Congratulations on making yourself a priority and exploring fantastic natural wellness modalities.
Reflexology, Auriculotherapy, Reiki, and Massage are my passion. In my focused, individualized practice, the goal is to help people feel better by providing a safe, calm, supportive space where they can find the balance their whole being is seeking.
North Seattle Natural Medicine
617 5th Ave S
Edmonds, Washington 98020
Beacon Hill, Downtown Seattle, Ballard, Northgate, Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell, Mountlake Terrace, Alderwood Manor, Lynnwood, Martha Lake, Edmonds.
Reflexology is the application of pressure either via thumb, fingers, or multireflex tools (for Dien Chan multi reflexology) applied to specific reflex areas on the feet, hands, face, and/or ears. Stimulation of reflex points sends important signals to the brain, activating the body’s natural healing process. It is recognized worldwide as a complementary practice within the holistic health field.
Our ears are essentially a map of our entire body! So just by stimulating points on your ears, you can have a therapeutic effect on your whole body. Ear seeds are little seeds or beads that are held in place with tape. They are a non-invasive, safe, and effective way to stimulate specific points to boost your body’s own natural healing system.
Therapeutic Massage involves various methods including Swedish, Hot Stone, Cupping, and Deep Tissue. This relaxing modality is excellent for relieving tension, lowering stress, and decreasing pain. Relaxing the mind and body puts one into an amazing state of bliss that is good for your whole being, especially your nervous system.
Message Of Wisdom
The practice of taking time to heal the whole self can be traced back to the origins of ancient humans. We have an inherent need to be still and to hold space for ourselves. When we create a protective boundary around what we most cherish, we are able to appreciate what we have, nurture what we would like to experience more of, and gift those we love with our fullest, most present self.