Massage therapy improves circulation by bringing oxygen and other nutrients to body tissues. It relieves muscle tension, pain and fatigue, increases flexibility and mobility, and helps clear lactic acid and other waste, which reduces pain and stiffness in muscles and joints. The use of oils and lotions may also be included to reduce friction on the skin.
Knowing yourself is to be rooted in Being, instead of lost in your mind.― Eckhart Tolle
Sarah is a 2007 graduate of the Massage Therapy program at Seacoast Career Schools completing 950 hours of study. She practices Massage in Wolfboro NH, offering Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Trigger Point Therapy and Neuromuscular Massage. In 2010 Sarah began her journey into the practice of Reiki. Completing Reiki levels I, II, and III. In April 2012 Sarah completed training as a Reiki Master Teacher Practitioner. Sarah is also a certified Spinning instructor currently teaching classes at Olympia Gym & Fitness in Wolfeboro. Sarah lives with her family in Wolfeboro.
Reiki is a spiritual healing art. It is not massage nor is it based on belief or suggestion. The session is performed by a Reiki Practitioner (RP or RMT) using specific Reiki hand positions. During a Reiki session, the client is fully clothed while comfortably reclining on a massage table or seated in a chair. The practitioner places her hands on strategic parts of the client’s body, generally over the chakras. The practitioner acts as a medium through which ki flows, not directing the flow but acting as a channel for the energy. A Reiki session aids in stress reduction and it is almost always a very relaxing experience.
Reiki does not attack disease but rather supports well-being by strengthening the body’s ability to heal through better balance. Reiki may not always bring about a cure, but it can bring about a spiritual healing through restoring energy flow and providing a sense of well-being.