If the word meditation brings to mind an image of someone sitting in a perfect upright posture, cross-legged on the floor with eyes closed, it’s not surprising. While this is definitely one popular way to meditate, the truth is there are numerous ways to engage in a meditative practice
Wellness Blog | Jessica Tulloss, RN, HWNC-BC
For those that live with chronic pain, it can be a perpetual dark cloud that constantly hangs over you. When efforts to manage the pain become less effective or even ineffective more people find themselves looking to other alternatives. One alternative that is often sought after is Reiki therapy.
Energy healing is a holistic practice that is the ideal complement to traditional medicine. Unlike traditional medicine, however, energy healing techniques promote wellness of the whole-person: mind, body, spirit, and emotion.
For centuries, civilizations across the globe have used music, sound, and vibration for healing. Vibrational Sound Therapy is a modern variation of the ancient practice of sound therapy. The energy produced by the sound and vibration is not only heard by the ears but is experienced by every cell in our body.