Ayni Healing Oasis, LLC
Shiang uses during her massage sessions are:
Lymphatiac drainage - is a technique using light and rhythmic gentle strokes to work with the body lymph flow by directing the flow to the lymph nodes and then eventually back to the heart. It is beneficial for deep relaxation, pain relief and edema reduction in muscles, joints and internal organs.
Currently, Shiang is not working with acute cancer patients through this modality.
Biodynamic cranio sacral therapy - it is to embrace the concept of wholeness and create love and nurturing environment during the session through mindful breathing in order to slow down the client’s central nervous system and restore the energy flow back to harmony with brain and heart connection. Additionally, when necessary, dialogue with the client during the session to assist the individual to locate new resources in order to reestablish safe environment and empower the individual to move forward with stillness and less fear.
Swedish massage - light and gentle circular hand strokes on superficial layers of the muscle to promote physical relaxation.
Myofascial release - John Barnes' approach of utilizing the gentle application of sustained pressure into the fascial restrictions to release physical and emotional baggage trapped in the fascia system for effective and long lasting pain relief in most of the chronic conditions. This includes back, shoulder, and neck pain, headaches, TMJ and more.
Emotional release - Integrating biodynamic cranio sacral therapy, lymphatic drainage therapy, rei ki, shamanic work and myofascial release to release emotions safely under the client’s control..
Reflexology - The combination of traditional and Tibetan foot massage into a wonderful session with the use of Young Living essential oils.
Aromatherapy - The use of essential oils to balance our emotional brain and relax the mind. Some oils are benefitical to the physical pain relief, anti-aging, hair and skin, as well as the emotional body . Shiang is only utilizing Young Living Essential Oils to work with her clients, featuring in Rain Drops Technique. It is one of the highest therapetuic grade oil available to enhance her work.
Rain Drop Technique - The application of utilizing a set of Young Living Essential Oils on both sides of the spine to promote the immune system, spine alignment, and spiritual connection.
Shamanic work - A type of energy medicine working with the energetic body through energy interventions, ritual, and ceremonies to bring a client back to harmony.
Sound healing tools - Utilize various sound healing tools such as toning, singing bowls, tuning forks, ting sha and sound pod along with specific frequencies, sound waves and pre set programs to release muscle tension as well as facilitate mind-body-spirit connection.
Acupressure is an ancient Chinese healing method that involves applying pressure to certain meridian points on the body to relieve pain. The human body has fourteen "meridians" that carry energy throughout the body. These meridians start at the fingertips, connect to the brain, and then connect to the organ associated with the specific meridian. Acupressure deals with all the aspects of a person as a whole: body, emotions, mind, and spirit as one, not as separate parts. It relaxes muscular tension and balances the vital life forces of the body. Acupressure can help with the following:
1. Relieve stress and tension
2. Relax mind and body
3. Increase blood circulation
4. Aid in the removal of toxic wastes
5. Provide relief from head, neck and shoulder aches
6. Promote the healing of injuries
7. Increase energy levels
8. Increase overall feeling of well-being
9. Decreasing labor pains
The client lies fully clothed on a soft massage table while the practitioner presses gently on points situated on various parts of the clients body. The session is noninvasive and gentle. An average session lasts for about one hour. However, most clients normally require a number of sessions to complete a treatment.
Techniques Shiang uses during her massage sessions
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