Monthly Archives: April 2014
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You can stimulate your lymphatic system by dry-brushing your skin starting from the hands and feet inward toward your heart. For a higher level of treatment visit a practitioner. Lymphatic Therapy is an effective tool for detoxification and building the immune system so that the body can produce new blood cells and filter toxins at a higher level.
Animals respond very well to natural therapies including homeopathy, flower essences, herbs, Reiki and other forms of energy healing. Horses, Dogs, Cats, and other animals have shown to respond very well to natural therapies of all types.
For a natural way to clean copper, bronze or pewter- make a paste of salt, flour and white vinegar, then rub onto the metal, let sit for 30 minutes and rinse. For brass use a paste of lemon juice and salt. For stainless steel, just wipe with white vinegar.
Reconnective Healing therapy uses new energy frequencies to heal the body, mind and spirit. At our core is a design of perfection. Reconnective Healing reactivates that design, allowing the frequencies from within us to flow out and reconnect us with nature and the universe.
Massaging your ears can bring healing relief from many ailments. Pain, stress and anxiety can be helped with a healing therapeutic ear massage. An ear massage is very detoxifying and stimulating to the system. The ear contains more than two hundred pressure points that influence different areas of the body and the psyche. Acupressure ear massages can also be enhanced with aromatherapy oils.
Learn a new healing technique, tip or tool. New books are available on aromatherapy, animal acupressure, energy healing, herbs, and more. Many practitioners who have had success with particular therapies have now written informative books to help you incorporate these therapies into your own life. We have powerful self-help books on over holistic 50 topics.
Catnip is not just for cats. Catnip herb is useful for humans as a digestive aid, relieving menstrual cramps, and as a mild sedative. It has antispasmodic properties which calm the muscles. When used for human consumption, Catnip is most often is prepared as a tea or tincture.
Tui Na is a Chinese massage therapy that involves stretching, stroking, pushing and grasping massage techniques. These are accompanied by acupressure and joint manipulation. Tui Na is used to help reduce muscle tension and draw “Qi” to the area to clear energy blockages.
An acupressure tip for firming the skin under the eyes is to push lightly on the ridge of the bone area in the center of the lower eye socket. Make sure not to push into the eye, rather push downward and outward. Hold pressure for seven seconds for maximum benefit.