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Christopher Method - Sound Wave Energy Therapy

Is a non-touch therapy that works on the multiple energy fields of the body to reinforce and release energy, thereby contributing to balance and well-being on the psychological and physiological levels. It progressively realigns all levels of energy, which run through the body.

Colon Hydrotherapy

Involves the cleansing of the large intestine with warm purified water. A single colonic therapy is said to be equivalent to various enemas in eliminating toxic debris from the colon.

Color Therapy

A healing method employing the spiritual application of color vibrations to the body, frequently as white light projected through films of a variety of colors. Many color therapist also utilize crystals and gemstones and their vibrations.


A system of holistic acu-light therapy created by Peter Mandel in which diverse frequencies of visible light are applied into the meridians where needles are usually placed during acupuncture. By employing differing colors, energy can be manipulated, either to stimulate or sedate.

Connective Tissue Massage

Created by Elizabeth Dicke, CTM is a deep intensive massage aimed at relaxing stressed muscles. Manipulation of the reflexology zones harmonizes the functions of the inner organs. Very suitable for people who are highly active and take regular exercise as a relaxing massage.

Craniosacral Therapy

Gentle manipulation of the brain, spinal cord, bones of the skull, sacrum and interconnected membranes, to correct misalignments and distortions in the structure and function of the craniosacral mechanism that surrounds the central nervous system.


Involves the application of ice to treat many kinds of injuries, including those associated with back or neck pain. Ice causes the veins in the affected tissue area to constrict. This decreases the circulation of blood while acting as form of anesthetic to numb the aches.

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