About Raindrop Therapy Massage

Posted at August 17, 2010 | By : admin | Categories : Raindrop Technique Therapy | 6 Comments

Raindrop technique is a relaxing and invigorating massage combining aromatherapy with a mixture of swedish massage, an ancient Tibetan technique called Vitaflex, and a Native American technique called Feather stroke.

During a Raindrop Massage, a sequence of therapeutic grade essential oils are dropped like raindrops onto the back and on the spinal reflex points of the foot, and gently massaged in.
These essential oils not only promote alignment of the spine, they also align and balance the flow of energy throughout the body. Raindrop Massage essential oils increase and align energy flow by opening or releasing blockages that are preventing free circulation.

The essential oils used in Raindrop have powerful anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties. They promote back and spine health by aiding in detoxification. These oils help to flush out toxins and kill dormant viruses and bacteria that cause inflammation, pain, and disfigurement of the spine.

The massage incorporates a light feathering motion which awakens the nervous system and brings energy to the spine. Nerve receptors are stimulated and open up to receive the oils and transport them through your entire system, making this technique a great therapy and detoxifier for the whole body!

Vita Flex, is a technique brought over from Tibet that is used on the spinal reflex points of the feet. This technique, when combined with the essential oils, benefits the back by stimulating circulation and promoting lymphatic drainage. These oils also enable the detoxification process to continue for up to seven days following each Raindrop Massage session.

Raindrop Massage is performed in a serene and dimly lit room with a delicate blend of music and the soothing sound of raindrops playing faintly in the background…

Come and enjoy a Raindrop Massage and restore health and vitality to your whole being!

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