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Hydrotherapy includes therapies like hot or cold compresses, steam baths, and humidifiers as well as complementary treatments like sinus rinses or colonic therapy.
Stone therapy training is useful not just to massage therapists, but also for many other types of bodywork practitioners and spa workers.
Practitioners with Hellerwork training view the body, mind and spirit as inseparable.
Hakomi training adheres to five guiding principles: mindfulness, non-violence, mind-body integration, unity and interdependency of life.
The Feldenkrais method is a form of movement therapy in which clients learn greater awareness of how their bodies move through space.
Therapists trained in chair massage—also referred to as seated massage or on-site massage—treat clients in airports, workplaces, and many other settings.
The Breema approach focuses on the balance of energy within the mind and body, and connecting with our own natural vital energies to encourage wellness.
Because biofeedback provides an alternative to drugs for the treatment of stress-induced pain, it works well in a natural medicine setting.