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Hypnotherapy

Practitioners believe that hypnotherapy can help an individual access their belief system anchored in the subconscious, a storehouse of memories, habitual self-talk and negative messages. Then, guided by professional counsel, the person is able to create new behavior patterns that help them reach their fullest potential.

CranioSacral Therapy

Given the escalating costs of health insurance, CST can provide an excellent path of preventative maintenance, allowing people to take their health back into their own hands.

Beyond AA

A growing number of addicts and alcoholics are turning to complementary and alternative therapies to address the physiological underpinnings of addiction.

The Art of Aromatherapy

Plant oils have a long history of contributing to our psychological and physical well-being. Today, the popularity of aromatherapy in the United States, combined with the influx of modern synthetic oils, creates a need to redefine its terms and practices.

Reiki

More and more people are turning to Reiki thanks to wider adoption of this method of stress reduction and healing, including in such traditional medical settings as hospitals, medical clinics and hospice programs.

Rolfing Digs Deep To Restore Balance

Although less well known than massage, Rolfing’s ability to restore lasting balance in the body bases its rising popularity among those in search of relief from imbalances resulting from physical injury, illness and the inescapable pull of gravity.

The Healing Touch

Few things can compete with a good massage when it comes to total body relaxation. Massage doesn’t just feel good; it also provides relief to a number of different health concerns.
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