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Rigorous, low-impact aerobics for advanced students that
utilizes hand weights, sticks and low benches.
An extension of yogic breathing technique, combined with
guided meditation, that allows total relaxation and clearing
of the mind of non supportive thought patterns. Sometimes
includes reliving the birth experience.
Ancient Chinese technique using pressure point massage to
restore the flow of energy throughout the body. Areas of the
hands and feet are targeted to specific organs in the body.
Meaning "universal life-force energy," a
scientific method of activating and balancing the life-force
energy present in all living things. Techniques are applied
to the entire body, channeling energy to organs and glands,
and aligning the chakras (energy centers).
Located in scenic, secluded surroundings far removed from
the hustle and bustle of big cities or as an added feature
at a hotel resort, these spas offer traditional spa services
that invigorate the body and mind.
A technique developed by Ida Rolf of deep muscular
manipulation and massage for the relief of rigid muscles,
bones and joints. It is designed to improve energy flow and
relieve stress most often related to emotional trauma. This
method of intensive manipulation may sometimes be
experienced as painful.