Massage therapist in Monongalia County, WV
We offer so many types of massage, energywork, and bodywork because we understand that your body and your lifestyle are unique.
What works perfectly for you during a stressful week may not be what you want to… celebrate your birthday, or prepare for a new child, or support healing from an illness, or train for a marathon.
People come to a Yoga class for many reasons, some like the exercise, others find that their yoga practice benefits their health conditions.
Some like the stress relief and others come for the community or the connection with their spiritual side.
No matter how much yoga you have experienced before, you will be welcomed.
We offer group meditations as well as private meditation sessions designed to help the individual find a meditation style that will work for them.
Use these sessions to cover the fundamentals or to expand your practice.
Schedule a wellness experience or day of pampering for your employees/staff!
You get a HUGE moral boost AND participants get lower blood pressure and cortisol levels when we come to your site with chair massage, foot reflexology, essential oil consults and meditation classes.
In our Yoga Teacher Training course, students will evolve into the role of teacher through dedicated self-study, group work, community teaching, and supportive mentorship.
Thai Massage is an ancient and powerful method of healing that combines deep compressions, acupressure, and passive yoga stretching to restore total balance for body and mind.
Getting a Thai Massage is like going to your massage therapist, acupuncturists, chiropractor, then a yoga class. It is truly a holistic bodywork experience!
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Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word meaning the “science of life”, is India’s 5000 year old medical system.
Ayurveda works using nutrition, lifestyle, herbal, and detoxification protocols specific to an individual’s unique constitution. The scope of Ayurveda also includes the practice of Yoga, meditation, and breathing techniques.