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A Mind – Body – Spirit Revolution

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Inner Peace

Taking time to relax and center yourself can improve your interactions, and help you be present in the moment.

Organic

We use natural, gluten free, organic products. We believe in feeding your skin and your soul all at the same time.


Benefits

Mindfulness practices and decreased stress can lead to better blood pressure, improved productivity, and improved quality of sleep.

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Functional Medicine
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Crystal and Gemstone Retail Store
Each and every one of our stones has been energetically cleansed and fully Reiki charged. This can be a great way to take home a Reiki Session. Our crystals can be used to create a calm healing aura in a room, or set a peaceful mood in your office. Many people also like to lay the crystals on them during meditation or relaxation, as a healing session. These gemstones can be used for everything from postop recovery, to at home Reiki sessions.

Testimonials

“new found even higher, heightened level of awareness”

“I have had over a dozen treatments from Carolee and it is a special treat every time. She has a therapeutic touch, it’s so relaxing. An added plus – I learn something new. She is extremely knowledgeable.”

“I never thought that there was actually such an incredible place, with holistic practices tailored and focused as they are, to the individual. Blessed to have found you. Sat Nam”

“I absolutely LOVE Claudia. She is so kind, attentive and does an amazing job! I will gladly keep coming back to her again and again!”

“Just great caregiving services. I suffer from Heart Disease, Fibromyalgia, PTSD and Hormone issues. This therapy has helped me deal with physical and emotional pain.”

“This has been a really tough year, Dee really helped me get back on my feet.”

Reflexology

While Reflexology feels similar to massage, it is a unique therapy with its own separate education, certification, theory, and practices.

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Get to know Our Team

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About Us

We are a wellness collaborative of massage therapists, nurses, reflexologists, and holistic health practitioners

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Providence, RI 02906

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Wellness Learning Center

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Foot Reflexology for?
Stress Relief
• Deep Relaxation
• As an additional therapy to help with symptoms of brain fog, tension, autoimmune symptoms, or gastrointestinal stress
• It does not replace or interfere with medical treatment

What is a session like?
• Relaxing, on a massage table, under blankets or sheets
• The amount of pressure applied is adjusted to comfort
• Many people fall asleep

What do I wear during Foot Reflexology?
• Socks and shoes are removed
• You can remain clothed otherwise to your comfort. Undergarments should always remain on.

How should I prepare for my session?
• No preparation is necessary. We will wash your feet with a steam towel or foot bath when you arrive.
• We do recommend using the restroom right before your session.

What’s the difference between a 60 minute session and a 90 minute session?
• A 60 minute session is best used as a focused session to pay attention to specific reflexes
• A 60 minute session can also be used as a “tune up” for anyone receiving regular sessions
• A 90 minute session is a more complete session and will be able to address all reflexes in a systematic approach
• A 90 minute session is ideal for anyone who has not received reflexology or body work in more than a month

How many sessions will I need?
• Change takes time, and Reflexology is best utilized at regular intervals.
• This most ideal frequency would start at weekly, then progress to biweekly, and then monthly for maintenance.
• Persons with stressful lifestyles may find a benefit to more frequent visits and remain at a biweekly frequency.
• Most clients are able to notice benefits after a few sessions. If you have received four sessions within the past month and do not notice any benefit, you could try a different style of reflexology or a different modality. We are all a little different after all.

How are Reflexology and Massage different?
• The sensations and experiences are very similar
• The goal is very different
• The goal of massage is to affect the local area that is being worked in: a massage therapist works on soft tissue with the goal of improving mobility, and muscle tension.
• The goal of reflexology is to affect corresponding reflexes. There are spots on the feet that represent the intestines for example. A reflexologist works on a local body part such as the feet, hands, face, or feet. A foot reflexology session is spent working solely on the feet, yet aims to affect the entire body on an energetic level, to create harmony. This is similar in theory to how acupressure works.

Will my therapist be able to identify health issues?
• No. Reflexology is not a replacement for medical attention.
• Reflexologists do not treat or diagnose medical conditions.
• Reflexology is an adjunct therapy, which means it is used in combination with other therapies, to help them be more effective.

What is Reiki for?
• Wanting to feel more connected
• A chemotherapy adjunct therapy / cancer adjunct therapy
• To support new habits and patterns
• Relaxation
• It does not replace or interfere with medical treatment

What is a session like?
• Relaxing, on a massage table, under blankets or sheets
• Therapies such as crystal therapy, breathing techniques, and aromatherapy are often included
• Many people fall asleep, or describe a Reiki session as feeling like a meditative state.

What do I wear during Reiki?
• Shoes are removed
• You can remain clothed otherwise to your comfort. Undergarments should always remain on.

How should I prepare for my session?
• No preparation is necessary.
• We do recommend using the restroom right before your session.

Is Reiki Energy Medicine?
• Energy medicine is one of the oldest and profound methods of healing.
• Energy medicine is a universal practice, and varies throughout the world in style and name.
• Reiki is a Japanese type of Energy medicine

How many sessions will I need?
• Change takes time, and Reiki is best utilized at regular intervals.
• This most ideal frequency would start at weekly, then progress to biweekly, and then monthly for maintenance.
• Persons with stressful lifestyles may find a benefit to more frequent visits and remain at a biweekly frequency.
• Most clients are able to notice benefits after a few sessions. If you have received four sessions within the past month and do not notice any benefit, you could try a different modality such as Reflexology. We are all a little different after all.

Will my therapist be able to identify health issues?
• No. Reiki is not a replacement for medical attention.
• Reiki practitioners do not treat or diagnose medical conditions.
• Reiki is an adjunct therapy, which means it is used in combination with other therapies, to help them be more effective.

What is Massage for?
• Muscle aches and pains
• Supporting mobility
• Encouraging circulation
• Nurturing the skin

What is a session like?
• Relaxing, on a massage table, draped under blankets or sheets.
• The amount of pressure applied is adjusted to comfort.
• Sessions can either be focused on areas of discomfort, or can be more general for overall health maintenance.
• It’s important to communicate during your session. Always let us know if anything is too little pressure, too much pressure, too warm, too cool, etc.

What do I wear during massage?
• You can remove clothes to your comfort level, but be mindful that anything left on might get lotion or oil on it.

What’s the difference between a 60 minute session and a 90 minute session?
• A 60 minute session is best used as a focused session to pay attention to specific areas of discomfort.
• A 60 minute session can also be used as a “tune up” for anyone receiving regular sessions.
• A 90 minute session is a more complete session and will be able to address more.

How many sessions will I need?
• Change takes time, and massage is best utilized at regular intervals.
• This most ideal frequency would start at weekly, then progress to biweekly, and then monthly for maintenance.
• Persons with stressful lifestyles may find a benefit to more frequent visits and remain at a biweekly frequency.
• Most clients are able to notice benefits after a few sessions. If you have received four sessions within the past month and do not notice any benefit, you could try a different style of massage. We are all a little different after all.

How should I prepare for my session?
• We recommend not eating a super large meal right before.
• We do recommend using the restroom right before your session.