Therapists Shannon Burnett and Danielle Hughes each discovered the benefits of holistic health care while seeking treatment for issues in their own lives. Unresponsive to medications, Shannon's young son's behavioral issues left her exasperated until she discovered Bowen therapy. Impressed by the calming results this acupressure technique had on her son, she began getting treatments herself, and soon decided to share the therapy with others. Fellow practitioner Danielle Hughes, born with a congenital hip dysplasia, also sought relief from medications and physical therapy to no avail. Her discovery of Reiki made an enormous difference in her life, and like Shannon, she sought to share the benefits with the world. Together, the certified therapists perform a wide range of whole-body services at their Cambridge studio. Through alternative therapies such as axiatonal alignment, Indian head massage, and reiki, practitioners seek to rejigger energy pathways to keep systems flowing smoothly and chi from engaging in illegal spirit-road races, and remedies such as massage and craniosacral therapy take a hands-on approach to easing bodily tension. For spiritual health, Bach Flower Remedies work to balance emotional states and banish irrational fears with selections from 37 homeopathically prepared flower essences. Let It Heal Cambridge also periodically educates clients with workshops on topics such as meditation, aromatherapy, and spiritual development, helping each person retain balance at home without buying a human-size kickstand.
At I?ve Got the Touch, certified foot reflexologist and holistic healer Rhonda Schlueter harnesses healing energies during personalized treatments to get bodies smoothly running with balanced energies. In the comfortable confines of her studio, treatments commence in therapy rooms where hardwood floors, comfortable beds, and sage-green accents overhear the burble of ionic footbaths drawing out toxins and auras groaning after long days of piggyback riding. Rhonda places her hands at specific points on the body to rebalance the body?s energy pathways and encourage homeostasis, which can help improve upon a range of ailments such as pain, fatigue, and ADHD.
Inside Kinga Nemes' self-named spa, time-tested techniques and cutting-edge technology collide in the name of beauty. There, facials call upon RVB Holistic Beauty skincare products to revive the skin and brush away wrinkles and fine lines without petro chemicals or parabens. Pulsed-light treatments help scare away unwanted hair, age spots, vascular lesions, and acne. And classic pedicures help curb overgrown cuticles, soften calluses, and make feet the envy of everyone they kick.
Doctors united by the desire to blend progressive and traditional healing practices banded together to launch HealthMedica. The group's original endeavour met success, and today, the health-care centres pepper the Canadian landscape. Though it now has nearly 20 locations across five provinces, HealthMedica remains true to its roots—each clinic's medical team takes a modern approach to traditional healing.
Noninvasive services range from chiropractic care to laser weight loss and incorporate equipment such as class 4 lasers and computerized spinal-decompression tables. The company also stocks cosmetic and nutritional products and produces literature, including expository articles and haikus, on topics related to integrated health care.
After recovering from a serious spinal injury, Amber Korobkina switched career paths to pursue training in Bowen Therapy, which combines muscle rolls with timed pauses so that the nervous system can absorb each movement. Now a Bowen practitioner?as well as a certified iridologist with a degree in nutrition?Amber has amassed a staff of like-minded healers. Together, they alleviate pain with Bowen therapy, acupuncture sessions, massages, soft cheek pinches, and cold laser therapy.
Elizabeth Perez and the team at Integrated Holistic Wellness work to balance the body not through drugs, surgeries, or balsa-wood shims, but rather with mind and body therapies such as massage, reflexology, and yoga. Reiki sessions draw upon the positive energy of the universe, whereas meditation hones in on the potential of one's own thoughts and energies. The practitioners here also turn to forces such as sound, vibration, and color to promote self-healing and relaxation.