Sol(e)utions

Reiki

Reiki in Japanese means universal life force. In Japan, it is believed this energy is channelled by the practitioner to the client by a gentle laying on of hands. The client then uses this energy for healing mind body and spirit.
Reiki is a safe, gentle non-intrusive hands-on healing technique that may accelerate physical healing, balance the emotions and encourage positive spiritual and physical change. Reiki may also work to build immunity in the body to prevent illness and fatigue or stress.

Karuna Reiki

Karuna is a Sanskrit word and is used in Hinduism, Buddhism and Zen. It is translated to mean any action that is taken to diminish the suffering of others and could also be translated as "compassionate action".
Karuna Reiki evolved out of Usui and Tibetan Reiki from a desire and a knowingness that there is always something greater to be uncovered. No matter how wonderful something is there can always the next step, the next lesson, the next development.

Traditional Thai Foot Massage

Experience the soothing and stimulating benefits of Traditional Thai Foot Massage.
Soft ambient lighting and gentle music create a calming atmosphere.
Treatment starts with a soothing foot bath, warm water, essential oils and Himalayan pink mineral salt.
A stimulating massage of feet and legs follows. Gentle strokes and pressure applied to energy lines in the legs and reflex points in the feet.
Finishing with a delicious herbal tea.
Traditional Thai Foot Massage
Experience the soothing and stimulating benefits of Traditional Thai Foot Massage.
Soft ambient lighting and gentle music create a calming atmosphere.
Treatment starts with a soothing foot bath, warm water, essential oils and Himalayan pink mineral salt.
A stimulating massage of feet and legs follows. Gentle strokes and pressure applied to energy lines in the legs and reflex points in the feet.
Finishing with a delicious herbal tea.

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