Lisa's Energy Medicine & Massage
Intro to Energy Healing
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Why Raynor Massage?
Raynor deep tissue massage is different from other massage techniques. Not only does it focus on the muscular system, as you would expect, but it also benefits the skeletal system and subtle energy systems of the body. It was developed by Brandon Raynor, a Canadian now living in Australia and he has incorporated different techniques from a variety of Eastern and Western modalities to really deliver a fantastic experience to his clients.
The massage itself is not performed as a routine as every one of us is different in our needs, but as a practitioner we look to find and remove tension wherever it presents itself in the body.
What can you expect?
Because we are working at a deep level in the body tissues, the massage can feel slightly uncomfortable at times, but as your practitioner I work with you to understand your level of comfort during the session – after all this is your time!
At times an emotional release can also occur as tension can be caused by repressed emotion. This is not unusual and will pass. Stored toxins can also be released leaving you feeling drained or shaky. As the body works to eliminate them from your system, you will start to feel great!
Despite sounding like things we would like to avoid, all of these outcomes are really positive effects of the massage and will mean you are likely to feel a real sense of deep relaxation (“re” meaning to bring back and “lax” meaning to loosen).
What are the benefits?
A Raynor deep tissue massage aims to remove the deepest layers of tension and stress which can be caused by deep physical or emotional imbalances from the past. It works with the muscles, bones and blood supply and uses acupressure points to unblock the flow of chi in the body to help alleviate pain and return the body to a state of centredness.
What conditions can it help with?
Raynor deep tissue massage can help with a range of problems including:
muscle aches and pains
lower back pain
stress and tension
injuries and strains