Craniosacral Therapy
We offer a combination of Visionary Craniosacral Work™ and the Fluid Tide model. Visionary Craniosacral Work™ not only addresses the conditions affecting the central axis of the body, sacrum, spine, and head, it also works extensively with the central energy vessel, or chakra system. Here we find the deeper reasons for imbalance and help bring them to the light of consciousness to be resolved through touch, perception, and guided imagery. The Fluid Tide model explores the layers of the Breath of Life. We track potency, stillness, and movement patterns of the tissues, fluids, and the tides, tuning into and supporting the health of the system


Polarity Therapy
Polarity Therapy works with the natural flow of energy in the body and with the understanding that disease is based in imbalances of this flow. Besides the muscles, glands and nerves, the human body has a magnetic field that directs these systems and maintains energy balance. The practitioner accesses the magnetic current and its movement patterns to release energy blocks. This hands-on healing assists in stress release and restores the nervous system back to balance.


Therapeutic Massage
Massage improves circulation, releases muscle spasm, relieves tension, calms the mind, improves muscle tone, may have a sedative or stimulating effect on the nervous system, aids digestion and elimination, promotes emotional balance, helps the body heal itself, it's nurturing and fun!


Reiki
Reiki, originating from the words raku-kei, is the art and science to spiritual self improvement. Reiki originated in ancient Tibet thousands of years ago. The Reiki calligraphy, in Sanskrit, was used in meditation in Tibetan monasteries. Reiki symbols were painted upon large wall hangings in the monasteries and acted as the center focus in the practices toward enlightenment by Tibetan holy men.

A Tibetan Lama would sit on a four legged wooden stool in the center of an oval earthenware container (to represent the etheric egg) filled with three inches of water. The stool was made of wood with pure silver inlay going up a channel in each of the stool’s legs, connecting with a silver plate inlay upon the stool’s seat. On the silver plate, inlayed in amethyst and rubies, was the master frequency symbol. In front of the stool was a mirror of polished copper. Behind the stool hung a tapestry containing the Lama’s prayer and the Reiki symbols. The symbols were reflected in the copper wall, and meditated upon by the Lama as he sat on the stool. The Tibetan Lama concentrated on the Reiki symbols to implant them deep in his subconscious, thereby purifying the body/mind, raising consciousness, and increasing awareness.

What is now called Reiki was re-discovered in the 1870’s by Dr. Mikao Usui. As the story goes, Dr. Usui, the president of a small Christian University in Japan, was asked by his students “How did Christ heal?”. This question led Dr. Usui to resign from his University position and begin a ten year search for the answer. His quest led him to many parts of the world to study in many different languages, and finally to original Sanskrit Buddhist sutras where he found ancient symbols that he believed to be the formula for healing.

At this point, Dr. Usul felt he had the keys to healing, but did not know how to awaken his healing power. He decided to go to a mountain and meditate for 21 days, to seek the power to heal. On the final day, Dr. Usui saw a beam of light rushing toward him. The light struck him in the middle of his forehead, and at that moment he saw the Reiki symbols and felt them enter his mind and memory. Dr. Usul spent the rest of his life sharing Reiki. Before his death, Dr. Usui passed the keys of Reiki over to his closest associate, Dr. Chijiro Hayashi, who ran a Reiki clinic in the early 1900’s in Japan.

Reiki was brought to Hawaii in 1934 by Mrs. Hawayo Takata, who was born on the island of Hawaii in 1900 and lived in the Hawaiian islands until 1970. In her mid-thirties, Mrs. Takata became widowed and very ill, and traveled to Japan to seek treatment. While there she was guided to Dr. Hayashi’s clinic and healed with Reiki. She studied Reiki for a year in Japan and later was made a Reiki Master (one who can fine tune or empower others with Reiki energy). Mrs. Takata spent the rest of her life sharing Reiki, and in 1970 she moved to California and began to train other Masters.

Until recently, Reiki training followed an oral tradition. Very little was written about Reiki, and much of Mrs. Takata’s teachings have come from her diaries and taped interviews.