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  • Massage: Receiving regular Massage treatments has been proven to help reduce injury and reduce stress, leaving you calm and rejuvenated. Massage stimulates key body systems for optimal health and vitality. Experience better sleep, reduced blood pressure, increased metabolism, improved skin tone, relief from anxiety and mild depression, increased productivity, elevated immune response, and an overall better sense of self. There are so many ways for you to reach your health goals through massage. Speak to one of our amazing massage therapists to get your health picture into focus. 
    • Offering: Relaxing, Hot stone, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Cranial Sacral, Myofascial release, Pre-natal and post delivery, Lymph Drainage, Rock Taping, Off-site Chair and table (corporate or residential)
    • Also available by request: Add aromatherapy, seaweed wraps, hot foot soaks, and various clay treatments and scrubs to your massage for a truly pampering and nurturing experience.
  • Reflexology: An alternative healing method that involves applying pressure to certain areas/points on the body with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques without lotions or oils. The points used are similar to acupuncture points as they utilize ancient Chinese Medicine teachings. By unblocking energy fields reflexology can support healing by balancing the nervous system and releasing chemicals that reduce stress and pain. A balanced body is a peaceful calm one.
  • Reconnective Healing: Reconnective Healing is comprised of this new, all-inclusive spectrum of energy, light and information. These vibrational frequencies encompass the energy systems and benefits of all energy healing techniques, yet are accessible without complicated steps, procedures or rituals… and can be learned by everyone. Reconnective Healing is a source to wholeness. It is palpable. There is a vibrational shift happening in your very cells. Your DNA is changing. You begin to emit more coherent levels of light. Your life becomes one of flow and life progress.
  • Structural Integration: A type of bodywork that focuses on the connective tissue, or fascia, of the body. Fascia surrounds muscles, groups of muscles, blood vessels, organs, and nerves, binding some structures together while permitting others to slide smoothly over each other. Changes in posture and structure are achieved by manipulating the body's myofascial system. The focus of Structural Integration is on the fascia rather than on the muscles (as in massage).
  • Movement & Dance: Qoya, Authentic Movement, etc. all offer you an opportunity to safely learn to enjoy moving your body. Whether through a meditative process or to the driving beat of drums, etc., your whole being will be grateful to you. Movement has far-reaching effects that improve daily outlook, organ function, nervous system, physical balance, coordination, soft tissue health and so much more... and it’s just so much fun!
  • Nutrition: Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease in the human body. Here at 222, we get to know you, your lifestyle, activity levels and spend the time to create a sustainable way for you to nourish yourself body, mind and spirit. No fads or trending food situations. You will be supported on your journey to optimal health and lifestyle practices. Through sound nutrition, movement, relaxation and mindfulness practices you will be supported as an individual with your own specific needs.
  • Yoga: A spiritual and meditative practice which includes breath control and techniques, simple meditation, and the adoption of certain specific bodily postures. Yoga is widely practiced for improved mental and physical health and relaxation. There are many different styles, types and intensities of yoga to choose from. Not everyone enjoys the same types of yoga. It is important to create your own yoga practice utilizing the type of yoga and your choice of instructors. A long, healthy and spiritual life will be your reward.
  • Stretching: Include stretching in your plans for health improvement as it can have far-reaching benefits. Staying flexible will insure you enjoy a full pain-free range of motion well into your senior years. Stretching also improves blood flow to your soft tissues/muscles. When your body becomes more limber you will reduce the risk of injury, increase blood flow and nutrients to your cartilage and muscles, (which in turn will jump-start those exercise routines) encourage the release of endorphins, firm up your posture and support you being more peaceful and calm in your body.

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