Sedona Massage Tips
Stillpoint's Sedona Massage Tip #1
When looking for any kind of therapist, it is important that she/he addresses the vibrational root of your discomfort, condition, dis -ease etc. as well as the physical manifestation of it that you are feeling.
Stillpoint's Sedona Massage Tip #2
"The way to health is to have an aromatic bath and scented massage every day." – Hippocrates
Stillpoint's Sedona Massage Tip #3
A good therapist will come to the table in neutral, with no ego or agenda... ready to listen deeply to you before beginning the session. You should feel listened to, empowered, and supported.
Stillpoint's Sedona Massage Tip #4
A "good" massage should have an effect on not only your physical body, but also your emotional, spiritual and mental bodies.
Stillpoint's Sedona Massage Tip #5
“It is good for the spirits of the guest and host to be in mutual accord...a sense of harmony will arise spontaneously.” – Tenshin Okakura
Sedona Massage Tip #6
Make sure that your therapist has proper training and/or certifications in advanced modalities like cranial sacral therapy or lymphatic drainage therapy.
Sedona Massage Tip #7
Make sure that the massage oil or creme that your therapist is using is all natural and organic. The skin is the largest organ that we have and has an absorption rate of 50 percent!
Sedona Massage Tip #8
It has been found that if you receive two or three Lymphatic Drainage Therapy Sessions a week or so apart before flu season, the chances that you will NOT get the flu are increased immensely!
Sedona Massage Tip #9
Calendula oil is extremely beneficial in reducing thread, spider and varicose veins... the effects are multiplied when combined with certain medicinal grade esential oils such as helichrysum (helichrysum italicum), cypress (cypressus sempervirens) mastick (lentiscus pistachius) ... (to name a very few).
Sedona Massage Tip #10
Getting a Lymphatic Drainage Therapy Session is a great way to boost your immune system. Note: Lymphatic Drainage is different than lymphatic massage. LDT is a specialized modality.