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“Breathe Easy Massageworks offers non-invasive injury recovery and wellness massage for revitalizing body and mind. It's a great joy and privilege to support the energy engineered by a person's inner resources, physical state, and conscience, as they respond to input and new proprioceptive awareness activated through their massage therapy treatments. Each massage therapy client is naturally unique and, therefore, unpredictable in her response to bodywork. Changes happen only with the client's willing approval. Because clients are active participants in the process, this positive and interactive approach allows change to be deeply integrated and easily assimilated.
“I am a massage therapist because I want to help people feel the best they can in their bodies. Whether it is to relieve stress or to reduce a chronic pain....I will do my very best to find the source of the pain and help reduce it. I work with my client's feedback so that I can work within their comfort zone for that session and get them to a place where they can feel a little better.
“My goal is to create the most effective, therapeutic bodywork session for you based on a thorough initial consultation and check-ins in subsequent sessions. We will discuss your history, needs, and concerns so that I can support you to improve and maintain your health and well-being: body, mind, and spirit. Bodywork sessions can provide relief for aches, pains, and injuries from a wide range of situations including general stress/tension, pregnancy, post-natal, athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and trauma recovery. I also address digestive complaints/disorders, depression/anxiety, the nervous system, headaches, and fibromyalgia.
“I am a family practice Doctor who uses natural treatments. I view my patients as people, not diseases and customize my treatment plans to the individual. I accomplish the majority of the healing process through lifestyle counseling including nutrition, therapeutic exercise, promoting quality sleep and stress management. Beyond lifestyle factors I use interventions that cooperate with the wisdom of the body and have minimal side effects, such as: plant medicines, supplemental nutrients, homeopathy, bio-identical hormone therapy, therapeutic vitamin injections and Cranio-sacral therapies. My ideal patients are willing to learn about their bodies and take responsibility for their health.
“My interest in acupuncture began in 1986 after I first received treatment. My positive experience led me to want to study the tradition and to offer it to others. The foundation of my practice is in Five-Element Acupuncture. Continuing education has led me to other treatment forms that work well with the Five-Element tradition. Since 2004 I have been certified as an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist working with addictions. Since 2006 I have been certified as a Zero Balancer. I use Dr. Tan's Balance method for pain relief. I enjoy working with both children and adults, and employ acupressure and non-insertive needle techniques for those who would prefer an option to working with the needles. My approach to treatment is to hold each patient in their wholeness, working from a place that sees human beings as an integral part of nature made up of complex relationships between their anatomy and physiology and their emotional and spiritual bodies. I listen and respond to the body's systems as uniquely expressed by each person to address imbalances and restore health and well-being. With improved balance in the body's systems, the quality of your life will be enhanced.
“I am a Licensed Acupuncturist in the state of Maine and have been practicing as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and a Primary Health Care Provider for the last 10 years in Florida. I provide holistic healthcare for the whole family through Chinese herbs, acupuncture and nutrition. I believe in working from a complementary and integrative healthcare model in order to best fulfill the needs of each patient. My practice philosophy is to provide exceptional, compassionate, and individualized healthcare.
“Apple Core focuses on using many techniques to better prolong the benefits of your session. We do thorough intakes in order to best understand what trouble areas you may have. Please, give us a call if you need help with a chronic issue, or if you just find yourself needing to relax.
“Stephanie is a Nationally Certified (NCCAOM) and Licensed Acupuncturist. She received her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture, one of the oldest acupuncture schools in the country. She is also a graduate of Boston University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. In addition, Stephanie has extensive training in Homeopathic Medicine, is a certified Craniosacral therapist and has studied Acupressure, Shiatsu, Hand and Foot Reflexology and Acu-Yoga at the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, California. Stephanie is a native of Maine and pleased to offer her services in the Portland area.
“I offer community style acupuncture at Life Ideals in Lewiston, ME. Community acupuncture is a way to expand the availability of acupuncture to more people. Patients meet individually with me at the initial appointment. Follow up treatments are in a group setting. This is much like how acupuncture is practiced in Asia. This style of acupuncture allows patients to relax with the needles as long as they need to. Many people stay 30-60 minutes, while some stay more than an hour. This practice is one of only a few community acupuncture clinics in the state.
“Melissa Roope is a Myofascial Release therapist trained by John F. Barnes. Myofascial release is a type of manual therapy that assists in relieving or eliminating pain in soft tissue. Melissa began her training in MFR in 1994, and is now an advanced practitioner.
“My individualized approach to acupuncture, Chinese herbs and Facial Rejuvenation is one of practitioner/patient collaboration which creates a gentle, attainable path to success. I work with each person to create a comfortable, supportive wellness plan that achieves the most effective results. I often integrate cupping, moxibustion, yoga, Tai-Chi, Qigong, dietary therapy and essential oils into treatments, allowing for a more holistic healing process. I work with people who have physical and/or emotional pain. This includes allergies, asthma, sinusitus, women's health, arthritis, auto-immune diseases, gastrointestinal issues, headaches, smoking cessation and insomnia.
“As a certified Maya Abdominal Therapist Iam able to relieve common female and male issues, digestion, and urinary complaints, low back aches, Varicose veins,tired, weak legs Improvement of overall health issues. This Ancient Maya technique connects the mind/body/spirit for overall wellness. This work is also appropriate for women with menstrual issues as well as pregnancy issues.
“If you are under constant STRESS and you are seeking relief from chronic PAIN such as Back Pain, Headaches, TMJ, Shoulder & Neck Pain, Arthritis, Hot Flashes, Sciatica, or Muscle Tension & Stiffness, then I can help. I offer a variety of massage types including Deep-tissue, Neuromuscular, Swedish, Circulatory, Sports, Lymphatic, and Gentle Therapeutic to specifically address these issues.
“Each posture tells a story and through energy work, stretching, and a wide variety of techniques, I hope to help you hear this story. I combine deep tissue manipulation with energetic awareness for a dynamic, empowering session. Massage can be a profoundly healing tool that not only feels great but teaches your body new ways of moving, breathing, and being.
“I have been licensed in Maine since 2/20/2002. I enjoy working with a variety of clients to improve neuromuscular function, reduce pain, and enhance relaxation and overall well being. I tailor every session to the specific needs of each client, moment to moment, day to day. I offer sessions as brief as a 30 minute spot treatment, as long as a two to three hour full body tune-up, and everything in between, depending on the needs of the client. I am available for on site table and seated massage within a twenty mile radius of Falmouth Foreside.
“My practice is in STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION, which involves looking at the body as a whole, and assessing which tissue restrictions are responsible for the presenting complaint. Often, an accident, illness, or surgery from long ago has caused compensations which over time become physical, structural restrictions causing pain, limited motion, and impaired function; often far removed from the original incident. Detailed anatomy knowledge, coupled with determining where to apply precise hands-on work, leads to permanent resolution of symptoms.
“I am a traveling massage therapist, bringing the benefits of massage into the comfort and convenience of your home and workplace. You can schedule an appointment for table or chair massage in your home, hotel, cottage, camp, or wherever you happen to be. Your workplace can sign up for ongoing chair massage. I also come to parties, showers and other gatherings. I have seen how massage can change a person's energy and outlook and I am grateful for the opportunity to bring it to you so you can savor your time without the hassle of driving.
“My intention is to provide a safe, nurturing and nourishing environment to assist you in your healing process, engaging your innate abilities to restore physical, emotional and spiritual health.
“I am currently on maternity leave from the end of June until mid-August. In the future, I look forward to working with you towards your health and wellness goals, whether it be for injury treatment or deep tissue therapy, headache and migraine relief, relaxation or balancing the body, mind and spirit. Together we will assess your needs and create individualized sessions to promote your well-being.
How to tell if Natural Health is right for me?
Maine (ME) Health Professionals have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.
Complementary and alternative health, natural health or holistic health is a non-medical path to well-being. It sees the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life as closely interconnected and balanced. Advocates typically use a wide variety of alternative practices, the most common of which include: Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Massage Therapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, and Physical Therapy.
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