A medical intuitive is a healer who specializes in intuitively perceiving information about the human body. Such a healer can energetically read the organs, glands, tissues and various systems of the body. Medical intuitives work and perceive in an individualized manner. They are able to scan the body for areas of imbalance that may need alignment or treatment.
If it’s your first time at The Pomegranate Tree or you don’t get a massage very often, Swedish Massage is the perfect place to start.
Enjoy a massage by one of our award winning Registered Massage Therapists.
Touch is the first sense to develop in humans. It is essential to our health and well-being. Registered Massage Therapy benefits all age groups and individuals of different conditions. Many kids experience growing pains, injuries from sports, even stress. Stress is often stored as tension in the body.
Pregnancy massage is done by a Registered Massage Therapist.
A trained prenatal Registered Massage Therapist knows where a pregnant woman’s sore spots are likely to be and will be able to provide some relief in a non medical and non chemical way.
Paraffin wax treatments are a form of heat therapy. They’re often used for muscle, tendon and ligament ailments. Enjoy the relaxing and soothing benefits of this paraffin hand and foot treatment while in your Registered Massage Therapy Treatment. The heat of the paraffin wax is absorbed by the skin and thus opens the pores.
The Bowen Therapy Technique, a healing, often miraculous, life-changing hands-on therapy, is revolutionizing the healthcare world!
It is a simple and powerful technique that helps relieve all kinds of pain, it is so gentle that it can be used on anyone, from newborn infants to the elderly.
Baby Bowen is a series of extremely gentle yet highly effective moves that are made on your baby’s back and front. Baby Bowen is Bowen Technique for babies. Baby Bowen Therapy is extremely effective at relieving baby aches and pains and for treating any problems that your baby might be experiencing.
Acupuncture originated in China centuries ago. It is based on the belief that energy, referred to as “Qi” (pronounced “chee”), flows through a series of pathways along the body that are called “meridians”. Each meridian is associated with a different organ system. According to traditional Chinese medicine, it is the balance of the body’s organs that holds the key to health.