Acupuncture- after chatting for a while to get to know each other and formulating our goals, you relax on the treatment table. Enjoy a hot, moist towel on your feet, take a few deep breaths. I take a look at your tongue and feel the pulses at your wrists for information about what is going on. Points are selected, sanitized with rubbing alcohol, and needles are inserted and retained for 15-35 minutes.
Acupuncture/Massage Combination- after chatting to discern goals/intentions, you experience the acupuncture treatment as described above. Once needles are removed, we move into the massage portion. Depending on how much time we have, we may focus on a few key areas, or you can melt away into the deep relaxation of a full body massage.
Massage Therapy- I have been trained in many modalities of bodywork including but not limited to acupressure, Swedish, deep tissue, sports, reflexology, craniosacral therapy, reiki, prenatal, hot stone, & tui na. What comes through is unique to each session. Some parts of the massage may be invigorating and rapid while others may be deep, slow, and flowing. The most important part is for you to breathe, let go, and communicate with me freely.
Ohana Acupuncture- group sessions for 2-7 people. The whole group arrives at the designated appointment time, and each member finds a comfortable table or antigravity recliner to lay down on (these will have disposable table paper on them for sanitary reasons). I will begin with the first person, quietly discussing session goals, administer the acupuncture, and allow them to rest while I wash my hands and move on to the next person. Needles stay in from 20-35 minutes, and when they are removed, the guest relaxes until I let the group know that we are all finished. If a group desires to join in a circle and set a specific intention prior to treatment, please let me know so I can accommodate. It is my pleasure and honor to work with you and your loved ones in this special way together.
QHHT (Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique): Click here for more info; if you think QHHT is for you, please send me an email and we can discuss scheduling.