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Reflexology

The body has the ability to heal itself. Following illness, stress, injury or disease, the body is in a state of “imbalance” and vital body systems can be blocked, preventing the body from functioning optimally. Reflexology will stimulate glands, organs, and parts of the body that will improve nerve, blood, and lymphatic supply. Once the body is restored to homeostasis the body's own healng pro... Read More

The body has the ability to heal itself. Following illness, stress, injury or disease, the body is in a state of “imbalance” and vital body systems can be blocked, preventing the body from functioning optimally. Reflexology will stimulate glands, organs, and parts of the body that will improve nerve, blood, and lymphatic supply. Once the body is restored to homeostasis the body's own healng processes is activated. For each person, the application and the effect of the therapy are unique.


Cupping Therapy

Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This is a effective treatment to relieve muscle tension, reduce scar tissue, improve range of motion, improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.


Infrared Mat

Infrared Mat provides relief and speeds up repair and regeneration of muscles. Infrared technology regulates the immune, endocrine, lymphatic and nervous system. Infrared helps improve circulation and cardiovascular function; pain relief; increased metabolism; easing of joint pain and stiffness; stress and fatigue reduction and overall feeling of balance.


Muscle Energy Correction

Throughout life, your body is bombarded with traumas, big and small. Each time your body compensates: to avoid pain, absorb the force of impact, support poor posture, or work around a new movement limitation, it finds the path of least resistance. With each trauma, your body adapts....and adapts some more....layering compensation on top of the compensation, until it runs out of options. That... Read More

Throughout life, your body is bombarded with traumas, big and small. Each time your body compensates: to avoid pain, absorb the force of impact, support poor posture, or work around a new movement limitation, it finds the path of least resistance. With each trauma, your body adapts....and adapts some more....layering compensation on top of the compensation, until it runs out of options. That's when some version of the "single event" that brings people into our clinic happens. For example, You reach into the trunk of your car to lift a bag and your back "gives out". But it isn't the one stretch that's done you in, it's the accumulation of compensations. This final event is just your body saying, "Enough!" Over time, you incorporate the compensation into your overall pattern of movement.

What affects your fascia affects everything. Fascia is the connective tissue that runs throughout your body. It's a dense, elastic web that supports, connects and separates your bones, organs, muscles, nerves and blood vessels. It connects every single part of you with every other part of you. Your fascia plays an integral role in your healing process. Your fascia might for example, thicken and strengthen in one direction to increase support for an injured body part while lengthening in another direction to accommodate a new position. As it stretches or tightens, it affects all of the interconnected structures in its web. It can create lines of tension, put pressure on blood vessels and nerves, and force muscles to work in new ways. This is how trauma to one part of your body can result in pain or chronic irritation elsewhere. The fascia also acts as a shock absorber, when you fall, get hit, a car accident, it distributes the force of the impact throughout your body. An impact injury to one part of your body can cause a ripple effect throughout your fascia and the internal structures it connects, as the force is dispersed. The original injury may show up later as pain in another part of your body.

When structural stress is the source of pain, the ONLY way to alleviate the pain is to correct the structure.

Muscle Energy Correction involves contracting the muscle in one direction against a fixed resistance and then gently stretching it again in the opposite direction. Tensegrity is finding the lines of tension in your body for their source. The place you feel the pain isn't necessarily its source. Muscle Energy Correction addresses spinal alignment and brings about long-term stress relief and pain reduction.

The objective of Muscle Energy Correction (Onsen training) is structural and functional correction, pain relief and optimizing health. When you achieve balance, you will likely have less pain, It is safe to say, freedom from pain equals freedom of life.

Mona is a Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist and an expert practitioner with a Canadian University education holding her BSc in Medical Biochemistry 2010. Mona also has a strong background on pharmacology, immunology and the basis of diseases. With her extensive knowledge in Chinese Medicine, Meridian work, and Acupressure gate points, Mona is able to help patients on a therapeutic level.

Mona has been extending her research on natural health remedies from different countries including the use of essential oils, and plant-based herbal usage. Mona enjoys and values organic gardening, food fermentation and natural remedies to support the improvement of human health.

Mona is passionate about placing one’s health as her top priority through her knowledge in Clinical Therapeutic Reflexology. Mona previously worked alongside a Neurologist who specialized in headaches, migraines, and concussions. Together with their expertise, they helped patients alleviate physical symptoms. Mona feels strongly about collaborative care and a whole-body approach for optimal health. With her focus on the soles of the feet and the energy of the body, Mona has proven to be knowledgeable in her trade. She is careful to understand her patient’s respective medical histories and naturally adjusts, giving sensitive, science-based advice and getting her patient’s treatments done in a professional comfortable manner.

Mona was trained in the world’s leading reflexology institution – TouchPoint Denmark. She completed her Reflexology Training from the Reflexology Association of Canada in 2012 where she is proudly certified.

Mona is a Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist and an expert practitioner with a Canadian Un... Read More

Andy is a graduate of HCP Reflexology Insitute, Langley B.C. as well as Muscle Energy Correction thru Onsen Muscle Therapy training.

Andy believes in freedom of pain equals freedom of life. Andy’s healing philosophy is the human body is a magnificent machine; a well-tuned machine can run strong for a very long time with very few, and often manageable issues. After all, it is very difficult to enjoy life while living with unmanageable pain. Andy is passionate about helping clients improve their quality of life and becoming this well-tuned magnificent machine.

At a very young age, Andy lived in Hong Kong and trained in Chinese martial arts. It is Chinese tradition is that many martial arts masters are also therapists in a traditional Chinese method to treat trauma, sprains, and bruises known as Dit Da. Andy studied under the wings of a very knowledgeable master and learned his healing principles up until his family moved to Canada in 1994.

Andy had been a national and international level competitor (and mentalist) in Tae Kwon–do. With well over two decades of coaching experience, Andy understands pain, injuries, and the dreadful journey of rehabilitation. Andy understands the importance of a customized treatment plan is the very key to success when dealing with pain. and injuries, because we are all unique.

Your freedom awaits.

Andy is a graduate of HCP Reflexology Insitute, Langley B.C. as well as Muscle Energy Correction ... Read More

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