A meditative path found in many ancient civilizations. Labyrinths can often be confused with a maze, but unlike mazes, labyrinths have no dead ends or intersecting paths.
When one walks a labyrinth they will always be lead inward to the center and then outward, back to the place where they began.
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A skin resurfacing procedure that uses a laser to improve the appearance of skin or treat minor facial flaws.
A medical procedure that uses a laser to remove unwanted hair.
The placing of the hands of the healer upon the person to be cured. Among the most direct approaches to healing. A "body therapy" for removing energy blockages, balancing, and improving one's healing journey through life.
A type of holistic healing that uses the visible spectrum of light and color to affect a person's mood and physical or mental health.
Floating in body temperature saltwater alone or balanced by a physical therapist.
Light and music under and above the water for relaxation and vitalization.
A rhythmical, rocking form of healing massage derived from the ancient Polynesians and master healers of Hawaii.
Full body massage with loofah sponge and a mixture of sea salt, warm almond or avocado oil for exfoliation of skin and renewed circulation.
Includes a deep but soft massage of skin and subcutaneous tissues of specific body sites located around lymph nodes.