There are hundreds of thousands of impulses and energies running from every tissue and organ of the body that ends in the tips
of your fingers and toes, as well as the iris of your eyes! The Reading of the iris by a competent Iridologist is very accurate and,
with accompanying questions, can help determine weakness, toxins and deficiencies before any symptoms start to show.
Iridology is preferred by many because it is effective, yet non-invasive.
Acupuncture is a technique in which practitioners stimulate specific points on the body. Most often by inserting thin needles
and/or a cold laser through the skin. It is one of the practices used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Results from a number of studies suggest that acupuncture will help ease types of pain that are often chronic such as low-back pain,
neck pain, and osteoarthritis/knee pain. It also helps reduce the frequency of tension headaches and prevent migraine headaches, and can
help reduces stress and nerves.
Massage is a natural way to heal the body. Moves the blood around and gets our Lymphatic moving
all while moving the toxins out of your body, with a holistic view on modern medicine. With incorporating
hot and cold stones and essential oils, your massage is unique to your body and what you need.
Types of Massage Therapy
A relaxing approach to release toxins and improve circulation, all while helping the body move into a deeper mode of relaxation.
Deep Tissue Massage
Working out the knots and adhesions in the body with trigger point therapy.
A mixture of relaxing and trigger point therapy to help promote healing healing, improve mobility and circulation.
A massage technique that works on healing the body from the inside out, focusing on the head, shoulders,
hands, and feet.
A gentle pressure technique used to move the waste fluids away from the damaged area. Also helps promote healthy
circulation through the body.
Includes the structures of the central nervous system including the skull, the cranial sutures, the cerebrospinal fluid,
membranes of the brain and the vertebrae, spinal cord and the sacrum. Trauma anywhere in the body may impact the craniosacral
system, restricting normal movement and inhibiting the pulse of the fluids. Also helps release stress and tension!
Also known as Fire and Ice, a therapy used to help heal injuries 5X faster. The process of the heat, ice or both work
the muscles to heal and move out inflammation. You can choose to use just Hot Stones or Cold Stones!
New Mommas and Mommas-to-be still need to relax and take care of their bodies and babies! A relaxing massage to promote healthy
circulation to the mother and baby. Take care of your body after you have the baby because you will need to get everything back in
check and be able to relax again!
Can help with sleep, bowel issues, fussiness and more. Parents can also learn some techniques to do at home for the baby/child
to calm and relax them!
Oils are a great part of each massage as they not only help you get into a deeper relaxation, each blend is
customized just for your massage!
Contact us to schedule your massage today!
Dr. Melissa Robbins, ND
A Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, she believes the body has the ability to heal itself if provided the right nutrition and supplemental support;
she believes in healing mind, body, and soul.
Dr. Patti King, DC, MTAA
A true believer in Chinese Medicine, the east and the west come together with Dr. King. In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang
describes how opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world,
and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Dr. King uses this philosophy. She uses chiropractic and acupuncture
techniques and she understands the body's language as the body speaks to her. Dr. King works with all systems glandular, endocrine, digestive,
and much more!
Dr. Melvin McFarlin, MD
Independent Wellness and Health Practitioner and Healer. "Doc Mac" believes our bodies are complex machines.
We are integrated into our environment physically, spiritually, and mentally. Accordingly, health is a process of
maintaining our mental, physical, and spiritual balance with our environment.
Kelsey Mitchell, LMT
As a Licensed Massage Therapist, Kelsey has been working in massage therapy for over 3 years. She specializes in Deep Tissue
and Therapeutic massage, but also offers Swedish, Pre/Post Natal, Hot and Cold Stone massage, and many more! Kelsey makes
sure your massage experience is as unique as you are, and will leave your body feeling better than when you came in!
Jocelyn Polsgrove is a Certified Clinical Thermologist and a Certified Holistic Nutritionist with a B.S. from the University of Central Missouri.
She began studying natural healing strategies to address the specific needs of her family. BRAS Northland allows her to provide individuals with knowledge
so they can take a proactive role in their breast health and overall wellness.
Gale is a Licensed Massage Therapist and has been operating for over 8 years. She truly enjoys working with Health Care providers to achieve the optimal
outcome for each client. She has a passion to help each person that she encounters by improving their lymphatic system, increasing Range of Motion,
and direct focus on overall health and wellness. Her goal is to make you feel better in every way and to improve your daily life.
She is also trained and holds
certifications in Medical Massage, Lymphatic drainage, Cupping, Mu-Xing, Deep Tissue, Reiki Master, Lomi Lomi, detoxification wraps, Hot stone therapy and many more.
She is a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist for those in need of further health and wellness expertise. She looks forward to working with you to achieve your goals!
Julia Hladky, CLE
Certified Lactation Educator and specialist in Foot Reflexology
Dr. June Rogers, DC
Specialist in acupuncture