Southshore Massage & Reflexology

Aberdeen Washington

Practitioners

February 16th, 2016

 

Carolyn Wescott, Certified Reflexologist
360-470-3006

Carolyn is a Certified Reflexologist who received her training from the International School of Reflexology and Meridian Therapy in Olympia, WA.

Carolyn has been in practice since September of 2007 using a skill that stimulates the lymphatic, nerve and blood circulation throughout the whole body through the feet. The gentle art of reflexology can aid the body to balance and heal itself and is very relaxing.

There are 7,200 nerve endings located in each foot. Those nerves make up specific areas called reflex points (reflexology). By stimulating or “reflexing” these nerves a message is sent through the nervous system to the brain, allowing more oxygen and blood flow to the cells of the body. This helps break up congestion in the body’s nervous system stimulating the body’s natural healing process.

Carolyn lives with her family in Elma and has been a guest speaker at many local events on the subjects of health, nutrition and natural healing.

 

 

Peter Spotts – Bowen Technique, Tensegrity Medicine, and Massage Therapy
360.280.6633

Peter Spotts is a licensed massage practitioner specializing in pain relief, injury treatment, and release of chronic conditions using a variety of integrated approaches to help your body heal:

Bowen Technique: Developed by Tom Bowen in the 1970s, the Bowen Technique, or Bowenwork, is a gentle, noninvasive approach that utilizes specific cross-fiber moves across muscles and nerves.  The moves stimulate the body’s healing response.  The practitioner may leave the room periodically, giving the body more of a chance to “reset.” Bowenwork can be done through light clothing, and in whatever positions are most comfortable for the client.

Massage:  relaxation, deep tissue, and injury treatment.

Tensegrity Medicine: Tensegrity Medicine is an approach that ties everything together.  By viewing the body as a whole system where every part affects the others, we perform postural analysis and myofascial length testing to determine what parts are the most restricted.  We then use cross-fiber release, ligament stimulation, or other techniques to allow the body to reorganize.  Learning to notice and be aware of our changing relationship with gravity is one of the aspects that helps Tensegrity Medicine to stimulate lasting healing responses.

 

 

 

Southshore Massage & Reflexology

Aberdeen Washington