Natural Healers Blog
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Prenatal massage focuses on the special needs of women as their bodies undergo the many dramatic changes that occur during pregnancy.
Neuromuscular therapy integrates massage techniques, flexibility stretching and home care practices to eliminate the causes of pain.
Myofascial release enhances the body’s healing capabilities through stretching of the connective tissue that surrounds muscles and organs.
Civilizations in the East and West found that natural healing and massage could heal injuries, relieve pain, and prevent and cure illnesses.
Healing touch therapy is gentle, energy-based and nurturing. It takes place without invasive procedures, medications or equipment.
Craniosacral therapy is used to improve the movement of cerebrospinal fluid and reduce tension through gentle manipulation of the spine.
Through naturopathy training, practitioners learn the same basic sciences as MDs as well as the key principles of naturopathic medicine.
Naturopathy school curriculums train students to work as primary care physicians. Instead of focusing only on natural medicine, ND programs incorporate Western medicine into their programs as well.
A doula provides information, physical and emotional support, and advocacy for women and their partners during and after the birth process.
Feng Shui’s ancient systematic approach to creating a balanced, positive flow of energy in the environment is still taught in schools today.
Body, mind and spirit—alternative medicine professionals view all three aspects as vital to our health.