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The following are held in the Upper Level of Lotus Grove:

 

Grounding Touch

Client remains clothed and while lying on a futon cushion will receive soft, gentle touch throughout their energy lines.  Weaker points will intersect with longer touch and light pressure. This can be a profound experience especially after a yoga session. Practitioner may also incorporate Pranassage along with the Grounding Touch session. Pranassage  movements are  very gentle, passive yoga movements deigned to access and open the body. Some rhythmic movements are often included. No 2 sessions are ever the same.Both techniques originated in Costa Rica and are a joy to share here at Lotus Grove. (Sandy)

Raindrop Massage Technique 

Sandy offers a 60 minute  Raindrop Technique® which uses organic therapeutic grade Young Living Essential Oils .  Raindrop Technique® – so much more than just a massage! Imagine the sensation of sinking into a deep and blissful state of rest, as someone does the ancient Tibetan version of reflexology on your feet. As you slowly (even reluctantly) come back to your body and roll over, you experience the gentle splashes as therapeutic grade essential oils are applied up your spine and to your tired muscles. These oils are then “feathered in” using a spine-tingling technique inspired by the Native Americans, combined with massage. You can’t get more pampered than this!

This unique blend of aromatherapy, ancient Lakota Sioux energy techniques and reflexology is powerful for body detoxification, relaxation and freeing the body of old viruses stored in and around the spine. Raindrop also aligns the body energetically and frees up trapped energies in the major energy centers. The seven single oils and two blends, with anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties are applied along the spine and spinal reflexology points along the feet. Those who have experienced Raindrop Technique have experienced more energy, relief of back pain and stiffness, a boosted immune system, deep relaxation, mental clarity and overall increased sense of well-being. Add an additional soothing back, arms, neck rub for 30 minutes. (Sandy)

Chakra Clearing:

Utilizing chakra intended music, special chakra organic essential oils and affirmations, your guide will assist you in removing blockages in your main chakra centers. A pre-consult will assist in the deepest experience.(Sandy)

Meditation:

Give it more than  a chance, it will change your life. Guided Meditation can include Pancha Kosha, Imagery, Pranic, or any thing you are having struggles with such as  finding your own light, overcoming a particular fear, separating from addiction, etc.  A pre-consult will assist in the deepest experience. (Sandy)

Yoga (family or self):

The yoga sessions I provide do not require experience. Perhaps you are seeking sequencing for your own home practice or are not a fan of group classes. Sandy is certified in Principal Based Partner Yoga, a beautiful series of classes for couples/partners. From Restorative Yoga to a strong Level 3 Session, you decide. Sandy is also certified in Restorative Yoga. Let me come to your home and show you what you can use in your own home to restore yourself whenever you need it. Gentle Used Yoga Props can be purchased as well. (Sandy)

Yoga Teacher Training:

Private or semi private Yoga Teacher Training. Make and set your own hours. Online assignments will be allowed  in  this 200 Hour Program. National Yoga Alliance approved . 200 Hours must be completed within 18 months.  Email for consult or additional information. (Sandy)

 

Smoothing Salt Scrub:

A salt scrub can offer amazing benefits to dry or aging skin. Salt scrubs are generally more abrasive than sugar scrubs because of their sharper edges and, therefore, do a better job at smoothing the rough skin of the body. What really separates salt scrubs from sugar scrubs is that they offer therapeutic, mineralization benefits. Most salt scrubs use sea salts, which are natural purifiers that remove the toxins that block the pores of the skin. It helps the skin breathe easier, promotes better circulation, tightens the skin and improves skin texture. There are many sea salts used in scrubs including Himalayan, Mediterranean, Hawaiian and Dead Sea Salts from Israel. These various salts have different trace minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. The minerals help to promote circulation, reduce the inflammatory response, and act as a detoxifying agent and general muscle relaxant. balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, I will apply a rich, organic, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. (Sandy – Your home, My Home outdoors or at the Studio. Studio may have limited availability. Your home additional fee)

Salt scrubs are generally more abrasive because of their sharper edges and, therefore, do a better job at smoothing the rough skin of the body. What really separates salt scrubs from sugar scrubs is that they offer therapeutic, mineralization benefits. Most salt scrubs use sea salts, which are natural purifiers that remove the toxins that block the pores of the skin. It helps the skin breath easier, promotes better circulation, tightens the skin and improves skin texture. There are many sea salts used in scrubs including Himalayan, Mediterranean, Hawaiian and Dead Sea Salts from Israel. These various salts have different trace minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. The minerals help to promote circulation, reduce the inflammatory response, and act as a detoxifying agent and general muscle relaxant.

Coarse salt scrubs are good for removing dead skin like on your feet and elbows, and are the ideal treatment for skin detoxification. Since the salt granules work a little harder than the gentler sugar scrubs, salt scrubs are a good choice for where skin can get especially dry and calloused. However, balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, apply a rich, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. While salt scrubs are wonderful, they are abrasive, and they are not meant for daily use—once a week is all I would recommend unless you are putting that salt in your bath, where the detoxification properties would work really well internally too! Of course, salt scrubs should not be used on irritated or cut skin because of sea salt’s stinging properties.

– See more at: http://www.happi.com/contents/view_experts-opinion/2013-04-01/salt-or-sugar-best-for-scrubs/#sthash.g6Q1tmGL.dpuf

Salt scrubs are generally more abrasive because of their sharper edges and, therefore, do a better job at smoothing the rough skin of the body. What really separates salt scrubs from sugar scrubs is that they offer therapeutic, mineralization benefits. Most salt scrubs use sea salts, which are natural purifiers that remove the toxins that block the pores of the skin. It helps the skin breath easier, promotes better circulation, tightens the skin and improves skin texture. There are many sea salts used in scrubs including Himalayan, Mediterranean, Hawaiian and Dead Sea Salts from Israel. These various salts have different trace minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. The minerals help to promote circulation, reduce the inflammatory response, and act as a detoxifying agent and general muscle relaxant.

Coarse salt scrubs are good for removing dead skin like on your feet and elbows, and are the ideal treatment for skin detoxification. Since the salt granules work a little harder than the gentler sugar scrubs, salt scrubs are a good choice for where skin can get especially dry and calloused. However, balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, apply a rich, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. While salt scrubs are wonderful, they are abrasive, and they are not meant for daily use—once a week is all I would recommend unless you are putting that salt in your bath, where the detoxification properties would work really well internally too! Of course, salt scrubs should not be used on irritated or cut skin because of sea salt’s stinging properties.

– See more at: http://www.happi.com/contents/view_experts-opinion/2013-04-01/salt-or-sugar-best-for-scrubs/#sthash.g6Q1tmGL.dpuf

Salt scrubs are generally more abrasive because of their sharper edges and, therefore, do a better job at smoothing the rough skin of the body. What really separates salt scrubs from sugar scrubs is that they offer therapeutic, mineralization benefits. Most salt scrubs use sea salts, which are natural purifiers that remove the toxins that block the pores of the skin. It helps the skin breath easier, promotes better circulation, tightens the skin and improves skin texture. There are many sea salts used in scrubs including Himalayan, Mediterranean, Hawaiian and Dead Sea Salts from Israel. These various salts have different trace minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. The minerals help to promote circulation, reduce the inflammatory response, and act as a detoxifying agent and general muscle relaxant.

Coarse salt scrubs are good for removing dead skin like on your feet and elbows, and are the ideal treatment for skin detoxification. Since the salt granules work a little harder than the gentler sugar scrubs, salt scrubs are a good choice for where skin can get especially dry and calloused. However, balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, apply a rich, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. While salt scrubs are wonderful, they are abrasive, and they are not meant for daily use—once a week is all I would recommend unless you are putting that salt in your bath, where the detoxification properties would work really well internally too! Of course, salt scrubs should not be used on irritated or cut skin because of sea salt’s stinging properties.

– See more at: http://www.happi.com/contents/view_experts-opinion/2013-04-01/salt-or-sugar-best-for-scrubs/#sthash.g6Q1tmGL.dpuf

Salt scrubs are generally more abrasive because of their sharper edges and, therefore, do a better job at smoothing the rough skin of the body. What really separates salt scrubs from sugar scrubs is that they offer therapeutic, mineralization benefits. Most salt scrubs use sea salts, which are natural purifiers that remove the toxins that block the pores of the skin. It helps the skin breath easier, promotes better circulation, tightens the skin and improves skin texture. There are many sea salts used in scrubs including Himalayan, Mediterranean, Hawaiian and Dead Sea Salts from Israel. These various salts have different trace minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. The minerals help to promote circulation, reduce the inflammatory response, and act as a detoxifying agent and general muscle relaxant.

Coarse salt scrubs are good for removing dead skin like on your feet and elbows, and are the ideal treatment for skin detoxification. Since the salt granules work a little harder than the gentler sugar scrubs, salt scrubs are a good choice for where skin can get especially dry and calloused. However, balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, apply a rich, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. While salt scrubs are wonderful, they are abrasive, and they are not meant for daily use—once a week is all I would recommend unless you are putting that salt in your bath, where the detoxification properties would work really well internally too! Of course, salt scrubs should not be used on irritated or cut skin because of sea salt’s stinging properties.

– See more at: http://www.happi.com/contents/view_experts-opinion/2013-04-01/salt-or-sugar-best-for-scrubs/#sthash.g6Q1tmGL.dpuf

Salt scrubs are generally more abrasive because of their sharper edges and, therefore, do a better job at smoothing the rough skin of the body. What really separates salt scrubs from sugar scrubs is that they offer therapeutic, mineralization benefits. Most salt scrubs use sea salts, which are natural purifiers that remove the toxins that block the pores of the skin. It helps the skin breath easier, promotes better circulation, tightens the skin and improves skin texture. There are many sea salts used in scrubs including Himalayan, Mediterranean, Hawaiian and Dead Sea Salts from Israel. These various salts have different trace minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. The minerals help to promote circulation, reduce the inflammatory response, and act as a detoxifying agent and general muscle relaxant.

Coarse salt scrubs are good for removing dead skin like on your feet and elbows, and are the ideal treatment for skin detoxification. Since the salt granules work a little harder than the gentler sugar scrubs, salt scrubs are a good choice for where skin can get especially dry and calloused. However, balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, apply a rich, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. While salt scrubs are wonderful, they are abrasive, and they are not meant for daily use—once a week is all I would recommend unless you are putting that salt in your bath, where the detoxification properties would work really well internally too! Of course, salt scrubs should not be used on irritated or cut skin because of sea salt’s stinging properties.

– See more at: http://www.happi.com/contents/view_experts-opinion/2013-04-01/salt-or-sugar-best-for-scrubs/#sthash.g6Q1tmGL.dpuf

Smoothing Sugar Scrub:

Sugar scrubs are gentler than salt scrubs because the granule is round and therefore doesn’t have any ability to “cut” the skin. It’s a far better choice for sensitive skin types and the only choice for the face. Sugar granules dissolve more easily in hot water, and they are less abrasive than salt scrubs. Sugar scrubs don’t have the mineral benefits of salt scrubs. Because of the smaller, finer granules, sugar scrubs make a gentle exfoliant that is suitable for next to all skin types and conditions. Sugar has the benefit of melting as it is used and less abrasive. (Sandy – Your home, My Home outdoors or at the Studio. Studio may have limited availability. Your home additional fee)

The following are held in the Lower Level of Lotus Grove:

Acupuncture:

imbalances and blockages cause illness and pain. In cases of injuries, it is easy to observe injured or black and blue areas, as well as local tenderness or pain. However in many cases these blockages are not so obvious, creating imbalances and or pain in the body occurring on both a physical or emotional level. The needles stimulate the acu-points to generate a response from the body, activating the Qi and blood circulation, balancing the subtle energy fields, as well as releasing one’s endorphins, which are our own natural pain relievers for our body. Add a 30 minute Tui Na-Acupressure massage to your visit! (Nancy)

TuiNa Massage

is a Chinese style massage therapy. The therapist applies Qi energy  during a TuiNa session to help improve the energy flow along the fourteen meridian channels. The enhanced energy level promotes better healing mechanism, and therefore the body heals naturally. (Nancy)

Massage and Couple Massage:

Massage has been found to improve circulation, joint range-of-motion and flexibility. It can reduce many common ailments such as stress, muscle tightness, aches and pains – even anxiety and depression. In addition to everyday chronic and acute aches and pains, popular ailments benefited by massage are: TMJ, Migraines,  Depression/Stress and other emotional needs,  PMS,  Whiplash (Erica and Leslie)

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