I fell in love with green light therapy after seeing an acupuncturist who used a system called Theragem on me. I found something called solargem which was more affordable to introduce. I felt like I wouldn’t be able to really use it in my practice so I found something more affordable called a LED light mask. I have the option to use this during a massage to explore light therapy a bit more. I was so obsessed with Theragem technology because I kept breaking out in a viral way on my face and everytime he used it on me it stopped the breakout and cleared it up.
I even went so far to find a green flashlight on amazon and put little emeralds inside the light to place on myself. That got annoying to hold so I bought a light mask and used the green light therapy. Which I love and am obsessed with. For an introvert like myself I don't want to go to the gym or out to all these appointments to use light therapy nor do I want to pay an absorbent amount of fees everytime I go when I can buy it myself. I even bought a green light bulb. I wanted to write up something about each one for you to get an idea. The light mask came with a little information of what each light can do but I wanted to unravel more research beyond what a tiny packet said.
I added some links to help assist in what each one does. I found that the red light therapy digest link is the easiest to wrap my brain around. There is a lot of research on light and laser therapy. I went down a whole other rabbit hole on laser therapy and found laser dentistry. I even put a link down that lets you see how light and laser therapy came into our view of research. It's amazing how much research is out there and how few are using it outside the skin health industry locally to where I am in Pennsylvania. I encourage you to do your own research and unravel the magic of light therapy. I love the discovery of our light body also known as photonics or biophotonic. I think this is a fun way to see something tangible in the world of 3d with lightwork. Doing energy work by visualizing light in your body activating through breathwork and meditation through prana is still my favorite way to work with healing and lights. Light therapy nonetheless is still valid and important research to get familiar with. It is so easy and popular to know about red light therapy from going to gyms. I can't wait for green light and these other therapies to really make it to mainstream. Here's a little more information and references to each light that comes in a light mask.
Beyond the light mask. I recently purchased terahertz wand. I will try to write a blog on that. When in use it appears its using blue light therapy but somehow its a different wave then whats going on in a light mask plus its using heat to reach the bones. It's called iteracare. It is doing wonders for muscle healing and my digestive system. I will try to find some research around it and share in another blog soon!
Green light therapy (520nm)
Purple light therapy (390nm)
Cyanine Light therapy (415nm)
Blue light and White light (470nm)
Yellow light therapy (590nm)
Red light therapy (630nm)
When coming to get massage this is what I want to hear from you:
I am not sick nor have I been around anyone who is sick or have roommates who would bring it home. If they are sick and I'm not sick. I will inform my therapist. Whether I wear a mask or not and I am not feeling well or feel under the weather, I will reschedule my massage. I will take my own temperatures and not expect the faculty to check me for me. I will take responsibility for my health status before I get a massage.
Whether your test is positive or negative. Whether its a cold or covid. A run down immune system that isn't feeling well is still something your therapist can get. So please reschedule if you don't feel good whether your test is negative or not.
This may help you, it may not: I am taking immune support such as vitamin c, chlorella, cbd, rescue remedy, fungi tinctures, colloidal silver, and allicin as needed. I want to be at optimum health so I can be there for as many people as I can. I am doing meditation and healing currents for myself 1-3x a day to keep clear, balanced, and to keep my immune system fully functioning. I would say I am spiritually healthy. I drink very clean water and am working to get my body more alkaline. If you want to know why being alkaline is helpful for optimum health or why I would use this or that or more about my spiritual practices or practices that can help you please ask. I
I will never check or ask you your vaccine status or will share my views on it, politics around it, or ask for you to share yours. You do you. I wont come to work when sick or under the weather and you won't come see me if you are sick or about to be. Wear a mask, don't wear a mask. You're an Amercian. Live within your rights. You get me sick or I get you sick we can fire each other. I won't put up with that kind of behavior from any client or friend who puts my life in jeopardy. I won't put yours in jeopardy, don't come get a massage when you are ill, sick, or your immune system is breaking down. How ever you want to see it and I will reschedule when I feel crummy or run down.
I am open to having a conversation about how our immune systems are functioning and how to help your immune system function better. I am not here to talk about what you put in your body that you think will help mine. We are not each other doctors so lets keep a medical conversation within the confines of body injuries, scars, sprains, and knots; along with the mental and emotional tension around it.
Here are my sanitary practices:
What I am practicing in between sessions:
Healing music to pass the time:
Here is a Youtube playlist for healing tones to help you relax and boost your
immune system until we connect again
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Hopefully well be coming out with some medicine and self care ceremonies over the next year.
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Deep tissue is to every therapist a different technique. Let's talk about what you might think of as deep tissue and maybe bust some myths and teach you about some new techniques to look for or ask your local therapists about. Deep tissue is often viewed as deep pressure during any massage. Almost any massage you want at a typical spot will ask what pressure you want. You can get a deep tissue or a swedish. What a therapist wants to know is why you want deep pressure and what you are your concerns. As a swedish or other gentle long relaxing strokes might just assume that you want to relax. Who ever said that deep tissue couldn’t be relaxing? Many people who have received the typical response “you have to feel the pain to get the pain out.” Some of us like that but for others who don’t it's really put a burden on the extent of restoring the body that a licensed therapist can really do. A new term that you may hear or see as an option is therapeutic massage. Some therapist see that as an opportunity to combine their techniques to help you get the best out of your treatment but also respect your pressure needs but again not all therapist will respect your pressure needs. Please always speak up and ask for a different technique. If your therapist doesn’t have that ability know how to respect your boundaries because light pressure techniques are not in their tool box. There are other therapist out there that can meet your needs, you have to look, ask, and make sure to reach out to them to schedule or at least try to let them know to reach out to you if you forget to.
Let’s talk about why we would get a therapeutic massage and what kinds of bodywork can assist and what their level of pressure and results are like. When we get a therapeutic massage we can ask does it have to be deep to get these knots out? Is there another way you can do this? What is hurt so good? What is a knot anyway? Its an inflamed part of your body where the trigger point in the muscle at some point was screaming at you to pay attention to it and you probably ignored it. It started to build up scar tissue around the trigger point to ensure that you could continue doing whatever you were doing. This scar tissue blocks lymph and blood flow and shortens other muscles around it which can cause another painful area to scream at you to pay attention and the cycle continues. When we feel those tender painful areas while getting a massage those are the knots you long forgot about that might actually be the root of the pain you came in for that you are feeling in another part of your body.
See pictures below to see how knots form and what trigger points can look like
It's a whole chain of connections disrupted and a limited range of motion calling out to be seen, felt, and heard. Let's talk about gentle ways to use bodywork techniques to unwind this painful tissue before even having to do deep work. We will also talk about other complementary therapies that can be done to help you get into a healthier place after you get these painful areas worked out and why you may not want to do these therapies without getting these areas worked out. Let's talk more about painful tissue first. Often times trigger points and scar tissue might need to be released but so does the congestion in the tissue. Often times a painful touch can be the lymphatic system begging to be moved first before you go into the deep painful tissue. An educated therapist could do that for you. Also many establishments would probably recommend receiving a lymphatic drainage treatment or lymphatic massage if they even offer it before you got a massage. That's how these businesses work, everything is a specific kind of treatment. Some of us out there actually combine all the therapies. Be sure to educate yourself and ask your therapists if they would even consider doing a massage like this. Sometimes the front desks of these centers are rooting for their favorite person whether or not that person knows anything about these other modalities. I would be sure to ask for the therapist email or personally talk to the therapist before you take the front desk word, not always but has often been the case with me.
A gentle modality is ortho-bionmy I integrate in my practice. It is very similar to myofascial release and I often integrate the two modalities. It's a gentle non invasive therapy that allows your body to realize what it's doing and your body will unwind itself. It's something I have been studying for the past 3 years whenever I can afford to take a class. I will at some point have an associate in ortho-bionomy and hopefully will become a teacher. Right now all I can do is integrate into your bodywork when you come to see me for therapeutic bodywork. There is also SMR, NRT, cranial sacral, myofascial release, body repositional release which is similar but has its differences. When I am doing ortho-bionomy. I find after I do a technique that I can follow the fascia lines and release without any problem to the receiver; especially if they are hypersensitive to touch whether its pain, fibromyalgia, or some other disorder that causes you feel pain when touched. Even just thin skin and the effects of aging and not moving around too often. If you are a nurse, cna, doctor, or anyone really. You can take a class and apply it in your practice to help your patients feel at ease. My favorite side effect of receiving ortho-bionomy is that you end up swimming in waves of deep relaxation. There is nothing like it. I am trained in cranial, visceral, spine, and extremities and more in orthobionomy. The principles are simple, less is more. Lymph massage and ortho-bionomy and similar techniques might be the way to go. There are people out there. They may be far and few in between but they do exist. Don’t give up on your search to find relief in a kind way. Especially if you are looking in Pittsburgh for yourself or for a family member. The only time an orthobionomist can’t work is on broken bones. Its the kind adjustment you never knew you could have. It's a slow process like myofascia release but very healing and worth its weight in gold. If you are willing to try it out, Id recommend 2-4 sessions to explore unwinding some old chronic pain, scar tissue and pain associated with surgery, joint restrictions, repetitive strain injuries, trauma, emotional imbalances, stress, sleep distruption, and the list goes on. Even if you don’t have any of these issues. It’s main focus is to increase the body’s ability to communicate within each of its systems. It innately provides more resilience, a stronger immune system, and a greater capacity to heal from injuries.
Some of these techniques include:
Isometric and isotonic techniques
Subtle or minute movements
Postural re-education and self-care exercises
Work in the energy field of the body
Cranial and visceral balancing
Resetting the nervous system
Releasing trauma from the body
Let's talk about Deep Tissue. You can scan your mouse over each modality to find a link that can tell you more in detail. Especially the ones I don’t offer. There is Rolfing, Thai , Neuromuscular, Triggerpoint, Ashiatsu and Sports. There are probably so many more. All of these can also be combined with the more general techniques but these therapist are unlikely to know of ortho-bionomy but it's always worth a shot to ask. I practice Neuromuscular and trigger point and occasionally sports. Some may say that people can’t tell the difference between a deep tissue and a sports massage. Some might say that Thai is a form of Sports massage. Neuromuscular works with starting on the most superficial tissue and working the way down through the layers relieving each layer first and when we come across a trigger point releasing it as we move deeper into the layers. I find that ortho-bionomy is very complimentary here. Neuromuscular lets me get deep and find these layers but whenever I find a tender area or a point not responding I can bring in the principles and techniques of orthio-bionomy into play. I feel the body unwind after that. Sports massage is similar to Thai in that it stretches you but using a fast moving technique called strumming that is very relaxing but very hard on the therapists body to do all the time. It's very effective and often used in pre and post massages for athletes that last about 15 min each on specific muscle groups that will be used during the sport. You can see how all these modalities and names vary differently. You may be receiving all kinds of techniques and not even realize there is a name for each one. I hope that helped clarify a bit more about the different kinds of modalities and the effectiveness of the treatments.
When ever you go back to the PT and Chiropractic care and you wonder why it may not be working. Think about combining massage therapy into your preventive and restoration self care protocol. Get those knots out with a massage therapist, then get your spine adjusted with the chiropractor, and your muscles stronger with the care the PT gives you. You will end up getting some kind of bodywork anyway you might as well start a regular practice to stay clear of the issues that will come with life's obstacles, future surgeries, posture imbalances, restrictions, and stresses. You don’t have to suffer while you get stronger, if you are hurting it might be a knot that is making it harder for you to stay in alignment. If you want to learn more about what I do check this link out. Also love teaching friends and couples how to help each other. If you suffer with chronic pain and have a willing friend to help you out. I’d be happy to show you two how to help one another. Learn about that here. Any questions email or text me anytime! I look forward to helping you find balance within wherever & whenever that may be.
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Massage is a core lifestyle change that is a self care changer for many of us. What are the pros and cons of receiving massage on a regular basis?
Pros and Cons in the massage world
To name a few
It increases serotonin and dopamine
Helps you sleep better
Relieves chronic pain with regular treatments
You can receive with clothes on or off
Prevents sport injuries
Relieves tensions and aches
Digestive disorder relief and improvement
Creates connection in a safe environment
Many are non judgemental and compassionate to whatever comes up for you
It will help you feel what your body wants but also where it hurts
1 hour is NOT enough time to solve what your body wants
Going deep isn’t for everyone yet many of us don’t speak up
Some therapist won’t listen and will do what they think is right
If you don’t speak up and say no you might receive a bruising
It can be detoxifying and dehydrating
If you are on blood thinners or have a broken bone we can’t help you
Massage with Abby
Spring News 2016
Stress is our response to any demand on the body or mind to respond, adapt, or alter. It is our state of readiness to survive, requiring hyper vigilance from the body, mind, and spirit. It is our emotional reaction to stress that may be the difference between positive action and destructive breakdown, especially if many of the stressors seem beyond our control.
I suppose thats why the ancients were all about pausing, breathing, and being mindful before reacting. Maybe even taking a moment and let the thoughts pass until there are none.
I'm here to remind you that you are the ancients in a new form. I'm here to remind you it's okay to feel what your feeling. Know that you are loved and that you are love. Here are some tips you can do to return to your most loving state. Here are 20 mostly free ideas you can do to transform your stress into a beautiful loving state.
1. Breath in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Breath through your diaphragm or your lower lungs and up to the top of your lungs in that order for 2 seconds and let it out through your mouth.
2. Breathe into the area you feel your stress and breathe even deeper, slower, and longer.
3. Breathe into your feet in the same way as step one or even try to breath out through your nose all the way to your toes.
4. Give yourself a big hug. Go ahead squeeze your shoulders and arms.
5. Ask your body "What can I do to thank you today?"
Is it a hug? A massage with Abby? A local fresh juice? A long cry with a friend? A big chocolate bar? A dip in the pool at your local gym? Cuddles?
That glass of water or cup of tea you've been wanting for the last couple hours? A good old scream to let it out?
6. Give your body that.
7. Go ahead and allow your body to tell you what it's craving.
8. If you've been sitting for hours, give yourself permission to go for a walk outside, maybe it's warm enough to get barefoot and feel into the earth that provides us with so much nourishment.
9. The earth is so strong and can take any of that stress and turn it into that energy. Go ahead and breathe that stress into the earth and let it go. Stomp it out or hug a tree for extra relief.
10. Shake it out. Get up and wiggle. Arms, wrists, hips, shoulders, legs, ankles, feet. Wiggle until you jiggle. Even if you have to get on the floor slowly to do it.
If you have to go hide in the bathroom for fear of someone seeing you. Maybe you want to inspire others to do so with you. Go ahead do it whenever, where ever!
11. Give your knees a hug and then roll around on your back or simply hold your knees with your arms locked for a different self back massage.
12. If you are on your feet; Give yourself permission to take your shoes and socks off and breathe into that feeling of being off your feet. Breathe deep into your feet and into your ankles and simply watch your breath as you feel every out breath go into your aches and pains.
13. Strapped for time? Create a ten minute alarm with a soothing sound and let yourself breathe into your aches and pains.
14. Write down whatever you are feeling. Let your thoughts come out however they are without any judgment. It might be a drawing or something abstract. Store it in a journal with your favorite pictures and quotes to glue on or in it. If you are ready to let it go or it doesn't serve you to keep it. Take a leap and light it on fire or rip it up and throw it away. Find a fun way to transmute it into something creative.
If you are at a loss of creative transformational ideas?!? Ask me!
I'm full of them.
One of my greatest gifts is guiding people to their fullest creativity through fun little motivation exercises to grow and have fun with their life.
Gratitude! Gratitude! Gratitude!
Make a list of all your comforts, joys, successes,lessons, and beauty in your life.
Try to say I have ____ or I am grateful for having _____
Try to stay away from I was grateful or I use to feel this grateful. Try to write your gratitude in the present tense!
16. Take a break and go to the store and smell the essential oils or if you are at home take time to smell your essential oils and see how you feel after each try.
17. Ready to get deeper relaxed? Get into that tube and add 1/2c of epsom salts and 1/2c of any kind of sea salt and your favorite essential oils (if you have some)
or create a warm bath for your feet and let yourself decompress and soak.
18. Stretch and breath into your tension or your feelings. Go on YouTube and look up yoga for whatever you are feeling and let that video guide you.
Example: Yoga for neck pain, yoga for lower back pain, or yoga for relaxation.
19. Go into the garden and weed out those invasives that aren't edible or helpful to the rest of your garden while you weed out the stress that doesn't serve your best self.
20. Sing! Turn on your favorite music and sing along or sing whatever your thoughts and feelings are. Let it all go and sing!!
Still feeling stressed?
Give yourself permission to relax and rejuvenate with a massage from me
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Visceral Listening and Complimentary Therapies
In today’s world we often discover ourselves being pulled and yanked and our attention is being activated in multiple directions. When do we have the time to be heard and felt? Do we remember the last time we really sat down and listened to our cells? What would it be like to listen to our the message of our organs? What would it be like to know where we carry our stress? Would it change how we continue to hold ourselves? Would we start a preventive wellness practice? How would it look? Would you create a regular bi weekly schedule? What would that feel like? How would it change our life?
Manual therapy is a beautiful way to learn about ourselves, let go of the stress and feel invincible again. Some people like it deep and some enjoy a deep subtle light therapy. Although I specialize in both therapies in multiple ways. I have been studying the deep yet subtle light therapy lately. I would love to work with people who not only carry stress but people who have PTSD, emotional and physical traumas, adrenal fatigue, ADHD/ADD, Fibromyalgia and learning disorders and all ages with chronic pain who are ready to have a long lasting sigh of relief through manual therapy. I received the extra training to offer you various styles of assistance. I’m now trained in geriatrics and have some training in Orthobionomy. Ortho-bionomy is a gentle, non-invasive, osteopathically-based form of body therapy which is highly effective in working with chronic stress, injuries and pains or problems associated with postural and structural imbalances.
I have been trained and practicing Cranial Sacral for quite some time. I have yet to really get into the juicy fun facts about it. Cranial Sacral and Orthobionomy and Visceral therapy all work very much on a similar wave of thinking. This thinking is that your body can heal itself by being whatever is out of balance simply to be witnessed. There are also many mental therapies that observe this kind of therapy. Orthobionomy and Cranial Sacral core practice is in listening and being heard. The art of listening to our nervous system is an art whether from your point of you view or your practitioner's point of view.
Orthobionomy (view of Visceral therapy or organ manual therapy or massage) Is all about tuning into your organs for flushing, release, and balance. It is so gentle that you will either get an awesome relief or nothing will happen. There are no side affects except relaxation, relief, and release. It is so gentle that broken bones can even be worked on (or as an orthobionomist might say listened to and noticed). The first time I had someone work on my kidneys was the best day of my life. It felt like all this fear I’ve been holding in had a place to be let go. I felt like I was finally being held the right way. Another example is when a friend has a hard time getting drunk. She had her liver flushed through Visceral Orthobionomy and she got drunk on one glass of wine. Another helpful subtle way this can help is with indigestion and chronic acid reflux. Those problems often cause us to pull our diaphragm in. Our diaphragm is this giant muscle that holds our lungs and is wrapped around the body and overlaps with the stomach and liver. If you’re having mid torso tension it might be wise to have a visceral therapist release your diaphragm.
Some people go to orthobionomist for visceral therapy to get fertile. Sometimes we can’t hold the babies in because our pelvis is tilted or our uterus isn’t positioned or is holding extreme tension which can sometimes cause a miscarriage. Orthobionomy goes great as pre therapy to getting eggs planted inside you because it removes all restrictions in your pelvis and around it before you get implanted with your eggs. One more thing that I loved about this class was learning about how to release old pain in our colon. I was astonished and grateful that part of the process was in my upper thighs where the lines could of been structural but in my case the achy feeling in my thighs is connected to my colon. It was a relaxing light yet deep release of old energy trapped in my legs and in my colon. Can you imagine having a visceral session with me to let go of that excess tension that has yet to be digested completely? Can you imagine releasing that old fear trapped in the kidneys and adrenals; longing to be gone by being held?
If so, let me know!!!
Cranial Sacral works wonderfully with organ massage and/or Visceral Orthobionomy. I am trained and enjoy giving in Che Nei Sung which is the Chinese version of organ massage. It’s more of a deeper manual movement of the fascia and lymphatic tissue rather than nervous system and subtle fascia movement. When I mean fascia I am talking about tissue and muscle tissue of sorts. Cranial sacral rebalances the nervous system and helps stimulate cranial and spinal fluids. It helps people with chronic anxiety, brain traumas, autism, adhd/add, ptsd, all kinds of traumas, headaches, neck pain, etc. A full Cranial Sacral and visceral therapy session is about 90 minutes. For working with a chronic issue takes around 5-10 sessions depending on how the person responds and integrates it into one's lifestyle. We can mix deep myofascial release therapy with cranial if you would like. It gets us deep into our cells and allows great release but it doesn’t mean we can’t also release that stuck fascia of tension and stress that we didn’t already let go through the Ortho-bionomy and Cranial Sacral.
Today I am offering a package of 3
1 hour cranial sessions for
$175 but receive $10 off when using check or cash.
You are saving $50-60
Cranial Sacral sessions are usually $75
Ortho - bionomy usually sessions will be $75 - 90 for a session but I have much practice to get in.
I am offering practice sessions
for spinal, visceral and extremities for
$30 a session
which can range from 45 min-90 min
How does a practice session differ from a regular session?
It might involve me having my book out to see what I am doing is aligned with what I am feeling. There will be more activity from you and active feedback so I can feel and know what I am doing is effective for the Ortho-bionomy techniques. Of course a medical history involving what we are working on. I might stop and write something deep down we just discovered. Timing can change. It won’t be my typical work. Of course you can ask to mix in a typical session with a regular session. The charges will be different but it is possible. Practice sessions will be outside of normal office hours.
Also both sessions are done with clothes on
What is your job?
Being open to a different kind of touch and change in your body. Having willingness to share what your feeling with the different techniques. Being comfortable with me stopping and writing something down or looking up something to then try and apply.
Scheduling a time that works for both of us. Being honest to what you are noticing. Sharing what has changed for you is important part for me feeling comfortable in offering this technique to others. A big part in practice sessions is not falling asleep; because your feedback is so important! Come open with little expectation and flexibility.
Be sure to book ahead of time or let me know days/times that we can be flexible together.
I am so grateful to work with you
I was at the American Massage Therapy Association national convention at the end of August in 2015. I put my name in to win a Bowen Technique 4 hour course. Guess what? I won! Now we all win. I look forward to sharing this new technique with you by October. I will send updates about it when I know more
What is Bowen Technique?
The Bowen Technique is a remedial, hands-on therapy that is applied using very gentle pressure. The practitioner uses thumbs and fingers on precise points of the body to perform Bowen’s unique sets of rolling-type moves which stimulate the muscles and soft tissue of the body. There is no manipulation or adjustment of hard tissue and no force is used. The experience of a treatment is gentle, subtle and relaxing. It is believed that the Bowen Technique prompts the body to reset, repair and balance itself and clients report the experience of pain relief, improvement of function and recovery of energy.
The Bowen Technique is a non-intrusive complementary hands-on therapy. The technique is based on the theory that gentle moves over precise points of the body can prompt the body’s innate ability to relieve pain, restriction and imbalance without the need for deep, manipulative or forceful treatment. Bowen practitioners work holistically with their clients and expect to work alongside allopathic health professionals to support optimum health for their clients.For example, one of the most common complaints for which people seek Bowen treatment is back pain.
The average number of treatments people have is three to four. There are always exceptions to any rule, and some people will need further or even on-going treatment.
Painful and restricted shoulders are also a particular favorite as are neck pain, respiratory conditions and headache patterns. Bowen is being widely used for sports injuries as well, with rugby clubs and premiership football clubs showing interest. Not only do sportsmen report fewer injuries when treated regularly but they also notice enhanced performance.
The Bowen Technique was developed in the 1950s by Australian Tom Bowen. Training courses in Mr Bowen’s technique were first offered in the late 1980s in Australia and came to the UK in 1993.
Come and allow yourself new tools to understanding yourself and the world around you. Why do these tools help you with massage? I personally love to do bodywork on people that journey and occasionally will guide you into a journey. It's a tool for holistic wellness. Which is why I have such a strong desire to share this with you. We can delve deeper together and solve some core issues by witnessing what your body tells you and receiving Chinese Cranial Sacral and Reflexology or any of my other massage mixes. These tools at this workshop can help you learn if you haven't already used this style to witness a new way of looking at whats going on inside you and around you. We can use a deeper level of intention with our bodywork together. Often our chronic pain can come from a more subtle emotional part of being. Check out the best of the best in the inward journey business that I know.
I occasionally do creative self empowerment life coaching with any issue you want to bring me. This event is such a great tool to creating a tool box for anything that comes up in your life. Some exercises I share with some of you have core roots in what Regina, Kathy, and Chi Chi will be teaching on Saturday September 12th. These 3 women that are hosting this event are amazing at what they teach. If you feel a call to work with me for my healing intuition and guiding that you receive from me. You might feel that similar pull from these women.
Check out this schedule of events. When you mention me you will receive $5 off the event. When you pre register text or call Chi Chi at 412-804-8010 or pay cash at the door. I will be volunteering so I hope to see you at the door or some where where I can assist you and potentially snag a hug from me to you.
Enter the cocoon of Sacred Space, rest awhile as you delve deeper into your spiritual calling. Explore new ways of knowing & skills. Develop your hidden talents & gifts. Emerge transformed & ready to take flight.
11 AM-12 PM Welcome & Opening Ceremony
We step into sacred space & leave ordinary time behind, building a central altar & setting the group intention for personal transformation. Together we create a crucible where the energies cultivated by the group are gathered & amplified for the highest good of all. *Bring 1 or 2 items for creating the central altar.
12-12:50 PM Journeying Into the Cocoon - Regina Rivers
As the caterpillar you presently are, you will journey into the cocoon, deep within the Self. On this shamanic journey, you will ask yourself, like the caterpillar asked Alice, “Whooo … are … you?” The answer holds the intention & guidance needed now…on the verge of transforming your life! The cocoon is the catalyst for change from which you will breakthrough! *Bring a mat to lie on, a pillow & eye covering.
1-1:50 PM Sequestered in Sacred Space - Kathy Evans-Palmisano
Just like the chrysalis resting in the cocoon, you will wrap yourself in centered stillness, learning to design, build & dedicate your personal altar of transformation. Discovering the elements of ritual, you will create a personal ceremony to imprint & hold the vibrations of your transformational journey from today onward.
2-2:50 PM Awakening to Energy - Kathy Evans-Palmisano
The chrysalis begins to awaken & re-attunes to the world around it. As you awaken to your greater spiritual calling, you will become attuned to the energetic nature of the world around you. You will experience your own electromagnetic field & begin to become sensitized to the energy fields around you, through your hands & dowsing techniques. *Bring pendulum & dowsing rods if you have.
3-4 PM Break for Food
4-5:50 PM Breakthrough in Intuition - Rev. Marjorie Rivera
From a place of stillness, we will learn to embrace the unknown & search for the pieces of sacred future-self already contained within. You will learn to recognize the sound of your inner teacher (ego vs. intuition), identify your personal intuitive style, & break through from random to “on purpose” as you deepen your intuitive ability to connect to & ask questions of your future self.
6-7 PM Upwriting Yourself - Taking Flight - Regina Rivers
You have broken through the chrysalis! In this meditative writing exercise, envision where your new wings will take you! Receive the final steps in knowing more fully who you are!
To Follow: Mandala Coloring
Create a butterfly mandala to adorn your altar or home. Supplies provided or bring your own.
7-8 PM Closing Fire Ceremony
This ceremony acknowledges our transformations, sets our intention & expresses gratitude for our accomplishments. We then re-enter our 3rd dimensional consensus reality.
I love giving and learning about massages and love to help people know how to take care of themselves and their friends! I might share some basics or go into some deeply shared wellness tips from my experiences to help you along your life happiness.