Cindi R. ThomasCertified Rolfer & MassageTherapist
Rolfing, also called structural integration, is a holistic system of bodywork that uses deep manipulation of the body's soft tissue to realign and balance the body's myofascial structure.
Rolfing helps to improve posture and bring the body's natural structure into proper balance and alignment. This can bring relief from general aches and pains, improve breathing, increase energy, improve self-confidence, and relieve physical and mental stress. Rolfing has also been used to treat such specific physical problems as chronic back, neck, shoulder, and joint pain, and repetitive stress injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome. For more information, visit The Rolf Institute.
Jeanne SpradlingCertified Reflexologist & Massage Therapist
Reflexology: A natural healing art, based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet and hands which correspond to every part of the body.
By stimulating and applying pressure to the feet or hands harmony is brought to the whole body by increasing the flow of energy, blood, nutrients and nerve impulses to corresponding body zones. By stimulating key reflex points there is a therapeutic effect on the body. Treatments can help with digestive disorders, ear disorders, sinus disorders, fatigue and many other aliments.