Posts tagged ‘health’

Cranial-Sacral – Level 2 w/ Don Cornwell

November 13th, 2012

Level II Cranial-Sacral Therapy teaches advanced techniques hat can be combined with the treatment protocol of Level I. Further corrections are accomplished and the ability to treat more complex imbalances increased. Included are techniques that align the facial  bones. The therapeutic use of Still-Points is part of the training. Still-points are the body’s natural response [...]

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Companion Animal Massage I w/Pat Button

January 19th, 2011

Animal health and behavior issues can both be addressed with massage therapy. Date and location to be announced. Call for information. 505-362-2608  6 NCBTMB CE Hours  $90

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Touch for Health I w/Pat Button

January 19th, 2011

TFH integrates muscle testing with techniques such as acupressure and lymphatic work to assess and balance the body. Saturday and Sunday, March 5 and 6 (9am-6pm)  16 CE Hours   $250 To register for Class please contact Pat at 505-362-2608 or patsbutton@hotmail.com

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Earth Roots And A Healer Named Spud

October 31st, 2010

In Private Notes For Students of Polarity Therapy Conventions, Dr. Stone presents charts that illustrate the twenty five prakritis. Prakriti: Nature, the essential nature of mind and matter, which projects itself in various forms of emotions and actions. According to Hindu (Samkhya) philosophy, there are twenty-five prakritis that consist of the five principle manifestations of each of the five elements that make up the human body.1

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Autumn: Season of the Metal Element

October 29th, 2010

Chinese Medicine associates each season with an element and its related organs. Autumn is Metal element. The yin Metal organ and meridian is Lung. The Lung’s yang counterpart is Large Intestine. During autumn, the Lung and Large Intestine are more susceptible to imbalances. With the change in temperature, one is more prone to respiratory conditions, such as colds and flu. Wei qi is the type of qi associated with the Lung. It is defined as protective qi, qi that protects us from exogenous pathogenic factors, such as wind, cold and damp. This type of qi can become challenged during autumn.

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Workshop: Companion Animal Massage I with Pat Button

August 20th, 2010

Animal health and behavior issues can both be addressed with massage therapy. The basics of Tellington Touch (TTouch) will be taught as well as using flower remedies to help assist healing. Students will be working on dogs; prior approval for your animal to attend the class must be received. Prerequisite for Companion Animal Massage II [...]

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Workshop: Chinese Medicine & Qi Gong with Don Cornwell

August 2nd, 2010

Chinese Medical Qi Gong will be discussed, demonstrated, and practiced—giving participants, including professional therapists, expert training and experience in moving, increasing and storing Qi. Then a number of specific Qi Gong hand techniques will be used on the client’s body to affect their movement and balance of energy. These hand techniques are much more powerful [...]

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