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  • centers
  • Through her teaching and writing, the therapy gre I popularity, particularly among nurses, and is now practiced at hospitals and health centers all around the world. (unh.edu)
  • First, the practitioner centers him or herself in order to relax and focus on the therapy. (unh.edu)
  • stress
  • While little in the way of scientific research exists on Therapeutic Touch, studies carried out by practitioners show that the therapy maybe useful for treating stress-related conditions, boosting the immune system, relieving pain, healing wounds and increasing the ability of red blood cells to carry oxygen to through the body. (unh.edu)
  • clinical
  • The goal of this research was to provide insight into the full range of meaningful outcomes experienced by patients who participate in clinical trials of [CAM] therapies," according to a report published on www.pubmed.gov . (massagemag.com)
  • Body
  • Here's how it works: A craniosacral therapist applies a very light touch (no heavier than the weight of a nickel) to parts of your body to "feel" the flow of the fluid within you, gently encouraging movement in certain directions. (timesunion.com)
  • gentle
  • This is an extremely gentle form of physical therapy which aims to readjust any misalignments of the bones of the head (cranium), vertebrae (spine) or bottom of the spine (sacrum). (therapywales.co.uk)
  • The Bowen technique is a gentle, relaxing therapy in which the therapist applies a series of light movements with their thumbs or fingers over different parts of the. (nelsonsnaturalworld.com)
  • offers
  • We know of no other sound healing training which offers the level of in depth and comprehensive experiential and cognitive preparation, for competency in becoming a qualified and effective therapist in the field of intentional sound. (thecenteroflight.net)