Reflexology, Massage, Cold Laser Therapy, and NAT (The Niel-Asher Technique)for Shoulder Issues
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Welcome to my Website! My name is Lori Thomas CRR, LMT, if you’re looking for a Liscenced Massage Therapist, and a Certified Registered Reflexologist (Ingham Method), Certified in Facial Reflexology Sorensensistem.tm, and a Certified Aromatherapist, you’ve come to the right place.
WI Liscence # 10320-146
I have graduated from East West Healing Arts Inst. in Madison. LMT, NCMBT/ (http://acupressureschool.com/)
I have Diploma in Facial Reflexology Sorensensistem.tm (http://www.facialreflexologyusa.com/home.htm)
I am also a Certified Registered Reflexologist (Ingham Method) from the International Institute of Reflexology, Florida (http://reflexology-usa.net/ )
I have take a year course in Advanced Reflexology Tecniques from the Universal Collage of Reflexology Canada (http://www.thereflexologyzone.com)I am a practioner of the NAT (Niel-Asher Technique™) for Frozen Shoulder and other Shoulder proplems. (https://www.frozenshoulder.com) (http://www.rotatorcuffshoulder.com) (http://www.arthriticshoulder.com)
I am Certified in aromatherapy from the Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy (http://www.pacificinstituteofaromatherapy.com/courseskey.htm)
I offer Massage, Reflexology: Face and Feet, Cold Laser Light Therapy, Ionized Detox Foot Baths, and Massage Cupping Therapy(TM), Rain DropTherapy, and Himalayan Salt stone Massages. I use Essential Oils for a more beneficial massage.
What is Reflexology?
Reflexology is a science based on the principle that there arereflex areas in the feet and hands which correspond to all ofthe glands, organs, and parts of the body. By stimulating thesereflexes properly, many health problems can be alleviated in anatural way. It is a type of preventative maintenance. Reflexology is a serious advance in the health field and is not the same thing as massage.
Now using Cold Laser Light Therapy!
Benefits of LLLT to Users
• Relieves acute and chronic pains
• Increases the speed, quality and
tensile strength of tissue repair
• Increases blood supply
• Stimulates the immune system
• Stimulates nerve function
• Develops collagen and muscle tissue
• Helps generate new and healthy cells and tissue
• Promotes faster wound healing and clot formation
• Reduces inflammation
Thanks for visiting, and have a great day.