Energy therapies focus on removing energy congestion that forms in our energy fields (auras) and energy centers (chakras). It re-establishes healthy energy flow through opening, connecting and balancing the human energy system.
Energy work cleanses the body, mind and spirit of energy congestion that is sometimes “trapped” within the energy fields that encompass our bodies.
You may have heard various terms that are correlated with energy work such as “aura”, “chakra” and “vibe” used in references such as “I got such a good vibe from him/her.”
Sometimes energy gets trapped within our energetic fields causing such phenomenon as “not being able to get out of a funk” or “having feelings that we just can’t shake”.
This is where your Energy Workers come in.
Similar to the way that Massage Therapists can feel knots and tight muscles throughout your body, energy workers can feel the areas of energy congestion. This energy congestion can be associated with physical, emotional, mental or spiritual issues. Through the gentle, light or near-body touch, an energy practitioner can clear, balance, energize and support the human energy system to facilitate and support healing for the whole person: mind, body and spirit.
The benefits to those who receive energy work can be: reduced pain, reduced anxiety, relief from stress and depression, sense of well-being and support during medical and surgical treatment and procedures.
Many of us are on the go and rarely take time to take care of ourselves, both mentally and physically.
Repetitive motions, even ones that seem mundane such as sitting at a computer all day long, create unnecessary strain on our already overworked muscles.
As we become more fatigued and restless, we “hold” our muscles in an improper position, quite literally creating the tension and tightness that massage therapy works to alleviate.
Massage therapists use a variety of techniques to undo these everyday tension builders. For some people, less pressure and more fluid, relaxing techniques do the trick. For others, intense, focused pressure sends a stronger message to our bodies to let go of the physical tension that we’re holding in our muscles.
In fact, if you are new to massage or have waited too long since your last one, you may even find that you are fatigued after your session almost in the same sense that you feel after an intense workout. This phenomenon is created by the “working” of your muscles to release built-up tension, even if your Massage Therapist appears to be the one doing all of the work.