Explore the freedom of flexibility and motion with a Thai Yoga Massage. Thai Massages stretch your body into movements of yoga assisted positions to relax stiff, sore muscles while bringing healing to the body. Since this is a different style of a massage, you will be asked to wear loose fitting or workout clothing for the duration of the Thai Massage. Your therapist will help transition your body with gentle pressure into stretching technique positions to loosen up limbs and relax the body. Thai Massage helps boost energy, lowers stress, stimulates circulation, relieves headaches, and improves range of motion. Leave your session relaxed and refreshed with naturally flowing energy.
Acupuncture and Yoga complement one another, each taking the entire body into consideration in a holistic approach. In Yoga, energy flow throughout the body is known as prana, and referred by acupuncturists as qi (chi). Each practice works to unblock stagnated pathways to create free flowing energy, bringing healing throughout the body. Yoga helps strengthen and stabilize the prana/qi, while Acupuncture looks at the underlying cause of the issues blocking the qi, increasing your healing progress and overall health goals. Incorporating one with the other accelerates the healing process and helps remove further blockages from stagnated qi to bring your body back into balance. Acupuncture increases the speed of recovery, boosts energy, and helps the muscles recover quicker after your yoga session, taking your yoga practice to a deeper level of well being with more focus and clarity.
Yoga is a natural way of maintaining health and balance in our bodies. Yoga helps to release toxins and cleanses the body in order to provide it with good gut health. When we have a healthy diet and a good yoga regimen, we try to provide our bodies with everything that it needs to flourish. However, depending on your diet and circumstances, it can be hard for your body to get rid of all the waste and toxins from yoga and diet alone. When your body cannot eliminate this waste properly, it can create issues such as bloating, constipation, decreased metabolism and much more. Making it hard to reap all the benefits of yoga if there is too much waste backed up. Colon Hydrotherapy is a natural way to eliminate intestinal toxic waste, allowing room for good gut bacteria to grow. If you are looking for ways to enhance your yoga experience, try pairing it with Colon Hydrotherapy. You will feel lighter and able to practice with more ease.
Using essential oils is a wonderful way of enhancing your yoga practice. They not only promote well being, but can help uplift, energize, invigorate, calm, and center your mood, while keeping you spiritually and mentally grounded. Some of the recommended essential oils to use with yoga are: Lavender, Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Cypress, Bergamot, Patchouli, Peppermint, Roman Chamomile, Clary Sage and Frankincense. Each week in September we will spotlight one yoga enhancing oil as our product of the week.