Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you have to move forward.- Albert Einstein
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy
It is a very subtle manual technique that treats imbalances in the craniosacral system. What we want is to listen to the body, help it and encourage it in the process of self-healing or homeostasis.
We not only act on a physical level, but also on an emotional (phobias, stress, anxiety) and endocrine level.
Usually, several sessions are needed to normalize and reorganize tensions and to be able to benefit from the treatment. (Not a massage.)
It is an oil massage whose purpose is to improve performance and physical condition, relieve pain, prevent injuries and relax muscles.
The techniques of this massage are dedicated to muscle release, they are deep maneuvers and at a medium pace. With passive stretching, flexibility is improved, perceiving a sensation of discharge and lightness.
Deep Tissue Massage
In this massage we will pay more attention to the areas affected by muscle tension and stiffness that can cause pain and inflammation, limiting movement and circulation.
It works by exerting a slow and deep pressure, softening the tissues, undoing the knots and repositioning the muscular sublayers.
Aside from relieving pain and discomfort, it helps reduce blood pressure, heart rate, and stress hormone levels.
Ayurveda is a traditional holistic system of natural healing that developed in India over 5,000 years ago.
If the Ayurveda Massage is distinguished from other techniques in something, it is because of its fast, energetic, lively and dynamic nature. Also for his long passes all over the body that, together with other maneuvers, always adapt in rhythm and depth to the needs of the people.
Cervical Skull Massage
It is a localized massage where we will focus on the entire back, mainly on the cervical area, shoulders and head.
It works in a strong and deep way to relieve tension and contractures.
It is a great remedy for headaches, migraines and insomnia, calming the overactive nervous system. The oils have a great nourishing effect on the scalp.
The Traditional Thai Massage is a slow and dynamic body work that involves the combination of passive stretching and pressure throughout the body following energetic lines “sen”, in a series of movements and swings, linked together in a rhythmic and harmonious way. .
It is carried out on a futon and the client is dressed in comfortable and loose clothing to facilitate movement.
This foot massage is not only the manipulation of the soft tissues and the mobilization of the joints, it is also the stimulation of the internal organs through the reflex points and the harmonization and balance of the energy flow, contributing to the prevention and good Health. It is a deeply relaxing invigorating and revitalizing massage.
Yogatherapy helps people to improve their health using the principles of yoga through asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), mudras, relaxation, mantra, meditation, massage, Ayurvedic diet and guidance on the art of life.
How can we help?
Control or treat many diseases:
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
In addition, its regular practice is a preventive therapy since it promotes specific changes in the muscles, joints and organs.
The purpose of therapy is to get you to control and decide your own life without always depending on or needing help from your psychologist. The goal of therapy is to create independence and security.
How can we help?
- Health anxiety
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Social phobia
Post traumatic stress disorder
Nutrition is approached using the definition of health offered by the World Health Organization as a model: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not just the absence of conditions or diseases”. Applying this definition to food, when making changes to nutrients or food, ensures that emotional and social well-being is taken care of.
In consultation, Nutritional Coaching is applied, which provides techniques to help you achieve goals more effectively. Through this approach, you are the one who chooses the change with the right tools.
Therapeutic Creative Accompaniment
The objective, as in Gestalt Therapy, is to favor the “insight” or “Realize” of the client. Make the unconscious conscious, thus taking responsibility and being able to promote changes in the Here and now using different Art tools.
The tools used are: Painting/Drawing, Sculpture, Stories/poems, Mandalas, Collage, Dreamworks, Phototherapy, Video-therapy, Puppets, Music/sound, Works in nature, Dance, Psychodrama/ Drama Therapy/ Gestalt Theatre, Art Diaries.