital life force energy (chi) along energy meridians to the brain and body. This can interfere with your body's ability to repair or heal itself, decrease the function of your immune system, cause chemical imbalances, impair athletic performance, cause spinal misalignments and postural imbalances, impede recovery from injury, disrupt normal sleep, lower energy levels, and lead to pain and disease.
Through utilizing a binary neurological biofeedback method called the Occipital Drop, exact locations of deep chronic stress are identified, and the release or correction is accomplished by gentle directional acupressure and specific connective tissue stretching. This restores the flow of vital life force energy, balance, control, calmness, and healing to the brain and body. A therapeutic chair massage addressing key areas of myofascial stress typically follows a session of bioenergy healing care. Clients are fully clothed for all care.
My goal is to help you achieve complete health and wellness, and how long it takes is different for each person. Some heal right away, and for others, it may take months or even years. And throughout your healing and wellness journey, coaching will be given on many aspects of your wellness needs, such as nutritional supplementation, exercise, diet, essential oils, etc. All advice given will be obtained through my biofeedback assessment protocol. In other words, I obtain your specific wellness needs from the innate wisdom of your body. The wellness care given is not intended to be a medical diagnosis or treatment of your symptoms or disease.