Massage Therapy


Body Sculpturing

Body Sculpturing is a very precise form of medical massage treatment, developed by the Canadian Natural Health and Healing Centre. It is used in treating muscle, tendon, ligament. It is remarkably effective for skeletal structures that lie deep within the body and cannot be reached with the fingers in regular massage. It is done transversely on muscle fibers and has no relationship to relaxation massage.

Body Sculpturing works by breaking down scar tissue and crystallization, restoring proper muscle balance. Body Sculpturing increases the blood circulation to injured areas that have decreased blood supply. It accomplishes this through controlled manual manipulation.

Foot Sculpturing

This technique has a similar effect on the feet as Reflexology but is much more powerful. Foot Sculpturing is the most powerful technique for correcting chronic muscle disorders, circulation problems and restoring the proper balance. This technique will make an impact on any disorder.

All nerves and arteries end up in the feet. By doing this technique we wake up the whole body reflexively stimulating all the organs and body systems.
Just like reflexology, foot sculpturing works the relfex points through the foot but also works on the musculature of the foot; every muscle of the foot is relaxed, the foot is spread out.

Due to improper diet, lack of exercise and continual presence of gravity, crystallization may form in the feet, cutting off proper circulation reflexively, and slowing down the flow of blood and energy to any part of the body. These crystals are made of uric acid, which is a by-product from your metabolism, and lactic acid, a by-product from muscle contraction. Between the two they can cement your feet together. Also by breaking up the crystallization you help the feet return to a more natural shape and this in turn will affect the bone structure from head to toe, realigning and reshaping the body to create proper balance. The feet are the foundation of the body.

Facial Sculpturing

To understand how this procedure works, it’s important that you know something about the makeup of the skin. Your outer skin is made up of several layers, called epidermis. It’s the outer surface that becomes rough and wrinkled mainly due to the decreased circulation caused by lactic acid and uric acid crystallization in the deeper layers causing adhesions which cause a breaking down of muscle fibers.
The by-product of muscle contraction is lactic acid and the by-product of metabolism is uric acid. These two by-products will crystallize in the tendons, ligaments and deeper muscles in the dermis, causing a build-up of waste products which result in a decrease of oxygen and nutrition in the deeper structures. Decreased circulation causes scar tissue to form. To increase circulation in the superficial muscles, we must remove the crystallization and scar tissue in the deeper layers before the elasticity structures returns, thus preventing premature aging. Have you ever noticed that the deeper muscles are too tight and the superficial ones are too loose?

By using transverse manipulation on the origin and insertion of the deeper tendons and ligaments we can release the whole muscle bundle. The origin and insertion is where the tendon or ligament attaches onto the bone.

The surface of the skin can only reflect the structures supporting it and creating it. In this advanced Body Work Therapy we penetrate the deep tissue layers of the face to restore natural tone and contour. In regular practices, this approach is never taken (light work is usually done). Dormant cells deep in your skin are also stimulated during this remarkable process. They become renewed and bring a new radiance to the skin’s outer surface. Your skin will look fresh, glowing and healthy.

Facial Sculpturing helps against:

  1. Degeneration of dermis which is the root of facial deterioration
  2. Migraines
  3. Sinusitis
  4. Facial tension
  5. Temple Mandibular Joint problems
  6. Eye strain
  7. Acne
  8. Scar tissue and surface acne scars
  9. Trigeminal Neuralgia
  10. Age spots-Uneven complexion
  11. Wrinkles, frown and worry lines.
  12. Throat problems
  13. Creases and sagging skin